Sirasa Vesak Zone to remain open for three days

Sirasa Vesak Zone to remain open for three days

Sirasa Vesak Zone to remain open for three days

Written by Staff Writer

03 May, 2015 | 9:22 pm

The Sirasa Vesak Zone organised by the Capital Maharaja Organisation together with John Keels Holdings will be open to the public for the next two days.

Devotees will be granted the opportunity to pay homage to the Sacred Relics.

The public will also be able to witness the live tele-Thorana, Vesak lanterns; songs of devotion will be performed at the venue.

A group of employees from John Keells Holdings are a part of today’s performance.

Rice and refreshment dhansalas are also open to the public as well. Devotees will also be able to witness the Sobhana Maligaya also known as the Dampala Riyasera once used by Sri Anagarika Dharmapala to spread the message of Lord Buddha.

The tele-Thorana designed by artists Peliyagoda Dayananda, Ariyasiri Kodithuwakku and Susil Jayantha will portray  550 Jathaka Stories

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