Thursday, March 3, 2016

SRI LANKA ~Ayubowan from Yala ~

...Received so many wonderful postcards with the animals  living in Yala National Park (you can see them all  here )ツ ...and this one shows the entrance to the park..."Ayubowan" is the word used in Sri Lanka to greet someone... it means Long Life... one is Generally greeted by joining two hands in prayer-like manner and saying "Ayubowan"...this phrase can be used any time of the day...Ayubowan♥ and thanks a lot Ravindra!!
© Vijitha and Lalana Yapa
Yala National Park is one of the largest national parks in the country located on Sri lanka's South Eastern Coast where you are surrounded by plains, forests, lagoons, coastline, a diverse range of animals and an abundance of bird life. The Park is the most visited  and one of 14 national parks.

Yala Natinal Park is one of the best places for sightings of wild Elephants and is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan Elephants. The elephant herd of Yala contains 300–350 individuals.


The 60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations with Thailand
(Issued 02-11-2015)
Sri Lanka School of Agriculture
(Issued 16-01-2016)
Kumana National Park
(Issued 26-01-2016)

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