Ratna Prasad is located in the famous Abhayagiri complex. It dates back to the era of King Kanita Tisa. His Reign Built during the Anuradhapura period in the 1st century AD, it was specially built for Abhayagiri monks. Ratna Prasada was established in the 8th century under King Mahinda II and is one of Sri Lanka’s greatest historical thrones. Evidence suggests that this version had a golden Buddha image.
However, after the invasion of the site by South Indian invaders, it was rebuilt in the late 8th century under the auspices of the Second Army.
The priests formed a separate sect from the Mahavihara monks. This is a non-traditional Mahayana sect established during the reign of King Walagamba in the 1st century BC. Abhayagiri eventually became a large and prosperous institution attracting more followers than the traditional Theravada. Whatever it is, what we do know is that Ratna Felicity was once a huge building, often with multiple floors.
Like this classic Stella, the artwork is presented with astonishing precision. It is a cobra, physical, divine or semi-divine. The Nagas were often recognized as an entire tribe that lived before the Aryan conquest, but eventually became extinct. In the end, the role of the cobras and their serpent-based culture became gracious stewards of water sources. The humanoid Naga has a spectacular Naga Naga hat around his head like a reptile’s mouth. He has a custom bow in one hand and an elaborate vessel in his other hand.There is no description of the guardian stone. Ratna Prasada is another important place in Sri Lankan Buddhist history.