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A special delegation from National Council of Bhutan headed by Chairman Sonam KInga arrived today (07th April 2014) at Sri Dalada Maligawa

A special delegation from National Council of Bhutan headed by Chairman Sonam KInga arrived today (07th April 2014) at Sri Dalada Maligawa and made their offerings to the Sacred Tooth Relic. Afterwards the delegation paid a visit to the World Buddhist Museum.

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Her Excellency the Ambassador for United States of America in Srilanka, Michele J. Sison visited Sri Dalada Maligawa today.

Her Excellency the Ambassador for United States of America in Srilanka, Michele J. Sison visited Sri Dalada Maligawa today.
Her Excellency the Ambassador was met by Hon. Diyawadana Nilame, Pradeep Nilanga Dela and extended her good wishes for the upcoming Sinhala and Hindu New year.
Hon. Diyawada Nilame Presented the Souvenir to her Excellency the Ambassador and stood for a group Photo.

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The Most Ven. Maha Nayake Theras of the three chapters are to submit a petition to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) soon explaining the real situation in Sri Lanka

The Most Ven. Maha Nayake Theras of the three chapters are to submit a petition to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) soon explaining the real situation in Sri Lanka. It had been also decided to get other religious leaders to sign this petitions. 
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Appointment of Minigamuwa Ratanapala Nayake Thero to the Malwatta Chapter Committee.

In view of the Minigamuwa Ratanapala Nayake Theros appointment as a member of the subcommittee of Malwatta chapter, a meeting was held on 13th March 2014 to felicitate and Honor the Thero who is also the chief incumbent of the Gokarella Kekiri Henpitiya Ranmanda Pokuna Viharya and Palagala Pahalagama chamaragala ancient temple.
This meeting was represented by Most Venerable Thibbotuwawe Sri Siddhartha Maha Nayake Thero, the venerable monks, Honorable Tikiri Kobbekaduwa and other respectable lay people of the central province.

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Aluth Sahal Mangallaya

The ancient Sinhala agricultural society was set up with lakes revers and water ways at hand.This simple living was connected to customs rejuvenated with agricultural pursuits.Since their living methodology was connected with Buddhism they believed every living being enjoy the harvest of the paddy fields and made necessary offerings and rituals to divine beings and expected their age for comfortable living for everyone on earth.

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