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    Post by chinwi Mon Nov 03, 2014 9:24 pm

    මහවැලි, කැලණි, කළු, වලවේ යන ගංගා
    සමනළ කන්ද මුදුනේ සිට පැන නැංගා
    බෑවුම් තැනිතලා හෙල් අතරින් රිංගා
    මේවා ගලයි මිණි කැට දිය යට හංගා

    (පී. බී. අල්විස්‌ පෙරේරා සූරීන්ගේ "මගේ රට" කවි පන්තිය ඇසුරෙනි.)


    ශ්‍රීපාද කන් දේ ඇති ගුප්ත හැඩය හා ආගමික අතීතය නිසා එහි අගය තවත් තීව්‍ර කිරීම සඳහා ලියැවී ඇති මේ කවිය සාහිත්‍ය රසය ගෙන අාවද මෙහි ඇති කරුණු වල කවදා හෝ නිවැරදි කල යුතු දෙයක් ඇත​.

    මහවැලි ගඟ පටන් ගන්නේ සමනළ කන්දෙන් නොවේ.
    නමුත් ජාතික පුවත් පත්  පලවන ලිපි  හා  නිර්මාන වල ලියැවෙන්නේද බොහෝ පාසල් ගුරුවරු මෙන්ම විද්‍යාර්තීන් ද, සාහිත්‍ය කරුවන්, ගීත රචකයන් තුල ද ඇති පොදු අවබෝධයද වන්නේ මේ සියලු ගංගා පටන් ගන්නේ සමනළ කන්දෙන් බවය​.

    ශ්‍රී පාද (සමනළ) කන්ද පිහිටා ඇත්තේ ලංකාවේ කඳුකරයේ නිරිත දිග බැවුමේ ය​.
    එහි ඊසාන දිගට වෙන්නෙට පිහිටි මා උස්සා කැලේ හා කාසල් රී ජලාශ පිරෙන්නේ ශ්‍රී  පාද අඩවියට ලැබෙන වැසි ජලයෙනි. මෙම ජලාශ  නිමවී ඇත්තේ කන්ද  ඉහල පැත්තෙන් රවුමට ගොස් බටහිර පෙදෙසින් මුහුදට වැටෙන කැළණි ගඟ ඉහත්තැව හරස් කිරීමෙනි.  කන්දේ නිරිත දෙසින් කළු ගඟේ මුල් අතු පිහිටා ඇත​. ශ්‍රී පාද කන්දට වැටෙන ජලය මුලික වශයෙන් එකතු වන්නේ මේ ගංගා දෙකටය​. ඊට අමතරව වලවේ ගඟ ශ්‍රී පාද අඩවි වන පෙතෙන් ඇරඹේ.
    එ නමුත් මහවැලි ගඟ ඇරඹෙන්නේ වෙනත් කඳුකර පෙදෙසෙකිණි. කැලණි ගඟ කන්ද වටා යන බැවින් මහවැලි ගඟ ට එම කන්දේ ජලය එකතුවීමෙ හැකියාවක් නැත​.
    මහවැලි ජල ධාරාවේ මූලාරම්භය සොයා යනවිට තොටපල හා කිරිගල් පොත්ත කඳු යායන් දෙසින් එන ජල ධාරා වෙත අපව යොමුවේ.

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    Post by smallville Mon Nov 03, 2014 9:56 pm

    So පී. බී. අල්විස්‌ පෙරේරා lied big time even before our childhood and nobody corrected it?


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    Post by kass Mon Nov 03, 2014 10:53 pm

    smallville wrote:So පී. බී. අල්විස්‌ පෙරේරා lied big time even before our childhood and nobody corrected it?

    Friend literature is not always based on facts, there is room for creativity and imagination and it is the difference between science and art. Myths are common to all cultures so artist absorb these concept to their work. In this case the writer may have wanted to indicated that holy water from Sri Pada mountain flows all over the country.
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    Post by chinwi Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:05 pm

    Yes. That is accepted. The problem was everybody used it for their work even without studying a road map. I am not blaming Mr. Perera, as a poet he just wrote what others believed at that time. The concept was not his creation.
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    Post by kass Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:33 pm

    Thanks for educating us Chinwi, I know you have a long myth list to be revealed here
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    Post by KDDND Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:37 pm

    So the literature mean..................LITERATURE
    A TASTE OF TRICKLING THE HEART.....NOT THE BRAIN
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    Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:57 pm

    What are you aiming at long shot, I am trying to guess but no luck. Very Happy
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    1. Myth: You need to drink 8 glasses of water everyday

    A paper in a 2002 issue of the “American Journal of Physiology” found that, despite not consuming 8 glasses of water, thousands of adults are healthy and not ill.

