In Gelioya, a Buddhist temple in a mobile vehicle campaign propagated the protection of the town while furthering brotherhood among Sinhala, Muslim and Tamil communities.
For several hours it raised public awareness against attempts at poisoning the people’s mind, highlighting the importance of protecting the lives and the properties without provocation.
In Akurana, a mosque carried regular notices through loudspeakers seeking public support to safeguard unity among Sinhalese and Muslims.
In Muruthalawa, a Buddhist monk and youths stayed the night at a mosque, protecting it, said a Muslim religious leader.
Police commandos guarding Kandy district
Sinhalese accommodated the Muslims whose houses have been damaged in attacks.
Relatives of the Sinhala and Muslim youths who died in the incident say their losses should not be a reason for any further clashes.
The government has decided to lift the curfew in Kandy as no untoward incident had been reported in the past 18 hours.
No incidents in the past 18 hours
Police and other authorities brought the situation under control after three days of violence and sabotage in the district.
More than 150 persons have been arrested, while more arrests are expected.
The Tourism Promotion Authority said the safety of tourists to Kandy would be guaranteed.