Mullaitivu Sri Samudragiri Rajamaha Viharaya – මුලතිවු ශ්රී සමුද්රගිරි රජමහා විහාරය
Traveling from Trincomalee on the A35 route towards Parantan, just before crossing the Nandikadal Lagoon causeway at Vadduvakal is a road to the sea side which will lead to Mullaitivu Sri Samudragiri Rajamaha Viharaya. Built on a ancient temple complex probably built over thousands of years ago, only significant ruin in this temple is an un-preserved ancient stupa which looks like a mound of earth to the naked eye.
Vadduvaka causeway is the only point which connects the Mullaitivu and Puthukkudiyiruppu through the lagoon. During the final stages of the final Humanitarian Operation by the Sri Lankan Army to rescue over 100,000 Tamil civilians being used as a Human shield by the LTTE Terrorists, this causeway played a major role which was destroyed by the LTTE to stop the advancing Army.
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Travel Directions to Mullaitivu Sri Samudragiri Rajamaha Viharaya
Route from Trincomalee to Mullaitivu Sri Samudragiri Rajamaha Viharaya
|Through : Nilaveli – Pulmude|
Distance : 121 km
Travel time : 2.5 hours
Driving directions : see on google map