    There are no federal guidelines that tell us how much water we should be drinking. However, the latest guidelines from the Institute of Medicine recommends that most women consume about 91 ounces (about 9 cups) of total water a day and Men about 125 ounces (13 cups) a day. This total includes other beverages like coffee, tea, soda and milk as well other foods (for example, one medium apple translates to about 6 ounces of fluid). A paper in a 2002 issue of the “American Journal of Physiology” found that, despite not consuming 8 glasses of water, thousands of adults are healthy and not ill. In terms of how much water you really need, it depends on your size, weight, age, activity level, and more.
    A person weighing 70 kg requires at least ca. 1,750 ml (59 oz) water per day. Of this amount ca. 650 ml is obtained by drinking, ca. 750 ml is the water contained in solid food, and ca. 350 ml is oxidation water. If more than this amount is consumed by a healthy person it is excreted by the kidneys, but in people with heart and kidney disease it may be retained. Only 650 ml is obtained by drinking (2.5 glasses of water).The overall number (1,750 ml – about 7.5 glasses of water) is where the misleading 8 glasses of water a day originated.

    2. Myth: If you’re thirsty, you’re dehydrated

    Both children and adults over 50 have thirst mechanisms that are behind the normal healthy population. Some people might be slower to recognize thirst and thus be at more risk of becoming dehydrated (especially children, who lose water through increased activity and sweat). But for normal healthy adults, thirst is an excellent indicator of hydration needs. Although we’ve been told for years that by the time you’re thirsty you’re already dehydrated, but if you are not thirsty it just means you have enough water in your system. But there are some exceptions to this rule, people who exercise a lot need more water; so do people who live or work in hot climates. Exercise blunts your thirst mechanism. You lose fluid so rapidly that the brain can’t respond in time. In fact, a recent study from Maastricht University in the Netherlands found that women lose more water during exercise than men. An hour before you hit the gym, grab an extra 20 ounces to hydrate before you dehydrate. It takes 60 minutes for the liquid to travel from your gut to your muscles.

    3. Myth: Drink water to cure constipation

    In the book ‘Fiber Menace’, Konstantin talks on the false beliefs about constipation and the role, water and fibre play in it. Eating fiber actually decreases bowel motility. Dietary fiber in stools doesn’t retain water any better than other cellular components, except psyllium seeds in laxatives (a mere 5% more). Also up to 75% of fiber, including insoluble fiber, gets fermented by intestinal bacteria and doesn’t require any water. The remaining fiber gets all the water it needs from up to seven litres of digestive juices, which are secreted daily inside the alimentary canal. Water, actually, expands fiber four to five times its original volume and weight, and makes obstruction even more likely.
    The key to cure constipation is to eat an energy-rich meal with a high fat content that can increase motility; carbohydrates and proteins have no effect. You’re better off eating a diet with good fats likebutter and ghee rather than drinking tons of water. Refer to this study.

    4. Myth: Drinking water in-between meals is bad for digestion

    There is no scientific evidence that indicates, drinking water between meals affect the digestive process. At the most, it will probably fill you up and reduce your appetite for dinner.

    5. Myth: Everyone needs only a ‘certain’ amount of water

    If you take multiple medications or rely on certain drugs like diuretics, antihistamines, and some psychiatric prescriptions, your hydration needs might be greater than the average person’s. Certain illnesses and health conditions also require you to drink more water; among them fever, vomiting or diarrhea, bladder infections, and urinary tract stones. On the other hand, conditions like heart failure or certain forms of kidney, liver, and adrenal diseases that have an effect on water excretion may require you to limit your intake of fluids. For instance, if you take over-the-counter or prescription painkillers containing ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), naproxen (Aleve) or acetaminophen (Tylenol), it’s advisable to wash them down with a large glass of water to help eliminate the drug from your kidneys.

