The Ziyaram (shrine) of His Holiness Ahmed Ibn Mubarak Mawlana (ral) is in Dalugala, Son of His Holiness Mubarak Mawlana (ral), Galle. It is said His Holiness Mubarak Mawlana (ral) had come to Malwana, and moralized the inhabitants of Malwana.The Dalugala Thakiya is the Mosque of Buhary Thakiya (Nabaviyathul Qadiriya Tharika), of his holiness Mubarak Mawlana (ral). Either sides of the road to Dalugala Thakiya can be seen the houses, old over centuries. There is a request to the people who renovate their houses, to keep the front structure as it is.
In 1915 at the time of riot against Muslims a group of rioters had come to Dalugala. A rioter had vowed that he would remove at least a tile from the house of his holiness Ahmed ibn Mubarak Mawlana’s shrine.
When they reach the area of Shrine, they had seen like Volcano and a group of Arabs coming towards them to attack. The rioters had shouted “Arabi battayak Ennawo” (a group of Arabs coming) and had left the place.
Many Karamats of his Holiness Ahmed ibn Mubarak (ral) still take place in Malwana.
Rakashapana is by the Kelani River Rakshapana Mosque is one of the oldest Mosque in Malwana. At the side of the Kelani river bank there is a huge rock it’s identified as Rakshapana rock; many horror stories have been weaved about this rock.
Some says a Devil guarding the treasures in side the rock. And etc…
Place called Walawwatte because these lands were owned by Walawwa people.
Many Mawlanas from Yemen had visited Malwana they resided at Darul Saada, House of U.L.M Jemeel Mathicham. The Darul Saada name was given by His holiness Mawlana (name not known) from Yemen. They have composed a special Awraad or Baith to hang on the wall, which begins from House name Darul Sadaa.
It is said this house was to be the first house in Malwana to build a separate room for prayer purposes. And no ladies were allowed to this room.
Once his holiness Hasan ibn Abdul Bari Al-Ahdal Mawlana had put a recited stone to the Well (a well for drinking purposes) to save from draught. As said once in Malwana a big draught time all the Wells had dried up except this. Mashaallah many have quenched their thirst from this Well.
Al Mubarak School is the only national school in Malwana. It is a mix school. It is said, early days no girls were sent to school, girls were educated at home. Fist to be sent was Jannah and Bushraa. Later with time parents started to send their daughters.