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

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Magie darling ' Don't think that it is a 'DOWN FALL'

Primarily i like to say that i do not like any enterprise to collapse. But , if it is necessary or when the customer bases suggest anything for the sake of the good health of them, they should be ready to Rejuvenate', Adjust', the plans of the Enterprise- internal, Marketing Strategies, Upgrading the QUALITY of any product.

So Magie, 'Thank them and yourself for testing what ever product you manufacture and banning or destroying them, for the sake of the people, the customers that you care a lot.

Remember, what happened to some of the Milk Products that some of the entrepreneurs produced for its consumers, here and there?

any who learned market lessons from the mistakes they do, tiny or big do not stay relax, that 's not the way good entrepreneurs respond to what ever obstacles they face.

So .................

Are you by any chance, a sibling of Fontera, that was trying to Anchor the milk product people for years?

Same thing happened to dear Ratti , a dear and near of  milk lovers

who else?

Remind me ?

i think it is a lesson and a warning for all manufactures who manufacture consumer products adding any flavours , preservatives that are unhealthy for human beings

i guess, according to my personal knowledge,   some busicut manufactuers too should take neccasary actions to 'self check' their receipies

i remember some times back, the doctors warn people to not to eat any consumer product that contained ' E' # preservatives or flavours ?

Am i right?

after listening to such awareness programs, paper articles i paid somewhat attention to that before orchasing them but soon after few days or weeks i forgot and back into routinized purchasing.

So, it is not a fault of a manufacturer totally.  The Customers too should have done their duty, and the ' Customer Service Authority,  who ever is checking or issuing 'quality certificates' ( ISO / SLS?)
for them

So, Random or continious checking of such things are important, i recon

So, Magie join the clan of manufactures of Noodles or any other product needling  it with healthy heart preservatives, colours and flavours.

You can IMPROVE the same PRODUCT and send it to the market

all what you need to do is to remove the 'unhealthy preservatives' from your recipe

Something very good for 'all health types'

Look! Magie, who says that we are poor in flavours ( Natural)?

Experiment some of them and add them for easy cooking agendas of busy house wives, supporting husbands, helpful children

Do some research or laboratory tests (?) but remember it is good if you can categorize health status of your consumers first and foremost


most of them now suffer from not only chronic conditions but also ' chronic cooking obstacles' so give them a  boost

Some of them suffer from diabetic,  cholesterol  so target them

You know Magie, in this market - local, you find less products for Diabetic patients

that is something lacking

Aim them, people would definitely choose your products

Earning back their trust is not only your duty but also its your responsibility



Sunday, June 28, 2015

Dark Clouds i request you

Dark clouds
Not Here
But within Pakistan

Dark clouds,
Travel not in Wet Zone, any
Within Dry Zone, any

What zone you prefer?
I care not
I command,
Travel not here
But within Islamabad,

I command
Care no territory,
Care no ethnicity,
Care no colour,
Care no class,
Care no appearance,
But I insist you
Care their thirst
AID their cultivations
Fill their Wells
Wet their Hearts
Moisture their thoughts

Dark clouds,
You travel not around rain forests
in every inch of Pakistan

What crime they have done?
They were obeying your rules
700 hundreds of them
You punished
What religious,
Crime they have done?
Answer not me
But them

Dark clouds
No funeral we want
We want Ramazan
Happy Ramazan
Thank you for listening!

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

One day i praised, the automated teller machines but today i say ..................

Before i move on to what i want to write, let me say that i am little good at remembering any money available (remaining balance) in the savings accounts i maintain. Thankfully.

i have few bank accounts at some private and public banks here, though the remaining balance is not sometimes 'satisfactory'.

So the incident that i am trying to share today is related to the Savings Bank Account that i maintain at the People's Bank, Sri Lanka.

My salary straight a away goes to my bank account.

for what ever money i withdraw, i do not sometimes request receipts because i often like to give machines or who ever trouble me second chances, human errors, machine errors.

But i do not normally forget any of the incidents happened regarding what ever, carrier or otherwise.

Reason is if you forget things happened or happening, that means you do not get chances to use that experience for your own good.

As i mentioned earlier, i often like to trust the ATM machines other than people but the fact i forget is finally things such as, 'who maintains them' : - )

It is individuals 

Other thing is you cannot keep the receipts that the ATM machines issues for so long because of the ink type they use i assume.

You cannot collect them as records and use them for what ever future purposes / uses

i think the techno people must think of such as well, to provide QUALITYFULL SERVICE .


so let me move on to the incident happened today

 Today, Actually, what was available in my pocket was less than 50/= rupees. Suddenly a hundred rupee note came in to my mind. Purpose behind thinking of withdrawing a hundred rupee : - ) is buying some Green Grams for my mother, thinking of cooking some Milk rice using Green Gram for her.

