In addition to the main cave in which the temple is located, a large number of insulated caves located in the Mahagal Pavil. In the meantime, a stone slab polished by some mortar, which had been parallel to the earth in time. The paintings on which the paintings are supposed to have been faded have been blurred and the top of the Buddha's body, which has been raised on the level of its chemical properties, is visible. Officials of the Department of Archeology, who conducted the study, said that since the stone slab was vertical in the past, the paintings have been painted and the collapse has changed the way they look today.
In the adjacent areas, such stone slabs are located near the large rock. It is believed that the inscriptions were ready to be inscribed with a few lines and lines. A gentleman from the Department of Archeology who saw the cave said that this is a rare occurrence among the caves in Kandy. That is to say, the best illustration I have seen to show how to prepare the stone before writing the inscriptions is in the Katarangala Viharaya.
It is said that a stone inscription made of Brahmi script was found in the Katarangala Viharaya and it is said to have been inundated by the collapse of the stone slabs. Located about a mile from Katarangala Vehera, four inscriptions on famous dullas are written in Brahmi script. These inscriptions belonging to the earliest times of the Anuradhapura period indicate that the sacred stones were sacrificed by the local royal officials. The three inscriptions used here are read from beginning to end with a "barofty" method.