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These poor Elephants, Narikai and Aliya, are forced to stand all da in shackles for people to walk by and take pictures with them. They are kept away from each other and kept on hard concrete in confinement, with little access to fresh food and...More
Yet another HUGE temple & religious site - decency of dress is important here to respect their religious views - large crowds at this Hindu temple having their baskets & plates of food blessed-it is interesting to see how such a cross section of ages...More
Kande Vihara Temple is very famous among the Sri Lankan's for Poojas to (Pay tribute) to Devotees (Mainly Hindu devotees). There is a Main Bikku training center (Pirivena) in this sacred place to serving Buddhist Dhamma. You should go there morning or evening time because...More
While the Buddha sits beautifully the chained (2 chained feet) elephant which can barely move was a really distressing site totally incompatible with Buddhist tenets. An experience which should have been enlightening and soul nurturing proved to be totally upsetting
This is a major Buddhist in the Kalutara area, and on our visit, our driver organised a guide for us, who took us into along chamber, that had paintings of the 16 dreams that King Pasenadi Kosol had in 1 night, he was very informative,...More
Kande viharaya temple located at Aluthgama is another tourist attraction that you may get astound of the tourism of sri lanka. The name of this sacred place means ‘Mountain Temple. The temple gains most of its current fame, not from its historical elements; but from...More