- published: 06 Apr 2016
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globesnail.com Some clips from backpacking around the countryside of Sri Lanka. I met the happiest people I've ever seen there. Mostly from the tea plantations and Adams peak. I think if people saw how joyful these people are, even though they are poor, people might change some of their values. Music: Vintersol. Song: Sleeping Lesson 1. Hope you liked the video! If you did, please share, thanks! Visit globesnail.com for more videos and posts. See you around!
Kandyan is a classical dance form from Sri Lanka. The drums used in Kandyan dances are known as Bera in Sinhala. It is an ancient Sinhala custom to play ritual music while seeking the blessings from the guardian deities of the land. 50 dancers performed this piece. Glimpses from the World Culture Festival (WCF), a celebration of the Art of Living’s 35th anniversary, that was held in New Delhi, India between March 11-13, 2016. Hosted on the world’s largest floating stage of 7 acres, WCF brought together 3.75 million people from 155 countries. The 3-day event was marked by mesmerizing performances by 36,603 artists from around the globe and showcased cultural diversity like never-seen-before. An estimated 1.8 billion people watched the live telecast of the event from 767,463 locations acr...
The 'Kaffirs' of Sri Lanka started arriving from the eastern shores of Africa in the 1500s with the Portuguese, and later in more waves with the different colonizers of Sri Lanka. 'Kaffir culture' is a video portrait of one such community of Kaffirs and the struggle to keep their culture alive in the face of falling numbers. Written and produced by Kannan Arunasalam. Music by Ceylon Kaffir Manja, arranged by Jesse Hardman. Special thanks to Sweta Velpillay (on sound), Nethra Samarawickrema (for help with translations), Leah Worthington (background research) and Greg Kelly (Radio Netherlands) Note: the word 'Kaffir' has ugly racist connotations in Africa and Europe. This is NOT the case in Sri Lanka. Original can be seen here: http://www.vimeo.com/7234191
Brief Introduction to Sri Lanka- Including historical info., main language, main religion, main ethnicities, and places to visit.
Sri Lanka is an island located off the southern tip of India. Formerly known as Ceylon, the country was once a British colony under the Raj and is now independent. Despite the closeness to India, Sri Lanka is noticeably more serene.The Island? idyllic landscape knows as ?he Garden of Eden?is only 270 miles long and 140 miles across. This beautiful country welcomes visitors to experience the nations glittering tapestry of culture, and the rich abundance of natural resources, fauna and flora, mountains, rivers and beautiful beaches. Part of the charm of touring around the island is the unhurried life-style of the people and the sights and sounds of the unexpected. It will make an unforgettable holiday experience on one of the most scenic islands in the world.
Discovering Sri Lanka's beautiful and colourful tropical fruit markets in the heart of Kandy. Sri Lanka has 18 different kinds of mangoes and 14 different kinds of bananas including the tasty red plantains. In the heart of Kandy there are many fruit stalls selling fresh mangosteens, pineapples, woodapples, olives, grapes and jambu to name a few. For more on this this beautiful Asian country, see Sri Lankan Experiences https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAleUNY7ZZroMl10MHmFQmOGq_ZCtRCP9&disable_polymer=true
Three Darden Global Immersion Courses took Darden students to Cuba, Russia, Singapore and Sri Lanka in January 2018. These courses were each led by a Darden faculty member and gave students the opportunity to explore a particular theme of business in an international setting of particular relevance.
Come with me on an adventure to the heart of Sri Lanka. Visit the cultural triangle, climb a rock palace with ancient ruins. Go on safari and see elephants in the wild. Explore my jungle treetop retreat at Diyabubula (http://www.diyabubula.com/en/home/). *pls note the mistake-The Rock is not 5,000 AD as the guide had said, jetlag didn't go down well with me* A truly wonderful experience that I am so glad to share with you all!!
අවුරැදු දහස් ගනන් පැරණි ආදිවාසී වැදි සංස්කෘතිය, ශ්රී ලංකිකයන් වන අපට උරැමවූ මහත් වටිනා දායාදයකි. මෙය ඉදිරි පරපුරට දැකබලාගානීමට පමණක්වත් සංරක්ෂනය කිරීමට අපගේ යුතුකමයි. It's truly a privilege that we can to this day observe and immerse ourselves in the Veddah culture of Sri Lanka which has survived thousands of years. It's our duty to conserve it, so that future generations too can experience this incredible heritage of ours. #IndegenousPeople #Veddahs #VeddahLife #SriLanka
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