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Statue

 Statues of Load Buddha

Height

Size in Inches

Weight

1

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

6 Inches

-

-

2

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

8 Inches

-

2 Kg

3

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

12 Inches

15x13x5

7Kg

4

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

18 Inches

18x16x9

9Kg

5

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

24 Inches

26x21x12

25Kg

6

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

36 Inches

34x20x16

50Kg

7

Plaster of Paris White/Colour

48 Inches

48x46x22

130Kg

 

 

 

 

 

1

Fiber Glass White/Yellow

6 Inches

-

200g

2

Fiber Glass White/Colour

8 Inches

-

500g

3

Fiber Glass White/Colour

12 Inches

15x13x7

2Kg

4

Fiber Glass White/Colour

18 Inches

18x16x9

2.5Kg

5

Fiber Glass White/Colour

24 Inches

26x21x10

5Kg

6

Fiber Glass White/Colour

36 Inches

36x22x12

20Kg

7

Fiber Glass White/Colour

48 Inches

50x40x19

35Kg

8

Fiber Glass White/Colour

60 Inches

64x53x26

45Kg


Ven. Suriyagoda Sumangala(1879-1939), the first Buddhist monk in Sri Lanka to obtain a B.Litt. degree in English medium  
  The Parama Dhamma Cetiya Pirivena has been publishing many articles, booklets, books, etc. on Buddism and buddhist meditation. Some of which are listed here.

Anapana Sati
Relief
Noble Path
Rahulovada
You Are Responsible
Yahapath Birinda (Good Wife)
Yahapath Samiya (Good Husband)
Dhammadinnawa saha Chula Vedalla Sutraya
Sariyuth Himyan Saha Maha Vedalla Sutraya
Oba Mama (You and Me)
Thisarana
Chaturarya Sathyaya


 
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The Meditation Institute is in a serene atmosphere within the same block of land. It is surely a marvellous place to quieten one's mind. This Institute was built as a gift from Japan on 20th of January 1989. The building( main meditation hall) is a donation from Rev. Dr. Niva Rempo, the Incumbent of Eheiji Temple, Soko Sen Sect, Japan