Historical details of the Solosmasthana [Part 3]

By | September 5, 2017

The seventh place is named in Solosmasthana is Muthiyangana Maha Se-rawn. However, it is unlikely that the stories of the stories will be more detailed.

Solosmasthana Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya

Credit: Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya – Badulla. Pic by Nuwan Gunawardana.


This place is situated in Badulla town in the Badulla District of the Uva Province. The Mahawamsa does not talk about this. It’s the same in the Bodhi Seed. Muthiyangana is also not mentioned in the relic form. But these are more ancient than Samantha despotic books. Sambuddha had three times in her lifetime. The third time was filled with a thirty-five thresholds and the Chapada, the Chapaya of Thuparamaya, the Maha Bodhi Confederation, the Muthiyangana, the Dhirigapani Chapel and the Kalyaneti Chapel.

Accordingly, the Muthiyangana is also located in the place where the Most Reverend can be identified as a place where the atmosphere is well maintained. It is said that the area was inhabited as it was coming to this place in the 3rd place of the village of the Sambuddha. Muthiyangana was situated in front of the Yakkha tribe and was blessed with sacred place.

When we look at the history of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, we are assessing the value of a temple and the Chaithya Bodhsahana Vihara Mandiraya as well as their specialties. If the roots of the roses are planted according to the veneration of the Viharaya, the sacredness of that sacred place will increase. The historical value also increases.

It is said that a Ruhunu Bo tree was planted in the Muthiyangana Sacred place on the throne of the Sri Maha Bodhi. There are only thirty two such places among the vast majority of temples in Sri Lanka.


Ramila Jayawardhena Photography

Ruhunu Bodhi tree has been planted in several places in Sri Lanka with the intention of spreading the Buddhist attitudes of Buddhism throughout the island. It was expected to spread Buddhism. A state-of-the-art cozy area was selected and the state sponsored it.

Accordingly, the Muthiyangana Maha Seya was built by Ven. Devanampiya Tissa of the sacred relics during the third century BCE, according to the Chronicles of Nepovisi. Later, King Jettathissa enlarged the building and bundled it. Later, the temple was destroyed by the destruction of enemy invasions. It was also mentioned that it was repaired by Rajasinghe II.

According to the legend, the Muthiyangana sacred area is believed to be a place where the Arahant was occupied. Muthiyangana Rajamaha Viharaya is one of Sri Lanka’s sacred places of worship, due to Buddhist history and its connection. This is second only to Mahiyanganaya in the Uva province. The historic Muthiyangana Maha Sena is set in motion to bring the countryside surrounded by a sidewalk with the beautiful environment of the lagoon.

Solosmasthana Thissamaharamaya Temple

Click By: Tharindu Gayashan Liyanage

Tissamaharama Temple

The Tasamaharama monk says that I worship the Tissamaharas as a complete moon and worship the Tissamaharama Chaithya built by King Kavantissa. ”

The Tissamaharama is a place where the Lord Buddha visited Sri Lanka for the third time.

According to the 2500 Jayanthi History compiled for the 2500 Buddha Jayanthi, there are ‘Tissa Maha Vihara’, but the great location is difficult to understand.

Relucting this place which does not have a significant text in the Mahavamsa. It is stated that the king Kavantissa had kept his name and made two Tissa Vihara as one of Magama and Seruwila. It is there that the Buddha is more than that. The Jayanthi history further states:

‘It is said that the Buddha is far superior to the Seruwila, which is said to relate to the Relic of the Relics of Tissamaharaya, which contains the relics of the Seruwila Mangala Chaithya.’


Credit: Roads Less Travelled Sri Lanka

‘It was then there. By the Countess. Their ruler is “Sumana,” a Nak son. Bodhivanesa says that the results of the Naina Wilgammare which is located near Seruwila are in Ruhaha Bodhi. It also confirms that it was in it. Buddha Paribo. It is believed that the Chaityth of the Nain, which was the place of worship, was made for the Buddha, King Kavan Tissa developed it and that it was the great place Tissa Maha Vihara, which was Tissa monastery.

However, today we are traditionally located at Tissamaharama in the Rathugama Sanctuary, Tissamaharamaya.

