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Sacred Places

The sacred visiting places at the Rajbana Vihāra are as follows:
1. A lay people’s praying Vihāra built in the same architectural view like the Pagodas in Myanmar. There is a huge bronze statue of the Buddha made of eight metals in this Vihāra.
2. There are two lamp houses at the two sides of the above mentioned Vihāra where lay devotees offer lighted lamps in order to fulfill their inherent wish.
3. A residence hall of the Bhikkhus of the Rajbana Vihāra, as known as Gate Building, is located to the north of the Vihāra.
4. Beside the Gate Building there is a statue of the Venerable Arahant Upagupta Mahathera.
5. A Vihāra with a bronze statue of Venerable Banabhante.
6. A Buddhist Vihāra with a standing statue of the Buddha.
7. The dining room of Venerable Banabhante.
8. A two-storied dining room for the Bhikkhu Sangha and Sāmaneras.
9. A main two-storied Vihāra with another statue of the Buddha.
10. Venerable Banabhante’s residence as titled as the ‘Sadhana Kuthir’ was established in 1993.
11. There is another big building of beautiful architectures that was built next to the Sadhana Kuthir in 2008. The height of this building is equivalent to a two-storied building at the South side; however the height is approximately to a size of a four-storied building to its North side. The second floor of this building is used as Venerable Banabhante’s residence hall and the ground floor is designed for a museum showing the materials used by Venerable Banabhante.
12. A walking meditation (Chankraman) room of Venerable Banabhante.
13. A huge preaching hall having the capacity of containing 2000 people.
14. Two special rocks.
15. A three-storied residence for Bhikkhus known as the Sāriputta Bhaban.
16. Two Bodhi trees.
17. Two caves.
18. A weaving house.
19. A guest house for Bhikkhus.
20. A seven-storied heaven house.
21. The Rajbana hospital.
22. A Bhikkhu ordination hall (Sima hall) with a capacity of 300 Bhikkhus.