Archaeological excavations have so far acknowledged that the habitat existed between 25,000 and 800,000 years ago. Sri Lanka was annexed to the Indian subcontinent.

According to the chronicles, there was a king named Ravana who lived between 5500 – 6000 years and annexed and ruled India, Malaysia, Thailand and several other countries. According to the Indian History Book, the famous Valmiki poet and folk tales of Sri Lanka are believed to have evolved in cities such as Nuwara Eliya, Ginigathhena, Sita Eliya, Ravana Ella and Wariyapola as a result.

Like other countries in the world, his story is full of exaggerations and interesting events. In many countries their history stories were exaggerated. Historians, therefore, refrained from claiming that their reputation had been tarnished by a lack of evidence.

Certain incidents were found at four locations but were discarded due to lack of credible facts. Ritigala (Anuradhapura) Rumassala (Galle) Wedahitikanda (Kataragama) Ginigathhena (Nuwara Eliya) were the places of research. They are left as legends only, with archeological evidence and written chronicles. Since dragging out things that are not exactly proven is a waste of time, I believe, accepted decisions and findings should be consistent.
According to the chronicles, the beginning of the kingdom of Sri Lanka began with the arrival of Vijaya’s 700 followers in Ceylon and the extermination of the Yaksha tribes.

In short, the king deported them to a fleet of ships and shaved their heads in half because of the protests and complaints they had received from Vijaya. On the way, they landed at another port in India, but due to opposition from the locals, they had to board ships again. Then they landed at a place between Puttalam and Mannar. They saw a dog and followed it. Threads. He was fraternally married to her. Later, with her help, the Yakka tribal leaders were destroyed and the first kingdom was established.

Later, Kuveni was deported with children and married to an Indian princess. He invited his uncle to come as he had no heir to the throne but he sent his cousin Panduvasdev as he had the rule of his father. According to the chronicles, he descended from Princess Baddakachchana of the Sakya dynasty, married her and settled in Upatissa – Gama (village). These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use to create great content.

They had nine sons and one daughter. Then eight of her uncles wanted to kill her sister, but the older brother-in-law resisted growing up in a secluded house built on a single pillar so that no one could reach her because she was the only sister. The operation was carried out and she was kept in a room made like that. Gradually she grew up and became beautiful and the next day while she was on the balcony of the active girl a prince named Gamini saw her. Fascinated by her appearance, he becomes brotherly with her and becomes lovers.

As a result, she became pregnant, gave birth to a son, and with the help of her mother transferred the son to a girl, and secretly sent the son to a village called Doramadalawa, where he met the uncles who were hunting by chance. And asked the maid carrying the child the contents of the basket. Her answer was Oil Kawum, and as they were getting ready to inspect the basket, two pigs disguised as Chittaraja and Kalwela (Yaksha) ran in front of them. The pigs then began to chase and as a result they fled.

After that the child grew up in the midst of intense security in the midst of many difficulties. Although chronicles state that the prince fought with his eight uncles and massacred them, the latest historians and archaeologists believe that Pandukabhaya was not an Indian Aryan but a local prince of the Yaksha tribe of about 100 exiled Yaksha. Years ago. Evidence to prove this can be found in the chronicles.

When Vijaya deported Kuveni, she went with her two children to her relatives, killed her and drove the two children away and the Yakka tribes settled elsewhere. They are believed to be descended from Veddas. Panduvasdeva and Baddakachchana came separately and marched towards the kingdom from the harbor in disguise to avoid the enemies and it is clear that the demons were well organized and hiding to attack Vijaya. It is unbelievable and doubtful that two demons would have tried to save the prince while he was being taken to Doramadala, but if we were of Aryan descent they would not have done it. That is a good example to prove that the prince does not belong to the Aryans.

Historians and archaeologists believe that our genealogists may have been innocently interested in the fact that our lineage is also descended from the Buddha. It is clearly stated that Prince Deegagamini and his mother-in-law Princess Baddakachchana also belonged to the Sakya dynasty. However, we cannot imagine what would have happened if there were no such genealogies. It is no exaggeration to say that our genealogy has more or less become a torch for those in the midst of darkness.

Otherwise, they will have to dig up and read the inscriptions and point out the truth of what they have found. If there were no genealogies, what would the situation really be? Slagha Uyana, a place recently discovered in the inner city of Anuradhapura around 900 BC, has been archeologically diverse, but there is no way to get an idea of ​​its creators.