Hindu temples in Sri Lanka

Hindus currently make up approximately 15% of the Sri Lankan population. In the 1915 census they made up almost 25% of the population. Due to assimilation, emigration (over 1 million Sri Lankan tamils have left the country since independence) and conversion to various sects of Buddhism and Christianity, today they are a smaller and still dwindling minority. Hinduism is dominant in the Northeastern province, where there is a significant number of Tamil people.

Nallur Murgan temple - in Jaffna town, Jaffna
Nainathivu Nagapooshani Amman - in Nainathivu
Selvasanniti Murugan Temple - Thondaimannaru in the Vadamaradchy division
Ramboda Sri Baktha Hanuman temple - in Ramboda
Vallipuram Temple - in Point Pedro, Jaffna
Thurkkai Amman Temple - in Tellipalai, Jaffna
Ponnambalawaneswaram Temple - in Colombo
Thirukoneswaram Temple - in Trincomalee
Thiruketheeswaram Temple - in Mannar
Naguleswaram temple - in Kankesanthurai, Jaffna