Claude Lévi-Strauss, a renowned anthropologist, signed a remarkable account, Race and History, which brilliantly summarizes some fundamental key factors Renaissance Sri Lanka is built on: the intimate power of diversity and the meaningful importance of inclusion, under the form of coalition with other different human societies; accepting rather than fighting diversity, is the first step to reconcile ordinary differences between human societies, bearing in mind that no human society or culture can be considered ‘better’ than the others.