Sri Lanka has no approved national dress, as there are three major communities call Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims live together.
Though there is no approved national dress , Sri lankan male consider long sleeved shirt without collars up to the knee and ...
Wali kukula or Ceylon Jungle fowl or Gallus Lafayetti
Jungle fawl the National Bird of Sri Lanka is commonest in the National Parks and forests.
A typical fowl strutting about and scratching the ground for food.
Sri Lanka used the British emblem when it was a British Crown Colony. We continued to use it even after gaining independence in 1948. According to the recommendations of a select committee appointed to devise a state emblem more suitable for Sri Lanka (Ce ...
NA (iron wood) or (Mesua Ferrea)
This rain forest tree grows to about 30 m high and indigenous to the lower wet Zone of Sri Lanka. Remarkable Features of NA is beautiful bright Red Leaves and finally matured in to a deep green. Timber has a very hard ...
Nil Manel or blue water lily
or Nymphaea stellata
In February 1986 blue water lily was chosen as the National flower. Found all the part of Sri Lanka and grows in the shallow water. Petals arranged like a star and the flat round waterproof leaves ar ...
The Birth of National Flag
The necessity of a National Flag was discussed even before Sri Lanka gained independence on February 4th, 1948. Mr. A. Sinnalebbe, MP for Batticaloa tabled a motion in the State Council on January 16th, 1948 suggesting that the ...
Sri Lanka Matha, apa Sri Lanka,
Namo Namo Namo Namo Matha.
Sundara siri barini,
Surndi athi Sobamana Lanka
Dhanya dhanaya neka mal pala thuru piri, jaya bhoomiya ramya.
Apa hata spa siri setha sadana, jee vanaye Matha!
Piliganu mana apa bhak ...