Environment

Murunga (Moringa) -The Miracle Tree

Nov 23rd, 2012 | By

Murunga – (Moringa) The miracle tree   The tiny leaves of the Murunga Tree have 7 x vitamin C of Oranges 4 x Vitamin A of Carrots 4 x Calcium as Milk 3 times potassium as Bananas 2 x Protein as Yogurt And many more benefits from the rest of the tree.   Let’s plant
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How to solve Termite problems without poisoning your environment

Sep 4th, 2012 | By

Whenever we are faced with a problem, we tend to look for a quick, easy and a permanent solution for it. When it comes of termite attacks many householders generally go straight for the kill, using the most potent poison with the potential threat to harm family health as well as the environment. The current
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“Yala” – The Home of The Wild

Jul 13th, 2012 | By

A trip to the Yala National park in Sri Lanka  is much more than seeing animals at close range but an experience of its life in a natural wild habitat. These photographs are about the beauty and the vast expanse of this home of the wild.



Visiting Sri Lanka – Communicating in Singhala

May 5th, 2012 | By

  Ayubowan – Greetings The Singhala language is unique to Sri Lanka and is the language spoken by the majority of people in the country. Sri Lanka,  with its written history going back to 500 B.C, its early civilization rich in culture, religion and tradition, intertwined with periodic alien invasions, is a land with a rich
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50 Ways to be….

May 3rd, 2012 | By

50ways50 ways to be a better lover ………..of nature 1. Green at home –                  Make a commitment to be friendly to your environment. 2. Plant a tree-          In your own back yard and watch it grow or gift a tree sapling to a friend 3. Fruits of labour – grow fruit trees and share
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Climate Change and its environmental and humanitarian impact in Sri Lanka

Apr 15th, 2012 | By

Sri Lanka’s unique bio diversity is a global heritage that is threatened by the impact of climate change and efforts in achieving and sustaining the millennium goals are challenged by Global warming experienced currently.    The focus of this paper is to identify the key factor of climate change and global warming that has the
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A brief cultural tour of Sri Lanka – and what to see, where

Apr 14th, 2012 | By

Sri Lankan cultural development through the ages can be seen as a product of a combination of adoption, innovation, development and preservation. Since around 300b.c, our people adopted and innovated methods to develop systems through  governance, irrigation, agriculture, art, language and religion. Whilst we can identify through various historic references to many aspects of other
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To balance or control nature for man’s own survival?

Apr 14th, 2012 | By

To balance or control nature for man’s own survival? If Man, Nature and the Universe represent Unity, Diversity and Harmony that sustains life, then man’s selfishness, narrow mindedness and greed would lead to its death and disintegration. “Treat the earth well: it was not given to us by our parents, but lent to us by
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A simple guide to a healthy life-style

Apr 14th, 2012 | By

Imagine yourself with a fit healthy body, able to enjoy life and carryout all your day to day activities without any difficulty. There is enough and more evidence to show that over-weight leads to long term health problems and that slimming medication does not help reduce weight and may involve serious health risks. Our muscles
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Art and artists of Sri Lanka

Apr 12th, 2012 | By

Art and culture in Sri Lanka has always been intricately intertwined to such an extent that the two cannot be identified separately. Whether in the form of paintings, sculpture, handicraft or performing arts, “Sri Lankan art” typically depict “life” in the form of People, landscape and cultural lifestyle. Sri Lankan art also stands to give
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