Kalutara Pulinatalarama Viharaya

Kalutara Pulinatalarama Viharaya
Kalutara Pulinatalarama Viharaya (Photo credit: H.T. Brehmer, Google Street View)

Pulinatalarama Viharaya (Sinhala: උතුරු කළුතර පුලිනතලාරාම විහාරය) is a Buddhist temple situated in Kalutara-North, Sri Lanka.

According to locals, the history of Pulinatalarama Viharaya goes back to the early part of the 18th century. The Stupa of this temple has been constructed in 1872. A few paintings done by the renowned painter M. Sarlis (1875 - 1955) are found in the image house.

A protected site
The ancient Buddha shrine of the Pulinathalarama Viharaya in the Grama Niladhari Division Kalutara North, in the Kalutara Divisional Secretary’s Division is an archaeological protected monument, declared by a government gazette notification published on 22 November 2002.

1) The Gazette of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. No: 1264. 22 November 2002.

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This page was last updated on 7 February 2023

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