Minister Palitha Range Bandara Daughter’s Wedding

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Minister Palitha Range Bandara’s beautiful daughter Eranthi is getting married today. The lucky groom is also much known in the political field and he is the current chairman of the National Youth Services Council – Mr. Eranda Waliangage. Eranda is a lawyer by profession and he is a strong supporter of ruling United National Party. The wedding is held today at “Colombo Cinnamon Grand Hotel”. It is believed that President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasingha is going to sign their marriage registration.

small wedding venue in Sri Lanka please?

Samson 1654

We want to get married in Sri Lanka, no guests, no big fuss, no big resort, just somewhere nice, different, simple, not too expensive. Dont want a package or a wedding organiser, we’ll book flights independently and get ourselves there, we just want a private nice place away from most of the other tourists and not in a hugh concrete chain hotel – but preferably with ayurvedic treatments and mediation.. Thanks.

Want to send a gift to brother who is getting married in Sri lanka. Any suggestion?

I.Somasundaram 754

I live in Canada and not in a position to go to Sri Lanka to attend my brother’s wedding. I want to send a gift to him and it should be something suitable for his wedding. Wedding will be held according to Tamil tradition. Any suggestion about suitable gift ? and it should be something I can pay online from Canada using my credit card. thanks in advance.

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