King Mahasen
276 - 303
AgeingKing Kithsirimewan
303 - 331
AgeingKing Jetta Tissa II
331 - 340
King Kithsirimewan
House of Lambakarna I | Anuradhapura - (303 - 331)
irimeghavanna, also known as Kirthi Sri Meghavarna and Kithsirimevan was King of Anuradhapura in the 4th century, whose reign lasted from 304 to 332. He succeeded his father Mahasena as King of Anuradhapura and was succeeded by his brother Jettha Tissa II.
 
The sacred relic of the tooth of the Buddha was brought to Sri Lanka during the reign of this king[2] who welcomed it with great respect, ushered them to his capital and enshrined it in Meghagiri Viharaya, presently known as Isurumuniya in Anuradhapura. In order to honor the sacred tooth relic, an annual procession called dalada perahera begins from the era of this king.
Relatives
Grand FatherKing Gotabhaya253 - 266
FatherKing Mahasen276 - 303
Younger BrotherKing Jetta Tissa II331 - 340
NephewKing Buddhadasa340 - 369
Fathers Elder BrotherKing Jetta Tissa I266 - 276
WORKS
Agriculture1
Religious4
ධාන්‍ය බැංකුවක් ආරම්භ කරන ලදී.
වම් දළදා වහන්සේ ලංකාවට වැඩම කරවන ලදී.
මාලිගාවක් තනවා වම් දළදා වහන්සේ තැන්පත් කරන ලදී.
මිහිඳු පෙරහැර ආරම්භ කරන ලදී.
දඹදිව වන්දනාකරුවන්ට විශ්‍රාම ශාලාවක් කරවීය.
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