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Kelaniya Rajamaha Viharaya
Ancient

Kelaniya Rajamaha Viharaya

Kelaniya Rajamaha Viharaya Kelaniya is an ancient city located on the banks of the Kalyani River or the Kelani River, marking a significant milestone in the history of Sri Lanka. The history of Kelaniya dates back to the 6th century BC and it is said that the third visit of the Buddha to Ceylon took place at the invitation of …

Devanagala Rajamaha Viharaya
Ancient Sceneric

Devanagala Rajamaha Viharaya

Historic Devanagala Rajamaha Viharaya Devanagala Raja Maha Viharaya is an ancient cave temple located in the Mawanella area in the Kegalle District. The Devanagala Kovil is believed to have been built during the reign of King Parakramabahu the Great (1153-1186) of the Polonnaruwa Kingdom. The temple was first built by King Watagamini Abaya, also known as King Walagamba (89-77 BC). …

Kaludiya Pond
Ancient Sceneric

Kaludiya Pond

Kaludiya Pond (Kaludiya pokuna) This is one of the famous ponds in Mihintale. It is believed that the Buddha Kakrama Thera had come under a tree in the vicinity of the Black Pond one day. Some legends about the Kaludiya Pond in Mihintale are said to be about one hundred and seventy feet or so in depth. It is also …

Polonnaruwa Gal Viharaya,places to visit in polonnaruwa
Ancient

Polonnaruwa Gal Viharaya

Polonnaruwa Gal Viharaya – It is no secret that the Hela artist has been specializing in Buddha statues to bring light to the hearts of the people. This is evident when we observe ancient statues and statues scattered throughout Sri Lanka. Various reports and books show that not only us but also foreigners have been impressed by the creations of …

Saman devalaya
Ancient

Saman Devalaya

Saman Devalaya – This place of worship is committed to God Maha Sumana Saman, one of the four gatekeeper divinities of the island. God Sumana Saman was available when Lord Buddha visited the island for the subsequent time. God Saman is recorded as having met the Buddha on the last’s first visit to the island when he visited Mahiyangana to …

Aluvihare
Ancient

Aluviharaya

Aluviharaya – Gotten from the Sinhala word ‘Aloka Viharaya’ giving the significance as ‘Lit Temple’, Alu Viharaya/Aluwihare Cave Temple is a landmark in the Matale region and is of basic significance to Buddhists in Sri Lanka. Thripitakaya which contains the teaching of Lord Buddha was resolved to write right now. The substance was passed from age to another by listening …

Dalada Perahera
Ancient

Dalada Perahera Festival

The Dalada Perahera –  is one of the most traditional and traditional festivals in Sri Lanka. This festival is organized by the Dalada Maligawa and the Asgiriya / Malwathu Maha Viharaya. The most popular part of the Esala Festival is the Randoli Perahera. This festival has become a unique symbol of Sri Lanka. This is a Buddhist festival consisting of …

Dambulla Viharaya
Ancient

Dambulla Rajamaha Viharaya

Dambulla Rajamaha Viharaya – Dambulla Cave Temple otherwise called The Golden Temple is a hallowed and significant Buddhist sanctuary that is situated in Dambulla, Sri Lanka. This imperial stone sanctuary is a world legacy site (1991) arranged in the Central piece of the nation. This sanctuary principally comprises five separate caverns contain around 150 Buddha statues and rock works of …

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