Loving Lanka – A Video by Sebastian Linda

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Sebastian Linda is a German cinematographer. His collection of memories while traveling in Sri Lanka in 2015 has been compiled to make this video about Sri Lanka – loving lanka. Hope you enjoy and please do not forget to share. The narration of the video is a which make the video mystical and philosophical. Here is the transcript. We think of time as a one way motion. From the past, through the present, and on into the future. And that carries along with it another impression, which is to say, that life moves from the past into the future in such a way that what happens now and what will happen is always the result of what has happened in the past. We tend to regard ourselves as puppets of the past, driven along by something that is always behind us. Because I want to turn the thing around and picture it the other way! And say, the past is the result of the present! Flowers are brilliantly colored The Stars are gorgeous The smell of the earth and the sound of the rain. Everything is marvelous once again! Once again you see the other. The man, the woman that you love. Do you like this video

What are the places to visit in Kalutara?

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I am visiting one of my friend who is in Kalutara this month and I am just wondering about the important places in Kalutara. I will have two days to visit places and coming with my family which include two kids. We are coming by car and will visit the friend on the first day morning before lunch. We hope to stay the night in Kalutara area and visit as much as attractions possible. I would definitely go to Kalutara bodiya on the very first day as my friend is living near to Kalutara town. So what other attraction does kalutara have?

Foreigner sending belongings to Sri Lanka

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My friend, a German, is going to live and study in Sri Lanka for 3 years. She wants to send her household items, garden tools, professional equipment etc.. in a container so she can start her life straight away in Sri Lanka. Doe somebody know the law pertaining to this? Is this taxable or free of Tax? What is the exact procedure one should follow? Thanks in advance

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Should not abuse Sinhala language.
Calender in Sinhala.
January – Duruthu
February – Navam
March – Medin
April – Bak
May – Wesak
June – Poson
July – Esala
August – Nikini
September – Binara
October – Vap
November – Il
December – Unduvap