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Books shelved as sinhala-translations: අපූගේ ලෝකය by Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay, Pather Panchali: Song of the Road by Bibhutibhushan. Original children books for free download, in PDF versions or read online, great This is a non-fiction book about big cats for upper elementary age children. In Where's Lulu, a short fun book for very young children, Lulu's hiding from her. Reviews (1) loading. Hard copy - · Read Online -. Views Download Free PDF -. Downloads: Twinklinka · Janaki Sooriyarachchi. Categories: Age .
Sep 17, Dulshani rated it really liked it. Brings the plight of sinhala nawakatha caste people to the limelight.
Silva are worthy of our consideration, for his many and varied interests are reflected in them.
Silva, through his detective sinhala nawakatha, opened up new vistas of interests for the Sinhala readers. Apart from the above mentioned collections he contributed short-stories to the periodicals and magazines which were published during that period.
The central character is a young man, Sena Galapatha who represents the affluent urban society but, discontented with the drab urban life, sinhala nawakatha goes to a picturesque farming village, Rambutana where he meets a young attractive woman, Kusuma who sinhala nawakatha becomes his wife.
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These are not the best ever Sinhala books either.
I will add more books in to this list, when I find rest of the good books. Send me if anyone have suggestions as well.
P Gunarathna This is one of the books still put a happy smile on my face when I see it. Gives a real insight in to the folk stories of the country in simple language a child can enjoy. The wide range of stories include stories about "gamarala"s , poor men, rich men, dumb men, princes, princesses, kings, daemons, hens and many more characters.