Policy Development Office (PDO) of the Prime Minister’s Office is hosting a website about rural “polas”/village fairs. The “pola” or “santhai” is a weekly village market that plays an important role in rural life in Sri Lanka. It is a meeting place for the community and also serves as...
The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Warsaw, Poland, marked the 68th Anniversary of the Independence of
Sri Lanka at a formal event on 06th February 2016 at the Embassy premises. The event was colored by the participation of Sri Lankans in Poland, representing the multi ethnic society in Sri...
Sri Lanka participates in International Charity Bazaar 2015 – SHOM in Warsaw
2 December 2015
The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Warsaw, Poland took part in the International Charity Bazaar, 2015, organized by the Spouse of Heads of Missions (SHOM) in the Republic of Poland on 29th of November 2015 at the Marriot Hotel in Warsaw.
The Charity Bazaar is a one-day shopping event held....
The 23rd International Travel Show TTWarsaw was held during the period 26-28 November 2015 in Warsaw. The event which gathered over four hundred fifty domestic and foreign exhibitors from forty seven countries from all over the world. Moreover, the fair drew large crowds of young and old Polish...
Sixty Seventh Independence Day Celebrations in Warsaw, Poland
10 February 2015
On 4th February 2015, The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Warsaw-Poland, marked the 67th Anniversary of the Independence of Sri Lanka at a formal event attended by Sinhalese, Tamil and Muslim communities residing in Poland, representing the multiethnic society in Sri Lanka.
The programme began with singing the National Anthem....
On May 21st, 2016, Vesak was celebrated at the Sri Lanka Embassy in Warsaw with the participation of Sri Lankan community in Poland.
Ambassador Tissa Wijeratne in his speech emphasized the importance of the Vesak mentioning that the Buddha’s timeless teachings remain as relevant as ever. In our everyday life, the Five Precepts, which emphasize respect for life, property and family, responsible speech and mindful consumption of food and drink, are basic moral codes that help create social harmony.
The Embassy premises were illuminated with a beautiful Vesak lantern and other Vesak decorations. Members of the Sri Lankan Community in Poland and Polish well wishers attended this annual event.
At the end of the event refreshments were served to the gathering.