Muragala is a magnificent making of a Sinhala craftsman of the past. This is otherwise called the guard picture. Made of dark stone or limestone, the highest point of this stone chunk has a roundabout shape and is connected to the lookout before the flight of stairs of the old structures. No carvings can be seen on the lookouts having a place with the Anuradhapura early period. The cutting of the lookouts started bit by bit. Hence, after some time, the lookout was enlivened with poonkalas. The lookouts at the entry to the Maha Vijayabaha Palace in Anuradhapura and the Asgiriya Gate are fixed with full containers at one point and embellished with Bhairava pictures at another. These lookouts additionally address the possibility that Padmanidhi and Sankhanidhi were the beneficiaries of Isura master Kuvera.
Afterward, the Sinhala craftsman made a more imaginative lookout with a human figure, including the picture of Pun Kalasa and Bhairava. Researchers say that the human figure addresses a Na ruler in human structure. The substance of this Na lord’s guardian picture is tranquil. Youthful hero looking. The eyes are open. Studs and neckbands add to the appeal of the picture. The lower some portion of the figure is embellished with a heavenly messenger like article of clothing, and the kinks on the texture are additionally fascinating. At the foundation of the picture is a Bhairava picture or two. The Punkalasa in one hand of King Na is brimming with lotus blossoms and lotus leaves. The other hand, which has been brought down, shows a vertical slant. It’s exceptionally fragile .It’s a snake froth around the head. It is organized by the roundabout shape at the highest point of the stone piece. The crown on the head is additionally roundabout fit.
The lookout of the Ratna Palace
The lookout in the Ratna Palace is viewed as the lookout of the Anuradhapura time frame. The craftsman has had the option to feature the state of the body parts in the picture of Naraju in this lookout and the fine components of the decorations and so forth Seven snake froths around the top of the figure. At the foot is a picture of Bhairava. An exceptional component of the face is that the roundabout part over the head is embellished with carvings. On one side is a sculpture of an elephant on the top of a pinnacle connected to a lookout. Excavator Hocart likewise noticed that the lookout of the Ratna Palace was an unadulterated show-stopper with distinctive elements.