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A Concise History Of Ceylon

Description This is an informative history of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) from the earliest settlements up to the occupation of this Island Country by the Portuguese in 1505. It highlights the characteristics of several kingdoms and dynastic which existed and ruled this country from time to time. Moreover, it describes the influence of Aryans and Buddhism on its population. It is a fine record of the panoramic procession of Sri Lankan kings and their Kingdoms. The distinct racial religious, cultural and civilizational attributes of this Island nation come out of this description. The reader feels rewarded.[edit]
Keywords Aryan Settlements, Buddhism, Vijayan Dynasty, Lambakanna Dynasty, Anuradhapura Dynasty, Vija Bahu Cola, Prakaramabahu, Polonnaruva, Gampala, Rayigama, Kotte, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001222
Author #C. W. Nicholas, S. Paranavitana
Year 1961
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Ceylone University Press
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         448
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