The Temple of the Tooth Relic is the house where the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha is placed. Buddhists view this as a stupa or a dwelling-house of the Buddha. They pay homage to the Tooth Relic by accepting them as the living Buddha. Therefore, it is the custom of the Buddhists to treat the temples in the Dambadiva Baranasa Isipathanaaramaya, Veluwanaramaya, Puraramaramaya, and the Vihara Mandiraya where the Temple of the Tooth Relic is located.
The Sri Dalada Maligawa (Sri Dalada Maligawa) is one of the four sacred Tooth Relic that remains in Sri Lanka. It was Princess Dantha and his sister Princess Hemamala who came to Sri Lanka in a time of political turmoil. That is the approximate BC. Only in the 3rd century. King Kirti Sri Megawarnabhaya was the king of Ceylon at that time. Since then the Sacred Tooth Relic has become one of the most sacred religious objects in Sri Lanka. But in later years it is not only a religious object but also a political value as the person of the Tooth Relic is recognized as the King of Ceylon. Therefore, anyone who comes to power in Sri Lanka becomes the legal guardian of the Tooth Relic. He had a genetic heritage to protect the Tooth Relic and preserving it was a protection of his kingdom. Because of this, the Temple of the Tooth was always built near the royal palace. It received special protection.
During the Polonnaruwa period, the Tooth Relic was so protected that a specially trained Velaikkara army was recruited from India. This is evident from the Velaikkara inscription near Polonnaruwa Atadage. Although the Dalada Maligawa was kept in close proximity to the royal palace, it did not deter people from offering sacrifices. The Sacred Tooth Relic of the Tooth Relic was honored for a number of reasons, and a cult was associated with the Tooth Relic. The people believed that the Tooth Relic had the power to rain the drought. As a result, the Tooth Relic was invariably sacrificed.
Whenever the kingdom traveled to different places, the Dalada Maligawa was built at the same time. Its current lodging in relation to the era we live in is Kandy or Senkadagala. The Temple of the Tooth Relic in Senkadagala Town is a famous Buddhist monument. The Tooth Relic was first built in Senkadagala city during the reign of King Wimaladharmasooriya I. It was first built as a two-storied house but was later converted into a three-storied house by himself.  But this Dalada Maligawa is not the Dalada Mandiraya that we see today.
It is said that King Wimaladharmasooriya II later made a three-storied palace of the Tooth Relic. Because of the destruction of the city by the Portuguese. However, the sources say that the three-storied Dalada Maligawa which was ruled by King Wimaladharmasooriya II was later renovated and decorated by King Sri Veera Parakrama Narendrasinghe. It is said that in this painting two thousand Jathaka stories are based on it. King Sri Vijaya Rajasinghe decorated the Dalada Mandura with colorful garments. It is unclear whether the garments were meant to be feminine paintings. The Dalada Maligawa was renowned locally and abroad because of a nearby building. That’s it. Pattirippuwa entered the Dalada Maligawa during the reign of the late King Sri Wickrema Rajasinghe. However, the majority of the buildings that remain near the Temple of the Tooth belong to the reign of Sri Veera Parakrama Narendrasinghe. But it is King Wimaladharmasooriya I who has the honor of building the Dalada Mandir in Kandy for the first time.
Architectural features of Dalada Madura –
Usually, the Dalada Maligawa has some unique architectural features. Pattirippuwa is the main design. Pattirippuwa joined the Temple of the Tooth It is believed that King Rajasinghe created this for the purpose of watching the procession. Pattirippu is a Tamil word. (Even today, the term ‘Pattirippu’ is used for various purposes adjoining the house of the Tamil people.) But the Pattirippu was not originally part of the Dalada Maligawa and was recently sacred to the Dalada Maligawa. To the right of Pattirippu is the fund house.
The Maha Wahalkada is the main entrance to the palace. It was built with the bridge over the moat. This is a moonstone made in the Kandyan tradition. The base shape is triangular in shape, with the whole lotus being vegan. The watchtower (?) On both sides is special because it is a note of an elephant. There is an argument as to whether this is a checkpoint, but we call it the watch because the checkpoints are located.
The Tooth Relic is placed in the seventh of the seven golden caskets which are placed one by one. The Ark of the Sacred Tooth Relic is placed to the right of the Tooth Relic. The Ark, which is currently kept in the Central Fund, is the ark of the relics found in the Dharmarajika Stupa in Thakshila, India.
The Diyareli Bamma or the Clock wall is one of the architectural features of the Dalada Maligawa. It is unclear whether its name was derived from the shape, but it is thought that the earliest droplet bands were formed because of the presence of such bands in the shape of the droplets. The patterned windows are lighted by lamps. The beauty of these windows, when the lamps are lit, can be enjoyed by the mind.
Pattirippu of Dalada Madura was commissioned by the famous architect Devendra Mulachari. There are various stories in the community about the various problems faced by the protagonists in creating this. It can be imagined how many people who were jealous and jealous of him used to do various wrongs to make him angry.
Other attractions near the palace are the Magul Mud and the Royal Palace. Various investigations have been conducted on these and different conclusions have been reached. These artifacts have attracted the attention of pilgrims.
The work of painting the Dalada Maligawa was commissioned by King Keerthi Sri Rajasinghe to Hiriyale Nitte. These paintings belong to the sacred tradition of the Kandyan period. Among the paintings are some of the paintings on the main entrance and some of the other paintings on the doorway. T. T. Rebuilt in 1973 by Cyril Sittara.Dalada Teva – The Theva service is held once a year between the Asgiriya and Malwatte parties. Theivas are held three times a day in the palace and these are symbolized by the Hewisi Nada Pooja performed three times a day at the Hewisi Pavilion. King Wimaladharmasuriya II constructed the three-storeyed house. When the king saw that the mansion in the capital had been destroyed, his heart sank. The king redesigned the palace into a splendid two-story building, adding a splendid, beautiful, shining arch. The coating on it made it look like a silver rock. He added a fascinating roof to the wall of the temple and added colorful paintings to represent two Jataka Stories. – Mahavansa  Outlaw moms hold a feast day every Wednesday. They also perform lanterns at various festivals and festivals.