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Initially, the administration of justice at village level was the responsibility of village assemblies, which usually consisted of the elders of the village. These administrative units were further divided into smaller units called rata. Under these conditions, rain fed cultivation was difficult, forcing early settlers to develop means to store water in order to maintain a constant supply of water for their cultivations.

However, it was not until the reign of Dutthagamani — BC that the whole country was unified under the Anuradhapura Kingdom. However, he too accommodated Theravada teachings after the population rebelled against him. Retrieved 17 September 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.

Nuwara wewa and Tissa Wewa reservoirs were constructed a century later. These constructions contributed immensely to the improvement of agriculture 0 the northern and eastern parts of the dry zone. Single combat between the opposing kings or commanders, mounted apndu elephants, often decided the outcome of the battle.

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He regained his throne after defeating these invaders one by one and unified the country again under his rule. Large ponds were attached to some monasteries, such as the Kuttam Pokuna twin pond. He constructed hermitages, 155 for the poor, cemeteries, and irrigation tanks.


History of Sri Lanka Sinhala Kingdom. Notable standing Buddha statues dating from the Anuradhapura period include the ones at AvukanaMaligavila and Buduruvagala.

Anuradhapura Kingdom

Little evidence exists on the Jetavana fraternity which was established after the Jetavanaramaya was built, later than the other two.

Siegesoften lasting several months, were common during warfare. Stupas were built enshrining an object of worship. Both these have been written during the last two centuries of the Anuradhapura period. A Comprehensive History of Sri Lanka. Currency was often used for settling judicial fines, taxes and payments for goods [N 5] or services. Among the reservoirs constructed during the reign of Vasabha, Mahavilacchiya and Nocchipotana reservoirs both have circumferences of about 2 miles 3.

Statue making, most noticeably statues of the Buddhawas an art perfected by the Sri Lankan sculptors during the Anuradhapura Kingdom.

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The primary tax of this period was named bojakapati grain tax and charged for land used for cultivation. Some kings, such as Sanghabodhi — and Voharika Tissa — were lenient in this aspect, while rulers like Ilanaga 33—43 and Jetthatissa I — were harsher. Book Category Portal WikiProject.

Chola occupation of Anuradhapura. Since the 3rd century, these sluices, made of brick and stone, were placed at various levels in the embankments of reservoirs. Good articles Use dmy dates from June Pajdu Indian English from June All Wikipedia articles written in Indian English Pages using infobox country or infobox former country with the flag caption or type parameters Former country articles categorised by government type Articles containing Sinhalese-language text Articles containing Tamil-language text CS1 Sinhala-language sources si Sri Lanka articles missing geocoordinate data All articles needing coordinates.

The person who was in possession of the Tooth Relic would be the rightful ruler of the country. By the end of the Anuradhapura Kingdom, large Hindu temples such as the Konesvaram temple had been constructed. This association was initially with the Mahavihara sect, but by the middle of the 1st century BC, the Abhayagiri sect had also begun to have a close link to the ruling of the country.


The administration of taxes was the 0668 of Badagarikathe king’s treasurer. These were assigned for guarding the capital and the royal palace. During the reign of Mahasen, the Alahara canal was widened and lengthened to supply water to the newly constructed Minneriya tankwhich covered 4, acres The name was padnu derived from the city’s establishment on the auspicious asterism called Anura. This relationship was further strengthened during Dutthagamani’s reign.

Four dynasties have ruled the kingdom from its founding to oandu ending.

Particularly Indian merchant communities living near ports such as Mahatittha and Gokanna were followers of Hinduism and Hindu temples were constructed in these areas. Another invasion occurred inand the country fell under the control of six rulers from South India. Rulers such as DutthagamaniValagambaand Dhatusena are noted for defeating the South Indians and regaining control of the kingdom.

Representing the Theravada teachings, it remained strictly conventional throughout the Anuradhapura Kingdom.

The panddu ceremonies and rituals associated with kingship began during the reign of Devanampiya Tissa, [43] under the influence of Ashoka of India. Retrieved from ” https: Several kings, most notably Vasabha and Mahasenabuilt large reservoirs and canals, which created a vast and complex irrigation network in the Rajarata area throughout the Anuradhapura period.