dagaba


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dagaba

(ˈdɑːɡəbɑː)
n
(Buddhism) a variant form of dagoba
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Rajasingham in his funeral oration recalled how after the black July incident in 1983, misdirected and misguided Tamil youths, at that time, came in large numbers and attacked the Naga Vihara and erased the Dagaba to the ground.
You may find that somebody may not be a Dagao but he will be able to judge Dagaba people because he knows that, as the xylophone plays, 'This is the way you need to dance, and we expect to see A, B, C and D in your dancing.
The Dagaba live in the western part of the district, the Sisaala live in the eastern areas, and the Wala live in South-western part of the district.
Coming from Anuradhapura, we turned left at a junction just before Mahintale Dagaba and proceeded about 1-2 kms.
That included the golden umbrellas over Mirisavetiya Dagaba, and Thuparamaya.