Thambuttegama, located in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka, is a region with a rich history and cultural significance. Known for its agricultural prominence, Thambuttegama is often recognized for its contributions to paddy cultivation, which plays a vital role in the local economy. The area is characterized by its rural charm and is home to a community that upholds traditional Sri Lankan values and lifestyles. With a landscape marked by lush greenery and scenic beauty, Thambuttegama also holds historical importance, featuring in ancient texts and stories that reflect its longstanding heritage.

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The history of Thambuttegama, a village in Sri Lanka, is marked by significant developments over the centuries. Initially, people abandoned this area due to food shortages and droughts, but the expansion of a local tank transformed it into a prosperous village, eventually named Maha Gama. During King Walagamba’s reign, the region was known for its many temples, though most were later destroyed, with Nallachchiya Rajamaha Vihara being a notable exception. The construction of a railway line further evolved Thambuttegama into a town, leading to the establishment of critical facilities like Gamini Maha Vidyalaya, a dispensary, a PDW Bungalow, and a railway station, thereby enhancing its significance and resources.

  • 412-Hurigaswewa
  • 413- Halambawewa
  • 414 – Weliyawa
  • 415-Makulewa
  • 416-Mudungoda
  • 417-Thammannewa
  • 418-Thambuttegama
  • 419-Ikiriwewa
  • 420-Musalpitiya
  • 421 – Nallachchiya
  • 422-Lunuwewa
  • 423-Jayasirigama
  • 424-Thammannewa
  • 425-Koonwewa
  • 426 – Weheragala
  • 427-Thelhiriyawa
  • 428 – Thispanepura
  • 429 Galwiharawewa
  • 430 – Eriyagama
  • 431-Koongollewa
  • 432-Pahalagama
  • 433 – Kelegama
  • 434 – Solama
  • 435-Mahabellankadawala
  • 436 – Delnegama
  • 437- Kudabellankadawala
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