Top 50 Happy SriLanka National Day Quotes With Images

Sri Lanka National Day Quotes: Here We Will Provide You Some Special And Best Collection Of Sri Lanka Day Quotes Which You Can Share On WhatsApp, Twitter & Facebook

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Sri Lanka National Day 2019

1. Nothing is more precious than independence and liberty.

2. For years, Sri Lanka was viewed as a model developing nation. It gained independence peacefully and sustained one of the few authentically competitive democratic systems in the Global South.

3. When people have compassion, friendship, and unity, they speak and think in a constructive way to ensure national independence and prosperity.

4. I’d love to venture out into some international work. I would like to do some work in Sri Lanka as well.

5. Independence is a precious gift of God.
May we always remain independent
Happy independence day to you.

6. “Will there be people who will have the conscience to contribute to the country by changing themselves first? That is the need of the moment.” happy Sri Lanka Independence Day 2019

7. Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.

8. If money is your hope for independence you will never have it. The only real security that a man will have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability.

9. At the bottom of education, at the bottom of politics, even at the bottom of religion, there must be for our race economic independence.

10. Sri Lanka long has been described as a paradise by travelers.

11. While the Sinhalese are a majority on their island, they are, as historian Kingsley Silva has noted, a majority with a minority complex.

12. Sri Lanka’s problems were caused by too much democracy.

13. Really if I starve the Tamils out, the Sinhala people will be happy.

14. The majority in this country are Sinhalese. Without the consent of the majority, no one can come into power

15. It is the Sri Lanka government that has failed to learn the lessons from the emergence of the struggles for self-determination in several parts of the globe and the innovative structural changes that have taken place.

16. I strongly believed that Sri Lanka belongs to the Sinhalese, but there are minority communities and we treat them like our people, They can live in this country with us. But they must not try to, under the pretext of being a minority, demand undue things.

17. This isn’t about the conflict; it is about the government doing nothing to acknowledge the current human rights violations being committed against Tamil civilians.

18. During 1988, when my wife and I lived in Sri Lanka for an extended period,its murder rate was one of the world’s highest.

19. Until the 1930s, a heavy belt of forests north of the ancient capital, Anuradhapura, formed a natural barrier between the Sinhalese and Tamil peoples.

20. SWRD Bandaranaike altered Sri Lanka’s political landscape forever by beginning vocally advocate an overtly populist,pro-Sinhalese and pro-Buddhist political agenda.

21. For years, Sri Lanka was viewed as a model developing nation. It gained independence peacefully and sustained one of the feew authentically competitive democratic systems in the Global south.

22. Much younger elite Sri Lankans, especially young Tamils, have capitalized on foreign university credentials and their parents’ dwindling wealth to escape from the daily stress and tragedy of life on the island.

23. Sri Lanka’s problems were caused by declining even-handedness and transparency of its democratic processes and institutions.

24. I’m a doer, and whether it was the tsunami in Sri Lanka or the earthquake in Indonesia, I was always saying, ‘I should be there; I should be helping out.’

25. An economically peaceful and prosperous Sri Lanka is the dream of youth of the nation. My message for the youth is to collectively work for an inclusively developed Sri Lanka.

26. I’d love to venture out into some international work. I would like to do some work in Sri Lanka as well.

27. Sri Lanka is a part of my background: it’s not where I live, but it’s what I want to explore. And I find it works very well to explore through fiction.

28. Whether we live in Sri Lanka or Malaysia or India, the U.K. or the U.S., we face similar issues of understanding, remembering the past that has made us and seeing the future we want.

29. I was shot at for being a Tamil in Sri Lanka, and then, everyone was calling me a Paki in London, and I’m not even Pakistani.

30. When I first came to India from Sri Lanka, people were surprised to see my toned arms. I had come right after the Miss Universe pageant.

31. When I was growing up, I don’t think I knew any other child who had been out of Sri Lanka.

32. A few countries like Sri Lanka and Honduras have led the way in slashing maternal mortality.

33. Many instances of persecution and killing have occurred in countries with atrocious human rights records such as Sri Lanka, Guatemala and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

34. My giving birth was nothing when I think about all the people in Sri Lanka that have to give birth in a concentration camp.

35. My writing has been shaped by the three countries – Sri Lanka, the Philippines and England – I have lived in.

36. I probably felt most out of place as a young kid growing up in Sri Lanka. My mental world was somewhere else, partly because of reading and daydreaming.

37. That’s Anil’s path. She grows up in Sri Lanka, goes and gets educated abroad, and through fate or chance gets brought back by the Human Rights Commission to investigate war crimes

38. I’m a Canadian citizen. But I always want to feel at home in Sri Lanka. I’m a member of both countries.

39. The first time I joined the gym was during the Miss Sri Lanka pageant in 2006. Then, I went for the Miss Universe contest where I was exposed to girls who were very fit for their age. They could have joined the Olympics.

40. I’m a Canadian citizen. But I always want to feel at home in Sri Lanka. I’m a member of both countries.

41. I discovered that Thailand was one of those countries, like Sri Lanka and India, where the memory of past lives used to be commonplace. Go back a few generations, and you find people talking about earlier lives with total certainty.

42. Be careful about Burma. Most people cannot remember whether it was Siam and has become Thailand, or whether it is now part of Malaysia and should be called Sri Lanka.

43. One of the important things for me is that my father is from Sri Lanka. But even more importantly, he was a consultant for the World Bank.

44. “Be universal in your love. You will see the universe to be the picture of your own being.” ~ Sri Chinmoy

45. “The game has evolved over the years, and I don’t think we have as a country. In other countries they have, and they adjust much quicker than our boys.” ~ Mahela Jayawardene

46. “In Sri Lanka a well-told lie is worth a thousand facts.” ~ Michael Ondaatje

47. “Please pray with me for everyone in Sri Lanka and the Philippines as I begin my trip.” ~ Pope Francis

48. “Complete and total perfection will come about only when we feel that our perfection is no perfections as long as the rest of humanity remains imperfect.” ~ Sri Chinmoy

49. “Love is the only wealth that man absolutely needs. Love is the only wealth that God precisely is.” ~ Sri Chinmoy

50. “If u come to Sri Lanka you will find that DHONI has more fans than any other Srilankan player.” ~ Arjuna Ranatunga