The ancient Dadagamuwa Sri Sundararamaya is situated in Dadagamuwa village of the Gampaha district. The temple can be reached by travelling along Colombo - Kandy road up to Kalagedihena junction, turn off to Veyangoda road and travel 1 mile to reach Dadagamuwa Junction from which turn left and travel another ½ mile to reach the temple.
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Out of the monuments situated at the temple premises the main monument is the ancient architectural "Watadageya". The walls of inner hall of this structure are decorated with two rows of beautiful paintings. The paintings of upper row are based on Sambula Jathakaya and Themiya Jathakaya,while the lower row is based on Dhamsoda Jathakaya. In addition to that there are two paintings in the back wall which are incomplete. The paintings are not the originals. These paintings had been restored during the latter part of 19th and beginning of 20thcentaury. The pealed off sections of the existing paintings revealed that the original paintings belong to Kandy era. The roof of Watadagaya consist of two tiers sloping in four directions The top of the roof is crowned with a pinnacle. The remnants of some parts ancient architectural structures such as Nidngala, ancient stone pillars and Padalasa Gala available in the temple premises depicts the archeological importance of this temple. The Dagaba within the Vatadage takes the shape of a water bulb”Diya bubula”. The enclosure of the Dagaba has an inner hall with the painting of Jathaka stories, and outside corridor with circular stone pillars nine meters .the spire consists of ten spiral ring with the crystal pinnacle. The other monuments in the place such as stone pillars ”Nidana gala” and “Padalassa gala” give evidence to its far history. The Bo Tree which stands magically in the vihara maluwa is considered to be a sapling from Sri Maha Bodi Anuradhapura. The serene beauty of the Maha Vihara site is beyond description.