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Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, 1845-1995

Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, 1845-1995

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Published by The Society in Colombo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka.

  • About the Edition

    Contributed articles on varied subjects.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditors, G.P.S.H. de Silva, C.G. Uragoda.
    ContributionsDe Silva, G. P. S. Harischandra., Uragoda, C. G., Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS475.A5 S47 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 590 p. :
    Number of Pages590
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL944989M
    ISBN 109559086022
    LC Control Number95901669

      Firstly, the origins of the Jataka collection A. S. Kulasuriya in his article titled: The Jataka Book in Sinhalese Literature and History pages to , published in the sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka , edited by G. P. S. H. De Silva and C. G. Uragoda, RAS Sri Lanka Colombo has. Sesquicentennial Commemorative V olume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka , Colombo, , pp. 2 R.A.L.H. Gunawardana, “ Changing Patterns of Navigation in the.

    The Library of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka is one of the oldest libraries in the Island having been established in As such it contains some of the rarest and oldest books available on the Island about its peoples' – their history, geography, cultures, languages, religions and ways of life. The Muslims of Sri Lanka: one thousand years of ethnic harmony, Lanka Islamic Foundation. Dewaraja, L. S. (). The Indigenisation of the Muslims of Sri Lanka. In G. de Silva & U. CG (Eds.), Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka – (pp. – 39). Colombo: Royal Asiatic Society of.

    Clearly the RAS was established to meet a national need, as were other learned societies of the same era, such as the Royal Astronomical Society formed three years earlier, the Zoological Society of London formed three years later and the Royal Geographical Society which came into being in Silva and C. G. Uragoda (eds), Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka (Colombo: Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, ), 9 H. L. Seneviratne, 'Religion and Legitimacy of Power in the Kandyan Kingdom,'.


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Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, 1845-1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, Colombo: The Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G P S Harischandra De Silva; C G Uragoda; Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka.

The Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka celebrates th anniversary this years. The RASSL has planned series of activities to celebrate the years of excellence.

Please follow the link below to learn more. Complete programme. Become a member of RASSL. Uragoda co-edited the Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka – Title: Deshabandu.

The Royal Asiatic Society of Ceylon (now renamed “of Sri Lanka”, RASSL) established on 7th February, is the pioneering organ for “oriental” research in Sri Lanka.

Its founding interests varied from the religion, history, literature, sociology, geology, botany and zoology of Sri Lanka. the monumental Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatc Society of Sri Lanka – This page book contains articles from 21 contributors who are all specialists.

In Chris published Traditions of Sri Lanka, A Selection With a Scientific Background. This was the first book on the subject in Sri Lanka. "Tamil newspapers of 19th Century Sri Lanka and a chronological list of 20th century Tamil newspapers in the National Archives." in Sesquicentennial Commemorative volume, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, Editors: G.P.S.H.

de Silva, C.G. Uragoda. Colombo: Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, pp. The Royal Asiatic Society also publishes the Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt Fund series. Established in by Princess Fazilé Ibrahim, the series encourages the growth and development of Ottoman studies internationally by publishing documents and manuscripts of historical importance from the classical period up towith transliteration, full or.

In an article written by Dr. Lorna Dewaraja under the title ‘ The Indigenisation of the Muslims in Sri Lanka’ and published in a Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka Commemorative Volume –she says as follows: ” .it is certain that the Muslims abstained from the slaughter of cattle at least within the limits of the Kingdom.

The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, commonly known as the Royal Asiatic Society (RAS), was established, according to its royal charter of 11 Augustto further "the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in relation to Asia." From its incorporation the society has been a forum, through lectures, its.

Thereafter he embarked on a series of books in three volumes titled: ‘Authors of Books on Sri Lanka ; Their Short Biographies in Alphabetical Order volume1’ volume 2,   Dr Uragoda co-edited with G P S H de Silva the Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the RAS.

He also co-edited Jungle Journeys in Sri Lanka - experiences and encounters, A Bibliography of Medical publications relating to Sri Lanka ().

He wrote his memoirs depicting changes during a lifetime titled Sri Lanka Then and Now in In. Dr. Uragoda co-edited with G P S H de Silva the Sesquicentennial Commemorative volume of the RAS of Sri Lanka he also co-edited’ Jungle Journeys in Sri Lanka- experiences and encounters’ published by the Vishvalekha in’ A Bibliography of Medical publications relating to Sri Lanka ()’ in ,co-edited with Kamalika Pieris.

Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka - de Silva, G. and Uragoda, C. (Eds.): Published by Colombo, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka.

Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal. Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka Colombo. RASSL. Book. Full-text available. Aug. In between and besides official plan-making, ordinary people produce more quantity and variety of spaces than the authorities and professionals. They both adapt to and adjust extant spaces for.

Firstly, the origins of the Jataka collection A. Kulasuriya in his article titled: The Jataka Book in Sinhalese Literature and History pages topublished in the sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lankaedited by G.

De Silva and C. Uragoda, RAS Sri Lanka Colombo has. b A history of the Sharks of Sri Lanka. in G. de Silva & C. Uragoda (eds.) Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka (RASSL). Colombo. RASSL. Tampoe, M. The Spice Island Route; Sri Lanka's Participation in Maritime Trade and the Archaeological Evidence from Mantai and Galle Harbours.

Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society – Ed. De Silva and. The Royal Asiatic Society was founded in ‘for the investigation of subjects connected with, and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in relation to, Asia’.

This book investigates how the material culture of South Indian courts was perceived by. Tampoe, M. The spice island route; Sri Lanka’s participation in maritime trade and the archaeological evidence from Mantai and Galle Harbours. In G. De Silva & C.

Uragoda (Eds.), Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society – (pp. Google Scholar. The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland was founded by the eminent Sanskrit scholar, Henry Thomas Colebrooke, on the 15th March It received its Royal Charter from King George IV on the 11th August ‘ for the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in.The Royal Asiatic Society's Digital Library provides free online access to some of our historic collections, for a worldwide audience.

The site features archives, manuscripts, artwork, photographs, and more, from a variety of Asian cultures, as well as materials showing some of the ways Europeans have responded to Asia over the centuries.The indigenisation of the Muslims of Sri Lanka.

In G.P.S.H. de Silva and C.G. Uragoda, eds, Sesquicentennial commemorative volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka,pp. Colombo: Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka.

Google Scholar.