This is a place with a lot of Daruma carvings located in the village of Ambakka in the Kandy District. It is said that this was done by King Wickramabahu III who ruled Gampola for the god Kataragama. It was created by the Delmada archaeologists in the 14th century.
Several architectural features of the Ambakke temple. Of those:
- "Wadasitina Maligaya"
- "Palle Dewalaya"
- "Vee Atuwa"
Of these, Wahalkada and Digge are important works of art. This extension is known as the "Hewitt Pavilion"Hevisi Mandapaya".
It has 32 wooden pillars built on a high rectangular platform. There are 128 panel carvings on its four sides. The starting point of this pillar is square and can be seen about 3 feet. From there it takes on an octagonal shape about a foot. The four-panel panel, followed by an octagonal shape, is then square-shaped.
The gateway is designed as the main entrance to the Ambakke Devale. It is a rectangular building with 10 wooden pillars and 40 panels. These poles are similar to long poles.
Woods such as pihimbia, kaluwara and gammalu have been used for the Daruma design of the Ambakke temple. Different themes are rooted in the carvings that are half and slightly elevated.
- Imaginary Animal Images - Gajasinghe, Bherunda Bird, Taurus Dwarf, Sarapendiya
- Animal Designs - Lion, Swan
- Imaginary Human Images - Moonlight, Narilatha
- People's Life Opportunities - Wrestling, Drumming, Breastfeeding, Equestrian
- Wall Designs and Floral Designs - Kundirikkan, Arimbuwa, Galbinduwa, Lotus Flower