|Launched||29 September 2012|
|Owned by||Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery|
|Slogan||The Noble friend of Television Media|
|Language||Sinhala, Tamil, English|
|Broadcast area||Sri Lanka,|
|Headquarters||Kaduwela, Western Province|
|UHF (Nuwara Eliya)*||55 *Reserved|
|UHF (Kandy)*||55 *Reserved|
|UHF (Ratnapura)*||55 *Reserved|
|UHF (Jaffna)*||55 *Reserved|
|TV Lanka Digital TV||Channel 10|
|Dish TV Sri Lanka||2531|
Shraddha TV is a non-profit Buddhist television channel based in Sri Lanka. The channel is known for airing religious spiritual content with primary focus on Buddhism and the teaching of Buddha. Most of the programming is shot at the main Buddhist monastery in Polgahawela.
Shraddha TV was officially launched on 29 September 2012 on the cable television service, PEO TV. It was subsequently included on the home satellite television service, Dialog TV. The founder of television channel is Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thero, who is also the founder of Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery. The chairperson of Shraddha TV is Roshini Rajapaksa.
The channel is owned by the Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery and is broadcast from Kaduwela, a suburb of Colombo. Shraddha stands for the Devotion. It uses contents from real life and advertises itself as being suitable for people of all ages and religious persuasions. It broadcasts Dhamma Sermons, Dhamma Discussions, Meditation Guides, documentaries, and Charity Services 24 hours a day via Dialog TV Channel No 27 and SLT Peo TV Channel No 99. Its main tagline is "The Noble friend of Television Media". Shraddha TV started terrestrial broadcasting for the Western province via UHF 55 on 2015-12-31.
|Dhamma Sermons||Asirimath Damsaka||Vishmitha Awabodhaya|
|Dam Siha Nada|
|Piriniwuni E Rahath Muniwaru|
|Dhamma Discussions||Sudam Sabhava|
|English Programmes||Path to happiness|
|Wise Shall Realize|
|Wisdom for the little hearts|
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