Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte Sri LankaJayawardenepura Kotte Sri Lanka
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Kolonnawa, the northeast through Kotikawatta-Mulleriyawa Pradeshiya Sabha, the east through Kaduwela Council, the southeast through Maharagama Council, the west through Colombo Council, which is the trading centre of Sri Lanka. 1391, after the Jaffna Kingdom was conquered by Prince Sapumal (Sembahap Perumal), Kotte received the nickname "Sri Jayawardhanapura" ("shining town of increasing victory").
She became the capitol of the old kingdom of Kotte, which she kept until the end of the sixteenth cenury. Today, one of the places from which the lanterite boulders were quarried is still on the grounds of Ananda Sasthralaya (a community school). Sixty Buddhist bhikkus lived in the five-storey "Arama", with a sangha Raja (a high priest) as main author.
Kotavehara in Baddagana, the city's only Buddha style Temple outside the ditch and fortifications. As similar towns of that time, Sri Jayawardhanapura was constructed with safety in view. Kotte's urbanization began again in the 19 th cent. In the last few years of the Kotte period, the Baddegana Road and Pita Kotte were used as a place for rest and fighting for Portugese troops, and liquor was banished from the royal town.
Colombo, the former capitol, is still in the midst of a transformation towards a new state. Kotte Sri Jayawardenepura is situated in the southeast of Colombo. Kotte City Development Board was founded in the 1930' with a contemporary edifice in Rajagiriya. Successor was the City Councillor of Kotte, who had moved a large part of his territory away and marked on the district Colombo Municipal Councillor of Borella, while the City Councillor of Battaramulla was disbanded and a small part of Battaramulla on the City Councillor of Kotte.
In 1997 the city council of Kotte became the city council of Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, with Chandra Silva as first mayor. The Municipal Council (MMC) consists of 20 members chosen by proportionality. The Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious city center. Nugegoda's only central train depot is on the Kelani Valley Line.
Nugegoda also has the central stop for busses. There' re side booths at Pita Kotte. The area is easily accessible by busses and there is a CTB coach station in Udahamulla. Sri Jayawardenapura Medical Center, located in Madivela, is a present from the Japan Ministry.
In Kotte there are a number of state and privately run colleges. These are either "National Schools" (operated by the Federal Council; Main Schools President's College, Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte), "Government Schools" (operated by the Provincial Councils), semi-public/private primary and secondary education or institutional education (operated by trust and individual; Gateway College Colombo is an example of the second grade of the school).
Sri Jayawardenepura Maha Vidyalaya, formerly known as Christian College, in Pita Kotte is the oldest English language college on the Isle. Pita Kotte's Ananda Sastralaya is the oldest Buddha schools in the town, and Anula Vidyalaya, Nugegoda, is the largest girl Buddha schools in South Asia with over 5000 schoolchildren.
The public libraries are favourably situated in Nugegoda and Rajagiriya. The Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte is characterised by a rain forest rain forest with small temperature fluctuations during the year. As none of the mean rainfall per month drops below 60 mm (2. 4 in), Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte is classified as a tropic rain forest.
It is the most favourite sports in this part of the town and in the countryside and is usually practised on the premises around the town. Formerly the most beloved sports in the Colombo area, federation soccer was replaced by the game of crime after 1980. But when the site was demolished by the JR Jayawardene government in the early 1970' s, the teams vanished.
During the 90s, the municipal council of Kotte built the Chandra Silva Stadium to substitute the EW Perera site. With the support of the Ministry of Urban Development, in 2007 the municipality finished the first phase of the new Chandra Silva Stadium on the site of a garbage disposal site behind the HSBC premises.
You can ride in the Premadasa Equestrian School in Nugegoda. Edvard Walter Perera (1875-1953), lawyer, political figure and liberator from Ceylon (Sri Lanka).