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Dalada Maluwa

Polonnaruwa, Polonnaruwa, Ancient Central, Sri Lanka.
Location : Polonnaruwa
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This is an elevated area in the Polonnaruwa Sacred City which many Buddhist buildings are situated, which include the Hetadage of Nissanga Malla (1187-1196), Atadage of King Vijayabahu I (1070-1110), Vatadage (The Stupa-house)
Image of Boddhisathwa, Thuparama, Oth-pilimaya, Galpotha (Stone book), Sathmahal Pasada (seven-storey building) and Nissanka Latha Mandapaya.
The entrance to the Dalada Maluwa is through stone steps. Left to these steps is a stone slab with three carved figures: A man pointing towards the Dalada Maluwa, a crow and a dog. This is said to inform the people who come to worship the tooth relic that anybody who acts disrespectfully in the sacred area will be reborn as crows and dogs.

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