Paniyen Sathutin Piri… Jaramara!!!! Thailand, Laos and Myanmar recently rang in the lunar new year from 13 — 15 April in three days of nation-wide revelry. Cloths play an important part in the holiday buying-spree, tradition carried through once again, for in the past, it was after the harvest that a family received new clothes. Aluth mal kakulu athu.. Hama ena mada pawane..
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The new year falls on the 13th or 14th day of April, preceded by at least two weeks of preparations, devoted largely to shopping and the making of a hundred-and-one varieties of sweetmeats.
Hitha pura dalu lanna.
Taken on April 12, Aluth mal kakulu athu. Tharu wala disnayen oyawa babalewa. Paniyen Sathutin Piri… Jaramara!!!!
Suba Aluth Awuruddak wewa
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Pay some attention to the multitude of sweet aromas flowing from country kitchens, which get crowded with clattering damsels preparing an assortment of coconut oil-based sweetmeats, which are high on the traditional holiday menu.
Frames will plant a tree, students will read a book, etc. Suba aluth awuruddak wewa!! Post automatically new year pictures. Oyata subama suba aluth awuruddak wewa. The next day or two will mark the most joyous period of the year; playing, eating, drinking, merry making and visiting relatives and loved ones. Me loke ona tharam mal thiyenawa, eth rosa mal wisheshay. Gatha sitha Sathuta Gawa!! Hear, an adult member of the family will prepare a very special herbal oil and anoint family members, with blessings for a wonderful year to come.
All activities are suspended and a lull ensues, as a nation waits for the dawning of the new year. Mama oyagema wishwasaniya, Parana awurudda.
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Dressed in the year’s lucky colour, facing the auspicious, as the thunder of fire crackers, as housewives prepare a dish of Kiribath made from the first batch of the year’s harvest of rice. City bus and train stations are crowded with people in a hurry to get to their homes. Known as Songkran in Thailand, Thingyan in Myanmar and Choul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia, the holiday welcomes some of the largest festivals of the year and is seen as a time to spend time with family, make merit and, particularly in Thailand, plenty of water splashing.
The celebrations generally persist for about a week, ending with customary visits to family and friends with gifts and homemade sweetmeats.
Sri Lanka also saw its own form of the new year on 13 April.
During the holiday, auspicious times prescribed by astrologers are highly considered and followed to precision in order to receive back the spiritual blessings of the Sun God. Oyage balaporoththu, oyage kadulu ayn kargena ishta wewa. Oyata mawa, mata oyawa one unath mata yannama wenawa.
And unlike the customary ending and beginning of new year, there is a period of a few hours in between the conclusion of the Old Year and the commencement of the New Yearwhich is called the nonagathe neutral period.
Happy new year | සුභ අලුත් අවුරුද්දක් වේවා !: Sinhala New Year SMS Collection
As asse nagi kadulu. Me SMS eken mama. Hama ena mada pawane. The Gateway to South Asian Diplomacy. Not only the beginning of the new year but the conclusion of the old year is also specified by the astrologers. During this time one is expected to keep off from all types of work and engage solely in religious activities.