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To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Nobel Laureate Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, Post organized a Dance drama based Shaap Mochan named “Prabu Amar Priyo Amar” on 28 November 2011.…Read more
Under the aegis of India-Sri Lanka Foundation Post alongwith University of Jaffna jointly organized lecture on “India's Neighbourhood Policy and India-Sri Lanka Relations” delivered by Ambassador Shyam Saran, former Foreign Secretary of India and at present Chairman, Research and Information System for Developing Countries on 14 November, 2011.…Read more
On the occasion of International Day of Non-Violence, Mahatma Gandhi’s Birth anniversary, Consulate General of India, Jaffna and the Department of Culture, Northern Province of Sri Lanka organized a Grand Musical Concert by the eminent Carnatic vocalist Mr. T.M. Krishna & troupe in Jaffna on 02 October 2011.…Read more
Painting exhibition "Harmony & Rhythm" painting exhibition was organized from 4 to 6 August, 2011 at Kumarasamy Hall, Jaffna Hindu College.…Read more
The first ever Indian Education Fair was held in Jaffna on 17-18 May, 2011 at the premises of the Jaffna Public Library, Jaffna.…Read more
The "Puducherry Blue" Painting Exhibition was held from 6-8 May, 2011 at the Kumaraswamy Hall, Jaffna Hindu College, Jaffna.…Read more
On the occasion of 61st Anniversary of Republic Day of India, a Kathakali dance performance named Nalacharitham by P.S.V. Natyasangam from Kottakal, Kerala, India, was organised on 30 January 2011.…Read more
Thiruketheeswaram Temple Restoration Society organized Maha Shivaratri celebration on a grand scale at the Thiruketheeswaram Temple in Mannar on 10th March 2013.…Read more
February 24, 2013, Six Contract Documents were signed between High Commission of India, Colombo and four Contractors in the premises of the Consulate General of India, Jaffna in the presence of High Commissioner of India, H.E. Ashok K Kantha, and Governor of Northern Province, Hon’ble G. A. Chandrasiri. Consul General of India in Jaffna Mr. V.Mahalingam was also present.…Read more
High Commissioner of India H.E. Mr Ashok K. Kantha attended the annual feast of revered St Antony’s church at Kachchativu Island in the early morning of 24 February.…Read more

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Rabindranath Tagore visited Sri Lanka in 1922, 1928, and 1934 and two transit halts had a deep and lasting influence in art and culture of Sri Lanka – the visit in 1934 being the most significant (this was also Tagore’s last overseas visit in his lifetime).…Read more
Swami Vivekananda, visited Sri Lanka in January 1897, soon after his successful journey to the West.…Read more
Mahatma Gandhi made his first and last trip to Sri Lanka then known as Ceylon and arrived in Colombo on November 12, 1927.…Read more