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

Monday, June 3, 2013

Reminders ………………….


I promised. I remember the promise. My friends too remembered this particular promise. My friends sometimes remind me things their way. It is so heart pleasing and happy to know the consciousness, focusness, and the minutes they spend on of thinking of others, and that is very encouraging.

will come to that later but before that a particular song sung by our very genuine and wholesome singer Musician voice of people Ms Nanda malini remind me of the children, the adults who flew to other countries searching of knowledge plus their desired things.

Sarungale waral sale nisansale guwan thale
apen midee wena ratakata yannna hadanne
Upan bimata wediya thenak koheda thiyenne
Sarungale numba waagei rata hera yana ape lamai


The frills of the kite floating so libertyfully up in the air ( sky limit area) no disturbances to be seen.

Why are you thinking of moving to another country, children?

the lyricist asked the children of this our country 

Can you name a one place better than the soil that we were born?
where can you find such a place where you feel no stranger 

Dear Kite they are like you who goes up up and away 

The children who think of moving away keeping their loved ones do you think that they are different to you



Sometime back Mille soya yaama ( go searching for Mille) is the main dream of almost half of the youngsters and who ever thinking of moving out of the country looking for jobs, more money comfortable life without thinking too much about the after math results of staying away from their loved ones  for couple of years that is the everywhere initial plan of working contracts

Eya giye avurudu dekakata ( He went aborad or middle east for two years Eya = people general using to ones better half)
  
Duwa giye avurudu dekakata ( my daughter went there for two years)

Avurudu dekakata passé putha gedara aawe ( My son back home after two years) 

Hitiye Milano wala ( He was in Milano) 

I remember the Mille soya (the movie directed by Budy Keerthisena) group very much good story there were lot to think and explore. Mr Mahendra became a singer J I never thought that he could sing on stage before the public J

Those things are reminders …………………..

Sometimes a cup of hot coffee on a rainy morning is also a good reminder of forgotten tasks, the essays to be written as promised after having a ‘power of power tea’
It was a very coffee morning (31 May 2013) with this and that discussions chit chats here and there not only about coffees but also of many other important things including the choices of coffee preferences of coffees. The day was like a little coffee café in the ground floor area of the OUSL – Nawala, Faculty of education. The coffee brings ideas in to minds I like to agree. thing is we need bit of research to do before writing like MS wrote his morning inspection to Daily News , like good observer ‘Musings’
Kindly give me few more days to touch the essence of coffees to give it some ‘sensefullness’ to the idea of coffee.

The posters of this and that of town, this and that of walls public mainly, allocated areas within the given space the teeny weeny poetic words written such things too I like to categorize as sort of reminders.

I am thinking of the pictures that most of the ad creativities use I am not good in understanding the colours they use or the words they use to attract the public but I have a feeling that the pictures they generally take should enhance the idea, objective, the message that they need to convey to the public. I like analyzing them a bit.  Limited time, limited words one has to use in a full length way. People read while traveling, while going here and there, while marketing while waiting for a bus, limited attractive words and meaningful pictures must tell the whole thing and they should absorb everything within a moment or minute.

This and that ads remind me the factors of my illiteracy on the ideas of advertisement.

Friendly ‘Mawbima’ the sociologist should have paid the helper the idea giver more than 2000 I thought. The beach rooms uses. Is it really true? No I do not doubt. I am thinking of the colours of the garments ‘the man and the woman was wearing’ Thambili paata t shirt ekai dam paata saayai sudu blouse ekai (?)

So how did you feel after watching them do you think we should eliminate such places totally or should encourage them for having such places?

Dear Musings

I like the ‘upper garments’ such as Kaba Kuruththawa’ Bostherekke J
I wonder ‘Thota langa kollo kello a dawas wala kohomada diya nawe’?
Was there a particular way the girls and boys of Thota langa bathed, those days?
I liked the ‘Thota Langa’ katha tika J

The ‘Diya redda’ reminded me of a particular saying

‘Diya redden bella kapnawa wage’
Cutting the neck using a diya redda

I think they have equalized the diya redda to a weapon that is harmful. I do not know to explain or discuss this saying any other advanced way. May be the experts of Language can do better.
(diya redda= particular piece of cloth that the women used to wear when they are bathing in public places like game linda ( village well), outside bath rooms, weva langa ( at Tanks), Paare tap eka langa ( near public taps of roads) Gange nana kota (at river bathing)

Every time or most of the time when I struggle slicing jack due to the troubles that gives my poor knife the following old saying  comes in to my mind’
‘Yuddeta nethi kaduwa kos kotannada’

What can be done with a sword that can not be used during a war? Rather than using it for war purposes can people use it to slice jack?
(sorry about poor translation)  
 
Every single thing that one may encounter, see, observe, read, listen share may reminds some or many things, few things or at least a single thing.
Enough for the day everyone has enough of things to remember memorize embrace and think or analyze depends on person I thought.

The Moth of JUNE reminds everyone of POSON    

Good writers do not forget their main topic where ever they take their readers from this destination to that destination or to any destinations of knowledge they keep their readers very focused.    
  

      
  






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