Wednesday, March 15, 2017

'Sri Pathula', on a rock on the banks of the Sithawaka Oya, Thimbiripola, Avissawella, Sri Lanka.






Therre is a legend among the villagers that one of King Rajasinghe's Queens had a craving to see the Sacred Foot-print on Sri-Pada - Adam's Peak, during her early pregnancy. Since it was an arduous climb to the real site, they took the pregnant Queen, at dead of night in a palanquin, all over the country side. They brought her to this sight before dawn and showed her this foot-print, claiming that this was the sacred foot-print on Sri-Pada.
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