This temple was built by king Kavantissa who reigned Ruhunu Magampura in 2nd century BC. Mahanagalle Yatalatissala Gotabhaya and the kings of Ruhuna who were in charge of the sacred relics of Lord Buddha had worshiped the sacred relics and later the king Kavan Tissa surrounded the relic and used it to name the Tissa Mahasaha temple. King Jetatissa sacrificed the lands for vihara. Also, king of Wasabha and the child, King Mihindu, have sacrificed paddy for maintenance in Tissamaharama.

After the eighth century poisoning, this has been repaired in the 17th and 18th centuries.

It is also said that during the Kandy era, King Sri Weera Parakrama Narendrasinghe was preserved at Tissa Viharaya.

Vibanga Commentahe also notes that during the reign of King Walagamba, there was a considerable amount of grain stored in moths in Wall Street. It can be assumed that he was a great Pirivena for the Silepassa Pirivena monks who belonged to the Thissa Viharaya. According to the chronicles, there were 12000 Theros by the great famine.

The introduction of the MahasuSara Maha Seya or Ruwanweli Mahasaya in the Tissamaharama Chaithya of Ruhunupura is a well-known fact that this is a sacred place in our motherland as a sacred Buddhist center. The Tissa Great Stupa which gleamed like a crown in the midst of the fields of Tissa, It is a delightful scene that adds to the environment.

In speaking of the belfry, it is not possible to draw any definite account of certain places. If archaeologists of the archaeologists are deeply involved in archeological factors, they may fail in many places. But these traditionally sacred places today have become today a place where we worship for some centuries our traditions and practices.

Such great monotonous stupas will not be built when they come to fetch. True, in the presence of such great architects, it is true that those who are growing up in the comfort of their minds are comforted for a moment. Even in Serugiriya, even in Tissamaharama, if our minds are concentrated in Samadhi, in the presence of these kingdoms, we can not create a problem if this great bright light is spreading out of the corner. They are made in white in our chests, as the monuments of our culture associated with our culture that can never be removed or removed. That is why this great souvenir Buddhist heritage must be preserved through life.

Solosmasthana : Jaya Sri Maha bodhiya

Jaya Sri Maha bodhiya

Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi

The sacred Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi which added a new chapter to the Sri Lankan Buddhist history was a special sign of our cultural re-awakening. It is also one of the sacred Atamasthana dedicated to the blessed Buddhist people and the worship of the Buddhist people.

On the day of giving the Mahamewna Uyana to the Maha Sangha, the Devalipiyatissa thero presented a Saman Blossom to the Arahant Mahinda Thero. He transformed the eight places where the blossom was sprayed on each side of the blossom, and became eight sacred places.

The Atamasthana is the sacred place of the Enlightenment in the Kalakarachchi, Kashyapa and Gautama, in the valley, sacred and sacred places. At one of its places in this place, the sacred place was situated in the purest place where the sacred sections were planted by the sacred Bodhi trees, which were given to the Buddha by the treasures of the Sacred Kapusara and Kashyapa. The chronicles say that the Sri Maha Bodhi-Tree Section was planted by the Gautama Buddha in that sacred area.

Today it is the most venerated work in Mahamevnawa park in the Mahavihara Viharaya sacred to Mahindo The word ‘Buddha’ means understanding the true knowledge of truth and knowledge by seeing the proper form of the unarmed and the most complex and unevenly harmonious cycle of salsas. In the immediate aftermath of the great Feast of the Lord Buddha, the Lord Buddha has been silent for the sake of coming to the sacred place of the Lord Buddha, near the ravine of Azathudu, which was situated in the beautiful Neranjanam on the Gaya Hill. At the same time, the acetal tree was transformed into the tree of Buddhism.

Solosmasthana :  jaya Sri maha bodhi.

Owned By: budhu dahamin jeevithaya jaya ganna

The tree of the Buddha, or the tree of the bean tree, was worshiped and worshiped by the name of the Sri Maha Bodhi with the very point of the world’s Buddhists. Arahant Mahinda Thero introduced the Buddha Dhamma to the Lankadeepa. According to the request of the Rajatha, Buddha Sri Krishna 237 Uduwap ​​Poya day with the dambadi dagliappi sangamitta Sanghamitta manhattan meets the great branch of the Sri Maha Bodhi to the Dambakola Patuna ship to our motherland. Sri Lanka is the land of the Sri Maha Bodhi in the Sacred Bo tree and it is now preserved in the pure state of the year 2319. The oldest tree of the world with a testamentary catapult is the most important thing in the entire history of the world.