    6. Myth: Drink water for healthy skin

    It is widely believed that since our body’s composition is 60% water, drinking a lot of water will give you glowing skin. However, there is little evidence to support this idea. Healthy skin is a result of many things, including diet, weather, pollution and genetics. Adding a few extra glasses of water each day has limited effect. One study published in 2007 on the cosmetic benefit of drinking water suggests that 500 ml of water increases capillary blood flow in the skin. But it’s unclear whether these changes are clinically significant. The moisture level of skin is not determined by internal factors. Instead, external factors such as skin cleansing, the environment, the number of oil glands, and the functioning of these oil-producing glands determine how dry the skin is or will become. The water that is consumed internally will not reach the epidermis [the top layer of the skin]. Of course, if you are dehydrated, your skin will suffer, but no research supports the assertion that over-hydrating will improve skin tone or health.

    7. Myth: Clear urine indicates hydration

    If it’s completely clear, it just means you’re full to the brim; what’s going in is coming out. But if it’s pale (like lemonade), you are in good shape. But if it’s dark (like apple cider), you need to increase your intake of fluids.

    8. Myth: You need sports drinks for physical activities.

    Adequate fluid, especially water, is most important for athletes of all ages as it is the single most important way the body has to transport nutrients and energy and remove heat during exercise. A sports or vitamin beverage may taste better, but is not necessary for hydration. That being said, people who run marathons or compete in highly strenuous activities may need to supplement their water intake with sports drinks to offset the salt they lose due to heavy sweating over long periods of time. But this doesn’t apply to most people who are simply exercising to get fit at the gym or do moderate levels of physical activity.
    Also if you’re a salty sweater (if you have white salt streaks on your face or clothes post-run), you need to ingest some sodium. Salt helps you retain water and you’re less likely to pee it out.

    9. Myth: Drinking more water=Detox

    Drinking water may increase your metabolic rate, but whether it’s enough to induce significant weight loss is unclear.

    You may urinate more when you drink lots of water, but this isn’t an indication that your kidneys are working more effectively in clearing toxins from the body. Increased water intake hasn’t been shown to improve the functioning of other organs, either, according to the paper in the “Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.” There is no evidence that suggests excess water makes your body cleaner. If anything, drinking too much water can slightly impair the ability of the kidneys to filter blood. The only people who should drink more water with a focus on their kidneys are those who have had kidney stones.

    10. Myth: There’s nothing like drinking ‘too much’ water

    You can drink too much water and it can be deadly. Too much water can cause symptomatic hyponatremia, a condition where the sodium levels in the blood become dangerously low. Although fewer than one percent of marathoners develop symptomatic hyponatremia, certain groups are more prone to it, including smaller runners; those who finish marathons in more than four hours; and those who do a significant amount of walking and running in cooler weather (when your sweat rate isn’t as intense as it is on warm days). For recreational runners, the best way to prevent hyponatremia is to listen to your thirst.

    11. Myth: Water helps in losing weight

    Many weight-loss gurus suggest drinking water before a meal to squelch your hunger. Drinking water may increase your metabolic rate, but whether it’s enough to induce significant weight loss is unclear. A study published in the “Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism” in 2007 found that just 16 ounces of water increased metabolism by 24 percent for one hour. Over the course of a day, this could add up to about 95 extra calories burned, if you drink about 75 ounces, or two litres, every day. Although there is a boost in calorie burn, it’s probably not enough to curb obesity.

    12. Myth: Staying hydrated eliminates risk of heat stroke

    Recent research shows that caffeine doses between 250 and 300 milligrams (about two cups of coffee) will minimally increase urine output for about three hours after consuming it.

    Heat stroke is a life-threatening condition where your body temperature rises above 104°F. Dehydration can make you more prone to it. People who are dehydrated are hotter. In fact, in a study published in the Journal of Athletic Training, every one percent of body mass lost through sweat, your body temperature increases by half a degree, which makes hydration hugely important for preventing heat stroke. But there are still a number of other factors that play a role. Body size, exercise intensity, fitness level, and age as well as humidity and air temperature can affect who does or doesn’t develop heat stroke.Staying hydrated is good and can reduce your risk, but paying attention to the whole picture is a better predictor.

    13. Myth: Bottled water is best

    Apart from being environmentally unsustainable, bottled waters carry many hazards. City tap water much better because it is tested every few hours, while the sources for bottled water are tested just once per week. Bottled water comes at a premium and is usually sold in plastic bottles that leach toxins, especially when left out in the heat of the day. If you are concerned about the quality of your tap water, install a filter or use a pitcher that filters water for you. When you’re on the go, carry water in stainless steel bottles.

