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Pulligoda [2] – Dimbulagala Raja Maha Vihara & Forgotten frescoes at Pulligoda Galge

Pulligoda galge frescos Dimbulagala

Can you tell us where the Pulligoda Galge is? We kept asking bystanders on reaching Dimbulagala 16 kilometres south east of Polonnaruwa. Nobody seemed to have heard of it before and that’s how we met Lionel Mendis a retired employee

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Pulligoda Galge Frescoes – පුල්ලිගොඩ ගල්ගේ සිතුවම්

Frescoes at Pulligoda

Five and a half kilometers south of Dimbulagala temple are the little known Pulligoda galge frescos. Crossing a delightful little lake named Hitcha Pitcha wewa, and circuiting the changing range-scape of Dimbulagala, an unsealed road leads you to this lonely

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Namal Pokuna Aramic Complex at Dimbulagala – දිඹුලාගල නාමල් පොකුණ ආරන්‍යය

A stone oil lamp? Dimbulagala Namal Pokuna Aramic Complex

Dimbulagala Namal Pokuna is an ancient armaic complex lying on a peaceful undisturbed rocky outcrop close to the Popular Dimbulagala Temple. Probably part of the same complex in the ancient times

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Dimbulagala Raja maha Viharaya – දිඹුලාගල රජමහා විහාරය

Dimbulagala Raja maha Viharaya

About 12 miles to the east of the ancient kingdom Polonnaruwa on the east side of the Mahaweli is situated at the beautiful hilly range – Dimbulagala. In our ancient Pali texts this range is referred to as Udumbara –

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