The whole earth was exhilarating in the event that the Sri Maha Bodhi was in the most gigantic space on this pale ground, and expressed in the Mahavamsa and the chronicles. Squatting is the sign that the Supreme Court has welcomed that supreme object to this Supreme Council. When the devotee saw that same vision, the devotee, in honor of it, paid tribute to him and sacrificed this state of the Sri Maha Bodhi.

Solosmasthana - Mirisawatiya Temple

Mirisawatiya Temple – Clicked By Lankawe Api

Mirisawatiya Temple

King Dutugemunu who unified the state of Ceylon was a magnificent among the dynasty rulers of the dynasty. The poet says that this great woman is a mother of the World Ward. King Dutugemunu according to Mahavamsa and poojaya: BCE. 161-137- It is said that ninety viharas have been carried out during their 24-year reign.

This is a unique monument built by the Mirisawetiya Chaitya. Mirisaweti Chaithya is one of the sacred places in Anuradhapura and is situated close to Sri Maha Bo-tree.

It was almost three years since the inmates of the Srilan who had come under the purview of the Jathika Peramuna were able to complete the temple which was started seven days later by King Dutugemunu, who united the motherland. It is only about 385 years in Buddha’s life.

The king did not consume anything as promised at the time of his childhood. But the chirping horses were not forgotten before the monks before them: This could be chili curry – according to the history books, the king was able to compensate the punishment imposed by his own conscience for eating.

Dutugemunu Rajbhabbath seven days later, the king, with his relics, had his Kunthathudaya (Jayauntha) and came to Anuradhapura to the aquatic parade to give water for water. It is said that the lycanthropy was directly placed in the vicinity and after the watering after the watering, it was said that the Parakara Shurai Jay Wont Knuckle Wadumawah “could not be lifted or shaken. This is a miracle. After gathering invasions from the gathered armies, the kunthathudaya remained there and built a stupa around it. It also paid compensation for the previous mistake. That is the price of the sterling moscow.

In the chronicles, it has been stated that the sacred tooth called “Mirraswatiya” had been sacrificed in the midst of a massive sacerdevation performed in the sacred place of Dambadiv, our motherland, a place of Bhikkhus and ninety thousand Bhikkhu who came to our Motherland.

Solosmasthana - Mirisawatiya

Credit – Atamasthanaya

It is said that besides donations and extraordinary items, this was spent on the alms giving. The first form is semi circular. There is a rectangular fort and a temple, and the vestibule and the Kotith Rebellion have been added to the Chaityia later. Vogharathissa: The year 757 – the syllabus was here and the first Gajabahu: From 112 – 134 – many kings have been patronized for the development and repair of the Chaithya. Maha Parakramabahu the Great, who later demolished the invaders of Siyo: C. The. 1153-1186- 80 cubits: it is 120 feet high.

The evidence indicates that the first form of the stupa which was decorated with the most beautiful artefacts, wreaths, was destroyed in the ensuing catastrophe and repair. Henry Parker’s description states that this was wild in 1873 AD.

In 1885, At Sirisam in 1888, a donation of 1000 pounds was made: 1883 – 1890 – the stupa was rebuilt during the governor’s time. Walisinghe Harishchandra’s ‘Maps of Archeology’ states that ‘the reforms made by European thinkers could not be completed satisfactorily’.

In recent years, the Department of Archeology renovated the stupa, but in 1987 it broke into chaff and burst out loud. The height of the present type of stupa is 192 feet. The diameter is 141 feet.

This is the first stupa of Dutugemunu the Great. This is another sacred object of the Atamasthana. This is what contributed to the humble nature of a powerful man who paid for a chick penny. This is the monument that was converted to the merit of victory of the victorious powers. Today the message of the value of the eternal goods that prevails over the archaeological value of the Mirisaveti built does not change today, but still today is still communicating.

Solosmasthana : Swarnamali Maha Saya

Credit: Dilan Anuradha Basnayaka :: Swarnamali Maha Saya

Swarnamali Maha Saya

We were able to spread the temple more intensely after receiving the blessings of the Motherland in the wake of the Sambuddha Dhamma.

This great stupa of the lackey has become the stupa of the Ruwanweli Maha Chhatathi, which is also the most important stupa in the crown. There is no debate or debate about whether it has become the main Chaitya or the Great stupa in Sri Lanka.

The Ruwanweli Maha Seya in the book ‘Stupa’ in Sri Lanka can be made to sense its significance.

