“A Closer Look at the Fall of Sinhala in 1815” -Monthly Public Lecture
Posted on June 24th, 2015

Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka

“A Closer Look at the Fall of Sinhala in 1815”

Monthly Public Lecture

by Gamini Gunawardane

MPA (Master in Public Administration)

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (Mass)

Since this year marks 200 years after the termination of a 2300 year unbroken history of the line of Kings in Sinhala and its sovereignty. The author examines closely the attendedant circumstances that may have contributed to the deposition of the last king of Kandy, through a re-scrutiny of the available material both by British written accounts as well as traditional Sinhala sources available.

Monday, 29th June 2015 at 5.00 p.m. Gamini Dissanayake Auditorium

No. 96, Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha, Colombo 07


One Response to ““A Closer Look at the Fall of Sinhala in 1815” -Monthly Public Lecture”


    Royal Asiatic Society is a arm of TAMILS FOR OBAMA. They hate Sinhala Buddhists. TAMMITAYA went with the advancing Military and later gave evidence to Human Rights watch to imprecate all the front line commanders. Gamini Gunawardena is a CIA AGENT.

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