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As White as Snow

A rarity almost never found in the wild, the white tiger is world famous for its uniqueness. For the first time in the history of the nation the Dehiwala Zoological Garden is showcasing a pair of these beautiful creatures. Lovingly...
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Up, Up and Away

As we rounded the corner leading towards the house of the kite maker, we came across an open paddy field. My eyes darted over to the two young boys, battling with the wind to lift their kite up into the...
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Aditya: Step Into Serenity

Snuggled between the cities of Galle and Hikkaduwa, along the Southern coast, Aditya stands wrapped in luxury and tranquillity. Stepping into this boutique hotel, I am greeted by vast open spaces, where rich, authentic art adorns the mellow walls. ...
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Eternal Elegance

The artistry of times past and forgotten embeds such eternal beauty; transcending generations, Senarath Antiques brings to your home this splendour of an age bygone....
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Dilly’s Launches Five New Collections

The latest Dilly’s venture, “Which Dilly Girl are You?” in conjunction with the “Dilly Girl” label, introduced five new limited collections at a fashion show. The collections are each unique and innovative....
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Ushering in the rains

Since time immemorial, the inhabitants of this island have had a lifestyle based on agriculture. Hence appeals to Rain Gods to bring in timely rains were not uncommon in the past, and even today, they still continue in various forms....
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Experience Kumana

Yala East National Park is commonly known as Kumana, after its famous mangroves which provide an important habitat to both endemic and migratory birds....
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Encore

Lakshman Joseph De Saram is known for his brilliance as a violinist, in both the local and regional classical music arena....
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An icon of change: Fort Jaffna

A piece of colonial history spanning the 17th and 18th Centuries, the Portuguese, Dutch and British have all woven its elaborate past....
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Chaaya Blu

Royston Ellis visits Trincomalee and finds a Sri Lankan resort to rival those in the Maldives....
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