The Ruwanweli Chaithya is overtaken by two stupas which are situated in Anuradhapura later. But the respect of the Ruwanwelisee who is bound to the name of the One who made the name of the Ruwanwelisaya and due to various reasons, it is the acceptance of the Sinhalese Buddhists that this stupa is among the stupas of Sri Lanka.

The Ruwanwelisaya was constructed by King Dutugemunu who was commemorated today as a great reputation of our Mahavamsa. : C. Prior 161 – 137 – This stupa is in the cradle of the sacred Anuradhapura area of ​​Mahamevnawa. If not to cut the horn of the mossed ground, then the thugs would have to be torn down. It is believed that this great stupa was named as Swarnamali Maha Seya or Ruwanweli Maha Seya in recognition of the donation done by the goddess Swarnamali. It is also believed that Ruwanweluwa was named after Ruwanweluwa.

According to the Mahavamsa, this ground has become sacred due to the Enlightenment of the Buddha and the Buddha.

At the time, the Thrift Thousand presented the Venetian Ven. The king said that the earth had been shocked by the swallowing of this clean ground and that the reason for the shock of the earth was disturbing. The thera said that a great grandson of the great Rajpandana built this stupa in this place. In the Mahavamsa it was mentioned that a copy of the same was published on the Ruwanweliseya place of worship.

King Dutugemunu who was in the kingdom of the Buddha in 382 said that the place had been built there. The foundation of this great stupa was dug up by a mere seven cubic feet and the lime trees were dug up by giants and trampled with elephants, which were covered with cones. Curly curtains brought by Muruth Shanthip Clay: A very delicate clay, which is stopped, was spread over it and covered with bricks. The sacred karal on the loaves, and the karuvida rocks on the karagal, and the eggs on it. : Iron nets – novels Himalaya smelting from the Himalayas: another species of special stone – crystalline stones on top of it, and then the flavors of the layer flushed with water: Zeus-glue – about 8 inches of metal and tinned golden ring A 7-inch thick silver film was created. This was brought up in the Mahavamsa’s note. Also, the clay for the construction of the dagoba was made of leprosy and gnawed from the kite and removed the germ.

To determine the model of the great stupa is also a story that brings honor. The designer filled the golden tile with water and poured some water from it. Then he appeared as a semicircular shaped sculpture. The king liked to build the stupa in the same shape. The supervision of the construction work had been carried out by the patriarch Ayurvedic Therapists. The most sacred relics of Buddha have been found in this day. According to the Mahavamsa, a sacred relic: This can roughly be a thousand thousand-four lashes-hidden in the form of the Dagoba.

Attha Speaks point out that all the ordained relics of a world catastrophe have been rallied with rituals of the Ruwanweli Maha Seya.

King Dutugemunu was unable to complete the great stupa. The final stage of this chaity industry was completed during the reign of Saddhathissa. The eeva-around the stupa was built during the reign of Saddatissa. Its length is 475 feet. The width is 477 feet. The height of the wall is about 9 feet.

Thereafter, renovations were carried out under various kings, and the last dashed stupa was built by King Parakramabahu I. : C. The. 1153 – 1186- Later, the Ruwanweli Maha Stupa collapsed and fell into decay.

In 1873, the monk Sumanasara started the renovation of the chaitya. In the midst of the great difficulties, the house of the Sumanasara Thera was a heavy meat stall. The towel was stitched in 1940. Walisinghe Harishchandra deposed in 1912. The archaeological archeology says that this majesty’s height is 155 feet. 500 square meters in the Chaithya courtyard. It is 480 feet wide.

By the year 1873, Sir William Gregory, who led the post of Governor of the Late Eye on the eve of this stupa, wrote a letter to the Government of England on February 15, 1876. “I came to the Ruwanweli Dagabon … I was impressed by the work done by Sumanasara and the great work done by Naranew … This dagge is a magnificent result of the ancient Ancient Sinhalese and a sign of remembrance of the great king of the royal palace”.

Are not the Ruwanweli greatest creation of the high casket put on the head of this Dhamma island?

Solosmasthana : Thuparamaya Chaithya

Thuparamaya Chaithya Clicked By Buddhist temples

Thuparama Chaithya

Mahindra Mahodara, Lord of the Universe. In the full moon of the year 236, on the second day of the Pulp Day, the Buddha visited the second and said that the Sambuddha Relics should be re-invented and Jambadeniya should be able to grow.

