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Agastaya

Ancient Central, Sri Lanka.
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Also known as statue of Parakramabahu, Agastaya, a rock sculpture built in the 12th century, is situated with the Potgul Vihara in the southern part of the town.
It is one of the key attractions in Polonnaruwa and the statue is a huge 12th Century AD rock sculpture. Historians have failed so far to establish to who depicts in this statue whether it is of King Parakramabahu I or Agastaya.
A barefoot figure clad only in sarong stands out of the rock from which he was carved. His broad face has a look of seriousness and he is holding a sacred manuscript from which he appears to be reading aloud.

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