2 edition of Notes on some of the principal Kandyan chiefs and headmen, and their dresses found in the catalog.
Notes on some of the principal Kandyan chiefs and headmen, and their dresses
H. W. Codrington
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Kandyan chiefs and headmen, and their dresses|
|Statement||by H.W. Codrington.|
|LC Classifications||DS490.K3 C63 1910|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||2004550429|
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H w codrington's notes in some of the principal kandyan chiefs and headmen and their dresses translated to sinhalese by nimesha thivankara senevipala published by samanthi poth prakashakayo reviewed by hemantha situge.
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DUTUGAMUNU HIS LIFE AND TIMES. Read as a book. BOOK BY: JOHN M. SENEVERATNA. FORWARD BY DR. SENERAT PARANAVITANA FIRST PUBLISHED IN FOREWORD. A BOOK on Dutugemunu from the pen of Mr.
John M. Senaveratna, who enjoys a deservedly high reputation as a writer on Ceylon History and allied topics, stands in no need of an introduction from anyone, least of. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Sinhalese beliefs, customs and stories in the present collection were contributed by the writer to the Indian Antiquary fourteen years ago in a series of articles under the title of “Glimpses of Sinhalese Social Life”; they are now offered, amplified and rearranged, to the student of folklore in Ceylon, as a basis for further research.
The writer has adopted the scheme of. Full text of "Sinhalese folklore notes: Ceylon" See other formats.
Muslim Personalities in Sri Lanka, then and now The Moormen forthwith practically renounced the authority of the Sinhalese or Kandyan headmen and withheld some of the dues which they had been accustomed to pay, either in kind or in money.
Simultaneously they grew in the power which culminate in their setting up chiefs and princes unto. Sketches of Natural History of Ceylon by J.
Emerson Tennent Part 4 out of from fifteen hundred to two thousand men superintended by their headmen, used to be occupied, in constructing the corral, collecting the fresh dust upon their heads. The mellow notes of a Kandyan flute, which was played at a distance, had a striking effect.
of the Island in general, and on some particular branches of natural history, is the result of the contributions of The ters, my own some medical enquiries, enriched friends. information contained in the fourth, on the Political fifth, and sixth chap-Condition of the Interior, and on of Government, was obtained from native sources from Kandyan.
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List of References. Abeyasinghe, Tikiri. Portuguese Rule in Ceylon, Colombo: Lake House Investments Ltd. Notes on Some of the Principal Kandyan Chiefs and Headmen and their Dresses, H.C Cottle, Government Printer Ceylon.
Codrington, Borrowed plumes some Kandyan Crafts, a lecture given in the town hall Kandy, November Koraale of the place and some headmen also came and declared their willingness to submit to the Company. In the course of the day the Governor visited the hill of Galegedara, situated 6 miles farther, which had been captured by Captain van Sweinhauben the previous day, as well as six batteries erected one behind the other across the road.
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Stead. With Some Account of the Author by Mr. Tickell. London: Introd. by Leonard Woolf. London: Labour Book Service, Ancient Monuments Society. Report and List [of Members].
London, Notes on Some of the Principal Kandyan Chiefs and Headmen, and Their Dresses, Collected from European and Native Sources. Colombo: H. Cottle, Our historical record, the ‘Mahavamsa’, tells us that the Aryan Prince Vijaya heard music on the day he landed on the shores of ing to Pali scriptures the ‘Yakkas’ (one of the tribes inhabiting the Island at the time) were fond of songs and may be that some of the devil dances that have remained with us to the present day owe their origin to the ‘Yakka’ dances.
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