Definition of Samanala

1. Noun. A mountain peak in south central Sri Lanka (7,360 feet high).

Exact synonyms: Adam's Peak
Group relationships: Ceylon, Democratic Socialist Republic Of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
Generic synonyms: Mountain Peak



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Literary usage of Samanala

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Historical, Political, and Statistical Account of Ceylon and Its Dependencies by Charles Pridham (1849)
"The view from samanala is in every respect the grandest that can be conceived, though chequered somewhat by monotony : in every direction are seen mountains ..."

2. Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and by William Shepard Walsh (1897)
"Adam's Peak, or samanala, a holy mountain in Ceylon. According to Mohammedan legend, Adam after the fall was taken by an angel to the top of this mountain, ..."

3. Ceylon in 1893: Describing the Progress of the Island Since 1803, Its by John Ferguson (1893)
"The mountain samanala (Adam's Peak), on the top of which Buddhists believe that there is the impression of Buddha's left foot. ..."

4. Ceylon in 1903: Describing the Progress of the Island Since 1803, Its by John Ferguson (1903)
"The mountain samanala (Adam's Peak), on the top of which Buddhists believe that there is the impression of ... The tutelar deity of samanala (Adam's Peak). ..."

5. The Early Races of Scotland and Their Monuments by Forbes Leslie (1866)
"In Ceylon the pointed summit of samanala, called by the English Adam's Peak, rises amongst the richest vegetation and most beautiful scenery in that Eden of ..."

6. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1886)
"samanala and its Shadow, . . . 358 MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE. Poetry and Politics, .... 3 Mrs. Dymond, 9 Irish Shootings 90 A Walk in the Faroes 108 Old Florence ..."

7. An Historical, Political, and Statistical Account of Ceylon and Its Dependencies by Charles Pridham (1849)
"The view from samanala is in every respect the grandest that can be conceived, though chequered somewhat by monotony : in every direction are seen mountains ..."

8. Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and by William Shepard Walsh (1897)
"Adam's Peak, or samanala, a holy mountain in Ceylon. According to Mohammedan legend, Adam after the fall was taken by an angel to the top of this mountain, ..."

9. Ceylon in 1893: Describing the Progress of the Island Since 1803, Its by John Ferguson (1893)
"The mountain samanala (Adam's Peak), on the top of which Buddhists believe that there is the impression of Buddha's left foot. ..."

10. Ceylon in 1903: Describing the Progress of the Island Since 1803, Its by John Ferguson (1903)
"The mountain samanala (Adam's Peak), on the top of which Buddhists believe that there is the impression of ... The tutelar deity of samanala (Adam's Peak). ..."

11. The Early Races of Scotland and Their Monuments by Forbes Leslie (1866)
"In Ceylon the pointed summit of samanala, called by the English Adam's Peak, rises amongst the richest vegetation and most beautiful scenery in that Eden of ..."

12. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1886)
"samanala and its Shadow, . . . 358 MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE. Poetry and Politics, .... 3 Mrs. Dymond, 9 Irish Shootings 90 A Walk in the Faroes 108 Old Florence ..."

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