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Advanced technology was required for the planning and construction of large reservoirs and canals.
The Springs of Sinhala Civilization. During the reign of Mahasen, the Alahara canal was widened and lengthened to supply water to the newly constructed Minneriya tankwhich covered 4, acres Most of these verses are describing or even addressed to the female figures depicted in the frescoes of Sigiriya.
He has written several books on the country and its history. Outline Index Bibliography Timeline Years Chola occupation of Anuradhapura. During the times of Vasabha, Mahasena — and Dhatusena, the construction of large irrigation tanks and canals was given priority. Sri Lankan Monastic Architecture.
Customs, traditions and moral principles based on Buddhism were used as the bases of law. Founded by King Pandukabhaya in BC, the kingdom’s authority extended throughout the country, although several independent areas emerged from time to time, which grew more numerous towards the end of the kingdom.
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Both these have been written during the last two centuries of the Anuradhapura period. The first reference in historical sources to any written work is about 80 BC, but both Sinhala and Pali literature existed pxndu two centuries before this, if not earlier.
However, the king had to exercise this power with care and after consulting with his advisers.
Construction of large scale reservoirs began in the 1st century AD under the direction of Vasabha. These administrative units were further divided into smaller units called rata. These reservoirs were enlarged in subsequent years by various rulers.
Archived from the original on 3 August From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. During the early stages, the Anuradhapura Kingdom did not have a strong regular army except for a small body of soldiers. These were assigned for guarding the capital and the royal palace. Particularly Indian merchant communities living near ports such as Mahatittha and Gokanna were followers of Hinduism and Hindu temples were constructed in these areas.
The primary tax of this period was named bojakapati grain tax and charged for land used for cultivation.
The construction of the Kala wewacovering an area of 6, acres Villages were usually concentrated around irrigation reservoirs to enable easy access to water for agriculture. The Story of Lanka. Little evidence exists on the Jetavana fraternity which was established after the Jetavanaramaya was built, later than the other two. Vasabha constructed 11 tanks and 12 canals,  Mahasen constructed 16 tanks and a large canal,  and Dhatusena built 18 tanks.
The carvings at Isurumuniya are some of the best examples of the stone carving art pandh the Anuradhapura Kingdom. He constructed hermitages, houses for the poor, cemeteries, and irrigation tanks. This relationship was further strengthened during Dutthagamani’s reign. Soon afterwards, the bhikkhuni Sanghamitta arrived from India in order to establish the Bhikkhuni sasana order of nuns in the country. Throughout the history of Sri Lanka, Ruhuna served as a base for resistance movements.
Weapons and tools of iron and steel were 115 in large scale for the military. Nonetheless, the king of Anuradhapura was seen as the supreme ruler of the country throughout the Anuradhapura period.
However, it too was receptive to new and more liberal views regarding Buddhism.
The Story of Ceylon. Paintings from a cave at Hindagala date back to pand late Anuradhapura period, and may even belong to the same period as the Sigiriya paintings. These stone columns can be seen in several buildings such as the Lovamahapaya brazen palace. Lime mortar was used for plastering walls. The construction of this network is also attributed to Dhatusena. Large ponds were attached to some monasteries, such as the Kuttam Pokuna twin pond.
However, it was not until the reign of Dutthagamani — BC that the whole country was unified under the Anuradhapura Kingdom.
All these statues are carved out of rock. Houses stood immediately below the reservoir embankment, between the water and the paddy fields below. The construction of stupas was noticeable not only during the Anuradhapura Kingdom but throughout the history of Sri Lanka. The Toluvila statue is similar to this, 1 dates to the later stages of the Anuradhapura Kingdom.