When our great sibling is like the living Buddha, when the Buddha is worshiped in the sacred relics, this is why the Most Ven. This was a big problem for Narendra. It is necessary to remedy this. It is imperative for the sacred relics to be brought to perfection of this piy Sathudaya in perfection of Sri Lanka. It is also necessary that the Lord of the greatness retain this sanctimony in the world of Mine.

Sumana is the nominee for the sacred mission of sacrificing the sacred relics. Shat Arahant Punchi Sumana Thera was an excellent asset to this cause.

The Most Blessed Mother He delivered the right hand of the Buddha’s right hand from the Silumina Seya to the holy land Mihintale to the Holy Land and then to Anuradhapura in Mahavamna. In subsequent times, a container of relic was placed on the envelope of an eagle and was taken to the Sapiriwara Pere Perahera. The elephant who came to the Mahamewna Uyana was stopped by a cramped plot of land.

It is a cozy plot of land where the previous mushri relics were buried in this valley. The elephant did not allow the casket to be laid on the ground.

With knowledge of the cause, he brought down clay pots from the Abu Tank near the royal court and made a mound to the height of the elephant’s armband. He was taken to the southern gate of the southern gate. At the same time, they made the requisite bricks. Bricks are surrounded by bricks. It took several days to build the Chaitya. Now everything is ready for the rituals of the Relics.

In the midst of the crowd that is drawn from the four sides, the relics rises from the jungle in the sky. At the moment, the relic was transformed into a jungle of light and a stream of water caught up in the water. The water was stagnant. Then the relics came to the head of the great Narrator. The majesty took the relics in a bravado and carried it in the stupa. The spectacular Srahina spectacle saw this great aura and greatly augmented the impressive masses. This great miracle arose from the earth.

This marvelous story is recorded in the Mahavamsa and other sages.

Following the arrival of Sultanahama, the Thuparamaya Chaithya which devoured the Devanampiyatissa and its right bone fragments, is the first step in Sri Lanka to mark the beginning of a golden era in the history. Since then, the stupa worship and relics have been continuously coinciding with the spirit of the Buddhist faith that continues to this day. After the reconstruction of the Dagoba in 1862, the appearance of the Dagoba was transformed into the bunker. Lajžitissa: 119 – 110 – Gotabhaya: C. The. 249 – 263 – Agbo: c. 604 – 614- Humankara: C. The kings of 648 – 718 years have been restored to the Thuparama Chaithya. It is said that the Vimoda Viharaya has been built during the reign of King Vatanage. Here is the first vatadage built in Sri Lanka.

C. In the first Sovana regime, the Pandyan army that invaded Sri Lanka was destroyed by the destruction of Thuparama by King of the 11th Sena. In 1215, Thuparamaya was destroyed by the invasion of the Maghreb. Today we saw the stupa that was renovated in 1862.

The Thuparama Chaithya becomes the stupa of the stupa in Sri Lanka and the colorful color of the Motherland gives us a glimpse of the dignity and seduction of the Dhamma.

Solosmasthana : Abayagiri Chaithya

Abayagiri Chaithya – Clicked By Dharma Dana

Abayagiri Chaithya

The Abayagiri Chaithya is situated on the Anuradhapura sacred site. It is also known as the North Chaithya because it is situated to the north of the Thuparamaya or to the inner city.

The history of the Abhayagiri Vihara has led to the formation of the first Siddhartha Siddhartha Dynasty chain. But it will not be an underestimation of the honor of the Great Dagoba of the Abhayagiri Vihara that we are talking about today.

King Walagamba alias Wattha Gamini Abhaya was one of the most distinguished names of the Sri Lankan royal family. 89 – 77 – This is a stupa. Prince Wattagamini Abhaya was the youngest son of King Saddhatissa. King Walagamba is the first to be anointed In the year 103. But six months later, he has to squeeze the throne and defeat him in the power of seven invaders. When he saw the king who had escaped the king, the queer gigantic monk in the Sampathnagaraja was shouting that he was fleeing.

We regrouped from Valikumbura to gather the troops from Ruhuna in different parts of Sri Lanka and defeat the last regiment of the Anuradhapura brethren who attacked the Motherland again.

