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All these statues pabdu carved out of rock. Samantapasadikaa 5th-century commentary, gives details of complex regulations on the theft of fish. However, from the 8th century to the end of the Anuradhapura Kingdom, there wasn’t much activity in construction of irrigation works.
However, there are no records of women holding any administrative posts. Only three Sinhala books survive from the Anuradhapura period.
These administrative units were further divided into smaller units called rata. Retrieved 17 September One of the most notable events during the Anuradhapura Kingdom was the introduction of Buddhism to the country.
The monks often advised and even guided the king on decisions. Buildings were constructed using timber, bricks and stones.
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These eventually became circular in shape, which were in turn followed by die struck coins. Rice cultivation began around the Malvatu oyaDeduru oya and Mahaweli river and spread throughout the country.
Retrieved from ” https: Retrieved 17 July Founded by King Pandukabhaya in BC, the kingdom’s authority extended throughout the country, although several independent areas emerged from time to time, which grew more numerous towards the end of the kingdom.
Invasions from 115 India were a constant threat throughout the Anuradhapura period. Sugarcane and Sesame were also grown and there are frequent references in classical literature to these agricultural products. The King and his generals led the army from the front during battles, mounted on elephants.
The administration of taxes was the duty of Badagarikathe king’s treasurer. Nuwara wewa and Tissa Wewa reservoirs were constructed a century later.
Particularly Indian merchant communities living near ports such as Mahatittha and Gokanna were followers of Hinduism and Hindu temples were constructed in these areas. Villages were usually concentrated around irrigation reservoirs to enable easy access to water for agriculture.
During the times of Vasabha, Mahasena — and Dhatusena, the construction of large irrigation tanks and canals was given priority. Mahavihara was established immediately after the introduction of Buddhism to the country. RajarataMalaya Rata and Ruhunathe three sections the country was divided into, are also shown. Finger millet was grown as a substitute for rice, particularly in the dry zone of the country.
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Padu kings, most notably Vasabha and Mahasenabuilt large reservoirs and canals, which created a vast and complex irrigation network in the Rajarata area throughout the Anuradhapura period. Elephants and horses were prestige symbols, and could pajdu be afforded by the nobility.
Houses stood immediately below the reservoir embankment, between the water and the paddy fields below. Lime mortar was used for plastering walls.
However, it too was receptive to new and more liberal views regarding Buddhism.
The primary goods exported during the Anuradhapura period are gemstonesspicespearls panvu elephantswhile ceramic waresilksperfumes and wines were imported from other countries.
Hospital complexes have also been found close to monasteries. The Jetavana stupa, constructed by Mahasen, is the largest in the country. The Samadhi statue in Anuradhapura, panxu one of the finest examples of ancient Sri Lankan art,  shows the Buddha in a seated position in deep meditation, and is sculpted from dolomite marble and is datable to the 4th century. The carvings at Isurumuniya are some of the best examples of the stone carving art of the Anuradhapura Kingdom.
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