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January New Year Celebration in Sri Lanka
Step into the January New Year celebration in Sri Lanka

As everyone knows, Sinhala and Tamil New Year is one of the biggest celebrations in Sri Lanka, beginning on the 13th of April and ending on the 14th of the month. It is also known as the sun festival that is celebrated by the Sinhalese and Tamil communities.  Nevertheless, there is another big celebration that…

Devil dance in Sri Lanka © Jerzy Strzelecki
Take a Journey into the Supernatural Heart of Sri Lanka

The Sinhala community of Sri Lanka is characterised by unique magic practices involving a realm of spirits. The God of Gods (or Devati Deva) is Lord Buddha, followed by the Gods (or Devi Davatas) and then other supernatural entities, like Yakkas, Rakshas, Nagas, and powerful spirits, such as Pretayas, Bahiravayas, Bhutayas, Holmanas and Avatharas. Take a Journey into the Supernatural Heart…

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Visit Sri Lanka, the Indian Ocean Island

It has been called by many names, but Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka is how we call it. Sri Lanka is 2.1 times bigger than Belgium, but 118 times smaller than Australia. An island that harbours most of Earth’s wildlife and has preserved the footprint of the world’s first man, Adam according to the…