It is also believed that the king who constructed the Jinagaric Center mentioned earlier after the funeral of the monk and demolished the complex of the Damayala Ethana complex, has been named as the place where the monk who insulted the name of the temple was named as the Abhayagiri Viharaya. Other opinions on this name are: Prof. Kulatunga says ancient times the Vihara Giri built a high ground and a rock. : For example, the Megaragiri Chethiyagiri Wesagiri etc. – It is believed that the vihara which was built on a highlanded site by king Vattagamani Abhayagha should have been named as “Abhayagiri”. According to the Mahawamsa, it is presumed that the Abhayagiri Vihar was built in the 29th year before AD.

The Abhayagiri Viharaya is sacrificed by the king to the Kopyukkula Mahatissa who helped the king who sacrificed his life for over thirteen years in the midst of a tremendous hardship. He sacrificed the greatness of gratitude. This is the first time that Professor Walpola Rahula has sacrificed a temple for a single monk without giving a general sacrifice in the book of the history of Lakshmi Buddhism. However, the monks of Mahavihara Thera who were accused of being a caste castle and accused of clinging to the clergy of Mahanayaka Thera, are sacked by Tissa.

The Mahasendha Therun, who is opposing this act, has brought down about 500 Buddhist monks to Abhayagiri Viharaya. The Sri Lankan section of the sect feels that the process is the red light of the first warning which is based on the appearance of the Makka Viharaya and the Abhayagiri Viharaya.

Later, the Abhayagiri Viharaya was situated in ancient India at Nalanda Jagddalala, Wickramashvila, in a comparable situation, and it was said that the branch offices were well known in foreign countries. In particular, the Fa-Hien monks visited Sri Lanka during the 5th century. Thera notes that 5,000 monks of the temple were in attendance. Today we see only remnants of this Buddhist Center.

Even though the ruins remain, a golden sign of a great balance of greatness in Abayagiri Stuppu is left to this day too. There are no notes on special treasures in the chronicles of many chronicles. But according to Sadharmarathna, it is said that a relic buckthorn buried in the relics was preserved. King Gajabahu of the stupa which ruled King Valagamba: 112 – 134 – was renovated for the last time by King Maha Parakumba. : C. 1153 – 1180 –

Later the Kotith Rebellion in the Chaithya, Walti was confirmed by concrete. Bel was about 100 years ago. It is now only the largest of the largest stupa in Sri Lanka, which is presently only 75 meters in height. : 250 feet. It is said that the area surrounding the stupa and the enclosure is about 14 acres. The Abhayagiri stupa is being renovated today. Special mention is made of this great statue of a tiny island that has challenged the greatness of our great heroic king who challenged the great greats of Pharaohs as the great heroic king who is crying to the world with the veneration of a Buddhist civilization.

Solosmasthana : Jethawanaya

Jethawanaramaya – Credit Indranatha Thenuwara

Jethavanarama Chaithya

Jethawana Dagoba, the stunned Buddhist statue of the world, is second only to the Egyptian pyramids, one of the seven wonders of the world.

King Mahasen: 276 – 303 – The built stupa is about 400 feet tall. But in 1832, according to a plan drawn by Major Skinner, he was 244 feet tall. Walisinghe Harishchandra’s ‘Map of Archeology’ says that the height of the coat is 249 feet and the area is 1200 feet. This huge stupa covers about 8 acres of land.

Even though the Mahavamsa does not mention the treasure of the staples, according to the poojaya the Buddhi posthumous remains are being buried there. Jetawana is one of three great stupas of Anuradhapura. It is situated in Jotavana, Anuradhapura. Therefore it became known as Jethawanaramaya. However, in the inscriptions and the old book, the Dhatawa-Dahanayake is mentioned.

King Mahasena who opposed the great Maha Vihara tradition of King Mahindo, had been cruel to destroy the lo-waharaya and other sacred objects and deceived the monks of the Mahayana tradition of Sanghamitra. The whole country was in turmoil in the midst of the violence. The king’s friends friend Megharna, who was a king’s friend, had fled to Malaya and returned to the battlefront because he could not tolerate the inexperience of the king.

But the war ended, the war was over. King Mahasena accepted his guilt and agreed to build the temple. Thereafter, the temple was built but the strongholds of the king and the temple were not strong enough. King Mahasen wanted to construct another stupa within the Maha Vihara premises. Although the Mahavihara monks pointed out that this was an in vain attempt, the king did not consent. As a result of the deliberate attempt, the great Jethavanarama Mahavitu built in the world. This monastery was built by Ven. Tissa, who protested against the tradition of the Maha Viharaya. The Jetavanarama monastery was handed over to the monks.

