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Images Dated 6th March 2017

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18th century frescoes and statues of Buddhism shrine at Dambadeniya Temple (Vijayasundararama temple at Dambadeniya) Featured 6 Mar 2017 Print

18th century frescoes and statues of Buddhism shrine at Dambadeniya Temple (Vijayasundararama temple at Dambadeniya)

King Vijayabahu III (1232 AD - 1236 AD) is the first king of Dambadeniya kingdom. Native Sinhalese began to move to the south or Maya rata because of the hard Tamil ruler Kalinga Magha as mentioned in Polonnaruwa kingdom. While he was the king of Polonnaruwa, king Vijayabahu III (a descendant of king Sirisangabo) became the king of Dambadeniya.
He conveyed tooth relic and Lord Buddha's alms bowl to Dambadeniya from it's hiding place Kotmale. His reign was largely spent reconstructing the shattered Buddhist infrastructure of the Sinhalese

© Theekshana Kumara / The Imagebook. All rights reserved.

Elspeth Phelps advertisement, 1920 Featured 6 Mar 2017 Print

Elspeth Phelps advertisement, 1920

Advertisement for Elspeth Phelps fashion house, one of a series of highly stylised and witty adverts designed by Lady Eileen Orde (daughter of the 4th Duke of Wellington), all featuring upper class characters in various situations wearing a Phelps design. Date: 1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1920s, 20s, Advert, Advertisement, Advertisements, Advertising, Adverts, Clothes, Clothing, Elegant, Elspeth, Fashion, Feb17, Phelps, Twenties

Marram Grass on the Northumberland Coastline Featured 6 Mar 2017 Print

Marram Grass on the Northumberland Coastline

A black and white photograph of Marram Grass on the Northumberland Coast in England. The ability of marram grass to grow on and bind sand makes it a useful plant in the stabilisation of coastal dunes and artificial defences on sandy coasts. This coast is in a National Park and is an area of outstanding natural beauty

© Simon Gakhar