Maha Saman Devalaya or the Great Saman Temple also called Sumana Saman Devalaya is a shrine dedicated to deity Saman, situated at Ratnapura, Sri Lanka who is the presiding deity of the Sri Pada Mountain(Adam's Peak) which is also called Samanthakuta meaning the mountain of Saman which is believed to have the left foot impression of Lord Buddha which he kept in his visit to Sri Lanka.

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  • Maha Saman Devalaya or the Great Saman Temple also called Sumana Saman Devalaya is a shrine dedicated to deity Saman, situated at Ratnapura, Sri Lanka who is the presiding deity of the Sri Pada Mountain(Adam's Peak) which is also called Samanthakuta meaning the mountain of Saman which is believed to have the left foot impression of Lord Buddha which he kept in his visit to Sri Lanka. (en)
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  • King Parakramabahu II
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  • Esala Perahara
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  • Maha Saman Devalaya
  • මහා සමන් දේවාලය
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  • Maha Saman Devalaya or the Great Saman Temple also called Sumana Saman Devalaya is a shrine dedicated to deity Saman, situated at Ratnapura, Sri Lanka who is the presiding deity of the Sri Pada Mountain(Adam's Peak) which is also called Samanthakuta meaning the mountain of Saman which is believed to have the left foot impression of Lord Buddha which he kept in his visit to Sri Lanka. (en)
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  • Maha Saman Devalaya (en)
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