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The First Flying - Art Exhibition

From 2016-10-07 to 2016-10-07

Art exhibition by Rasal Hewage and Supuli Hewage to the public and all paintings and sculptures are based on last 8 years of their works. Exhibition from 07-Oct-2016 at 5.00PM to 09-Oct-2016 at JDA Perera Gallery, 46, Horton Place, Colombo 07.

Esala Maha Randoli Perahara

On 2016-10-15

Sittamgallena Randoli PerahAra will parade the streets on Oct 15, 2016. The annual historical Sittamgallena Randoli Esala Perahera will take a place for the 49th year on 15 October 2016 and parading the streets in and around the vicinity of the ancient lake and Sittamgallena Raja Maha Vihara Sacred Area, situated in Mulkirigala Elecorate, Hambantota District, Southern Province, Sri Lanka.

SHOOP - SUMMER OF THE 90's

On 2016-07-29

Red 107.8 SUMMER OF THE 90s presents, SHOOP!

SING GLORIA

On 2016-07-30

Sing Gloria! An evening of sacred choral music.

AYASKANTHAYA

On 2016-07-30

UMARIYA AMARASIRI PIERIS KEERTHI PASQUEL PLUGGED AND UNPLUGGED MUSIC WITH WAYO

Dispatch of Telegraph Money Order

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=716&catid=66&task=info&lang=en

Issuance of Recomendations for Residance Visa(RV)

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=1224&catid=89&task=info&lang=en

Make changes in the present birth certificate through divisional secretariat

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=581&catid=50&task=info&lang=en

Reservation of a Compartment of a Train

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=448&catid=27&task=info&lang=en

Complain Regarding a Child Used as Servant or Laborer

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=483&catid=31&task=info&lang=en

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Local Customs and Laws in Sri Lanka

“Ayubowan” (may you have a long life) is the traditional welcome greeting among the Sinhalese, with the hands folded upwards in front of the chest. You should respond with the same gesture. This same gesture accompanies the word “Vannakkam” among Tamils.

National Holidays

Sri Lanka has more public holidays than anywhere else in the world. The most common holiday is Poya Day, which occurs every full moon. No alcohol is served and entertainment is restricted.

Government of Sri Lanka

The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka is a free, independent and sovereign nation. A system of administration through provincial councils was introduced in 1988. Legislative power is exercised by the Parliament, elected by universal franchise on a proportional representation basis. Executive power of the people, including defence, is exercised by the President who is also elected by the people.

First Nationalized Bus (1958) - Sri Lanka.

First bus was operated in 1907. Thereafter, the number of vehicles were increased to 60,000 in 1953. At that time the population was 8.1 million.

Harbors and Beaches

Sri Lanka’s natural harbours have made the island a magnet for mariners throughout its history, from the legendary Sindbad the Sailor to the Portuguese navigator Vasco de Gama and the others who followed in search of the untold wealth of the fabled Orient. Modern visitors are as likely to be drawn by some 1600km of sandy beaches, warm Indian Ocean waters and coral reefs.

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