juki235Gangarama Temple is a very famous Tibetan Buddhist temple in Colombo. The entire temple area is very large, whether it is monks’ costumes or photographic art, there are strong characteristics of Tibetan Buddhism. There are many people who believe in Buddhism in Sri Lanka, so it is also very lively and it is one of the places with the most lazy people in Colombo.
多多A talented couple, a Sri Lankan artist and a French teacher of Kundalini Yoga, were allowed to enter a lovely home with an elegant terrace, where the works of the artist who wrote Ganesha complemented the harmonious gardening. The hospitable hosts are willing to share their interpretations of the good gods of India with tourists. Tea or coffee is provided. It is also possible to purchase posters or reproductions at reasonable prices, as well as free selection of purchase memories with Ganesha images. For Colombo and Sri Lanka as a whole, this is a very unusual place. I recommend visiting!
Lavender and SunThe Independence Square, located east of the University of Colombo, is the landmark Cultural Square, the site of the independence ceremony held in Sri Lanka on February 4, 1948. The Independence Memorial in the center of the Square is modeled after the hall of royal courtiers during the Conti dynasty. There are fountains in the evening, and the people of Langka come here in the evening for a walk.