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Kaw Silumina. 25 likes. Book. Kaw Silumina. Privacy · Terms. About. Kaw Silumina. Book. 25 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for. He is also the author of “Kaw Silumina” which is regarded as the greatest poetry book in Sinhala. The film mainly focuses on the life of the. The Kingdom of Dambadeniya was a medieval kingdom in what is present day Sri Lanka. The kingdom’s rulers reigned from –
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The Kingdom of Dambadeniya was a medieval kingdom in what is present day Sri Lanka. The kingdom’s rulers reigned from — He was able to bring about the unity among the Sangha that had fled in various directions due to the hostile activities of the invader Kalinga Magha and succeeded in holding a Buddhist convention in to oaw about peace among the Buddhist clergy. He was considered a genius, who kzw a great poet and a prolific writer.
Among the books he wrote are Kausiluminawhich is considered a great piece of literature. Unifying the three kingdoms that existed within Sri Lanka at that point of time is regarded as greatest achievement. King Bosath Vijayabahu, as the eldest son of King Parakramabahu the second was crowned in He was well known for his modest behaviour and for his religious activities.
He was killed in the second year of his reign by a minister called Miththa. After the demise of his elder brother Vijayabahu, Bhuvanekabahu Ias the next in line to the throne, shifted the capital to Yapahuwa for reasons of security.
He followed his father’s footsteps as a writer and continued with the religious activities started by his brother Vijayabahu IV. After the assassination of Vijayabahu IV his brother became king after a series of conflicts with several dissident generals thus became Bhuvanekabahu I.
Jaw considered Dambadeniya as insecure so he made Yapahuwa a rock fortress his permanent residence.
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slumina Yapahuwa served as the capital of Sri Lanka in the latter part of the 13th century — Built on a huge, 90 meter high rock boulder in the style of the Sigiriya rock fortress, Yapahuwa was a palace and military stronghold against foreign invaders. The palace and fortress were built by King Buvanekabahu I — in the year Many traces of ancient battle defences can still be seen, while an ornamental stairway, is its biggest show piece.
There are several caves at the base of the rock. In one of them there is a shrine with Buddha images. One cave has a Brahmi script inscription. At the southern base of the rock there is a fortification with two moats and ramparts. In this enclosure there are the remains of a number of buildings including a Buddhist shrine. The Tooth Relic was brought from Dambadeniya and kept in the Tooth Temple built for the purpose at the top of the third staircase.
The relics were carried away from the temple to South India by the Pandyas, and then recovered in by Parakkramabahu III —who temporarily placed them in safety at Polonnaruwa. Yapahuwa was one of the ephemeral capitals of medieval Sri Lanka. The citadel of Yapahuwa lying midway between matara and galle was built around a huge granite rock rising abruptly almost a kwa meters above the surrounding lowlands.
Following its capture, Yapahuwa was largely abandoned and inhabited by Buddhist monks and religious ascetics. He tried to bring back the tooth relic to island via establishing diplomatic relationships with the Pandyan Kingdom. He succeeded and housed the tooth relic in sipumina temple of tooth in polonnaruwa.
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Bhuvanekabahu II son of Bhuvanekabahu I succeeded his cousin in and shifted capital to nearby Kurunagala and ruled for two years until his death in Kurunegala was the capital city of Sri Lanka from It was a kingdom following kingdom of Yapahuwa. Kurunegala, capital of the Kurunegala District and the modern day province of Wayambawas used as a royal capital for around half a century with five kings of the Sinhala dynasty reigning as monarchs.
He was followed not long after by the reign of his son King Parakramabahu IV — Parakramabahu not only translated the Buddhist Jataka tales into Wilumina, he also commissioned a number of temples to be built including the Alutnuwara Dewale in the Kegalla District. Kurunegala, was once known as Hasthishailya-pura and in some literature as Athugal-pura Ethagala.
It is the “city of the elephant rock” which is a literal translation and is so named because of a large elephant shaped rock decorating the silumins. Nestled in with kw large rocks, folk legend relates how the rocks were all transformed animals. Once, long ago there was a severe drought and the people became alarmed when many animals began consuming the water and threatened xilumina water supply, so a local witch helped out by turning some of them into stone.
The other rocks such as monkey rock and tortoise rock, etc. Kurunegala was also one of the districts in which the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha was kept and venerated. In the 13th century the city had a main citadel and kaa only a few remains are left of the tooth relic temple apart from a few stone steps and part of a doorway.
During the time of King Parakramabahu IV —there was a strong religious revival and rituals concerning the relic were re-ordered in law more systematic way as recorded in the Dalada Sirita. Later on after the capital changed, the tooth relic was removed to the new capital Jayavardanapura Kotte closer to Colombo by king Virabahu but subsequent Portuguese colonial power in began to cause the deterioration of Buddhist activities and fearing for the safety of the relic, it was secreted away by Buddhist monks to the kingdom of Sitawaka ruled by king Mayadunne.
For a time it was moved around and placed in different locations including the cave temple of Ridivihara about 13 miles from Kurunegala and in the Delgamuva Vihara in Ratnapura. It was from Ratnapura that the tooth relic was finally brought to its current resting place at the temple of the tooth, in Senkadagala Kandy by King Vimaladharmasuriya I — Though prior to all these events, the tooth relic had also been kept for a time at Polonnaruwa, Yapahuwa and Dambadeniya. Throughout the district and near by, other archaeological cities and sites can be found dating from different periods.
The earlier capitals include siluminz city of Panduvasnuwara in the north-west where visitors can see the law of a moated palace along with Buddhist monasteries dating from the 12th century, Dambadeniya to the south-west, dating from the midth century, and the fortress of Yapahuwa in the north circa His son succeeded as king Parakramabahu IV. He is the greatest king of Kurunegala period. He was known as Panditha Parakramabahu II because of his services towards Buddhism, education and literature.
His services and authority have been witnessed even beyond Kurunegala as far as Kandy, Kegalle, Colombo, Ratnapura, Kalutara, Galle and most of the Southern areas. He wrote a book named Dalatha Siriththa. He built the Asgiriya Viharaya in Kandy. He was responsible for writing ‘Dalada sirita’. He renamed Mahanuwara as Senkadagale,the king was also responsible in translating pali books into sinhala. The Dambadeniya period is considered as the golden era of Sinhala literature. Important literary works such as Sinhala Thupavamsa, Dalada Siriththa, Sarajothi malai were siluina during the period.
Among them are books of poetry such as Kausilumina, MuwadewdawathaSidath sangarawaButhsaranaSaddharma Rathnawaliya. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional silumlna for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
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