Tamil and Sinhalese
The sinhalese and Tamils
There are different ethnic groups in Sri Lanka. The Sinhalese form the largest group. The Tamils are a large minority. The Vedda people are the original inhabitants of Sri Lanka.
Sinhalese is the offical language in Sri Lanka.
Sinhalese and Tamil.
TamilTamilSinhalese and Tamil are the official languages of Sri Lanka.
Sinhalese for snow. Sinhalese is the native language in Sri Lanka, so that's how you get Himalaya Mountains.
From the beginning of the indu-Nimna Civilization Sinhalese (four Helayan) domicile in sri lanka.History of Sinhalese goes more than 30000 years ago.
They are the majority and the oldest ethnic group.
It's Sri Lanka
In sinhalese,Yes is "ow". It is pronounced like O W.
PErhaps you cant do that. Because of it is a complicated language.
Because the sinhalese people were so greedy they wanted the country sri lanka which originally belonged to Tamil people the sinhalese originated from another country, so then the Tamil tigers (LTTE) tried to fight for a part of sri lanka called Tamil eelam however the sinhalese people still wanted the whole country and the selfish stupid man called rajapakshit declared a war.
Sinhalese, also known as Sinhala, is the native language of the Sinhalese people, the largest ethnic group in Sri Lanka - the language has around 16 million native speakers.
As Sri Lanka is a multinational country, there are many ways to express the same in several languages. It could be said as "mama sri lankawen" in Sinhalese (මම ශ්‍රී ලංකාවෙන්) and " naan ilankayan" (நான் இலங்கையன்) in Tamil.
still civil war
You can buy one from the Bishop House in Archdiocese of Colombo,Sri Lanka.
Ethnic conflict between Tamils and Sinhalese
Sri Lankans discovered Sri Lanka :-). Seriously, this question is like "Who discovered England?". Sri Lankans, known as Sinhalese at the time, have lived in Sri Lanka for over 2,500 years and have written records about their history since 500 BC. Chinese and Arabs traded with Sri Lanka between 10-15th Century AD and since then Sri Lanka was occupied by Portuguese, Dutch and English, and was given independence in 1948.
sinhalese. Gihilla ennang. Tamil: poayitu vaaran