The Sri Lankan New Year — the Sinhala and Tamil New Year — is undoubtedly the country’s biggest cultural and festive celebration.
Roar Showtime is a new initiative that calls on photographers—amateur or professional—to share the visions that inspire, inform and awe. Roar Showtime will curate your stories, as told skillfully through a camera lens. We want you to explore and discover: every day is an adventure that can result in the most amazing stories.
As the pandemic hit, many livelihoods, businesses, and jobs in Sri Lanka were in jeopardy, forced to adapt in order to survive.
In December last year, we sent out a call for submissions. We wanted photographers from all over the country—both amateur and professional—to participate in a specially curated online photography festival: we wanted you to share your vision, the vision that inspires, informs and awes you.
The end of 2019 is near, and for many of us, that marks one of the most important days of the year: Christmas! As we take part in the festivities, indulge in amazing food, and spend quality time with our family and friends, it’s imperative that we don’t forget those who don’t have the means that we do.
For more than 70 years, the Bombay Sweet House has satisfied Colombo’s sweet tooth by serving a wide variety of delicious Indian sweets. Meet Quaid Johar, the third-generation owner of this iconic establishment, on this, the second instalment of #RoarShortEats
Have you ever wished for something that is even more thrilling than whitewater rafting? Are you the daredevil that runs towards extreme adventures that normal people back away from? Is there no better feeling for you than the heart-pumping, mad rush of adrenaline? Then Riverboarding is the perfect adventure for you.
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