karagala padmawathi pirivena

karagala padmawathi pirivena

There have been many local and foreign educational institutions in Sri Lanka who have been fed Buddhism for a long time.
During the Rajarata Civilization, the Maha Viharaya and Abhayagiriya were the leading Buddhist educational institutes in the country, where both local and foreign student monks studied.

The Kotte Dynasty was a period of great service rendered for the advancement of Buddhist education in the country.
The reign of King Parakramabahu VI (1415-1467 AD)
This is considered the “Golden Age of Sinhala Literature”.
The main factor that led to this was the development of Buddhist educational institutions in the country and the emergence of lay intellectuals and literate people.

Some of the Pirivenas built during the reign of Parakramabahu VI ..

* Keragala Padmavathi Pirivena
* Pepiliyana Sunethradevi Pirivena
* Totagamu Vijayaba Pirivena
* Vidagama Sri Gnananda Pirivena.

The Keragala Padmavathi Pirivena is situated close to the Henegama town of Gangabada Paththu in Siyane Korale in Gampaha District. The services rendered by the Keragala Padmavathi Pirivena for the enrichment of Sinhala literature are immense.
He holds the post of Parivartan Pirivena
Venerable Waratana Sangharaja Thero.
It was around 1415 – 1425 AD.

Hansa Sandeshaya is the main source of information on the Keragala Padmavathi Pirivena.
It was written by Ven. Veedagama Maithri Thero to the Ven. Keragala Wanaratana Thera.

The swan is the symbol of purity. Vidagama Maithree Thero, by choosing the Swan as the Apostle, shows the pure purpose of writing this letter.
That is, the blessing from God to protect Parakramabahu VI, the last united nation in the country.
Vedagama Thero has been entrusted with this task to Ven. Keragala Wanaratana Thera.
Pirith chanting for Saman, Vibhishana, Upulwan and Kataragama gods
Ven. Vidagama Thera had hoped that the deity would receive the blessings of the deities.

The “Keragala Vanuma” of the Hansa Sandeshaya is a genuine compliment. It symbolizes the beauty, prosperity and prosperity of Keragala.

These Pirivenas who have contributed to produce a generation of clergy and intellectual students who have gone from Kotte era to the present, have lived there for many years …..

 

 

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