The Abhayagiri Nikaya was named as Dhamarachchi against the Theravada or the Mahavihara. With the Jethavana Vihara and the Jagathawa Nikaya, Sakalagaya was created with the above events. Most of the history books, including the Mahavamsa, draw attention to the king Mahasen from such a poor color picture.

But CW. Nicholas and Eyes. According to the book “History of the Paranormal History of Sri Lanka”, the College of Architecture in Anuradhapura was built during the 27-year reign of King Mahasen. The number of reservoirs constructed by the king is 16. The Minneriya Reservoir is a remarkable creation. The book also says that King Mahasena condemned the historical book that relied on Mahavihara for his services, but because of the public service he sacrificed as the people. Today, King Mahasen is also known as the Minneri Pali. Following the reign of Rajarata Magha of 1215, the decline of the Jethawana Viharaya came into being. The remains of the Walfouse was uncovered in 1829. 1832 According to Major Skinner, the height of the stupor was 244 feet. In 1890, the first archeology commissioner Mr. HCVVBel launched the archeology of Jethawana stupa.

Following the surrender of our motherland to the perfect Great Empire, the Embassy of Sri Lanka, written by the Secretary of Ceylon in 1860, wrote about the Jetawana Dagoba written in Ceylon. The size of the large building and its bricks and wreckage is remarkable. It is 360 feet high and 249 feet high. The total length is over two hundred feet thick. If 500 workers are engaged in bricking with the help of the machines that have been made to build bricks, it will take about seven years to build an apartment like Jetavanarama. It costs at least a million pounds of gold. The equipment of this dome is sufficient to build eight thousand houses with halfway distance of just one mile from it. These tools can build a city as large as the “Maple City” city with a population of 67,000 people, or a population of 70,000 people. The thickness of these materials may be up to 10 feet from a height from Longden to Aden Barrow. The distance between these two cities is 330 kilometers. Kī.mī. 528. –

This explanation amazed even by the British implies that the Jethavanarama Chaity is a fascinating creation.

The ancestral development of the ancestral building is unique. Such artifacts communicate the backdrop of the rich quality of the noble culture as well as the origins of our historic technological advancements as well as the backgrounds of past bold glory.

Even though the circle around the Jethawana Maha Dagoba, which was initially initiated with religious divisions, is not pleasing to the Sisters, it is not brought to the Sisters of Atamasthanaya, the Sisters of the Buddhists, no matter what is a bleak picture. We invite ourselves to the top of this great Jetaveva Dagoba by conveying the savor that comes from the mothers worshiping the mosque. This magnificent gigantic creation was given to the country by the greatness of our ancestors who paid tribute to the strength of our ancestors. With the trace of these ancestors’ genes or our self-esteem.

Solosmasthana : Sela Chaithya

Sela Chaithya – By Buddhism

Sela Chaithya

King Kutakannathissa: BCE 41 – 91 – The Mahavamsa says that Selumuha made a dagoba in front of the great subauteral, set up by Himself in Chaithiapabhya: Chapter 34. He had planted a Bo tree in the area. Today there is an old tree which is considered to be very old in the vicinity of Mihintale. True, this can not be said to be the Bo-tree planted by the king Kutakannathissa. But when one bo tree they died, there was another planting. However, it can not be so small as it was in addition to the Dagoba, Bodhi, in addition to the citadel, which was built by King Kutakhanathissa and a large sub-consonant. Vatadage today is the rice that is found today. It should be accepted that within the Vatadage’s inner circle of Mihintale this place should be the historical documentation and the inscriptions mentioned in the inscription of the 3rd century.

According to the Mahavamsa, which is a Sinhala Mahavamsa, the poet and Sadharmelankaraya, this statue was built in the place where the Buddha visited Sri Lanka for a short period of time. Accordingly, this is one of the six most conservative Buddhist schools in the world.

In order to confirm this, the findings of the Mahavamsa and the findings from the excavations have also been based on the observations made in the Habarana Dagoba and the findings of Prof. Paranavithana. With that, we can imagine only the Ambutala Dagoba and the Sela Chaitya in Mihintale.

According to the historical facts, the location of the Ambatula is being named as the place where Ven. Devanampiyatissa was assigned to the Arahant Mahinda Thero.

If this is the case, then this place will remain a magnificent and cleansed and sacred area. It was very important to us that this sacred chaity had been built up by the Buddha and Buddhism, which illuminated Buddhism in light of the inspiration of Gautama Buddha and the dhamma that enlightened the motherland.

