Laying of sand at the Ruwanwelimaha seya after 2000 years

Saturday, 11 February 2017 - 15:02

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The central cultural fund and the department of archaeology have decided to preserve the court yard of the Ruwanweli Maha seya by laying sand after over 2000 years.

According to the director general of the central cultural fund Prishantha Gunawardena, the customary function will take place tomorrow.


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