If you are a travel enthusiasts who love to explore new cultures, Ceylon is a great choice. Not only it’s a tiny island in the Indian ocean with breath taking natural beauty, but also it has a rich and a vivid culture dating back to the time where kings ruled this land. It truly is a land like no other, where people belonging to different religions and nationalities live in harmony. This harmony has helped create a unique Ceylon culture in which all the different aspects of these different religious and national groups are interconnected. So much so that there are only very subtle dividing lines between each group regarding clothes and food. In fact some Ceylon people celebrate each other’s cultural or religious events just for the sake of harmony and also fun. For example some Buddhist kids decorate Christmas trees at their homes and leave food out for Santa while Christian kids give dansal (free food / drink stalls by the road side) during wesak and poson festivals.
Nothing artificial. Just grow your plants and get the harvest. No fertilizer. No pest controlling. No chemicals. No traps. No watering. Don't kill any living creature. Just let them grow. Let them grow as they grow up in the forest. So that it's not agriculture right? Well, you plant what's necessary in your land. And the plants are growing up like it's growing up in the forest. This is an ancient methodology. Comes from the teachings done by the farther to son. Except the modern world wide used Gregorian Calendar, in Sri Lanka, there's an ancient Calendar. That too has 12 months specified in it. The ancient Calendar is counting by the Sun's location, moon's location and star constellations. Well, Sun and these constellations hardly moves right? Well, yes indeed. But the calculations done in the Sri Lankan ancient calendar has made the assumption that the earth is static.