Panduwasnuwara Kingdom
Panduwasnuwara Kingdom
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Wariyapola Road, Kurunegala 60000 Sri Lanka
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𝓝𝓪𝓽𝔂 ® 👑
Mosca, Russia119.265 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
feb 2020 • Coppie
Находится недалёко от Зуба Будды. Представляет собор археологические раскопки. Не особо интересно, только для больших любителей архиологии.
Scritta in data 17 gennaio 2021
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Vimukthi
2 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ago 2019 • Amici
U must visit there. so many old stores behind eveyting. U must read or llisten all stores.example ummada chitra.i recommend
Scritta in data 11 febbraio 2020
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SEs
Londra, UK25.876 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
dic 2019 • Amici
This is a popular place to visit during holidays by the locals and crowded. You need about 2 hours here. The ruins are protected. There are toilets.
Scritta in data 31 dicembre 2019
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sherry_dissa
Colombo, Sri Lanka616 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
lug 2019 • Famiglia
This is a first kingdom of historical sri lanka who buit by king pandhukabhaya.thats a most beautiful place of lot of ruins of place,catsle areas and also temples.
Scritta in data 1 luglio 2019
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Richard H
Bath, UK1.133 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
apr 2019 • Coppie
Worth a visit if you're interested in historical places. There's not much information on site. The museum is closed on Sunday.
Scritta in data 7 aprile 2019
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Michèle D
Amiens, Francia1.655 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
feb 2019 • Coppie
Joli site archéologique en pleine nature avec des ruines et des stupas. La visite est rapide car le site est plutôt petit.
Scritta in data 20 marzo 2019
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Prasunmed
194 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
feb 2019 • Amici
Panduwasnuwara Kingdom is a kingdom where king Pandukabaya controlled. There are many of tales behind this kingdom. One is "Unmada chithra and Deega gamini " story. One girl was there who was in locked room with big protection. Because if she get child he will be the king. But anyway she got child from Deega Gamini.If you visit this place still you can see this jail where she was locked.

This kingdom was with big protection. You can see that old protection methods. Big area in this kingdom. So if you visit there you may spend about 2-3 hours. If you are history lover this is one of the must visit place.

Washroom facilities available. Parking space available. But weekend this place is busy. Specially on sundays and full moon poya days.

If you visit by public transport you can come till Narammala by colombo - Kurunegala No 5 bus and you can get bus to this place from Narammala bus stand. You have to take Hettipola bus via Mawiela. Get someone's help to find it.
Scritta in data 11 febbraio 2019
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sherry_dissa
Colombo, Sri Lanka616 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2018 • Amici
There are very very ancient ruins and also very beautiful nature touch you can reach at there very easly.
Scritta in data 28 dicembre 2018
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pivi b
Sri Lanka55 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2018 • Amici
When I was a little child first I visited this place.Few days ago I went there with a group of friends.What an ancient place.Lots of stories buried in the soil of that land.
Scritta in data 24 dicembre 2018
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Seevali D
Colombo, Sri Lanka8.683 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
gen 2018 • Amici
My wife and I made a detour to Hettipola on our way back from Kurunegala to Colombo on 6th January 2018 to visit Panduwasnuwara about which we had heard so much. We arrived here very early in the morning even before the Department of Archaeology opened their offices. A lady who was making hoppers in a little shop directed us towards the entrance to the 20 hectare area where the palace ruins are located. There were no security at the entrance nor within the areas where there were ruins.
There is only one entrance to the palace area. The entrance is protected with a pole across to prevent vehicles moving in. The first thing we noticed were the 5 – 6 metre wide moat and the wide embankment wall about 1.8 metre high surrounding the 20 hectare palace grounds. On the inner side of the entrance are ruins of guard rooms. The moat of course, though dry in some areas today, would have been filled with water to protect the palace grounds. Historically these and the palace buildings date back to the 12th century.
Once you enter, your eyes draw you to the palace complex situated in the middle of this vast 20 Hectare compound. I imagined myself to be the ancient king, for about an hour, walking through my palace. To enter the palace, you climb 5 steps into the courtyard and walk towards the king’s residential palace. Almost at the very entrance to the palace is an inscription on a stone slab protected by a roof on four wooden pillars! Within the large area occupied by my palace, are many rooms for the royal family as well as many store rooms too. There is a considerable area reserved for the throne (though the throne itself is non-existent now), and I could not help imagining myself being seated on the throne here while receiving VIP guests. The palace compound has a kitchen and a toilet (protected with iron railings). The toilet is special, with the basin made of a kind of cement resembling the colour of modern cement. The unclean water flowing through a gutter is collected outside the building in a pit made with brick and clay with layers of minerals to prevent polluting the environment. The pond adjacent to the palace would have had clean water for bathing. There is also an adjacent separate palace for the Queen mother. There are also number of other smaller buildings associated with the needs of the palace as well as carved pillars and guard stones.
After exiting the palace compounds we toured around the 12th century monastery complex, situated quite close by, consisting of stupas, accommodation for monks, assembly halls, image houses (pilimage), ruins of protective wall for bo tree (bodhighara), and a preaching pavilion (dharma mandapa) on a large ground where the devotees would listen. Of importance at the very entrance to this area is an inscription on stone written in Tamil.
Another important ruin is the “chakrawalaya”, foundation of the ruins of a circular building, believed to have included several stories. This circular foundation is in the middle of a wide bund or a rampart, about 50 metres in diameter, around which is a moat that would have been filled with water in the ancient times. Though the purpose of this circular building has not been established archaeologically there is an interesting legend associated with it.
“Chitra was the youngest of a family of 11 and the only girl. She grew up to be so pretty that people who saw her desired her at mere sight. Astrologers to the king predicted that if she were to bear a son, he would kill all 10 brothers to become the king. So after she grew up, the brothers imprisoned her in a building on a tower (believed to be this chakrawalaya) being guarded day and night. This could not stop her having a relationship with a prince and becoming pregnant. When the baby boy was born they substituted a new born girl and the boy sent to a village for protection. Eventually the prophesy came true and he killed all his uncles to become one of the great kings of sri lanka who united the country under his rule. This is the Rapunzel story from Sri Lanka.
NO fees are charged for entry. Though this is off the beaten tourist track, it is an important part of a short period in Sri Lankan history. If you contact the archaeology offices nearby, they will give you a guided tour at no cost. You may tip the guide if you wish to. The archaeological excavations are not over yet and are continuing under the Department of Archaeology with the assistance of archaeology associated post graduate students from various universities.
Scritta in data 26 febbraio 2018
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