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Hindu Temple
“அதிகாலை 4.00 மணிக்கு நல்லூர்க் கதவுகள் திறக்கப்பட்டு அதிகாலை 5.00 மணி பூஐை வழிபாடு நிறைவடைந்த பின் நல்லூர்க் கதவுகள் மூடப்படும். காலை 7.30 மணிக்கு நல்லூர்க் கதவுகள் திறக்கப்பட்டு பகல் 12.00 மணி பூஐை வழிபாடு நிறைவடைந்த பின் நல்லூர்க் கதவுகள் மூடப்படும் மாலை 3.00 மணிக்கு நல்லூர்க் கதவுகள் திறக்கப்பட்டு மாலை 06.00 மணி பூஐை வழிபாடு நிறைவடைந்த பின் நல்லூர்க் கதவுகள் மூடப்படும் வெள்ளிகிழமைகளில் அதிகாலை 4.00 மணி முதல் மாலை 06.00 பூஐை வழிபாடு நிறைவடையும் வரை நல்லூர் கதவுகள் திறந்திருக்கும் The historic Kandaswamy Temple stans at Nallur 1 1/2km from Jaffna on the Point Pedro Road. The temple was built in the 15th century, by Sanpaha Perumal the adopted son of Bhuvanekababhu, the king of Kotte, who led an expedition to the North and brought Jaffna under the suzerainty of Kotte. Having established himself as the ruler of the Jaffna Kingdom, Sanpaha Perumal set about the task of building the city and erecting the temple. Then he appointed Vijayabahu as the ruler and returned to Kotte. After some time, the deposed king Kanagasuriyan attacked and drove away the invader, He and his descendants managed the Nallur Temple up to the arrival of the Portuguese. Bhuvanekabahu’s name nae is still mentioned by the ssher on ceremonial occasins”
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Store
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Point of Interest
“A Lasting legacy of the country’s colonial past, and today a maritime heritage, the famous Dutch Fort in Jaffna, was the innovation of the Portuguese who built it in 1618. It was re-built by Dutch colonisers who took over the Fort in 1680. The 400 year old edifice, designed in the shape of a pentagon, is a symbol of Dutch architecture. Its five bastions were named, after provinces of the Netherlands – Zeeland, Holland, Gelderland, Utrecht and Friesland. The interior of the Fort has, with time, seen buildings such as the Dutch Lieutenant Governor’s residence, military barracks, powder magazines, warehouses, a Dutch Reformed Church, guardrooms, police quarters, a jail and court house become mere stone remnants. Yet, the limestone and black coral outer structure still remains solid. The large rampart overlooking the ocean and the tunnel system are a testament to the skill and readiness to defeat any firepower from outside. The Dutch insignia is still visible at the entrance to the Fort. Inside, there is a great deal to explore amidst the destroyed structures, the belfry of probably the Dutch Reformed Church standing alone amidst the remnants of the past. The many fortifications, such as ravelins, the dry ditch and the moat are typical fortress defences. The moat in the outer rampart is a series of five tunnels, which have been preserved. A walk along the rampart and in the grounds is a truly exhilarating experience and of course allows more time to explore and understand the design as well as purpose of the Fort. It is also quite romantic to watch the sunset from the rampart.”
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Library
“Until 1981, the most famous and largest library in Southeast Asia was located in Jaffna . Then she and her approximately 95,000 books went up in flames. The current library - built like an Indian palace - is new and, with its 25,000 books, once again provides a point of contact for the city's thirsty citizens, as well as researchers from all over Asia.”
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Restaurant végétarien/vegan
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Museum
“Jaffna Archaeological Museum is located in Nallur, Jaffna, Sri Lanka. The land was given to museum by Arumuga Navalar Foundation, and front portion has Navalar Cultural Hall. The museum houses a rare collection of antiquities. Buddhist and Hindu religious collection are in big collection, which are in various forms of metal, wood and stone. The excellent collections begin in time from the period of ancient period Sri Lanka to the colonial era. Also, some of the archaeological excavations findings of Kandarodai can seen at this museum. For Jaffna Archaeological Museum and beyond, use our Northern Province.”
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