Yudaganava Rajamaha Viharaya is located in Buttala area of Uva province. This is the place where King Dutugemunu and Saddhatissa fought in the 161st century BC. This is the first place where King Dutugemunu stayed with his troops during the First War in the North, on his way north from Magama. Mahanaga Raja Magama established the kingdom and built the Chulangani Vihara complex.
According to the construction, this can be seen as a Chulangani Vihara complex due to the Dagaba, Bodhi Vihara, rest houses and monasteries of the monks.
This is one of the largest stupas in Sri Lanka and the circumference of this stupa is 1038 feet. This dagoba is still being maintained. There is an inscription made by King Keerthi Sri Nissankamalla and it is still preserved.
The temple near this Dagaba was built by King Sri Wickrama Rajasinha in the 18th century. Here you can see sculptures and Buddha statues belonging to the Kandy era. The historic Yudagana Wewa was built by King Mahanaga in the 2nd / 3rd centuries BC. It fulfills the concept of "Wewai, dagobai, gamai and pansalai". Historical palaces, waterways, sculptures, carvings and other historical relics can be seen at the Yudaganawa Temple.