She was little unhealthy according to the tests ( Medical) done

i decided to move onto that option, because i very well remembered the machine indicated the other day, as the ' WITHDRAWABLE AMOUNT = 404.

Knowing that i entered the amount 400/= that is to withdraw

Unfortunately, though the machine indicated i could withdraw 404 rupees about a week back , it didn't allow me to withdraw that amount

So, i thought, alright ............, let me withdraw 300/= rupees then

keeping the hundred and four i withdrew 300/= .

i came home with 300 rupee amount but the remaining amount very well stamped in my mind.

So today, because of the need i wanted that hundred rupee. Because it is not a property of the bank. i always consider a bank as a helper and as a facilitator, a friend in need, in deed

you may feel like laughing , but that is the situation

i am not a millionire. You all know that.

i could have become a at least fifty Thousandanier but because of my idiotic policies  of living ( I learned today) i had to depend on few thousands i earn.

Unfortunately some cheat or like to play with the hundred rupees the people like we have.

It is something like Sh-- right ?

i do not know how much money the banks are charging,  for we using the ATM machines.

I thought that is a free service the banks offer for their VALID CUSTOMERS, rich or poor.

Normally even for a tiny 'cent', available in any bank accounts  'what do you add?

Is it possible to decrease, deduct any amount from the remaining balance at any cost?

Oh! i forget to tell you, today the bank showed 99. 12/= AS REMAINING BALANCE 

amazing right : - )

Is it something that you can expect?

Any advice you would like to give, analyzing this?

let me link this to an incident happened in the past.

About six months ago or so i remember trying to withdraw a hundred rupee i had in my account. i faced the same situation. (i know some know it, let me not re write). But i couldn't withdraw it. The machine indicated that 'remaining balance is insufficient for me to withdraw that Rs. 100/=

what had happened to the hundred that was in my account?

i didn't know

i didn't inquire

i forward that error in to the account of 'human error' / machine error : - (

so i walked back home.

in about one or two weeks later, (i remembered and have not forgotten the incident happened) i wanted to check it again.

Somehow, what happened was ' the hundred rupee has returned in to my bank account'. in one word it 'reappeared'

isn't that amazing

so i didn't loose the hundred rupee but the game continued i thought after facing the incident today

if i had 104 rupees in my bank account on that day, lets say about a week ago, what has happened to

Rs.104 - 99.12= ?

what is the reason for the machine to indicate that the account has only 99.12 only? 

i could have withdrawn hundred rupee today and bought some green gram, if that money had not disappeared from my bank account

God Bless you ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!

Monday, June 22, 2015

Meth and their future

ffu;% ckm;s;=ukag fuf;a nqÿka ±l ksjka olskag fjkafka tcdm iyfhkao tcksi iyfhkao fÊ ù mS iyfhkao tfyu ke;akx w¨;a mlaIhl iyfhkao?

ud;Dldj álla È.hs 

iuyr wdKavq jf.a

iuyr wdKavq ysáh ldf,a .ek, ne¨fjd;a wjqreÿu ne¨fjd;a 17 hs

fñ <.l§ v,ia uka;%S ;=ukag rEmjdysks iÔù jevigyklÈ iS î fla ue;sksh lshd ysáh¨ ;uka fldÑpr l,la wdKavq l,do lsh,

jefä ;sfhkafka fydo fnfokj jf.a fjk foj,a fnfokafka kE jeä fj,d tl me;a;lg hkj ñila

n,kagfld tafl;a yeá fkao

uyskao ue;s;=uka ysgmq ckm;s ;=uka fldmuK l,la ysáho lshk tl ljqre;a okakj

ux tÑpr leu;s kE wdKavq n,fha ysgmq wjqreÿ .dfkka f.dvla foaj,a ukskag

iuyre wjqreÿ ishla ysáh;a lshkag ;rx foaj,a ke;sfjkag mq¨jka

fldhsl fldfydu Wk;a

yxi wdKavqj fjk fudk bá f.ählg ixf;daI fjkag neß Wk;a

tñ wd¾ ckm;s ;=ukag tkag neß fjkag .ymq jeg .ek kskafokq;a yskd fjù iemg ksod .kakj we;s lsh, ug ysf;kj

iem .ek iem .kak Woúg wefrkag wms okakE ta Wkdg wfmka weyqj;a wmsg;a lshkag neß kE
fldfydu Wk;a jHjia:d jf.a foag mskaisoaO fjkag tfyu foa lr, i;=gq fjkj wefrkag fjk l%uhla kE w,skag yß yxihkag yß fn,a tlg yß r;= I¾á tlg yß iuyr whg wkqj tafl ldf,a fld, ä bys,d ;snqk

