Ravanasura Palace In Sri Lanka


The birthplace of Sita is disputed. The Sita Kund pilgrimage site which is located in present-day Sitamarhi district, Bihar, India is viewed as the birthplace of Sita. Apart from Sitamarhi, Janakpur, which is located in the present-day Province No. 2, Nepal, is also described as Sita’s birthplace.

Is there any Ravana temple in Sri Lanka?

Is there any temple of Ravana in Sri Lanka? Koneswaram Temple is one such temple complex that was built by Ravana in Trincomalee. It is believed Ravana and his mother used to worship Lord Shiva at this temple.

Was Sigiriya built by Ravana?

According to the Palm Leaf Book (Puskola Potha) of Ravana Watha (Ravana Story) the architect of the Sigiriya was a Danava called Maya Danava. He built up Sigiriya on the instructions given by King Visthavasa (Vishravasamuni) the father of Ravana.

Do Sri Lankans worship Ravana?

It is believed that Ravana is worshipped in some parts of Sri Lanka. Koneswaram Temple in Trincomalee is a Hindu temple in Eastern Province in Sri Lanka where Ravana and his mother are worshipped.

Where was Sita in Lanka?

Sita stayed at Ashoka Vatika until the end of the epic battle between Rama and Ravana, which resulted in the destruction of Ravana himself and most of this clan. Much of the Ashoka Vatika was destroyed by Hanuman when he first visited Lanka searching for Sita.

Where is Ravana’s Lanka now?

This island would therefore lie more than 160 km (100 mi) southwest of present-day country of Sri Lanka. The most original of all the existing versions of Valmiki’s Ramayana also suggest the location of Ravana’s Lanka to be in the western Indian Ocean.

Who owned Lanka before Ravana?

According to both the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, Lanka was originally ruled by a rakshasa named Sumali.

Where did Ravana kept Sita?

Ashok Vatika
Ashok Vatika Is situated near the Hakgala Botanical Garden, close to the Resort City of Nuwara Eliya. This area is prominently known as Seetha Eliya, Ashok Vatika is the place where Maa Sita was kept as captive by the Demon King Ravana after her abduction from Dandakaranya. in the epic Ramayana.

What language did Ravana speak?

The usage of Tamil or Sanskrit by the priests at these Shiva temples implied that Ravana may have been fluent both in Tamil and Sanskrit, though Ramayana was composed in Sankrit. Upon a consideration of Ravana’s association with the sages especially with sage Agasthiyar in addition to his being a musician.

What is Ravana called in Sri Lanka?

Many in Sri Lanka believe that Ravana was a benevolent king and a scholar. Some Indian scriptures also describe him as Maha Brahmana, which means a great Brahmin or a great scholar.


Ravana carried off Sita, Rama’s beautiful wife, to his kingdom, and, in the course of the search, Lord Hanuman made a great leap across the seas. His superhuman bound carried him from the southernmost tip of India into the land of Lanka, now known as Sri Lanka.


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