Jaffna is a city on the northern tip of Sri Lanka. Nallur Kandaswamy is an enormous Hindu sanctuary with brilliant curves and a fancy gopuram tower. By the drift, star-molded Jaffna Fort was worked by the Portuguese in the seventeenth century and later possessed by the Dutch and British. Jaffna Public Library is an image of the city's post-war recovery. The Sangiliyan Statue celebrates the last leader of the pre-pilgrim Jaffna Kingdom. North of the city are many stone Buddhist stupas at the vestiges of Kadurugoda Viharaya. On Karainagar Island, Casuarina Beach has shallow waters and is upheld by verdant trees. Pontoons raced to Nainativu, where the Nagadeepa Purana Viharaya sanctuary is a Buddhist journey site.
Portuguese remnants dab the island of Neduntheevu Delft, which is additionally home to wild stallions and a transcending baobab tree. Jaffna city was established as an exchanging town by European dealers. In spite of the fact that a noteworthy port utilized by the local Jaffna kingdom was at that point in presence when the Portuguese arrived, it was the European trade movement that made it conspicuous. In frontier times, creation of garments, things of gold and silver, handling of tobacco, rice and other related exercises shaped an imperative piece of the monetary exercises.