Treading a road not taken
It was a first book that catapulted the author to literary fame, winning him the prestigious Gratiaen award in 2003. Tragically Nihal de Silva was killed in a landmine attack in Wilpattu two years ago but his poignant story of human emotions that break through war and conflict will soon come alive on the silver screen. Come September, ‘The Road from Elephant Pass’, a film by Chandran Rutnam will be in cinemas across the country.
Vanishing Veddahs!
For the small Veddah community of Uru Warige Wanniyala-eththo-- just 375 families living in the fast expanding town of Dambana, 20 km from Mahiyangana-- it is indeed a struggle between their traditional way of life and the encroaching demands of the modern world.
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