Dambana Vedda village (indigenous people of Sri Lanka)


Dambana is situated about 300 km away from Colombo it is near the Mahiyanganaya. Dambana is a jungle village. The Sri Lankan Vedda people (indigenous people of Sri Lanka) are still living in this jungle village. vedda of Dambana has own tradition and culture. Many tourists like to discover indigenous people of Sri Lanka. Vedda has original language. It is called as Vedda language it is different from Sinhala language. If you vist Dambana you Can learn about tradition of these people.
According to Vedda language they will call you as kakula (boy) or Kakuli(girl). You can watch vadda traditional dance and listing their traditional songs. kiri koraha is traditional dance of vedda which used to obtain  bless of their gods 
Dambana is famous for bees Horney and Vedda’s Traditional foods.Vedda used bows and arrows to hunt before 1980. But they are not using bows and arrows to hunt now vaddas depend on cultivation. They use chena for cultivation. Sri Lanka has completely  prohibited hunting 


Dambana Vedda village

Dambana Vedda village

Dambana Vedda village

Dambana Vedda village
Dambana Vedda village
Presently sri lanka has about 2500 veddas and chief of the veddas is  Uruwarige Wannila Aththo . you can meet him at the Dambana we brought   photos of our dhambana journey don’t forget  comments



























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3 comments:

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  2. This is great. I need more details about veddas words with sinhala meanings...can you help please...?

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