via Daily Mirror, 10 February 2021: Archaeological excavations in Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.
- Findings dated back to the 1st and the 2nd centuries of the Anuradhapura era
- Excavations in the 87- acre- archaeological site commenced in November 2020 with the help of the security forces
The Department of Archaeology has launched an excavation project in the Kurundimalai archaeological site in Mullaitivu. And the findings so far unearthed included the remains of two Stupas, one built of kabook, and the other of bricks , an inscription, rock pillars, moon stones and an ornamental stone at the entrance to the Stupa built of kabook.