The Rājāvaliya: or, A historical narrative of Siṇhalese kings from Vijaya to Vimala Dharma Sūriya II, to which are added a glossary and a list of sovereigns
Govt. Printer, 1900 - Sri Lanka - 88 pages
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Akbo Ambulugala Anuradhapura Arachchila Arya Chakravarti attack Bdhu Bhalluka Bodhimandala Brahmin brought Buddha Buddhist built called caused champions Colombo dagaba Dambadiva daughter death demons Devenipetissa fight fortress Four Korales Gampola gave gods hill-country island of Lanka Jambudvipa Jayavira Bandara Kadol elephant Kandy Kasubu Kavantissa Kelaniya killed king Bhuvaneka Bahu king Dharmapala king Elala king Gemunu King Mayadunne King Raja Sinha king Vidiye king Vijaya Bahu kingdom Konappu Bandara Kotte Lemani lived low-country Magama Maha Mihindu monks Nandimitra Negombo Nirmalaya nuwara Okkaka palace Parakrama Bahu Polonnaruwa Portuguese army Prince Gemunu princess queen RAJAVALIYA Rayigama reigned an asankhya resided returned to Sitawaka royal father Ruhuna Sakalakala Walla Sakra Sakya Sammata seized Senarat sent Seven Korales Sinhalese Siri Sangabo Sitawaka Soli country Tamils Thereupon throne Tissa took tooth-relic tree Upatissa Vehera Velusumana Vihara Vijayapala Vijitapura Vikramasinha Mudali village Vimala Dharma Surya Vimaladaham Surya whilst Yapapatuna yodun younger brother