Isurumuni Viharaya

Isurumuniya is most popular for its stone carvings The Isuru Muni Vihara is where Arahant Mahinda came and was appointed 500 years prior. It is a sanctuary worked by King Devanampiyatissa in the third century BC. It is otherwise called ‘Isiramana’ as indicated by the engraving cut on the Vessagiri rock.  Ruler Chandamuthasiva (44-52 AD), child of King Ilanaga, constructed a tank in the town of Manikara and offered it to the Isuru Muni Vihara. The Mahavamsa states that a divider was worked around it. It is additionally referenced in…

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