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118 2 May 21, 2018

By seangara_ 👌 ・・・ Beauty of 🚂 Like this one, the train does not pass only once in a lifetime, it happens every day, at any time and in any place. if you are having a bad day as I have had, stop a second, take a deep breath and paint a smile on your face. We have 1000 reasons to feel lucky and every second is an opportunity to take that train that changes your day. .

188 2 May 21, 2018

Location : Rumassala . . Photo courtesy pajuskanacestach.cz . . . . In the colonial era, it was known as 'Buona Vista' (pleasant view). The legendary chronicle ‘Ramayana’ proclaims that ‘Rumassala’ is a chunk of Himalayan Mountains in India. Rumassala hill gives you a beautiful view of the southern coast of Galle. Colonials used Rumassala as a watering point to fill their crafts with fresh water. Even today we can see the Surplus of the jetty. By the way, now it has become a service center for ships and crafts. The Rumassala forest has a vast collection of bio diversity. . . . . . . #walksrilanka #travelsrilanka #wanderlustsrilanka #wanderlust #beautifulsrilanka #ella #visitsrilanka #srilankatourism #travellife #srilanka #treksrilanka #srilankatoday #styleinsrilanka #goexplore #dowhatyoulove #exploresrilanka #amazingview #keepdreaming #travelasia #asiawanderlust #galle #visualsoflife #scenicroute #letsgosomewhere #passionpassport #couplegoals #srilankatour #travelersblog #ourplanetdaily

142 1 May 20, 2018

Waving flags with my man at the Royal Wedding 👑 #RoyalWedding

220 7 May 21, 2018

Regrann from walksrilanka - Location : Rumassala . . Photo courtesy pajuskanacestach.cz . . . . In the colonial era, it was known as 'Buona Vista' (pleasant view). The legendary chronicle ‘Ramayana’ proclaims that ‘Rumassala’ is a chunk of Himalayan Mountains in India. Rumassala hill gives you a beautiful view of the southern coast of Galle. Colonials used Rumassala as a watering point to fill their crafts with fresh water. Even today we can see the Surplus of the jetty. By the way, now it has become a service center for ships and crafts. The Rumassala forest has a vast collection of bio diversity. . . . . . . #walksrilanka #travelsrilanka #wanderlustsrilanka #wanderlust #beautifulsrilanka #ella #visitsrilanka #srilankatourism #travellife #srilanka #treksrilanka #srilankatoday #styleinsrilanka #goexplore #dowhatyoulove #exploresrilanka #amazingview #keepdreaming #travelasia #asiawanderlust #galle #visualsoflife #scenicroute #letsgosomewhere #passionpassport #couplegoals #srilankatour #travelersblog #ourplanetdaily

32 1 May 20, 2018

Comment a ❤️ if you have been to the iconic 9 arch bridge at Demodara ❤️ Love the view captured from afar by vladpogorilyy 😍🇱🇰 . Follow exploresrilanka for more travel destinations ❤️🇱🇰🌊 #ExploreSriLanka #DemodaraNineArchBridge #Demodara #Ella #SriLanka . The Nine Arches Bridge also called The Bridge in the sky. It is one of the best examples of British railway constructions when Ceylon was a colony of the British Empire. The construction of the bridge is generally attributed to a local Ceylonese builder, P. K. Appuhami, in consultation with British engineers. The chief designer and project manager of the 'upcountry railway line of Ceylon' project was D.J.Wimalasurendra, a distinguished Ceylonese engineer and inventor. The designer of the viaduct was Harold Cuthbert Marwood of Railway Construction Department of Ceylon Government Railway. The 1923 report titled "Construction of a Concrete Railway Viaduct in Ceylon" published by the Engineering Association of Ceylon has details of all the records including the plans and drawings. . It is located in Demodara, between Ella and Demodara railway stations. The surrounding area has seen a steady increase of tourism due to the bridge's architectural ingenuity and the profuse greenery in the nearby hillsides.

1693 48 May 20, 2018

Evil eye necklaces. Incredibly stylish and very popular at present. #tinasenanayakejewels #srilanakanjewelry #shoppingincolombo #styleinsrilanka #handmadewithlove #evileyenecklace #evileyejewelry

27 0 May 20, 2018

The Knuckles Waterfall 😍 captured by hillside.hermitage - check out the Hillside Hermitage account for some amazing Knuckles photography 🙏 The Knuckles waterfall is located off the main trail to Knuckles Peaks from Bambarella ❤️ . Follow exploresrilanka for more travel destinations ❤️🇱🇰 #ExploreSriLanka #KnucklesMountainRange #KnucklesFalls #Bambaraella #SriLanka . The Hillside Hermitage is an account of "Photos of the life in a Buddhist hermitage, rescue dogs, and trekking around the mountains of central Sri Lanka" . Google Map : https://goo.gl/maps/bGeUCaHVDes . The Knuckles Mountain Range lies in central Sri Lanka, in the Districts of Matale and Kandy. The range takes its name from a series of recumbent folds and peaks in the west of the massif which resemble the knuckles of clenched fist when viewed from certain locations in the Kandy District. This region is also referred to as Dumbara Kanduvetiya meaning Mist-laden Mountain Range. Source : Wiki

817 19 May 21, 2018

My kind of breakfast 🥑🥑🥑

94 3 May 21, 2018

Your ears deserve these beauties!😀Available at Trunk, Cinnamon Grand Hotel, Colombo. #tinasenanayakejewels #srilanakanjewelry #shoppingincolombo #hansmadewithlove #peridot #earringsoftheday #styleinsrilanka

13 0 May 21, 2018

The 'Gara Yakuma' one of the 'Devil Dances' in Sri Lanka 😍 Captured by buddhizeez 📸💕 The 'tovil' can be a simple ritualistic ceremony at home restricted to family and immediate neighbors or involving the whole village like the 'gam-maduva' or the 'devol-maduva'.(Read more fun facts below) . Follow exploresrilanka for more travel destinations ❤️🇱🇰 #ExploreSriLanka #GaraYaka #DevilDance #GamMaduwa #SriLanka . The "Devil Dances" are an attempt to respond to a belief that certain ailments are caused by unseen hands and that they should be chased away for the patient to get cured. If an individual or a family is not doing well, there is a believe that it's because that person or the family is being harassed by unseen hands. . Masked dancers take part in at least two of the well-known 'tovil' ceremonies referred to as the 'Maha Sohon Samayama' and the 'Gara Yakuma'. The mention of 'Maha Sohona' frightens the people since he is believed to be the demon of the graveyards. . The performer disguises himself as a bear and wears a mask and a dress to resemble one. Often the 'tovil' involves the 'sanni' dances where all the dancers wear masks. The 'daha ata sanniya' refers to eighteen ailments with a demon being responsible for each one of them. . Dancers wearing masks depicting different characters take part in processions while at certain ceremonies. Of later origin are the masks worn by children and teenagers at street performances during Vesak. Popularly known as 'olu bakko' for the simple reason that oversize masks are worn, these performances keep the younger folk, in particular, entertained. . The simple version of the devil dance ritual usually starts in the morning with the building of the stage, decorations and preparation of the costumes. The performers build an intricate stage before which the dancing commences. The stage consists of a wall made of freshly cut natural materials such as coconut palm tree and banana tree trunks. Depending on the region and the available materials the stage may also be coated with clay mud. The dances are accompanied by drummers which also herald the begin of the ritual. Source : Wiki

879 25 May 20, 2018
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