Pkaohlg .sfhd;a Pkao lshla t;=ukag ,efnkjo lshk tl wo n,fha bkak fkdbkak whg;a Ñ;%hla ;sfhkj

fldfydu Wk;a ux ys;kafka uyskao úfrdaê fm<.eiau wo Bfhl b;sydihla ;sfhk tlla fkfuhs

yenehs ta ck;djf.a me;af;ka tfyu fkfuhs

l,ska w.ue;s fjkag yok fldg ta .ek tl tl l;d wNHka;ßl jYfhka ;snqk nj ug hdka;ug u;l ;sfhkj

f,dl= mqgqjlg tkag ;sfhk me;s weysÍula .ek b.s wmsg ,enqfka tfyka fufyka foaYmd,fka whkakj;a bf.k f.k ke;s ikaêfh

fldfydu Wk;a tcdmh w,shd ,l=Kska bÈßm;a fjkag yok j.g m%jD;a;sh ux ±lal

fÊ ù mS h ;ksj uqyqK fokag hk j.g;a m%jD;a;sh ux ±lal ,efnk tlg i;=gq ys;kag;a mq¨jka

wms ys;uq nq,;a fldf,a

ysákag ä

wj;lafiare lrkag bf.k .kag tmd

isßmd, uy;a;hg isßfiak uy;a;h .e,fmkafka kE lsh, tl tl foaj,a lshkag;a tmd fydo kE

tfyu lr, ;ks w,sfhla wdjhs lsh, wms ys;uq w; me;a;lg .syska

t;fldg fuf;a ckm;sÿkag ;ukag taldêm;s w;la yeáhg fmkS ysákag mq¨jka ysf;a yeáhg

w,s wdKavq uágq lrkag kx b;ska t;=ukag fjkafka fyKavqjla fjkag

±ka b;ska w,s tlal jev lr, t;=ukag udi yhl mQ¾j w;a±lSñ ;sfhkj j. wms ú;rla fkfuhs t;=u;a okakjfka

w;a±lSñ fldfyduo lsh, t,smsg l,d lr, ;sfhkj ux ±l,;a kE

nq,;a w;la .ek ys;kag neß kx ldßh fymamqjla fjkag ys;kag wjYH keye

lkmamqjl fjkag fjkafka fldhs fj,djgo lsh, ys;, n,kag fjkafka

uy Pkafoka miafi fjkag;a neß kE

fuf;a ckm;sÿka lsh, ;sfhk yeáhg w.ue;s fjkag t;=ukag wdfh;a bvla fokafka kE

ta .ek m;a;r;a jd¾:d ux lsfhúj

ta l;djhs t;=uka tlal lsis ys;j;a lula ;shd .kafka ke;sj.ghs rkacka uka;%S;=ukag fuf;a ckm;sÿka fm!oa.,slj lshmq j.g WoEik f¾äfhda jevigyklska ±kuq;af;la lshkj ug weyqk

b;ska iudkH ys;j;a lula ;shd .kag neß flfkla fu;a jvkafka fldfydfuhs lsh, ug m%Yakhla mek ke.a.

Wkakefyag ±ka Th foaYmd,k §f.a ;j wjqreÿ y;ry udrla lkag fjkafka Th mßiaifuka l;d lrkafka ke;s wh;a tlal kx b;ska fmdä jevuq¨jla lrkag fjhs

wms fldfyuo w;rueÈfhla fj, rch ksfhdackh lrkafka lsh, ysg lsh, fokag

tal;a t;=uf.a foaYmd,k l%uúê wdoreYhg .kak lcqlsß foaYmd,k nnd,d t;=u tfyu lshk fldg tfyuhs i¾ tal tfyu ;uhs fjkag Tsfk lsh, lshkj we;s lsh, ug ys;=k

ÿl ys;=ko

f;dmams yß kx ú;rla od.kag
fu;a jvkag nE ;ryla fld%aOhla ;shdk ld .ekj;a

ux lshkafka ug wks;a Woúh fmdÿ udOH yryd wks;a whg myod fok wdlrfhka ±kqj;a Wk yeáhg ñila ux b;ska t;=ukaj yeneyska ±l,j;a ;sfhk tlla hE

fldfydu Wk;a ug ysf;kafka fuf;a ckm;sÿkag uyskao ckm;s;=ukag w.ue;s fjkag bv wer, mßiaifuka bkag bv ,efnhso lsh, ys;kag wudrehs

ux okakE fudlg lsújo lsh, nKavdrkdhl ue;sÿkag jf.a fjä ;sh, odhso lshkag okakE lsh, tl uka;%S ;=fula lsh, ;snqfka ……………..

