Classical grace
Classical Indian dancer Rama Vaidyanathan danced with expressive grace for the celebration of one of Sri Lanka’s leading newspapers --the Virakesari’s 79th anniversary. ‘Colours of Rhythm II’, her show was held at the Galle Face Hotel on Monday, August 17. Rama is considered one of the leading exponents of Bharatha Natyam in India today.
Taniya Nature Resort: Bridging adventure and nature in Kalpitiya

Kalpitiya is the top north city in a beautiful stretch of land separated from the mainland by lagoon on one side and sea on the other. Nearly about 150 kms away from the capital, Kalpitiya identified as the latest tourist destination of Sri Lanka. There are many islands - small and large formed within both sea and lagoon. These islands are a treat to see. Most of these, especially the ones by the lagoon, are covered with green mangroves.

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