On the south of Candi Pari located Candi Sumur (Well Temple), that got its name for a dry well inside the temple. This temple is badly damaged only half of the wall left. As the location that are nearby, probably candi Sumur and Pari are located in a complex as there is no temple that stand alone.
Differs than Dutch founding, folkloresaid that the temple was built as symbol of fertility of the local village as paddy or pari producer to tribute to Majapahit King. And Candi Sumur is the source of water for paddy field irrigation. Before delivering the crop to Majapahit, the crop was collected in a region approximately 1 km south of Candi Pari, called Candi Pamotan.