The traditional Sri Lankan Handloom Industry rich with a Sri Lankan Heritage

Handlooms constitute a timeless aspect of the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka. As an economic activity, the handlooms occupy a place providing a livelihood to the people. The element of art and craft present in Sri Lankan handlooms makes it a potential sector for the upper segments of domestic and global market.
Handlooms form a precious part of the generational legacy and illustrates the richness and diversity of our culture and the artistry of the weavers. Handloom is supreme in its flexibility and versatility, permitting experimentation and encouraging innovation. Weavers with their skillful blending of myths, symbols and imagery provide their fabric an appealing dynamism.

Important Days in Month of January

6th -January: World war orphan day
Wars leave an immeasurable loss to soldiers’ families and people of that war country on both sides, so to address the war orphans as it has become a growing worldwide humanitarian and social crisis, world war orphan day is celebrated.
10th-January: World Hindi Day
To emphasize the  Hindi language which Is one of the oldest and widely spoken languages in India

Important Days and Dates in December 2021: National and International

1st of December -World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is observed on 1st of December every year to raise awareness and knowledge about HIV and call to move toward ending the HIV epidemic.

It was first celebrated in 1988. The theme of 2019 is “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community”. And according to UNAIDS, the theme of this year is “Communities make the difference”.

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