About the Buduruwagala
Buduruwagala is a verifiable site situated in the Wellawaya region in the Moneragala District of Sri Lanka. The Buduruwagala sculpture is set against the scenery of an enormous stone in a thick timberland four miles from Wellawaya. The 50 feet high Buduruwagala sculpture was raised in AD. It is accepted to have a place with the seventh century. This standing sculpture, cut with the Abhaya seal, seems to have been raised from stone and finished with mortar. The legs and the lotus seat are made independently. On one or the other side of the Buddha are two Bodhisattva sculptures around 40 feet high. There are six sculptures, three on each side of the principle Buddha. On the right half of the Buddha sculpture are the sculptures of Goddess Tara and Goddess Sudhana, fixated on the Avalokiteshvara Natha Bodhisattvas. There is likewise an image of Maitreya Bodhisattva on the left and a Vajrapani Bodhisattva picture on the opposite side, which is hard to recognize. Also, there are numerous structures and destroys having a place with the Buduruwagala Sangarama dispersed all around the land.
The sculpture has been raised in the focal point of the sculpture complex at Buduruwagala. This standing Buddha sculpture which is around 15 meters high is in a sabhanga pose. The model of the semi-raised stone is loaded up with mortar and formed into red, yellow, white and brown. The Tara sculpture is situated to one side of the Buddha sculpture. This is made from the trio pose. The right hand is raised and a crab impression is utilized for this sculpture. The left hand is brought down and a full container is held in the hand. To one side of the duck sculpture is the sculpture of Avalokiteshvara, the sculpture is exposed, and the sculpture is done in a mahogany act. The underside is enlivened with a dab. A Buddha with a contemplation seal can be found in the Jata Makuta on Sirasa.
The Sudhana Kumara sculpture is situated to one side of the Avalokiteshwara sculpture. This sculpture is around 6 meters high and shows some seal on the left hand and there is no positive notice of it. To one side of the Buddha sculpture is a unidentified Deva sculpture. This icon of God has been made in a standing stance. The arms are pointing upwards, the underside is planned bare. Planned with a winged serpent stud on the right ear. On the left half of this sculpture is a 7.5 meter high sculpture of Maitreya Bodhisattva. The Vajrapani sculpture is made on the left half of this Maitreya Bodhisattva sculpture.
There is a destroyed complex at the foot of the tank on the right half of the street around 2 km away from the Buduruwagala street. The remains are spread over a space of about 125 meters east of the tank bund.