Synonyms for viharaya or Related words with viharaya

rajamaha              devalaya              kataragama              vihara              mihintale              jinalaya              tampita              mahiyangana              mahavihara              anamaduwa              walawwa              bellanwila              dagaba              ambalama              vihare              bodhiya              palitana              mayapur              pattini              gangawata              koil              wariyapola              thirukkovil              buttala              pawapuri              nallur              derasar              udayagiri              devale              cholapuram              mangaladevi              aihole              sithulpawwa              pirivena              mawanella              tirth              talao              mookambika              tempita              kovilakam              stambh              kovil              subramaniar              koneswaram              devasthana              kaliamman              gokarna              rankoth              bavikonda              adalaj             



Examples of "viharaya"
Prominent Buddhist temples in Kurunegala include Athkanda Raja Maha Viharaya, Ibbagala Raja Maha Viharaya, Angangala cave temple, Wilbawa Purana Viharaya and Bauddhaloka Viharaya. An ancient replica of Buddha's footprint that is found on the summit of Sri Pada (Adam’s Peak), a little dagoba and some paintings depicting the Buddha and his disciples can be seen at the Ibbagala Raja Maha Viharaya.
The Raja Maha Vihara terrace includes Piriniwan Manchakaya, Raja Maha Viharaya, Aluth Viharaya (New Vihara), Naga Viharaya, Pond, Rock Inscription (12 Century), Lamp Post and Diyagoda Etha Viharaya. The new vihara had been renovated around 1918. The rock inscription giving the ancient name of Mulkirigala as Muhundgiri.
After the establishment of Buddha Sasana in Sri Lanka, major Buddhist monasteries such as Anuradhapura Maha Viharaya and Mihintale Raja Maha Viharaya were established in the North central region of the country while Tissamaharama Raja Maha Viharaya and Sithulpawwa Rajamaha Viharaya were established in the Southern region.
Wewaladeniya Viharaya, also known as Kegalla Siri Mahindodaya Piriwen Viharaya is one of oldest temples in Kegalle. It is located at the centre of the town.
Main Station - Mūla Maha Viharaya ,Payagala, Kalutara.
There are a number of other historical places around the village apart from Panamure Eth Gala including Maduwanwela Walawwa, Kawanthissa Rajamaha Viharaya, and Walalgoda Tampita Raja Maha Viharaya.
This is also called Japanese Sama Viharaya Walapane.
Agurukaramulla Raja Maha Viharaya (Bodhirajaramaya) is a famous Buddhist temple bringing Buddhists from all over Sri Lanka to Negombo every year. Abhayasekararamaya temple (Podipansala), Sri Sudarshanaramaya, Dutugamunu viharaya and Asapuwa are famous Buddhist temples in the city.
A number of paintings related to angampora are found at Buddhist temples in Sri Lanka. These include Embekka Devalaya, Gadaladeniya Rajamaha Viharaya, Temple of the Tooth, Saman Devalaya (Ratnapura) and Lankathilaka Rajamaha Viharaya.
Divurum Bodhi Viharaya is a well known Buddhist temple located in Ampitiya.
Medawachchiya there four main roads to Horopathana; roads go to 08 km Ralapanawa village in buduras viharaya temple.
Within Bothale Ihalagama is Sri Ghotabhaya Rajamaha Viharaya. Built by King Ghotabhaya, it is one of Sri Lankan's oldest temples.
Mulkirigala Viharaya contains many Kandy era wall paintings based on Jataka stories, such as Wessanthara, Telapatta and Shivi.
This port gradually faded in importance while port Mahathiththa/ Mahathota/ Mantota (now Mantai) located at the mouth of Malvatu oya developed as a key intersection of sea-routes and the Dambakola Patuna Viharaya was lost in time. The Great Chronicle of Sri Lanka, the Mahavamsa and Samanthapaasasdika mention pilgrims coming from "Yonaka" country to Jambukola to worship the Jambukola Viharaya in the ancient times.
It was established by king Buwanekabahu IV, he is said to be the son of Sawulu Vijayabahu. During this time, a Tourist named Iban bathutha came to Sri Lanka and wrote a book about it. The Gadaladeniya Viharaya is the main building made in the Gampola Kingdom period. The Lankatilaka Viharaya is also a main building built in Gampola.
This consists of a rock inscription, Raja Maha Viharaya, tombs, Seemamalakaya, Monastery and Paduma Rahath Viharaya, which has a large reclining Buddha image. There is also a small painted pagoda found inside the cave. Additionally an information centre has been established in this terrace.
The story of the revival of Bellanwila Viharaya is closely linked with Attidiya, a village adjoining Bellanwila. This sacred place was abandoned after the Portuguese invasion of the country’s coastal areas. It was rediscovered by an adventurous monk known as Thengodagedara Hamuduruwo, who is said to be the founder of Galauda Viharaya.
The temple on the Denawaka and Kehelbaddala river basin was called Dronawakka Viharaya during the reign of King Vijayabahu I. The Nampotha (a book written in the Kandy period about important Buddhist centers) mentions this temple in its 203rd entry as Denawaka Viharaya, now known as Aramunapola Viharaya. This latest renaming is credited to monks who arrived from Arammanadesh in Myanmar. The Pelmadulla divisional secretariat was established according to the sixth chapter of the Boundary Determination Act (no 22/1955) which was issued in 1955, as an assistant government agent division. Since then, the region has seen a marked increase in Grama Niladhari divisions:
The king added more stories to the Lovamahapaya constructed by King Dutugamunu, turning it into a seven story building. and renovated the stupa in Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya.
One of Sri Lanka's largest kaolin deposits is in Boralesgamuwa. The Bellanwila Rajamaha Viharaya is very close to the Boralesgamuwa town.