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This stone age art cave is located in the south of Batticaloa , looming
over the village of Bakiella,
the rocky wilderness of Rajagala. Thickly forested, still and silent,
Rajagala rises above the plain.
Rajagala, the Monarch's
Rock, is a rugged, mysterious and thickly forested mountain in the
sparsely populated and rarely visited part of Sri Lanka. The history of
the place is unknown but monks must have inhabited it before the 1st
century BCE. All over the northern summit of the mountain are extensive
ruins still awaiting excavation and recovery from the thick jungle.