• Culture
    Negombo Lagoon
    Negombo : The Beach-Front Paradise

    That was more than a paradise to Portuguese who found the wild cinnamon that grow in the area is the very best in the world and lagoon’s shallow water provided safe shelter for their sea vessels. Without having a proper idea of where they have been landed to, they went for a walk to observe […]

  • Culture
    Ape Gama; Take a Walk back into the Past.

    Sri Lanka has always been a center for tourist attraction owing to it’s scenic beauty and the hospitality rendered by our country. Foreign tourists also seem to find the culture and tradition of our country precious and some show an admiration to discover facts about the history of the island which is of course full […]

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    The Happiest Man Living on Earth

    “The Happiest Man in the whole World”, who could it be? Got any idea? He sure must be a billionaire in USA , or a Sultan in Arab . And definitely must be single. Well, folks you all got it wrong. He is just a humble security guard in Sri Lanka. Yes, I’m not joking. […]

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    ceylon in 1955
    New Colour Video Clips Of Old Ceylon In 1955 (Including Dalada Perahara)

    You will be amazed to see the quality of this videos and You will surely enjoy watching this collection of video clips depicting old Sri Lanka (Old Ceylon). Penn Museum attached to the The University of Pennsylvania Department of Archaeology and Anthropology has released this  historic video clips to Internet. Even though the videos do not […]

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    Ten Top Things That Peter Kuruwita Loves About Sri Lanka

    Peter Kuruwita is a celebrity chef who is living in Australia. Peter has been one of most famous Sri Lankan expatiate and he has been promoting Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka foods in various TV programs. Peter has now reveled ten best things that he loves about in Sri Lanka in an AzAsia festival promotional […]

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    The ingenious Mask and Puppet shows in Ambalangoda.

    Ambalangoda, found at a distance of 86 km from Colombo is surprisingly not famous for its crystal clear waters or its breathtaking beaches but renowned for devil dancing, mask making and puppet shows and depicts art forms gradually fading away from the fabric of Sri Lankan society. A large number of curious tourists visit this […]

  • Tissamaharama, Sri lanka’s underrated Paradise

    Located 270 km’s from Colombo, Tissamaharama or Tissa as it is fondly knows among locals is a town with rich archaeological significance. It is blessed with a rich history and ruins which are of immense value both historically and archaeologically. Buddism is the dominant religion among Sri Lankans. Its devotees, the Buddhist believe that Lord […]

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    ‘The Queen of Curries” is back again at Curry Leaf

    No academic qualifications. No hospitality training. Sheer gut feeling, intuition and God-given talent were all she needed to make a name in the art of gourmet-cooking. “She churns out curry in such dramatic flavors that she literally turned tables in her favour. In turn she has been crowned the unrivalled ‘Curry Queen’ of Sri Lanka. […]

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    “My Sri Lanka” a culinary journey of celebrity chef Peter Kuruvita

    Australia based Sri Lankan celebrity chef Peter Kuruvita is going to explore the Sri Lankan cuisine in a different manner with his newest television series “My Sri Lanka”. The new 10 part series show will explore Sri Lankan food and tourist hotspots, hosted by Chef Peter Kuruvita. Using his grandmother’s recipes as a guide, Peter […]

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    ‘Gimhanaye Abhimanaya’ By Sri Lankan Youth in Canada for a worthy Course

    Ridhma Cultural Troupe which is recognized and admired for its captivating dance performances presented at “Ru Sanda Rae Concert”  featuring Rookantha & Chandraleka, Sri Lanka Day Celebrations, Royal Bank Cultural Day Celebrations, Your University Multi Cultural Festival and the University of Toronto Fund Raising Dance Competition is proudly presenting “Gimhanaye Abhimanaya – Glory of Summer” […]

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    Kaffringna’ and ‘Manja’ the Life style music of Sri Lankan Kaffirs

    “We are proud of our name “Sri Lankan Kaffirs”, it is not a racist word like the word negro or nigger,” said Marcus Jerome Ameliana, who believes her ancestors came to Sri Lanka, then known as Ceylon, as Portuguese slaves. Forgotten by many their population is scattered along Sirambiady in Puttlam,Batticaloa and Trincomalee. The history […]

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    How Sri Lankans are different from rest of the world – Videos

    “We, Sri lankans, are different from rest of the world” is the theme for Lanka Bell latest promotions. In their quest to promote Lanka Bell as a product of 100 % Sri Lankan, they have chosen this promotional method which is clearly out of ordinary  marketing. Lanka Bell talks about Sri Lankans hospitality and deep […]

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    Sri Lankan Indigenous People’s Day Festival

    Uruwarige Wanniyalaththo has visited President’s House in Kandy to invite President Mahinda Rajapaksa to the Indigenous People’s Day festival which will be celebrated in Vakarai Sallathiv area on July 30 and 31 to mark World Indigenous People’s Day. Further he stated that all indigenous communities scattered around the country will be involved in this year’s […]

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    Sri Lankan Dancers perform in Lord’s ground

    When Sri Lankan Cricket star, Thilakarathna Dilshan established the best score by a Sri Lankan with his bat at Lords, a traditional dancing group of Sri Lankans set up a new record in the ground. The new captain set up a new record of 193 runs by becoming the Sri Lankan Cricketer to score the […]

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