Distribution of local branches
Mahamevnawa branches in Polgahawela, Matara-Aparekka, Kaduwela, Malhabhe, Kunhdasalaya, Anuradhapuraya, Polhonnaruwa, Kurunhegala, Banhdarawela, Monharagala, Kataragama, Ibbagamuwa, Madawala Ulpata, Rattota, Siripagama, Eratna, Balangoda, Sooriyavewa, Valhasmulla, Polpitigama, Galnaawa, Aanhamaduwa, Horanha, Potuhara, Seerupita, Hunhumulla, Sadhalankava, Nittabhuwa, Mahawa, Galle, Buttala, Welimada, Bulatsinhala, Kantale, and as well as in Halawata-Koccikade have been established locally.
While the main branch of the Mahamevnawa is located in Polgahawela, it is beautified by a prodigious temple castle named ‘Sri Sambuddha Rāja Mālhigāva,’ a ‘Siri Gautama Bōdhi Manhdapaya,’ and an aesthetic Stupa named ‘Siri Gautama Damsak Mahā Sēya.’ The Bhikkhu training center of the Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monasteries is based in the Aparekka Mahamevnawa branch.
Other than these branches, the Mahamevnawa Bhikkhuni centers are created in Dabhadeniya, Varakapolha, Mawatagama, Anuradhapuraya, Udupila, and Kadugannawa.
These Mahamevnawa branches that are located around the country bring a great fortune to hundreds of thousands of people. At this point, most of these Mahamevnawa branches have statues of the Buddha, beautiful Stupas, and Bodhi trees.