Archive for the ‘Gampaha’ Category

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Irahanda gala

August 8, 2011

This is a Kind of boundary stone which is used to demarcate the boundary of a village which gave to giant ‘Gotaimbara’ (King Dutugemunu had an army consist of 10 special worriers as strong as giants, who were used in battles as well as the development activities in the area) by King Dutugemunu as a gift for built a dam across ma oya and contribute to the paddy cultivation of the area.

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Godigamuwa Abayaraja Sri Sugatharama Temple

August 8, 2011

There is an ancient clay pot (burned clay pot), found from the bottom of the Godigamuwa ma-oya.

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Nawana Sirisiddhaththarama Ancient temple

August 8, 2011

A cave which emerging from ancient time can be seen in this premises. Legend says that this cave was one of the hiding places of king Walagamba, while he was travelling to Maaladeniya raja maha viharaya. At present this cave is using as a meditation place, with constructing a staircase and the bell post.

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Kalwaari Scared land and Church

August 8, 2011

The Structure of Kalwari Mountain has created in a natural mountain. This is the highest place of the Mabima west Grama Niladhari Division

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Pettagam Kanda

August 8, 2011

This is a huge rock shaped as a cube which has connected to the indigenous rock from very tiny cone shape rock piece. Under this rock there is a cave with a tunnel which has not been excavated by archeological department. The specialty of this tunnel is, the diameter of starting place is small and when it runs inside the cave the diameter will increase up to 5 feet. There is a temple called ‘Pettagamkanda Temple’ at the bottom of the rock.

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Sri Sunethrarama Muulamaha Viharaya

August 8, 2011

This is situated very close to Kadawatha town (app. 200m away from town) A perahara festival (Sri Sambuddhathwa Jayanthi Medin Perahera) has being held in month of March annually

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Waterworld Lanka Pvt. Ltd.

August 8, 2011

This is a place where Various kinds of birds and fish can be seen, at reasonable prices. (For adults – 220/= , For children – 100/=)

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