Sacred Relics of the Buddha to be displayed at Temple Trees from Today


The public Exposition of the Sacred Relics of Guathama Buddha brought from Saranath Mulaghandha kuti temple in India and Taxila Pakistan began at Temple Trees last afternoon after a special ceremony attended by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. Buddhist artifacts brought from Nepal and Bhutan too will be on display alongside the Siyatha Buddha Rashmi Vesak Festival, Organised by Hunupitiya Gangarama Temple in association with the Prime Ministers Office. Relics enshrined at Mulagandhakuti Viharaya in Sarnath, India and the Relics enshrined at the Taxila Museum in Punjab were brought to Sri Lanka on Saturday. The public will have the opportunity to pay homage to the Sacred Relics until 4 pm on May 2.

Siyatha TV of Voice of Asia Network (Pvt) Ltd will be broadcasting the exclusive Media coverage of the event as the Official media partner during the 4 days of this religious event comprising of special television programs and activities taking place in the area.

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