Isipathanaramaya Temple is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Located in Havelock Town it was built in 1916 by Duenuge Disan Pedris, a wealthy merchant, in memory of his only son Henry Pedris who was executed by British officials for alleged incitement of racial riots in 1915, which were proven false. The temple was constructed on a 2 ha (4.9 acres) property that Pedris had purchased in 1905.
Peaceful place. Only temple in Colombo with a such a calm atmosphere.
Peaceful place for the urban community. Old temple with great art and carvings.
The temple everyone should visit. :-) great place for meditation
Peaceful place and great for meditation
Quite and calm place. Good to visit if you are passing by.
peaceful place. good sunday school. old temple.