According to archeological research findings, pink quartz is having a history of more than 550 million years.
Na forest and Biodiversity is not the only distinction of the place. The Rose Quartz Mountain range in Namal uyana is the largest Rose Quartz mountain range in Asia.
Namal Uyana stands as a shield to protect the waters of the Balaluwewa and Thalawewa
Jathika Namal Uyana
The Jathika Namal Uyana in Sri Lanka is the largest ironwood forest and pink quartz mountain in Asia. The Ironwood Tree is endemic to Sri Lanka and the replanted forest is over 260 acres in extent. According to archeological research findings, the pink quartz in this historical place has a history of more than 550 million years. Naamal Uyana is an extremely rare forest replanted with Ironwood trees in the 8th Century AD commenced during the starting from King Devanampiyathissa and ending with king Dappula IV.
Jathika Namal Uyana International Ecological Organization (JNUIEO)
Jathika Namal Uyana International Ecological/ Environmental Organization was launched for the preservation of Sri Lanka's environmental and cultural heritage, under Jathika Namal Uyana National Park.
According to the Founder of Jathika Namal Uyana and the President of the organisation Ven. Wanawasi Rahula Thera’s vision, the organisation will work with wide range of public participation.