Ummadha Citta & King Pandukabhaya
Main Town, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka.
Prince panduvasudeva and princess buddhakachchana (daughter of a king named panda, from an ancient royal family, a cousin of the buddha) were married and duly consecrated as the second king and queen of lanka.
King Vijaya (B.C. 543-504) and his successors
Main Town, Talaimannar, Sri Lanka.
The traditional first king of lanka is vijaya. his grandmother, suppadevi, according to the legend was the daughter of the king of vanga (bengal) by a princess of kalinga (orissa).
Premakeerthi de Alwis
, Colombo 10 (Panchikawatte, Maradana), Sri Lanka.
Samaraweera mudalige don premakeerthi de alwis (sinhala:ප්රෙමකීර්ති ද අල්විස්) (3 june 1947–31 july 1989) was a sri lankan broadcaster, lyricist and television personality. he worked as an anchorman on state-run television. he was murdered on 31 july 1989.p
W. D. Amaradeva
, Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
Wannakuwatta mitiwaduge don albert perera (sinhala:වන්නකුවත්ත මිටිවඩුගේ දොන් ඇල්බට් පෙරෙරා;born 5 december 1927) in moratuwa, sri lanka better known by his adopted name amaradeva,(by ediriweera sarachchandra) is a sri lankan vocal
, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
Malani senehelatha fonseka (sinhala:මාලනි සෙනෙහෙලතා ෆොන්සෙකා) (born april 30, 1947 in kelaniya) is an award-winning sri lankan film actress, also known as the "queen of sinhalese cinema". her cinema career which has spanned many decades began with tissa li
, Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka.
Dudley shelton senanayake (sinhala: ඩඩ්ලි ශෙල්ටන් සේනානායක; 19 june 1911 – 13 april 1973) was a ceylonese (now sri lanka) politician, who became the second prime minister of ceylon and went on to become prime minister on three more times during the 1950s and
Don Baron Jayatilaka
, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
Sir don baron jayatilaka (sinhala:ශ්රිමත් දොන් බාරොන් ජයතිලක) (13 february 1868 - 29 may 1944) (known as d.b. jayatilaka) was a sri lankan educationalist, statesmen and diplomat. he was vice president of the legislative council of ceylon; the minister
, Colombo 7 (Cinnamon Gardens), Sri Lanka.
Sir nicholas attygalle, frcs (july 14, 1894 – march 27, 1970) was a ceylonese (sri lankan) academic, surgeon and a senator. he was the president of the senate of ceylon from 1953 to 1960 and the first ceylonese vice chancellor of the university of ceylon, where he was known as the "iron vice chanc