Massive rock formation of Pidurangala stands two kilometers to the north of Sigiriya, the rock fortress atop of which King Kasyapa ruled the island country of Ceylon in the 5th century. Both are prominent projections protruding from the jungle floor surroundings.
My trusty friend Kosala Weheragoda (should have been a sherpa) and I scaled the mighty temple rock fortress together.
|Monk's eye evening view of Sigiriya from atop Pidurangala
|Jungle floor view of Pidurangala...
|Pidu' on the left, Sigiriya on the right...
|Lion motif at temple entrance
|Temple details along the way...
|Giant reclining Buddha on side of mountain loosing his veneer
|Have a nice day!