    14. Myth: I can’t get dehydrated while swimming

    You’re actually more likely to become dehydrated when you spend an extended period of time in the pool or the ocean. Part of the reason is psychological; when you come out of the pool, the last thing you want to look at is a glass of water. But physiologically, thirst is controlled by the volume of blood at the center of the body. So when the brain senses a lack of blood at your core, you reach for your glass. But water in the pool, not the bottle creates a hydrostatic pressure that pushes blood from your skin to the center of your body, tripping up the system.

    15. Myth: Caffeine dehydrates

    While the caffeine in some energy drinks, coffee, and tea might have a mild diuretic effect, studies do not show they increase the risk of dehydration. Recent research shows that caffeine doses between 250 and 300 milligrams (about two cups of coffee) will minimally increase urine output for about three hours after consuming it. But the research also shows that exercise seems to negate those effects. If you run within one to two hours of drinking coffee, you don’t pee more. Most likely, during exercise, blood flow shifts toward your muscles and away from your kidneys, so urine output isn’t affected. In addition, if you always have a latte in the morning or a soda at lunch, your body is acclimated to the caffeine, so its effect, on both your physiology and performance, is minimal.

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    Post by chinwi Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:13 am

    කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා wrote:What are you aiming at long shot, I am trying to guess but no luck.  Very Happy
    (Hope you are not trying to emulate or a step ahead of Sunil Perera)  Shocked
    chinwi wrote:Yes. That is accepted. The problem was everybody used it for their work even without studying a road map. I am not blaming Mr. Perera, as a  poet he just wrote what others believed at that time. The concept was not his creation.

    I find no place to write or discuss these thing because most of the people are not interested. Writing to newspapers was a thing in the past. (in my DNA ? my parents were writers)

    Here, I feel there are many intellectuals and experienced people who explore many areas of life. That stimulates me to write.  I expect productive criticism and counter arguments which is rare these days.
    I am republishing in my blog, just to archive and some day someone may put them in print mode.
    That's all. !

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    Post by slstock Wed Nov 05, 2014 12:03 pm

    This is a topic of interest to me also.

    Like your ( Chinwi) motive/idea .

    I also appreciate Kass wide view of the world ( I silently saw/noticed it in a previous comment he made) .



    Like Kass hinted good Poets try to gather similes, artifacts, themes from the world around us to sometimes accentuate the idea they want to convey. So directly reading the poem without analysis /depth ( maybe style of the artisit /poet) might give factually incorrect information. I agree I too read this poem when I was small ( not smallville) and probably understood that all 4 rivers spring up from Siri Pada.

    In this case I think the great poet PB Alwis tried to accentuate the theme ( mage rata) by drawing key significance to major things like Sri Pada, the Rivers, the Gems etc.

    Examples :
    1) 550 Jathaka

    From what I know there are only 547 Jathaka though we call the book 550 .

    Also if one reads the Jathakas , I am sure there are things mentioned which are hard to believe. The author/s who wrote the story/ies into words, would have added similies and things that would make the readers piousness grow.

    This maybe a fact in the bible , quran etc. So some myths can genarate how people interpreit it .

    2) If Achchi told me something and if i never dug into analyzing what she said, I might still believe it ( even if one is educated) and it can be a myth only.

    3) Though people like to call Kuveni a "Yakshini" ( Yakshako lived then) there is high possibility that it is a "Gothra" . They would have not bein Yakshayas.

    4) How about the below supposedly sinhalese supersitions some may know of

    Bathing on
    Sundays is supposed to spoil the bathers appearance
    Monday improves the appearace
    Tuesday brings on sickness/disease
    Wednesday wealth
    Thursday - make quarrels
    Fridays bathers will see his children die
    Saturday is best for bathing and will bring hapiness.

    If this is true I should only bathe on wednesdays and saturdays.




    Also during Victorian time ( england) , people didn't bathe for months. It was considered bad. People smelled like #!#@ in a @!E@.
    So much for the snooty upper class people.


    I think we can write a book if we put minds together.




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    කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා wrote:What are you aiming at long shot, I am trying to guess but no luck.  Very Happy
    (Hope you are not trying to emulate or a step ahead of Sunil Perera)  Shocked
    chinwi wrote:Yes. That is accepted. The problem was everybody used it for their work even without studying a road map. I am not blaming Mr. Perera, as a  poet he just wrote what others believed at that time. The concept was not his creation.

