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Elephant polo is an alternative of polo played whilst riding elephants. It is popular outdoor sport in Southern Asian countries.
The independence day of Sri Lanka is a great national occasion celebrated with parades and pageants combined with the spirit of loyalty and national pride.
The Duruthu Perahera festival at the Kelaniya Temple in Colombo celebrates the anniversary of the Buddhaâ€™s first visit to Sri Lanka more than 2500 years ago.
Festival-goers, Art lovers discoverer and explored the literary as well as the image, architectural, and even botanical arts at Galle fort each year. Galle is known for its rich colonial heritage.
Kala Polaâ€ which begun in 1993 with only 35 artists, is Colombo's grandest and highly popular annual one day open air Art Festival which promotes art as a rewarding and professional career; displays work of art by upcoming and prominent painters island-wide
, Colombo 7 (Cinnamon Gardens).
The whole Tamil population of the world celebrates Thai Pongal on the month of January normally it falls between 12th and 15th January and one of the longest celebration in the Tamil calendar.