The Thuparamaya is a dagoba in Anuradhapura located in Sri Lanka. The dagoba was constructed in 1862 AD and has been through numerous renovations throughout the course of centuries and is currently standing at 11 feet and 4 inches in height and 164 and a half feet in diameter. Through the orders of Manhinda Thero – the man who brought Buddhism to Sri Lanka, this religious place was built to enshrine the right collar bone of Lord Buddha. The majestic religious dagoba has more than a hundred pillars supporting it, and after centuries of nature’s forces at work, it is still in its original condition. This dagoba is one of the most ancient structures in the whole of Sri Lanka and is a hotspot for tourists to take sight of what religion in Sri Lanka is all about.