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Hēvisi Mandpaya: The granite pavilion facing Lankatilaka vihare, which may have been a used by hēvisi drummers. View showing several sides of the edifice with many stone pillars (without capitals), which are 2.29 meters in height, would have served as supports for wooden beams. The base of the pillars is square, yielding to an octagonal shaft and finally assumes a rectangular form at the top. Below the platform a dado (low frieze) is decorated with lion figures of stucco separated by pilasters.