Sinhala is the main language of Sri Lanka. Sinhala is a living language that evolves over time with a proud history.
Water resources are a key factor in the origin and survival of life. Therefore, water is an essential element for all living beings, including man. Due to this importance, the United Nations has declared March 22 as “International Water Day”.
Sri Lanka is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and consists of lakes, ponds and reservoirs in the middle of the country. From ancient times the people of our country have been engaged in fishing in the sea and fresh water. The fishing industry in Sri Lanka is as old as farming.
Sri Lankan society is a diverse community of diverse people. Meanwhile, the Ahikuntik people can be described as a community with a unique culture above all others. They are nicknamed “Ahigunthika” because of their “snake dance”. They are considered as an innocent people who migrated from South India to Sri Lanka.
Agriculture is the production of things required by the country through activities such as cultivation of crops and animal husbandry. In agriculture, the main focus is on crop cultivation.
Christmas is a beautiful festival that takes place in the middle of the misty of cold December. It is an annual religious festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. This Christmas is celebrated every year on December 25th as a religious and cultural celebration by millions of people around the world.
The first human society was known as the Prehistoric Society. Anthropologists then analyzed the Hunting era, the pastoral age, and the agrarian era as turning points in human society.
Ananda Rajakaruna was a Great National Poet. He was a teacher, journalist, pioneer in children’s literature, and above all, a pioneer Sinhala poet of the Colombo era, Ananda Rajakaruna, who successfully made Sinhala poetry a national force, organized for a clear-cut aim.
Information about the day by day crimes we hear about tells us that there is no progress in society. Economic problems as well as shortcomings in human relations have contributed to these crimes. The entire masses must rally to suppress these crimes.
Horton Plains is a natural mountant place that has mist and cold in Sri Lanka. In the past it was known as “Maha Eliya, Mahatenna, Wilmanthalawa, Gonatenna”.
It is fortunate that we call ourselves citizens who have been adhered to the Buddha’s word, “Arogya Parama Laba”.
The poem is a powerful piece of literature that can instantly address the human heart. Sinhala poetry has long held a unique place in the literature.
H. M. Kudaligama (1918-1973) was a poet representing the second wave of the Colombo period. The poet Kudaligama is one of the poets who have admired the beauty of nature.
Wimalaratne Kumaragama was born on January 18, 1919, and passed away on December 30, 1962. While working as a public servant, he started writing poetry.
Antiquities are some of the most important things that people have done in the past. These antiquities are like a mirror depicting the cultural identity of the country.
English is the most regularly used language from all around the world. Therefore English is a global language. As a result many scholars define English as “English is the key to success.”
Science is known as the knowledge and understanding which is produced by the examination of all things which are unknown to man. Will science degrade human development?
The Vesak Poya is the day when the birth, enlightenment and enlightenment of Gautama Buddha took place. Buddhists in many countries around the world celebrate this Vesak Full Moon Poya day with following of “Amisa and Pratipatti Pooja” Dhamma.
The mobile phone is known as an amazing device that can take over the whole world. This is not simple. The mobile phone is now known as the “smart” phone. It brings us knowledge and information based around the world. Making personal connections closer. Establishes professional and banking activities from their own home. The mobile […]
The Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world. The Amazon is home to thousands of flora and fauna and is located on the South American continent. It is spread over nine countries, including Brazil, Peru, and Colombia.