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El '''Mahavansha''', también conocido como '''Mahawansha''', (Pāli: "la gran [[crónica]]") es un registro histórico escrito en lenguaje [[Pāli]], sobre [[monarca]]s [[budista]]s, así como también de reyes [[Dravida]]s de [[Sri Lanka]]. Abarca desde el período del Rey ''Vijaya'' ([[543 a.C.]]) hasta el reinado del Rey ''Mahasena'' ([[334]]-; [[361]]).
 
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<!--A companion volume, the [[Culavamsa]] or Choolavansha ("lesser chronicle"), compiled by [[Sinhala]] Buddhist monks, covers the period from the [[4th century]] to the [[British Empire|British]] takeover of Sri Lanka in [[1815]]. The combined work, sometimes collectively referred to as the "Mahavansha", provides a continuous historical record of over two millennia.
 
While not considered a canonical religious text, the Mahavansha is an important Buddhist document of the early history of religion in Sri Lanka, beginning near the time of the founder of Buddhism, [[Siddhartha Gautama]]. As it often refers to the royal [[dynasty|dynasties]] of [[India]], the Mahavansha is also valuable to historians who wish to date and relate contemporary royal dynasties in the [[Indian subcontinent]]. It is very important in dating the [[consecration]] of the [[Maurya]] emperor [[Asoka]], which is related to the [[synchronicity]] with the [[Seleucids]] and [[Alexander the Great]].
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