Lenagala Viharaya is located in the Karawanella area in the Kegalle District of the Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. It is a very old cave temple built to preserve the uniqueness of the natural beauty of the place. This is the largest and most beautiful of the drip-lined cave temples.

The largest inscription in Brahmi script can also be seen in this temple which was built to preserve the uniqueness of the natural beauty. This temple also has the second tallest stone doorway in Sri Lanka. There are about 28 stone caves near the temple premises.

History : Also, according to the historical evidence found here, this land is important as an event organized by the King's Army to provide security to King Walagamba. The history, the paintings and the sculptures, the location, the environment and all the elements of a temple are so well arranged.

Route: You can go to Lenagala Cave Temple by following the Waraka Polin Karawanella Road in the Kegalle District of the Sabaragamuwa Province and then you can reach this temple via the Galapita Madin Kotiya Kumbura Road.


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