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  • 18 Jun 2008 05:26:40 GMT

    Nice picture:))

    Which year did this take place?

  • 18 Jun 2008 05:32:25 GMT

    [For the next Poson Poya day, People will start journeys upto Nagdeepa too.

    ]Visa required.

  • 18 Jun 2008 05:40:40 GMT

    [Visa required.]

    No visa required for holders of the Tamil Eelam national identity card :O)

  • 18 Jun 2008 05:52:12 GMT

    236 years after Buddha`s death Buddhism brought to Sri Lanka.

    Happy Peaceful Poson to every one .

  • 18 Jun 2008 06:16:16 GMT

    [Visa required]

    is it same as now it required in East whear the capital of eelam ???

  • 18 Jun 2008 06:29:29 GMT

    Pol[For the next Poson Poya day, People will start journeys upto Nagdeepa too ]

    Please make Poson into a political thing. This is what I call militant Buddhism. FYI Nainatheevu has been occupied by your veerayas for the last 25 years. You can go even now:))

  • 18 Jun 2008 09:15:40 GMT

    The kallathoni mahinda thero, sankamiththai & co should have been sent back to where they come from straight away on the same kallathoni they used to cross the palk strait.

    if we had sent them back, we would not have this Buddhism which kills peoples and animals, this unholy sinhala something a language which sounds more like thoosanam (vulgar words) when they talk, this jvp, jhu jackals, mada raja & terra co and this ethnic war.

    the conclusion is, we would have been better off if these missionaries never landed in the shores of our beautiful island....

    however, we Tamils still recognize your part of the country in the south and west of the island.. so please kindly pack your army thug`s bags and leave from the north and east.....

  • 18 Jun 2008 11:52:26 GMT

    [Samanamayang Maharaja Dharmarajassa Sravaka Thamewa Anukampaya Jambudeepa Idagatha]

    Is it sinhala?

  • 18 Jun 2008 11:58:40 GMT

    In that case the god Sri Skanda alias God Kataragama with walli amma were the first kallathonis to land in here.

  • 18 Jun 2008 12:07:52 GMT

    Wbahu,

    Many books of Buddhism written in Pali not because of the language spoken at that time was Pali.

    If you don`t know the subjest just leave it alone.