Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated in the Indian Ocean right below India and belongs to the South Asian region. Its inhabitants are known as Sri Lankans. Sri Lankans are comprised of several ethnicities; Sinhalese, Sri Lankan Muslims, Sri Lankan Tamils, Burghers, Moors, Parsis, Bharathas, Malays, Kaffirs, Indigenous Veddhas and several more minorities.more...
Sri Lankans are generally a laid-back people; they like their leisure and doing things at their own times and may seem downright idle to a person who’re not used to their nature. Sri Lankans enjoy their holidays with a passion – a fact only exemplified by Sri Lanka being the one of the countries with a most number of National Holidays (A staggering 26 Holidays a year). Sri Lankans as a habit are not punctual – being 5-10 minutes late is the general norm, and ‘impolite’ only starts after 20 minutes or half an hour.
Their many holidays are spent idling at home with a cup of fine Ceylon tea, visiting closer friends or relatives for a leisure chat or by all means playing their favourite sport. Sri Lanka's national sport is Volley Ball; but it is seldom played except on beaches and school tournaments. It is the Unofficial National sport of Sri Lanka that is closest to its people- CRICKET. A typical Sunday or a national holiday in Sri Lanka is marked with innumerable cricket pitches scattered all over lonely roads, grounds and fields. The biggest pastime of the Sri Lankan population, after playing cricket, is watching the S...
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