The Polonnaruwa Vatadage is an antiquated structure going back to the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa of Sri Lanka. It is accepted to have been worked amid the rule of Parakramabahu I to hold the Relic of the tooth of the Buddha or amid the rule of Nissanka Malla of Polonnaruwa to hold the donations bowl utilized by the Buddha. Both these adored relics would have given the structure an extraordinary criticalness and significance at the time. Situated inside the old city of Polonnaruwa, it is the best saved case of a vatadage in the nation, and has been portrayed as "a definitive advancement" of this sort of engineering.
Worked for the insurance of a little stupa, the structure has two stone stages embellished with expound stone carvings. The lower stage is entered through a solitary passage confronting the north, while the second stage can be gotten to through four entryways confronting the four cardinal focuses. The upper stage, encompassed by a block divider, contains the stupa. Four Buddha statues are situated around it, each confronting one of the doorways. Three concentric lines of stone segments had additionally been situated here, apparently to help a wooden rooftop. The whole structure is finished with stone carvings.