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A Call Of Devotion

Countless statues glowed luminous in the dim light and the deepening silence echoed the glory of the manifold gods present ...
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Splash Of Colour

We were travelling on the A 15 (Batticaloa-Trincomalee Road) when our attention was drawn to a hive of activity and a splash of vibrant colours....
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The Gourmet Locales Of The Streets

Sri Lanka has a unique culture of street food, differentiated mainly by city of origin and sale. A fact that reflects in the slight differences of preparation and presentation...
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Round And About Alankudah

Along the north west coast lies an unspoilt peninsula endowed with sandy stretches, an abundance of marine life just a few miles off the coast, high winds for a rush ...
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On A Road Less Travelled

Life in many ways represents the roads we decide to take and not take. A country too is a confluence of those decisions that its people make. ...
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Weaving Dreams

The feet pedal frantically, deft fingers draw the cords that work the loom, the threads are drawn one by one, the loud clacking and trembling of the wooden contraption is hypnotic. ...
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Kokilai Island: A Way Of Life

Across the waters lay an island, quiet and unobtrusive. Within its limits nestled a fishing village, home to a steadfast community who have remained for decades amidst the changing tides and times. ...
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The tale of Guava

Pear shaped, oval or round – I did not know which one to choose from the gazillion number of Kilo Gram Guavas or Kilo Pera that surrounded me. Green tinged and emitting a sweet aroma, they seemed to beckon me...
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The Journey Of a Gem Stone…

Miner busy washing precious gems in the rough.....

“I want you to understand that the island of Ceylon is, for its size, the finest island in the world, and from its streams come rubies, sapphires, topazes, amethyst and garnet,” said Marco Polo when he visited the Island in...
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Saruwath Refreshing and Cool

A flash of bright pink caught my eye. Set up with colourful umbrellas and an equally colourful display of glasses filled with multi-coloured liquid atop a table, beckoned commuters to stop by. Behind this alluring display a man was busily...
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