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Dear Visitor... Welcome to Sri Lanka in the most hallowed month of May. The Buddhists commemorate three important events, the birth, enlightenment and the passing away of the Buddha on Wesak full moon day. The Ehela trees laden with golden blossoms herald Wesak, which has been declared by the UNO as a Universal Spiritual Holiday. An International world conference will be held on 12-14th May, attended by world Buddhist leaders and other international delegates on the theme: Buddhist Teachings for Social Justice and Sustainable World Peace. The venues will be the BMICH and the Dalada Maligawa, Kandy. A wave of Buddhist meditation is sweeping across areas in the U.S.A. as a part of soul therapy for mindfulness based stress reduction. Sanam Karamally a travel agent from Pakistan, extols the charms of this ‘Paradise Isle’. Pete Martin shares his cycling experience traversing pass the tea gardens and taking a mini break for white water rafting on Kelani river which had been quite an experience! Buddhist sculptures in Sri Lanka bears the influence of different periods of Indian history but retains its national identity. China bestows upon us a ‘Ceylon Princess’, her story dating back from 600years during the reign of King Parakramabahu VI is an interesting read. Absorbed in our culture why not relax amidst nature at Panwawe Weebissa, a place to stay in a unique setting. The Travel Lanka Team

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