28 June, 2022


Sinhala Video: “Religion, Reconciliation and Future” – Anuruddha Pradeep – JHU

Panel Discussion on “Religion, Reconciliation and Future” – Mr. Anuruddha Pradeep, Senior Lecturer of Political Science, University of Sri Jayawardenapura, organised by Sri Lanka Young Journalists Movement.

Sri Lanka Press Institute Auditorium 96, Kirula Rd, Colombo – 05 on Monday, 8th April, 2013.

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    Jatika Hela Urumaya

    1. Lanka was Veddah, Yakka and Nagas, who were Jains , Hindus and Animists
    2. Other Orissa, Kalinga,Bengali invaders along with South Indian Invaders.
    3. Buddhism was imported, but very peaceful. Monk Mahanama, with myths, made is very racist.
    4. Sinhala Jains, Sinhala Hindus were thre before Sinhala Buddhists.
    5. This needs to be clearly explained to the Sinhala, as the monks wanted their hegemony and self preservation.
    6. Sinhala can be Jains and Hindus and still achieve Nirvana and rebirth.

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    This article by Bishop Oswald Gomis will be of interest to Christians regarding the branch of the Church of St. Thomas established in the first century in Malabar India by Thomas, the disciple of Jesus Christ. He was also called the ‘Doubting Thomas’ because he wanted to touch the nail marks on the hands of the risen Jesus Christ, to satisfy himself about the risen Christ.


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    Dear Pradeep,
    This is an Excellent speech from you that I ever heard.
    But I wonder how you can go behind the political parties like JHU….

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