Golden Statue of Loard Buddah
The historic Katarangala Raja Maha Viharaya is very famous even in the country due to the statue of Dambaran Samadhi Buddha which is the gaze of the great Indunil who is buried in this land. When the Lord Buddha was present, the Randena Buddha statues were erected by the Malla Kings to burn his body.
Another view is that Dambu + rung = Dambu, because of the gold burned. I have heard from the Most Venerable Thero that four Buddha statues had arisen from the four sides of the Buddha's body when he was cremated and cremated. It is said that four such statues were brought to Sri Lanka by Lord Maliyadeva when he visited Sri Lanka. Another theory is that he carried six statues of Dambarang with four statues and two statues.
However, it is widely acknowledged that four statues of Randena had taken place. It is well known that the statue of Lord Maliyadeva who visited Sri Lanka was the fourth statue in Wattarama Malimahapaya Vihara, Kothmale Pussalpitiye Viharaya, Matara Kumburulena Viharaya and Sarasapaththupavu Hallo Uwe Katarangala Vihara. It is said that the statue of Dambarang in the Hanguranketha Madanwala Vihara and the Padiyapelella Morapaya Viharaya are the same statues that were taken by Maliyadeva.