Kandy Esala Perahera or Candie Asaela Pereira is also called the festival of tooth, it is a great celebration that is celebrated with fine ensembles and is organized in Kandy, Sri Lanka, in July and August. This authentic parade is held each year to pay tribute to the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha, which is housed at the Sri Dalada Maligawa in Kandy. A remarkable picture of Sri Lanka, the parade involves the movements of ious standard neighborhoods, for example, fire-tricks, whips, candy movements and specific other social movements, despite elephants, which usually upgrade with extraordinary bits of costumes are done. The festival stops with the normal Dia-Kepema custom, a water-cutting administration that is held in the Mahawali river in Gateambay, Kandy.
Asala is considered to be a mixture of two separate yet connected "paraharesas" processes - Asala and Dalada. The Esala Perahera, which is thought to return to the third century BC, was a specially approved to request the awesome creatures for precipitation. Dalada Perehera is believed to have started when Buddha's sacred tooth remains in the middle of the fourth century CE Sri Lanka was passed from India eight hundred years later without the end of Buddha. As showed by custom, the Tooth Relic was taken in parade to Sri Lanka by Princess Hemamala and Prince Dantha.