The Thera made a firm determination to find the means to construct a Buddhist centre of this nature which would meet the basic needs of Bhikkhus who travel along this road. This Buddhist Centre constructed on a land bought by the Thera consists of three stories with a Vihara Mandiraya and a fully furnished Viharasthanaya which could easily accommodate around 1,000 Bhikkhus at a time.
This centre is decorated with mural paintings and statues similar to temples in China, Cambodia and Singapore.
The Viharageya has an area of 18,000 square feet and has a marble Buddha statue weighing four and a half tons brought from Burma.
Ven. Gnanaseeha Thera also plans to use this Buddhist centre as a place to teach Buddhist Culture, English and computer to students in Anuradhapura.