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Celebrating Diwali!
Celebrating Diwali!
Diwali is the festival of brightness and positivity, it is celebrated all over India. People light diyas and candela on this day which resembles positivity brightness. People pray to goddess Laxmi and God Ganesh for wealth and happiness
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Celebrating Sinhala and Tamil New Year
Celebrating Sinhala and Tamil New Year
Sinhala and Tamil New year which is also known as Aluth Avurudda, Sinhala or Hindu new year. It is a Sri Lankan excursion that celebrates the conventional New Year of the Sinhala and Tamil people, to celebrate and to expose the bond between exclusive communities. It is a chief anniversary celebrated by means of both the Tamil (Hindu) & Sinhala (Buddhist) human beings but by means of maximum Sri Lankans
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Wesak Festival
Wesak Festival
Most of the people don’t even have heard about the Wesak festival because it is mostly celebrated in the countries where there are Buddhist followers, they are the believers of Buddha. The word Vesak comes from Pali term vesākha or the Sanskrit vaisakha, the name of the lunar month in the Hindu calendar that falls in April and May.
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Poson Poya Festival
Poson Poya Festival
Poson is celebrated to commemorate the introduction of Buddhism to Sri Lanka by Mahindain 236 BC. The festival is the most important Poya (full moon) holiday of the year This festival is celebrated as the arrival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is a  festival of great historical and religious significance, celebrated all over the island by the Buddhists
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Esala Poya Perahera Festival
Esala Poya Perahera Festival
Esala Poya Perahera which is also known as the tooth festival is mainly celebrated in Sri Lanka. It is one of the oldest and grandest of all Buddhist festivals in Sri lanka, featuring dancers, jugglers
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