February, 2012

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Igniting Timeless Tradition

Each year since 1979, the Navam Perahera has captivated throes of locals as well as tourists with its invigorating dose of cultural and festive fanfare. ...
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Greatest Victory Achieved

At the threshold of Kilinochchi town, it is hard to miss a decidedly symbolic edifice.Venturing past,...
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Across The Fence

He blinked, his tiny eyes shining in fervent anticipation. Edging another inch closer to the fence he tried reaching out. ...
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Ascending Talawakele

Nestled in the cool heights of Sri Lanka’s largest tea growing area near Nuwara Eliya, Talawakele is a town that, although small, is far from sleepy. ...
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Kimbulagala: Reminiscence Of A Forgotten Past

Sitting down with the sun’s warm rays blazing over us, we looked at the panoramic view that encircled the ‘Kimbulagala’ Rock....
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The Oil Of The Isle

The chatter of the workmen seemed faint as it echoed through the obtrusive drone of the enormous machines that dried...
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The New Face Of Cinema

After many years as a single cinema hall, Majestic Cinema is now home to a Cineplex to give movie goers a greatly enhanced viewing experience....
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The Light House Galley: A Unique Experience

The waves crash on to the rocks and the historic lighthouse sends out its protective beams to guide weary ships home. ...
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Characteristically Sri Lanka

Just past Mirrissa town, through an inconspicuous gate, a windy road leads up a hill towards the...
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Yana Maga: Sri Lanka, A Gift For All

Capt Elmo is no newcomer to the literary world with three notable novels to his name that include ‘Sam’s Story’, which was awarded the Gratiaen Prize in 2001....
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