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movie has got nine nominations & won six awards at the 4th Derana Sunsilk Film Awards 2016 at Nelum
Thearter on 14 May 2016
The architecture of the building is inspired by the 12th-century "Nelum
" (Lotus Pond) in Polonnaruwa. Built by King Parakramabahu the Great, Polonnaruwa's Nelum
is shaped as a stylised eight-petalled lotus flower.
Theatre has shows, productions, and other bookings scheduled through September 2012.
Both types of monitor lizards - Bengal monitor and water monitor, can be seen in Kaludiya
The following list provide the fauna of Kaludiya
Archeological Forest Reserve.
in Polonnaruwa provides one of the best examples of the construction of a royal bath. A flight of long narrow steps led to an oblong shaped pond that had graduated gangways. The water was conducted by underground pipelines from the canal nearby and led into the bath by two "makara gargoyles". A stone water lock acted as water locking valve and an exit for used water. There is also a now-ruined changing room. Other magnificent pool designs in Anuradhapura era such as "Twin Ponds" Kuttam
, "lotus Pond" Nelum
, "hot water pond" janthagara Pokona, ath
-built for use of elephants and "black water pool" Kaludiya
are significant. Also there are significant series of ponds and pools which contains water fountains at the Sigiriya citadel, which marvels the hydro engineering in the ancient Sri Lanka.
Theatre was the site of the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2013.
[[File:Abhayagiriya Monastery-EN.svg|thumb|[[Abhayagiri vihāra|Abhayagiriya Monastery]] with [[Samadhi Statue]], [[Kuttam
]] (twin pond) and [[Sandakada pahana|moonstone]].]]
(Lotus Pond) Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre () (often known simply as "Nelum
Theatre"; previously the National Performing Arts Theatre, prior to naming at the opening ceremony) is a performing arts centre in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The theatre opened on 15 December 2011.
Passing Ambasthalaya on the western side are a flight of steps. When going down the steps one could see the Naga
. Its name is derived as there are figures of snakes with their hoods spread out in the back ground and is one of the most famous ponds.
Since there is a statue of lion standing with two legs the name of Singha
has been in usage. This is the place that collected water for the use of bikkhus. Water had been supplied from Naga
through a tunnel.
"Maharaja Gemunu" won the most awards with eleven including Best Film. Other winners included "Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka" and "Ho Gaana
" with three awards.
"Saga VII", became the first musical event organized by a school to be held at the newly built Nelum
Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre.
Butterflies and moths are also frequent in Kaludiya
. Species like crimson rose, common Mormon, Ceylon rose, common rose, common cerulean, common Indian crow, Lemon emigrant are common.
Archeological Forest Site (කළුදිය පොකුණ පුරාවිද්යා භූමිය), is a forest with archeological remains in Kandalama, in the Dry Zone of Sri Lanka.
Is also one of the famous ponds at Mihintale. The name is derived from the fact that the water in the pond appears to be black in colour. It is believed that on new moon day Kalu Buddha Rakkhita Thera sat under the Thimbiriya tree, close to the Kaludiya
, preached on sermon based on Kalakarama Sutta. The word "Kalu" means black. The word "diya" means water, and the word "
" means pond.
The original venue selected to host the festival was the Nelum
Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre, in Colombo. The theatre is equipped with ultra modern facilities such as an auditorium with 1,288 seats, a library, and training facilities.
Kandalama is a village in Sri Lanka. It is located within Central Province. Kandalama is home for one of Sri Lanka's first five star hotels, Heritance Kandalama and Kaludiya
is also rich with numerous biodiversity, both flora and fauna. The forest is home for many endemic and non-endemic species of flora and fauna, that prevail much more secure than other forests in Sri Lanka.
Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre is a world-class theatre that opened in December 2011. Designed in the form of the Lotus Pond in Polonnaruwa, the theatre is a major theatre destination.
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