Category: About Sri Lankan culture

Sri Lankan culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world and this blogpost reflects many important aspects of Sri Lankan culture.

Reconnect with the history and culture with Culture Trip Colombo

One of the best ways of connecting with the history and culture of Sri Lanka is venturing on a trip to Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle, a string of Buddhist temples, Dagobas, stupas, palaces, man-made ancient lakes, forts and many other ancient structures are just a day-trip away from Colombo, Kandy and 140+ beach resorts on the west coast of Sri Lanka.

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The Dutch Reformed Church Galle

Galle Fort, which dates back to 1505 is one of the best places to witness Sri Lankan colonial splendour. However, the Fort was expanded to the present magnitude size by the Dutch colonial rules in 16s. This historical gem is a hot tourist site on south coast Sri Lankan and many travellers head on to Galle in order to see this UNESCO world heritage site.

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Visit Gatabaru Devala:best way to break a curse

The God of Gatabaru has the power to punish people and incur an ill fate on someone if he or she had committed a wrongdoing. Most people, who are visiting the Gatabaru Devala had been subjected to the wickedness of someone and he or she has no way to find justice in a formal way, therefore, they resort to God Rajjubandara and ask for justice.

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