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In Sri Lanka, which is the island composed of different races and religions, there is no month without any celebrations. Each month will be having either a cultural or a religious festival that makes the country more colourful and most beautiful. Everyone in Sri Lanka without any discrimination even if not Sri Lankans celebrate these festivals with whole heart and body in an utmost unity and uniqueness. Most of the Sri Lankan festivals occur at time of moon light and are based on the lunar calendar. Also the full moon days are considered as national holiday at Sri Lanka to perform their religious customs and beliefs.

Some of the major festivals of Sri Lanka are Kandy Perahera, Duruthu Perahera, Navam Perahera, Tamil New Year, Poson, Vel, etc along with the common celebrations like Easter, Diwali, Christmas, etc. The Sinhala - New Year celebration is the country’s most celebrated festival without any religion and caste. The Perahera celebrations of the Buddhists are the next very important festival. The relic of Lord Buddha is carried through the streets over the beautifully decorated elephants. All the passage through the streets is enlightened with lights and lamps which reflects the beauty and enthusiasm of colours in human life. The Kandy Esala Maha Perahera is the most spectacular festival held in the country which has a long ten day celebrations around the Sacred Tooth temple of Kandy. Perahera festival at each place are unique in their own ways and also with to the base customs and rituals.

Vesak, celebrated in the month of May is the remembrance of Lord Buddha where Buddhists mark the birth, enlightenment and passing of the Lord Buddha on this day which is also from the lunar calendar festival and is an annual holiday. After the dawn, the Buddha temples are filled with devotees for their offerings to bring good fortune and also the houses were decorated with paper lanterns, lighted bamboo framed life event pictures of Lord Buddha are all the specialties at each houses in and out Colombo. Poson during the month of June and Vel festivals of Hindus during the month of July - August are also into the list of special functions and festivals celebrated in Sri Lanka.

Along with all these in island festivals, Sri Lankans are always happy to get together for every special occasions, festivals, celebrations, rituals and concepts etc which make them the island of celebration where the from start to end days of the calendar is a special day for each who visits Sri Lanka. Diwali, Christmas, feasts of each Christian deity is also an enlightened colourful celebration at the island. What make them happy are always the colourful cheerful happy festivals, where the happiness is the beauties for eyes that make the mind fulfilled with the memories for lifetime.

Do you want there to be on the special day of Sri Lanka? Want to change into the new level of living? Then don’t wait and get hurried to pack your bags where eyes can enjoy the unfolded shades of life without religion, caste and any other discrimination. Make your travel experience the best ever enjoyed in life with visiting the most beautiful places in the country and eye soothing scenes in and around the island that beckons each people back to the place again and again once more. Each who waves their hands to the country will be blissful with a bunch of such calm, quiet and beautiful scenic natural beauty. With the best possible package that includes the most important places, colourful festivals during the month’s special festivals we can help you to organize, chart, and guide with well experienced travel gurus who makes the exploration fire in your heart for each everlasting memories.

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