Buduruwayaya Archaeological Site

Not to be confused with Buduruwagala
Buduruwayaya Archaeological Site
Buduruwayaya Archaeological Site (Photo credit: Yasika Rumesh Senevirathna, Google Street View)

Buduruwayaya (Sinhala: බුදුරුවයාය) is an ancient Buddhist site situated in the southwest corner of Wasgamuwa National Park, near Amban Ganga river in Bakamuna village in Polonnaruwa District, Sri Lanka. 

The history of this site runs back to the early Anuradhapura Period. A large number of monuments including a Stupa built on a raised platform, a reclining Buddha image carved out of living rock and ruined image houses are found scattered all over the site. 

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This page was last updated on 15 January 2023

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