Buddhangala Raja Maha Viharaya
Buddhangala Temple is a sacred Buddhist site situated at Ampara, Sri Lanka. Established in the second century BC by a provincial Princess named, Chitra;the ruins of a once thriving temple and monastery is found scattered over an area of 200 acres within the jungle. The standing ruins spreading across five rocky mountains scattered with ponds tells the story of a vast hermitage in the days gone by
Buddhangala Monastery is located not far away from Ampara town and Buddhangala dageba is enshrined with relics of Load Buddha and Seriyuth and Mugalan Maha theros.