Sarpawisa

Sarpavisa or Sarpadosha implies Sinhalese manuscripts of serpent lore and snake-bite remedies. Before anti-venom serum became generally available, much reliance was placed on traditional snake-bite remedies contained in ola-leaf manuscripts. In addition, remedies were provided for bites of all other snakes as well as when bitten by dog, cat, tarantula, leech, rat, skunk, scorpion, crocodile, monkey, bee, hornet and all types of caterpillars. This cottage designed as a native doctor’s clinic for treating reptile and insect bites.

 

Kumbal Geya

The Kubal Geya blends with the theme of pottery. Presents the lifestyle of a Potter, which is a traditional profession in Sri Lanka. Pottery began at

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Kammala

Every component of the Kammala, is made mostly out of steel and iron, and it represents the lifestyle of a Blacksmith. Its doors, windows and fixtures

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Wadumaduwa

Carpentry played a key role in Sri Lankan architecture, since sophisticated wooden buildings were found from the 3rd century onwards. This cottage rep

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