Some of you may have already figured it out by now and today's post is on the No pork rule of Muslims.Pork is prohibited in the Qur'an and its mentioned in 2:173, 5:3, 6:145 and 16:115."Forbidden to you (for food) are: dead meat, blood, the flesh of swine, and that on which hath been invoked the name of other than ...

If you take the past couple of centuries in Sri Lanka, the Buddhist culture and Sinhalese ethics have made "SEX" a pretty big deal that what it really should be especially by convincing the children that sex is something to be practiced only after marriage and also that being a virgin until marriage is "must" to have for a perfect ...

So before I explain I think everybody needs to know that I was born a Sinhalese Buddhist and was the same until I did my Ord. Levels and decided to explore other religions and science there after and compare both aspects. I officially claimed myself as an Atheist as the explanation of Science seems much more legitimate than things mentioned ...

Since recently (I'm guessing), I've seen a whole lot of teens wearing the Ray Ban Wayfare sunglasses.I didn't know it was the new fashion in town. I just happen to randomly notice and I was stupid enough to actually go buy a pair of it for Rs. 4500/= with the added advantage of UV 400 protection (no idea why there ...

In 2013 with the new population levels of each ethnic group being published the Sinhalese are worried that their population percentage has come down from 72% to 66% and yes a considerable drop in the population and an increase in the Muslim population.The current situation is that a group of Sinhalese Buddhists are standing up against the Halal and the ...

Finally got my self sometime to log into to my blogger accounts after a year or so and thus I have created my second post.Sri Lanka being a Buddhist country have certain ethics and cultural aspects that could be called unique compared to many other countries in the world. The cow, as history describes was a sacred animal (and this ...

Hello!!!!Well, what better way to start of a new blog other than by talking about my weird life, My Achcharu.“The boy who lived” obviously would remind you of the first ever chapter of the Harry Potter series, (well also obviously if you are a fan of Harry Potter) but it applies same to my birth I guess.So my parents after ...

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