Sri Lanka being the heart of colorful culture, lively food and celebrations, this event of New Year adds bright light in the lives of the natives. As most of the people in Sri Lanka are Sinhalese, the official day is known as Sinhalese New Year. It is also called as Aluth Avurudda. Although it is not just a celebration for Sinhalese people but the entire nation celebrates to their best.The initialization of festival is dependent on the calendars of South and Southeast Asia but according to Georgian calendar, it comes on 13 th April or 14 th April. Sinhalese astrology illustrates that the year begins when sun moves its position from the house of Pisces to the house of Aries. That time is also known to be the ending time of spring and harvest.
This festival has a rich history but it took a new light with the advent of Buddhism in 3 rd century BC. The beliefs especially related to the harvest were altered into new concepts and customs. Due to involvement of Hindu teachings, the celebrations got the true meaning of happiness and peace. Asian Koel, a type of cuckoo bird, has a great association with New Year in Sri Lanka, as it is considered as the heralding sign.
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