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Sinhala And Hindu New Year A Time For The Families To Be Together

Every year, “Koha” reminds us early on, that the new year is just around the corner. It is a time in the year, that everything is done following age-old traditions in both the Sinhala and Hindu culture. According to the astrologers, it is the sun’s transition from the Meena Raashiya to Mesha Raashiya completing a cycle of 12 months that is marked by the New Year celebrations.

A teacher’s journey to an Entrepreneur Deshabandu Dr. Thushari Koralage

Dr. Thushari Koralage is a woman who holds a plethora of roles. She is a mother, a teacher, a Principal and Managing directoress, an author, a lyricist, a social worker and an ardent lover of nature. Recently she was recognized at the awards ceremony of Women in Management as a Top 50 woman entrepreneur.

Treasures of the Wild

The 3rd of March is not just another ordinary day, the reason being that, on this day each year, the World Wildlife Day is celebrated. This day is commemorated in order to raise awareness of the fauna and flora of the wild, and to make sure that their survival is not threatened or endangered in any way.

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Festive Elegance By Ramzi the Hair Maestro

Since this is the season of Sinhala and Tamil New Year, Ramzi has focused on the spirit of the season in his hairstyles for this month. He has done an elegant low hairdo to go with the traditional Kandyan saree.

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FAMILY

Enhancing the Early Years Post Covid-19

The very word MONTESSORI conjures up pictures of children amidst a smiling teacher. Politicians use the name loosely to explain the childish and spoilt behaviour of colleagues. The rest of the country uses it as a means of convenient understanding. “Kohedayanne? Mohn-te-ssoh-ri-yata” If only the powers that be know the benefits of this single most advanced program of the early years they would rush to establish great Montessori-based facilities a

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FOOD

Kokis with a Twist!

The Sinhala and Tamil New Year is celebrated each year in the month of April when the vibrant, red flowers of the Erabadu trees form a canopy over the busy streets with each morning brightened by the distant call of the Koha. Waking up to a mighty feast of Kiri Bath and curry followed by a myriad of sweet treats is a tradition we Sri Lankans look forward to on the day of Avurudu.

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HEALTH

Self-Love in the Time of Love

In this month of love, let’s think about self-love; let’s make caring for Ourselves, a new year resolution we all deserve. We spoke to Dr. Tharka Kankanam Gamage regarding simple treatments we could do at home, to care for your skin and overall beauty.

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Treasures of the Wild

The 3rd of March is not just another ordinary day, the reason being that, on this day each year, the World Wildlife Day is celebrated. This day is commemorated in order to raise awareness of the fauna and flora of the wild, and to make sure that their survival is not threatened or endangered in any way.

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