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Kuragala (Sinhalese: කූරගල) is a rock cave in Sri Lanka,means small stone and is believed to be a Buddhist monastery dating back to 2nd century BC. A more likely meaning is "letter rock" . "Akura" in Singhalese means "letter" and "gala " is rock.
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