About Sri Lanka

  • Art & Culture

    Languages and Literature In the Republic of Sri Lanka all laws require to be promulgated in Sinhalese (Sinhala), but the…

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  • Economy

    The political conflicts of the last decades have given prominence to the economic difficulties of the Republic of Sri Lanka.…

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  • Government

    On 4 February 1948, after almost 150 years of British rules the Sri Lanka gained its political independence. A parliamentary…

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  • Religion in Sri Lanka

    Four great religions share the allegiance of the people of Sri Lanka: Buddhism (70%), Brahmanism (15.%), Christianity (8%) and Islam…

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  • The People

    Population The population of Sri Lanka remained small until the early 20th century, as the result of a high rate…

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  • History

    Few peoples have such a lively awareness of their history as the people of Sri Lanka; and from this awareness…

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  • Geography

    Sri Lanka is a southern appendage of the ancient continent of Gondwanaland which was joined to the Eurasian land mass…

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