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There is not a huge amount to do here, however, I feel it was just enough to give me a taster of what Buddhist life is like here in sri lanka.
There are old relics seen in the museum area and you can walk to...More
Isurumuniya is a Buddhist temple situated near to the Tissa Wewa in Anuradhapura, The temple was built by King Devanampiya Tissa (307 BC to 267 BC) who ruled in the ancient Sri Lankan capital of Anuradhapura.
This temple is famous for its stone carving of...More
The start must ideally be from the lake bund . take the stroll the first thing in the morning for best effect. As the rising sun strikes the waters ,making each ripple splashing diamonds,take the walk down to the temple. the first visit should be...More
A temple that doesn't experience high volumes of tourists, this site is worth the visit.
The on-site museum features numerous sculptures that originate from the temple. The most noteworthy are the 'lovers' and the 'kings family'. Beside the museum is a rock-cut shrine room featuring...More
Isurumuniya is different to the other temples in Anuradhapura and is well worth a visit. The admission fee is much lower too, although the staff were much more strict in enforcing dress codes than the main temples and asked my husband to cover his shorts...More
Isurumuniya is one of the popular places visited by tourists. The Isurumuniya temple was built by Devanampiyatissa (307 - 267 BC)during his rule of Anuradhapura. He was son of King Mutasiva who ruled in 367-307BC, who built the Mahamevnawa Park and grandson of King Pandukabhaya...More
My wife and I visited this temple during our recent Birdwatching tour of Sri Lanka. We had previously arranged a guide to show us the temples and stupors. After discarding our shoes at the entrance we commenced our tour, I should say from the outset...More