About Dhanigala

Trip Type: Scenic, Cultural , Historical, Hiking
Location: Maduruoya, Polonnaruwa District, Sri Lanka
Co-ordinations: 7.6810614,81.2157365
Elevation: 280 m
Public Transportation: From Gampola>Gampola>Hemmathagama Bus route
Nearest Bus Stop: Aralaganwila bus Stand
Privet Transportation: From Aralaganwila>Manampitiya>Aralaganwila>Maduru Oya road>Kandegama Kanda Lena Viharaya

Polonnaruwa is considered to be one of the country’s most sacred cities due to the large number of Buddhist temples that can be found throughout the old city. Some of the locals in Polonnaruwa have experienced multiple encounters with extraterrestrials, and some have witnessed them more than once. Mountains and peaks of Sri Lanka are excellent tourist sites for both locals and visitors from across the world, especially in the North Central Province, Southern Province, and Central Province. The majority of summits and peaks are quite ecologically diverse and rich in biological diversity. The peak can be reached via a route that runs from Chilaw to Dehiaththakandiya. Then it was on to Kandegama. When viewed from above, the mountain appears to be a strange mountain with strange features. It has been reported by the villagers that there are some unusual lights that are falling apart during the night. However, because of the mountain’s geographic location as well as its appearance, it is a possibility that may occur.
There have been a number of events in the past, the most of which are quite unusual and implausible. At Aralaganvila, meteorites have rained down on the town in the recent past. In addition, the Dimbulagala temple is a well-known landing spot for space crafts. The “Dhanigala Mountain” is a well-known space station for spaceships and other spacecraft. Recently, a team of nature enthusiasts launched a drone camera above this mountain, and the image obtained by the drones was nothing short of incredible. the fact that there was a clean circle-shaped space on top of the mountain, and the rest of it was covered with plants and trees

Polonnaruwa is considered to be one of the country’s most sacred cities due to the large number of Buddhist temples that can be found throughout the old city. When viewed from above, the mountain appears to be a strange mountain with strange features. At Aralaganvila, meteorites have rained down on the town in the recent past. The “Dhanigala Mountain” is a well-known space station for spaceships and other spacecraft. There have been a number of events in the past, the most of which are quite unusual and implausible.

Where is It?

Dhanigala is located in “Kandegama” in Aralaganwila city, which is part of the Polonnaruwa district and is part of the Anuradhapura district. Kandegama archaeological site is located in the rear of the Kandegama ancient temple, which is also known as the Kandegama archaeological site. The elevation of Dhanigala is around 500 meters above sea level. The mountain appears to be in the shape of a circle from the front.
Although it appears to be a circular section of mountain, it is actually a small section of a large range that serves as the northern pillar of the Maduruoya dam. There are seven ponds in this mountain range, as well as a mystery cave with murals, which we decided to leave for another day. When we looked eastward, we were greeted by the most breathtaking panorama, and I hoped that we had tented on top of the hill so that we could witness a spectacular sunrise over the eastern shore of Sri Lanka. From this vantage point, one could readily see the northernmost, easternmost, and westernmost provinces of Sri Lanka. As a result of the dry season, there were no water springs on top of the hill, and during the North โ€“ East monsoons, there may be a few elephants walking around who love grazing on newly emerging grass.

The elevation of Dhanigala is around 500 meters above sea level. The mountain appears to be in the shape of a circle from the front. From this vantage point, one could readily see the northernmost, easternmost, and westernmost provinces of Sri Lanka.

In this mountain, there is a beautiful waterfall to enjoy. Despite the fact that the mountain is not very tall, there are a few springs that flow over the mountain and down to the woodland path below the mountain. With the brilliant blue sky and visibility all the way to the eastern sea, we were able to see the famed Thoppigala mountain range, as well as the nearby Dimbulagala mountain range, the Ritigala mountain range, and the Maduruoya reservoir. The summit of the mountain resembles a little plain, with three plants and trees dotted around it. On the approach to the mountain’s southwestern corner, you’ll pass a natural water spring that emerges from the rocky plain. It is only a little waterfall, yet it cascades into a massive torrent that flows to the temple side. From the summit of the mountain, you can also see the Kandegama temple.

The summit of the mountain resembles a little plain, with three plants and trees dotted around it. Natural water spring cascades into a massive torrent that flows to the Kandegama temple. From the summit, you can see the Thoppigala mountain range, as well as the nearby Dimbulagala mountain ranges.

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