Would you like to follow a lifestyle course about forest dwelling indigenous people in Sri Lanka?

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If you were offered a course to study the lifestyle, for example lifestyles of forest dwelling indigenous people by staying with them, would you consider coming to Sri Lanka and following it ?

1. If you are living in a country other than Sri Lanka this questionnaire is for you.

2. About Sri Lanka: This small introduction is for you if you have not heard about Sri Lanka before. Sri Lanka is a country which has a great history over 2600 years. It has world heritage sites, ancient cities, different cultures, wildlife, waterfalls, forest dwelling indigenous people, beaches – a great place to study short term and long term courses. Please visit http://www.schoolsrilanka.org/aboutsrilanka.html for more information about Sri Lanka.

This research is to find out the potential of Sri Lanka opening up its resources to the world as a destination for education.

One thought on “Would you like to follow a lifestyle course about forest dwelling indigenous people in Sri Lanka?”

  1. laxmikrsnan says:

    Yes.

    It shall be a wonderful opportunity to learn

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