Gampola Era

Gampola era commences in 14th century and there can be seen remains of many sculptures, engravings and carvings than the remains found in Dabadeniya era. Among them one may observe the Buddha statues, “bosath” statues, hyphothical secular images, moonstone, boarder Read More …

Kurunegala Era

Kurunegala became the main ruling center of the country after shifting from Yapahuwa at the latter part of the 13th century. There were several kings ruled Kurunegala, however the notable king out of them is the king Parakramabahu iv. Only Read More …

Dambadeniya Era

When the South Indian invader Kalinga Magha conquered the Polonnaruwa city in 1215 A.D., the royals, chieftains and other inhabitants rejected the policy of continuous harassment and unjust ruling of Magha and moved towards the southwest and formed administrative units Read More …