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the surrounding trees provides shelter from the sun and rain as ritigala has the highest rainfall in the whole of the dry zone making it another intricate point

the surrounding trees provides shelter from the sun and rain as ritigala has the highest rainfall in the whole of the dry zone making it another intricate point

pathway leading to the pond closer to the entrance of the mystical ritigala

pathway leading to the pond closer to the entrance of the mystical ritigala

the pathways surrounded by trees provides shade and a tranquil environment. it reminds us that ritigala is about a spiritual journey

the pathways surrounded by trees provides shade and a tranquil environment. it reminds us that ritigala is about a spiritual journey

pathways and the surrounding trees

pathways and the surrounding trees

the rather steep steps which connects the different levels of ritigala

the rather steep steps which connects the different levels of ritigala

you are immediately attracted to the richness of flora and surroundings of ritigala.

you are immediately attracted to the richness of flora and surroundings of ritigala.

the second resting point "gimanhala"

the second resting point "gimanhala"

tress over thousand years with its roots traveling in search of water traps

tress over thousand years with its roots traveling in search of water traps

the richness of ritigala's flora is simply amazing. the medicinal plants are never found anywhere outside of ritigala which connects to the legend of the ramayana tale

the richness of ritigala's flora is simply amazing. the medicinal plants are never found anywhere outside of ritigala which connects to the legend of the ramayana tale

the first of the "gimanhala" a circular resting point is designed in a manner to provide a break from walking the steps. in the ancient times when monks lived in ritigala, the walking meditation technique was a supreme and thus natural resting points at different levels was important

the first of the "gimanhala" a circular resting point is designed in a manner to provide a break from walking the steps. in the ancient times when monks lived in ritigala, the walking meditation technique was a supreme and thus natural resting points at different levels was important

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