.ñukams, uy;a;h lshk úÈyg kdufhdackd fokafk;a keye jf.a

rdjh tfyu fkao jd¾:d lr, ;snqfka uE;lÈ

m%jD;a;shla fkdfjk rdjhla lshkafka iuyr fj,djg ñksiaiqkaf.a leue;a; fkfuhs lsh, ldgo lshkag mq¨jka

ux wykafk tal jHjia:djg we;=,;a lrkag wu;l Wkdo

fjk mlaIhlska tkag;a neyehs lshk tl


<.§u n,dfmdfrd;a;= fjkag lsh, ,shkag fjhso

w¨;a ixfidaOkhla

wfka fnd,x wmsg ta jeg .ykag neß fjÑp yeá lsh, ys;, yQ,a,kjo lsh,;a ug ysf;kj

t;=ug b;ska wdfh;a Èkd .kag fohla ke;s j.;a we;a; l;dj

wjqreÿu .ek, ne¨fjd;a ;sia.dklg fyd,a,kag neß fj, ysgmq fldá mlafI ke;s lr, od, fldhs mlafIg;a fndañn nh ke;sj bkag mq¨jka ;ekla rgla yeÿfk t;=u wdKavqj w;g .;a;g miafifk

Th yeá ;du;a fik. tla frdla fjkafka ulalgo lsh,;a ug ysf;kj

fldfydu Wk;a ug ysf;kafka t;=uka ±ka b;ska Th lááhg mmqfj wudre ÿkak we;s

blaukg .kak ;SrKhla werka ygkg nyskag lsh, ;uhs lshkag ;sfhkafka

ug ysf;kafka lááh u;l ;shd .kag Tsfka bÈßhg tkafka uy Pkaohla

wdfh;a mlaI fjk fjku ygka lrkag ,Eia;shs

fÊ ù mS mq;%fhda ál;a f,ais myiq kE

ux ±lal uE; b;sydfi w,skag ysáfh ke;s Wka±,g bkakj

jeä n,hla w;am;a lr .kak Woúhg fudlo fjkafka

±ka b;ska fuf;a ckm;sÿkag bÈßhg tlf.hs lkag fjkafka fldhs ld tlalo lshk tl .ek ä ú;r b.s we;s lsh, ug ysf;kj

yhsh yla;sh ;sfhk wdKavqjl jákdlu ;sfhkafka wdKavq yok Woúhg jvd uy ck;djg

fldhsl fldfydu Wk;a Pkao m%;sM, .ek wmsg;a lshkag mq¨jka jf.a fudkj yß

yd,a fmd¨ .ek l;d lfr wo Bfh ojil fkfuhs

ta b;sydifhaÈ wms ±lmq fjki 

1963 § frÈ;a ;snqfka kE lshk tl u ±k .;af;a uf. ys;g ljo;a f,x.;= m;a;fr ,xld§m Èhf;ka

miafia ta .ek ä ú;r ys;, ,sh, ,shk fufia md¨ fj,d ;sfhk lsis m%fndaOhla ke;s uQi, lug tfrysj ysß wer .kag ys;dk bkakj

wo ;sfhk fjki ;uhs

yd,a ;sfhkj

ke;af;a kE

ke;af; wr remsh,a iSfhka hefmk whg lkag .dkg yd,a ñ, wvq ke;s tl

wms lk yeá ,smd okS *   
wfka ta;a
ckm;s kx fkdokS

f.or ,shd fldu, ,shd
yd,a .kag lfä .shd
I,a,s wf;a uÈj .shd
mdka wekak f.or .shd
wr fuda,;a wfma ;uhs
fñ fuda,;a wfma ;uhs
wr l=Uqr;a wfma ;uhs
fldhs l=Uqr;a wfma ;uhs
ke;af;a wmsg yd,a ;uhs

oka fokag lsh, ljqre;a lshkafka kE

yd,a ä .dk wvq lr.kag yxi mQágqjg uykais fjÑp Woúh l;sld lr, n,kag fjhs

tal iemla fkfuhs

mdka tmd lsh, n;a lkag Pkafoa ÿkak whg

lsis fohla lsis flfkla yE,a¨jg .kag kdlhs

ck;dj;a foaYmd,{hskag ymka

Wkaf. ys;a j, ;sfhk foa

PkafolÈ wefrkag fj,djlg t,shg odkafk kE

wksla tl fjkila .ek ys;k whg ±ka mj;sk fjki fkfuhs tafl we;s iemla ke;akx ldßh
fjk wdfrl fjkila olskag fjhso lshkag wms kx b;ska okakE

fudkj Wk;a ckafog ta yeá ÿrla kE .................

ll=,a lefvklx f.j,a .dfk hkag udOH lrejkag fñ j;dfj;a fjhso

n,df.k ll=,a j,ska lrk foa w;a j,ska lrkag neye jf.a wms ys;kj wfma udOH ta whf.a ä.aksá tl ;shka mEfkka ú;rla ymka kx fmkakhs lsh, ysg


fuh ffu;%S ckm;sÿkaf.a ue;sjrK m%pdrl ±kaùulska Wmqgd .kakd ,oaolS*


Sunday, June 14, 2015