Delgamuwa Rajamaha Viharaya is situated in Ratnapura in Sri Lanka. This is an ancient Buddhist temple that is recorded to be the hiding place of the tooth relic of Buddha for 40 years which is during the ruling period of Portuguese in Sri Lanka.
Delgamuwa Rajamaha Viharaya has been now declared as one of the archeological sites in Sri Lanka. This is a very important Viharaya for the Buddhists because this is the place where the tooth relic was hidden for 40 long years. This Viharaya has records back from the time of the Sitawaka kingdom in Sri Lanka.
During the Portuguese reign, the tooth relic was taken to King Mayadunna of Sitawaka for protection. Then the king out of fear for the Portuguese hid it at the Delgamuwa Rajamaha Viharaya and sensing the danger he made replicas of the Tooth Relics in ivory. He then kept them in the place of the original and hid the original tooth relic in a grinding stone.
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