Paths Links People

Paths Links People

Thonigala Inscriptions are of the 2nd Century BC and carved on Rock. information courtesy;Internet

Thonigala Inscriptions are of the 2nd Century BC and carved on Rock. information courtesy;Internet
Tonigala. (a.) Parumaka Abaya puta parumaka Tisaha wapi acagirika Tisa pawatahi agata anagata catudisa sagasa dine. Dewana pi maharaja Gamini Abaye niyate acanagaraka ca [tawi] rikiya nagaraka ca. Parumaka Abaya puta parumaka Tisa niyata pite raj aha agata anagata catudisa sagasa

History; Path to future

History; Path to future
Reading Future through History, Nagala mountain and the Stupa of the Nagala Kanda Rajamaha Viharaya, Nikaweva, Polpithigama, Kurunegala District.

yesterdays kingdoms enhanced people's today

yesterdays kingdoms enhanced people's today
let us view today through past ...........Kingdom of Yapahuwa - 13th Century

Saturday, June 1, 2013

PUMPKINS, BATANAS AND GURKINS of this world


All nutritious + full. Begins with different letters plus gives and provides different letters of vitamins. The colours too different. Pumpkins and batanas look alike in colour. But the sizes are different.



I know pumpkins from my childhood the batansas I got know little later of my life. we were not that much ‘ fond of batanas family’ earlier. We had a friend family her mother used to bring batanas every week end not the pumpkins we know and very familiar with the flavours.

The very shaphy and happy pumpkins brings so much of money in to the wallets and pockets of farmers, sellers and how can I forget the ‘atharamediyo’ the interveners who get what portion or amount I am not that much worried. I want the nutri value

Once I saw on TV the world’s biggest pumpkin. The farmer could not embrace the happiness of cultivating pumpkins the way he want he was not given a full air time to show his pumpkin cultivation and explain his effort the way he like.

Air time is so limited for TV 

many cultivations are there to be telecast and many efforts many shows are there to be aired therefore ‘have to limit’ explaining too much or talking too much like done already and need to balance the talking and showing in a proper way.



Talking is no easy like cultivating pumpkins batanas and or gurkins. For some of course talking is easier than cultivating pumpkins. Why we need pumpkins, batanas and Gurkins since we have too much of Kohila, Habarala , kiri Ala Innala in Hindagala J. The choices of tastes my friends some cares about nutria values some cares about the tastes and flavours I care about all.

I like all in one kind ‘pumpkin’ + pol (coconut – Grated) and a katta karawala hodi (dried fish -gravy) and sudu hale bath ( raw rice) No this does not go with other nuts pumpkins always goes nicely with grated coconut or with pol sambole.  

Batanas are different to Batang (have you heard this Batang before then find out) I do not think you guys will like to eat Batana with some pol. This gives a no good taste but can curry the way you like using coconut milk. Shape of batana is not at all similar to pumpkin. the physicality of this batana is small in size compared to pumkin.

Kin is a different word. Every word that we begin or end with the word ‘kin’ is very special.

Kinship is something that one should care very much than pumpkin or Gurkin.
Some kin get the chances of crowning ‘kingship’ that a powerful word. Which is more stronger or powerful kinship, kingship or friendship or the Titanic Ship?
Just because it shrank who can say that it is invalid or unimportant or just historical. How to forget rose and her guy they all memorable and embraceable.
Batana is very much and totally different to bananas

Ohhhhhps I forget who does not know about pumpkins, batanas and Girkins but friends I like not only cultivating them but also talking of them.

Take pumpkin or kinship and try and find the words hidden.

List them and analyze them

When ever we are given a role or a responsibility it is so good when we can analyze the hidden roles and hidden word within the main role and the main job. Ah you all need to forget die or death even you encounter any words hidden as such.

Once I read and interview given to a particular paper long time ago by our one 
and only ‘dimuthu muthu lady and the Kusa Pabawathi’ ‘ Devika Mihiraani’
Madame Do you still have the paper cutting check whether my memory is accurate this was long ago.

She was asked to explain bit about her day today routines, how she spends her day and what she eats to maintain her figure that way.



She has told ‘mama kemathiy wattakka thambala pol ekka karawala hodi bath’ (I like to eat pumpkin steamed with some grated coconut, gravied dried fish plus steamed rice) she is accurate that gives not only the nutria values one needs but 

some colours to your skin tone.

Skin and pumpkin are very good friends J
Just take the word skin

How may words that one can read within hidden.

sin

Kin

Ink


Anything else

I have not very much associated with lady Gurkin. Bit expensive than pumpkin even when compared to Batana. I do not know from where they have come here with Portuguese or with Dutch and English 

Kin are inevitable pumpkins are avoidable Gurkins may suitable Batanas are acceptable. That is how this world is being formed, created, or lasted this far. Some things are avoidable many things are acceptable some things or many things may or might suitable. Things are not easy as taking or discussing like growing or talking about pumpkins or Gurkins. Everything is complex and some things are complexed. Nothing is simple or easy.

We can talk about universalizing or globalizing pumpkin or Gurkin what is most difficult sometimes is localizing something applicably.

Weather conditions type of soil water in required quantity avoid fertilizers, packing healthily, selling fairly, eating carefully, presenting gorgeousfully think of the things that one has to think in growing pumpkin or embracing kin, respecting kingship.

Different roles at different places different thinking at different times and moments attached with lives practices of lives.


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