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southern asia project

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kyle stoetzel

on 14 April 2010

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sri lanka by : Kyle stoetzel
3 reasons you should go to sri lanka
1.it is a known hot spot for fishing 2. you could take A Visit to a Tea Factory
3. & we have very genorous people Society
2 Languages spoken: Sinhala 74%, 18% Tamil
Population: 21,324,791 infant mortality rate
total: 18.57 deaths/1,000 live births
2 Major Religions: Buddhist 69.1%, unspecified
top 2 ethnic groups Sinhalese 73.8%, Sri Lankan moor Typical foods eaten: Typical Sri Lankan dish of Rice and Prawns
Goverment: GDP per capita 4,500
exchanchage rate: Sri Lankan rupees (LKR) per US dollar - 115 (2009), 108.33 (2008), 110.78 (2007), 103.99 (2006), 100.498 (2005) type of goverment: republic Capital: Colombo



Costoms If a young couple begins a serious relationship, they are expected to eventually marry. Such couples do go out to parks and so forth, but not always with the knowledge of their parents
Traditional attire for men may include loose-fitting trousers combined with a long shirt that reaches to mid-thigh. The shirt has long, loose sleeves and buttons to the neck. Men might also wear a sarong (a piece of cloth wrapped around the waist, sometimes held by a belt or lunghi) that reaches to the ankles. An urban man is unlikely to wear a sarong in public, but often changes into one after arriving home. In rural areas, the sarong is used for everyday public attire.
Women may wear a tight blouse and a saree, a wraparound dress that reaches to the ankles. The saree is made from a very long piece of fabric. It is draped over the shoulder and wrapped at the waist in a way that creates tailoring without being sewn. Women also wear a redda
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