Kandy City

2012
SEP 22

Vacation in the Beautiful Kandy City

Vacation in the Beautiful Kandy City

Kandy is one of the most beautiful cities of Sri Lanka that is known for its scenic beauty and rich cultural value. Spread over an area of around 1940 square kilometers, it is counted amongst the world heritage sites of UNESCO. The city promises a number of tourist attractions that include the Old Royal Palace and the famous Temple of Tooth. The latter consists of the sacred relic of Buddha’s tooth because of which Kandy is regarded as one of the most sacred places by Buddhists. Other holy spots include the Gadaladeniya Temple and the Lankathilake Temple.  The Old Royal Palace of Kandy is a treat for sore eyes and a treasure trove for history lovers. On one hand, you have the Queen’s chambers and quarters of the concubines and on the other, there are the armory and council chambers. If yoRead More

2014
JAN 11

Web designing companies in Sri Lanka

Web designing companies in Sri Lanka

Web designing in Sri Lanka is among the most prospering businesses in information technology sector. Lanka Web Company not to be left behind has joined this bandwagon of web designing companies in Sri Lanka. We have emerged as a leading web designing organization catering to every sphere and offering a seamless service to our customers. In this generation of internet marketing, an attractive website design plays a significant role in convincing website visitors that include prospective and existing customers. A website or web page is a combination of content, images, videos, and visitors comments and hence needs proper planning in its creation and execution. Our web designing professionals at Lanka Web Company work in prefect unison to create websites that are visually distinctive aRead More

2012
JUL  6

Kandy Esala Perahera 2012

Kandy Esala Perahera 2012

 Official dates of the Kandy Esala Perahera 2012 23rd July to 2nd August 2012 Date                                                     Event 19th July 2012                                   Planting of Kapa 19th - 22nd July 2012                       Internal Perahera of Four Devales 23rd July 2012                                  First Kubal Perahera 24th July 2012                                  Second Kubal Perahera 25th July 2012                                  Third Kubal Perahera 26th July 2012                                  Fourth Kubal Perahera 27th July 2012                                  Fifth Kubal Perahera 28th July 2012                                  First Randoli Perahera 29th July 2012                                  Second Randoli Perahera 30th July 2012Read More

2012
FEB 10

Royal Palace Of The Kandyan Kingdom

A residual remnant of the past dating as far back as the 14th century, the Royal Palace of the Kandyan Kingdom lies tucked away near the valleys of Kandy as reminiscence of the last Kandyan King, Wickrama Rajasinghe. Very little of the structure remains today which consisted of the Royal Court (Magul Maduwa) and the Temple of Tooth among other displays of architectural brilliance. Seeped in ancient history that’s seen the palace burned down and rebuilt a number of times, it has also witnessed sacred beliefs. The Temple of Tooth is said to have a relic of Lord Buddha’s tooth. Popular belief had it, that whoever possessed the tooth was divinely blessed with the right to rule the land. Many wars were fought domestically to gain the relic, while foreign invaders like the Portuguese also Read More

2012
FEB 10

Pilimathalawa

Pilimathalawa

This is a small Kandyan town located about ten kilometres from the main town of Kandy and over a hundred kilometres from the capital, Colombo. The name bears its origins to the words Pilima, meaning statues and Thalawa, meaning flat area in Sinhalese. The explanation is still debatable but popular belief does weigh in a bit towards this theory. The town has gained fame over the years for its traditional brassware and Buddhist temples, which are considered extremely important around the area. The Embekka temple is also greatly significant to Pilimathalawa. Also called the Embekka Devalaya, this temple is dedicated to worshipping Mahasen and a local deity Devatha Bandara. This shrine has three parts which display extremely superior architecture using wooden carvings. A lot of the carvingRead More

Minolma-Fenandiz

Minolma Fenandiz is a writing articles, script, stories for newspapers   magazines. Professional blogger and author of "Sri Lanka Gude Book".

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