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

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Ah! the name changing attitude of SNOW Party, How white is that?

i am particularly addressing The Chief of the 'Department of Names Changing'  : - ) of the present Government. 

I like to say that if you have not established a department as such , good to choose that option and set up an institution, because i can see that you have many more names to changed and replace them with a name of your choice'

for an example, if you still believe that the name of the series of schools that the former government has started, for instance,  'Mahindodaya' Schools' ( the name) should be changed and  replaced with another name;  'Udyogaya' or with 'Maithree Patashala'.

i guess there is no issues because  you have gained the power to do so. i believe that i can understand 'the working strategies of present Government also by such actions taken.

for me it is something silly. 

i guess you have misunderstood 'the vote given to you by the people of both 'UNP and Sri Lanka Freedom Party. so you may proceed thinking that you can fool your voters or thinking that people have voted for you to take that kind of actions instead of starting something of your own and give what ever name you like.  is it a bad suggestion?

And i am extremely sorry to note that i feel  that 'what ever the Former Government have established , you want to delete even the names of such establishments in order to erase the names from their their memories.   

next, i ( one of the civilians of the country) like to ask you the reasons you can give your countrymen as to change the name of the international Auditorium , Theater ' Nelum Pokuna' all of a sudden and re name it as 'Ananda Kumaraswamy memorial hall' (?)

i have a better suggestion if you like to accept.

WE DO NOT HAVE  A SCHOOL FOR any students who are interested in learning ACTING, SCRIPT WRITING, PRODUCING, EDITING, MUSIC COMPOSING, EVERY SINGLE THING THAT CAN LEARN UNDER ONE ROOF, From a well known professionals PLEASE SET UP A SCHOOL , WE DON'T EXPECT YOU TO DO IT WITHIN 03 MONTHS but within next 6 months , perhaps AND KINDLY NAME IT AS ' THE ANANDA KUMARASWAMY MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF CINEMA. you can HONOR him that way, if you believe that you should take actions to dedicate the institutions on behalf of their names ( contributions) 

do something fresh, what is the point trying to rename all the names of the establishments that the former government have set up?

do you think that what i say is unfair?

how many names of roads, institutions, in this country we have dedicated to Non nationals? if you believe that we should change all the names and start naming them giving the names of the local heroes 'how do you get it'?

think a while ....................

i guess that is going to be not a good tradition to begin but something not worth to continue as a tradition.


If the former governments followed that procedures what would happen to the BMICH, though it was built to honor the Both Bandaranayake' leaders of the Country. none of the presidents took actions to change it. and let me give you more examples in my next essay.

Begin something solid and give any name you like without going in to the option above mentioned.


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