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Text of signboard: "Silachetiya (Kujjhatissa): It appears that the Dagoba had been built during the reign of Kind Saddhatissa (137-119 BC). [In the] Chronicle Mahavamsa and Manorathapurani, the commentary identifies it as Silacetiya. According to Manorathapurani the remains of Arahat Kujjatissa had levitated and travelled to the place where the Silachetiya is located and had exhibited miracles. The existing structure has the architectural features belonging to the latter part of the Anuradhapura period. The maps drawn by Skinner in the 19th century also refer to this dagoba as Silacetiya." - Director General of Archaeology.