Temple Of The Tooth Museum

Posted on February 12, 2018
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Temple Of The Tooth Museum

Sanctuary of the Tooth Museum (essentially known as Sri Dalada Museum) is a historical center of the Temple of the Tooth. It is situated on the first and the second floors wing of the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, Sri Lanka.

The main floor has verifiable records, arrangements of the Chief Prelates, arrangements of Kandyan Kings and the representation busts, and so forth. The second floor has chronicled antiques and religious things, for example, coffins, statues gems, and so forth. It has outstanding things, for example, silver water pot offered by ruler Kirti Sri Rajasimha, silver hanging light offered by lord Rajadhi Rajasimha, painted imitation of Buddha’s Foot Print sent by lord Borom Kot of Thailand and one of a kind Relic Casket containing substantial relics of the immense Thera Moggliputta. Additionally, the historical center has dresses and articles of clothing of King Keerthi Sri Rajasinha including lord’s head cover, chest piece (Manthe), Karavaniya (cotton fabric wear over the pant), cotton shirt, Saravale (pant) and tissue.

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