Indonesia's national disaster agency has the official figure at 131 following the 7.0 magnitude quake which struck the north of the island - and also caused fatalities in neighbouring Bali.
This video shows hundreds of people being evacuated from the Gili Islands, an archipelago near northwest Lombok, on Monday, August 6, after the quake.
Officials said the quake's epicenter was on land and so there was no risk of a tsunami.
It is the third big quake to hit Lombok in little over a week.
Another major tremor rocked the island on Thursday and left frightened survivors of Sunday's quake pouring onto the streets as buildings collapsed. That number is set to rise as more victims are found in the rubble and pulled from collapsed buildings.More news: New Barca signing Vidal determined to win three Champions Leagues
Journalists reporting on the aftermath of the fatal natural disaster saw people running into the streets in panic.
Rescue teams search for victims in the rubble caused by an quake at a mosque in North Lombok, Indonesia.
Emergency workers are gradually starting to reach more remote areas of Lombok as they continue their rescue missions.
The military said it sent five planes carrying food, medicine, blankets, field tents and water tankers.
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"Her son managed to get out from the house when the quake hit but the grandmother and grandson were left behind", said a relative Nani Wijayanti. "The grandson tried to help the grandmother to get out but he pushed too hard", she said.
Indonesia is prone to earthquakes because it lies on the Ring of Fire - the line of frequent quakes and volcanic eruptions that circles virtually the entire Pacific rim.
Authorities said all the tourists who wanted to be evacuated from three outlying vacation islands due to power blackouts and damage to hotels had left by boat, some 5,000 people in all. An estimated 230,000 people died after a magnitude 9.1 natural disaster triggered a tsunami off the coast of Sumatra in December 2004.
Hundreds of bloodied and bandaged victims have been treated outside damaged hospitals in the island's main city of Mataram and other badly affected areas.More news: Arsenal chief Burgess: No pushback from players over Emery's new training methods