According to Brahmi inscription Dates back to 3rd Century BC, 5 Years after Enlightenment, Gautama Buddha made his Second Visit to Nagadeepa, Nothern part of Sri Lanka to Settle a Dispute Between Nagha King Chulodara & His uncle Mahodara, over a Gem Studded Throne(Mini Palanga).
After Having Listened to Dhamma(Sermons) displaying Buddha’s masterly knowledge of unity and harmony, meththa and compassion, the Naga kings paid homage to Budhha with overwhelming faith. The throne was offered to him in unison and they became pious devotees.
NAHI WERENA WERANI
“HATRED IS NEVER APPEASED BY HATRED” After realizing the above Damma Pada, both the parties united and became Buddhist Devotees which resulted Gautama Buddha’d 3rd Visit to Kelaniya Sri Lanka.