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  • Ven. Beragama Saddhananda Thero

    Lecturer

    B.A. (Archaeology Special) - Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka
    M.Sc Postgraduate Institute of Archaeology University of Kelaniya

    011-2891858 072-2222552 Department of Archaeology Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka

Working Experience:

  • Visiting Lecturer in Buddhist and Pali University. 2013
  • Working as a Developing Officer at Department of Archaeology. 2012-2014
  • Participated as an Excavation  Officer at C.C.F. 2012

Research & Filed Experience:

  • Archaeological heritage management in the vicinity of  Ranchamadama.
  • Archaeological heritage management in Ramba Vihara.
  • Participated  Exploration Muruthavela-2014, Department of Archeology.
  • Participated Excavation Ahungalle-2014, Department of Archeology.
  • Participated Excavation Naigala-2013, Department of Archeology.
  • Participated Excavation Sithul Pawwa-2013, Department of Archeology.
  • Participated Excavation Ramba Viharaya-2012, Central Cultural Fund.
  • Participated Exploration Ridiyagama-2011, Central Cultural Fund.
  • Archaeology Excavation Practical Training at Ranchamadama Project in 2011, Central Cultural Fund.
  • Participated Exploration practical training conducted by the Central Cultural Fund at Polonnaruwa-2009

Honors and Awards:

  • Won the "Award of Mahopadya" 2011
  • Won the "Award of Hon. Banagala Upathissa" 2011
  • Treasurer of "PINKETHAKA ASWENNA" art exhibition 2009.
  • Leader of Education and Literature subcommittee 2010.
  • Leader of Archaeology Exhibition Chamber 2010.

 

Teaching Areas       :

  • Heritage Management
  • Cultural Anthropology and Social Theory
  • Archaeological Techniques and Methods
  • Numismatics
  • Pre History
  • Buddhist Art and Architecture of South East Asia
  • Sri Lankan History

 

 

Articles

  • History in research of pre-historic era in Sri Lanka.
  • The regions background of  Pre-Buddhist era.
  • An Archaeological study on situation of Manaulu Kingdom.
  • The Biography of king kanittatissa reflected by inscriptions.
  • An Ethnological study of ancient pottery technology.
  • Archaeological researches of ancient pottery traditions.
  • The bank systems before about thousands of years in Sri Lanka reflected in Tonigala inscription.
  • Rites and rituals coined with the concept of elf.
  • The historical background of Sankassa in India.
  • The code of ethics of Anagarika Dharmapala leads towards well-being society.

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Ven. Beragama Saddhananda Thero