There is also the stone shadow of the light. This is the linden stone. Amazing? Do not these mysterious, light-colored, black-and-white camouflage cameras come to life with artificial-lighted art? In such an ill-fated place, it is a guarantee that the ill-fated hearts will be softened and overcast.

Kataragama Kiri Vehera Solosmasthana

Kataragama Kiri Vehera

Kataragama Kiri Vehera

The sixteenth of Solosmasthana, or the last sacred place, is named at the basilica in Kiri Vehera, Kataragama.

The Lord Buddha has named us as one of the only Kiri Vehera basements in the place where we built our Kataragama Kirivehera on the third consecutive journey.

But this is mentioned only in the relics. Kataragama has been named as a place where one name was planted from the Ashalysrera Sacred Bo-tree from the Sri Maha Bodhi. This is stated in Mahavamsa. However, the Buddha does not say that there is much increase in Kataragama.

This has become one of the most sacred places in the country since it has become one of the only Kiri Vehera bases in Kataragama.

When the Buddha arrived, there was a king of Mahagosha. In Kataragama, God is said to be known as “Mahaasena” in some places, but it is doubtful whether there is Mahagosha. The Kataragama area, however, has a long history.

After preaching the Buddha’s teachings, the people adhered to Buddhism and that he was built in the place where Kiri or Kiri Vehera was later occupied by the Ven. Kihiri Wewa.

Kirivehera was built in the first millennium BC. King Mahasaga, king of Ruhuna in the 1st century AD. According to one inscription, this chaity was c. There is also a view that a venerable monk worked at a temple in Katagamuwa, in the 2nd century. The five-century inscription called Kirivehera is called Mangala Maha Daghaya.

In the aftermath of the decay the Kiri Veherha was rebuilt in 1961. At present, the 96-foot-tall dyke is approximately 280 feet in length. The results of the awarding of a sacred Bo-tree at Kataragama are due to the participation of the chief incumbent of Kataragama and Kamburupitiya. Then there was a community that had been closely associated with the Kuththaraya generation which was the most important factor in Kataragama area.

After planting the Ruhunu Bo Tree at the Menik river, in the Anuradhapura period the Kataragama town became a major Buddhist sacred place in the South.


Credit: Samanalee Pathirage

King Dutugemunu visited the Kataragama Maha Viharaya before entering the battle for the sole purpose of unification of Sri Lanka and held a vow and performed a vow to the offer. After winning the war, King Dutugemunu built a devalue for the god Kataragama and the Kataragama devalaya was in the same place.

It is said that there were 500 in the Kataragama sacred place. King Gotabaya who lived in Magama, King Dasaba a King, mentioned that the viharas such as the Gotabhaya Viharaya were used to punish the children and dedicate them to the relics.

A very arid region of Hambantota District is commonly seen with shrubbery arable land that can withstand this environment. When we enter the Kataragama capital, passing a tempestuous environment, we all feel that we have reached a hollow in a place called Welukka junction. The Kumbuk trees and the beautiful Kumbuk trees in the gentle gems and the shrine of the Kataragama village are situated in a shaded, cool environment. Created by the Nature Lady, this unique and exciting entertainment site has created an exciting and delightful environment for tourists.

The sacred relics representing the Raha Booka and the Sacred Relics representing the Raha Bohini and the Devale built for the Goddess of Kirivehera Kataragama have contributed to this magnificent sacred stupa.

But it is thought that the sacred tooth relic of the sacred tooth relic is now presided over by two of the most powerful sacred monuments of the sacred Buddhist worship of the sacred Buddhist. A large crowd running on the Kirivehera lying in front of the Kirivehera lying in front of a lamp and lighting a lamp. A massive majority of the people of the area. The people of the area are selfish in spite of many unsuccessful expectations. They stand in the queue of the Kataragama Devalaya. Have become.

Explaining the noble method by means of the right method of eliminating fits. It is very easy to heal the hearts of true Buddhists under such a state.

It is a good exercise with the blessing of God with the cleansed intentions, going to the tree that goes into the heart of the goddess who sacrificed and lighted a flower in Kataragama Kirivehera. But where can we scramble over the thousands of worthless offerings and rejuvenate them in a mysterious, mysterious heart?

Think about a moment. If you leave the sacred land Kataragama, an ancient Buddhist monk, with a confused mind that can not be discarded by prohibition, blind faith or faith, what is its effect?

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