An elegant building, constructed entirely of marble, located opposite the sanctuary of St. Anthony in Kotahena. This is a building from the end of the 18th century, seen in the name of the god Shivan. The luxurious and gorgeous gatehouse is very beautifully made, with fine designs and sculptures. You need slippers when you want to enter the temple floor. If you want to visit here, be careful of your skirt. On some special festivals, it is very busy.
It is worthwhile to visit the Indian temple. You need to take off your shoes and socks when you enter the gate of the yard. Please pay attention to this. There are many sacred cows at the back door, the interior is rather dark, and the floor stone is very wet.
Sri Ponnambalam Vanesar Kovil is a Hindu temple located in Kotahena, northeast of Pettah. It is made of gray-white granite from South India
It looks very good, a very special Hindu temple. The location is quite remote. You can go and see if you have time.
This is one of Sri Lanka's more representative and historic cultural attractions. Not bad right.