Uduwara Shailathalarama Viharaya

Not to be confused with Galagoda Shailathalarama Viharaya

Uduwara Shailathalarama Viharaya
Sri Shailathalarama Viharaya (Sinhala: උඩුවර ශ්‍රී ශෙෙලතලාරාම විහාරය) is a Buddhist temple situated on the bank of Kalu Ganga river in Uduwara-Anguruwatota village in Kalutara District, Sri Lanka.

This temple was established in 2434 B.E. [(1890 A.D.) Katupotha, 2011]. The image house which displays architectural features of both Buddhist and Christian traditions has been built in 2444 B.E. [(or 1901 A.D.) Katupotha, 2011].

Uduwara Shailathalarama Viharaya Uduwara Shailathalarama Viharaya
1) Katupotha, J., 2011. Cultural and Historical Monuments and Protected Resources of Archaeological Significance in the Lower Kalu Ganga Basin, Sri Lanka. Conference Paper. National Archaeological Symposium 2011. pp.197-213.

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This page was last updated on 8 November 2023

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