1. Hindu New Year

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    A calendar followed by the Hindus Information about the different hindu calendars. Hindu Calendar for 2016, 2016 Hindu Calendar Dates, Hindu New Year Calendar 2016.

  2. Sinhala and Tamil New Year in Sri Lanka

    https://lanka.com/events/sinhala-tamil-new-year

    Sinhala and Tamil New Year in Sri Lanka. The calendar year universally begins on 1st January and ends on 3 I st December.

  3. sinhala and tamil new year | articles | hikkaduwanet.com

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    New Year or Aluth Avurudhu (in Sinhala) and Puththandu (in Tamil). It marks the end of the harvest season and also coincides with one of 2 instances when the sun is ...

  4. Botany Plant-names Sinhala Plant names

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    Sri Lanka plant names in Sinhala, tamil, sinhala, botany, ethnobotany, etymology, computer science sinhala glossary links to place names, old and new maps ...

  5. Sinhala Hindu Aluth Avurudu Recipes - Inside.lk

    www.inside.lk/food/aluth-avurudu-recipes

    A rare and useful collection of Sinhala Hindu Aluth Avurudu Recipes exclusively form Sri Lankan Food Culture.

  6. Sri Lanka facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia

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    Get information, facts, and pictures about Sri Lanka at Encyclopedia.com. Make research projects and school reports about Sri Lanka easy with credible articles from ...

  7. Shivaji Maharaj::Great Indian Leaders

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    The article is based on reading of The History and Culture of the Indian People published by the Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan. It has five parts. On the occasion of Shivaji ...

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    We provide excellent essay writing service 24/7. Enjoy proficient essay writing and custom writing services provided by professional academic writers.

  9. Mahavamsa - Wikipedia

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    The Mahavamsa ("Great Chronicle", Pali Mahvasa) (5th century CE) is a non-canonical text written in Pali of the Kings of Sri Lanka. The first version of it ...

  10. TamilNet

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    TamilNet is a news and feature service that focuses on providing reliable and accurate information on issues concerning the Tamil people in Sri Lanka.

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