colombo [Sri Lanka]Jan 16 (ANI): As part of its 75th National Independence Day celebrations, Sri Lanka has decided to issue a commemorative stamp featuring India’s first Prime Minister Jawahara, according to a press release issued by the Sri Lanka Presidential Media Department. Portrait of Nehru Lanka.
The government has decided to proudly celebrate the 75th National Independence Day and roll out a new reform plan for the next 25 years, the release said.
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According to a press release, during this celebration under the theme of “Namo Namo Matha – Towards a Centenary,” the government will announce a new course of reforms for the next 25 years to implement stable government policies until the 100th independence in 2048. day celebration.
The main ceremony for the country’s Independence Day celebrations will be held at Galle Face Green on February 4 at 8.30am, with President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawadna officiated .
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In conjunction with the 75th National Independence Day, many cultural and religious programs are held across the country.
The Buddhist puja will be held at Sri Dalada Maligawa on the evening of February 2, and the puja will be held at Victoria Dam at 9:00pm on the same day. Giving is planned for February 3rd.
There were Buddhist and Hindu religious events in Colombo, so on 4th February at 6.30 am, Buddhist events were held at Dharmakirtyarama Temple, Polwata, Colombo, and Hindu events were also held at New Kadir Hill Temple, Colombo.
The Jaffna Cultural Center will open on the morning of 11th February under the patronage of the President and the cultural procession will start opposite the Jaffna Cultural Center through the streets of Jaffna at the Jaffna Fort (the site of the old bus station) near climax).
Independence Day commemorations have been scheduled at the provincial and territorial levels, with parks, national parks owned by the Department of Zoology, national parks owned by the Department of Wildlife and Forest Conservation, and national parks owned by the Department of Botanical Gardens being free and open to the public on Independence Day . (Arnie)
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