    I find no place to write or discuss these thing because most of the people are not interested. Writing to newspapers was a thing in the past. (in my DNA ? my parents were writers)

    Here, I feel there are many intellectuals and experienced people who explore many areas of life. That stimulates me to write.  I expect productive criticism and counter arguments which is rare these days.
    I am republishing in my blog, just to archive and some day someone may put them in print mode.
    That's all. !

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    Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා Wed Nov 05, 2014 5:50 pm

    Thanks. You got it right but the paper not so.
    Yes, even I often write (to my blog) and many consider me as a controversial on many issues, simply because I hate to believe anything because it had been in use or said by someone.
    I referred Sunil because I see he comes on many Tv shows and talk badly / sarcastically about auspicious times and Vastu etc but never talk about the Evolution. Shocked
    And I wonder why?
    Let's continue this and I am sure this is a great opening for many. Very Happy
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    Post by HAL9000 Wed Nov 05, 2014 6:03 pm

    @ Chinwi- More interesting news in your old news paper is the one related to BoC. According to the news at that time BoC General Manager, apparently a Tamil name had banned using Sinhalese language from banking purposes. How dare he had taken this decision on his own ? Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Does banking authorities these days have such powers or then GM had exceeded his mandate ??
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    මේ සමිබන්ධයෙන් රන්දොරට ප්‍රකාශයක් කරමින් එහි සාමාජිකයෙකු පවසා සිටියේ මේ පිළිබඳව ඉදිරියේදි රාජ්‍ය භාෂා දෙපාර්තමේන්තුවට හා මානව හිමිකම් කොමිෂමට ගොස් පැමිණිල්ලක්ද කිරිමට පියවර ගන්නා බවයි.



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    මේ වගේ අපක්ෂපාති ව්‍යාපාරික විත්ති සියල්ලට පළමු එසැණින් දැන ගන්න අපේ ඩයලොග් sms ඉංග්‍රීසි පුවත් හා එක් වන්න.ඔබේ ඩයලොග් දුරකතනයෙන් REG randora ලෙස ටයිප් කර 77100 ට SMS කරන්න.මසකට රුපියල් 30 යි



    “අපි වගේ මේ රටේ බහුතරයක් හොදටම දන්නේ එක්කෝ සිංහල නැතිනම් දෙමළ .කොටස් වෙළෙඳ පොල වැනි තරමක සංකීර්ණ වෙළෙඳ පොළක ආයෝජනය කිරිමේදි අපි ඒවායේ සැබැ තත්ත්වය දැන ගත යුතුයි.මෙහි නිවේදන ඉංග්‍රීසියෙන් පමනක් තිබෙන නිසා අපිට ඒවා නිසි පරිදි තේරුම් ගන්න අමාරුයි.මේ නිසා අපි වලේ වැටුණු වාර අනන්තයි.”


    එසේම ආන්තික ණය උගුල් වලට ඇතැම් දෙනා නොදැනුවත් කමින් වැට් ඇති බැවින් වහා ඒ සම්බන්ධයෙන්ද පියවර ගෙන වෙළෙඳ පොල විනිවිද බව ආරක්ෂා කර දෙන ලෙසද මෙම පිරිස් වැඩිදුරටත් මෙම ලිපියෙන් ඉල්ලා ඇත.


    ජනපති ලේකම් කාර්යාලය මෙයට එවු පිළිතුරු ලිපිය හා අදාල ලිපිය පහළින්





    ලියාපදිංචි තැපෑල

                                                   2014.09.19

    ශ්‍රී ලංකා ජනාධිපති,

    අතිගරු මහින්ද රාජපක්ෂ මැතිතුමා,

    ජනාධිපති ලේකම් කාර්යාලය,

    කොළඹ 01.



    සභාපති,

    ශ්‍රී ලංකා සුරැකුම්පත් සහ විනිමය කොමිෂන් සභාව,

    28 වන මහළ, නැගෙනහිර කුළුන,

    ලෝක වෙළඳමධ්‍යස්ථානය,

    කොළඹ 01.



    සභාපති,

    කොළඹ කොටස් වෙළඳපොල,



    සාධනීය කොටස් වෙළඳපොලක් උදෙසා ‍වෙළඳපොල අක්‍රමිකතා වලක්වමු.



    කොටස් වෙළඳපොල සුළු ආයෝජකයින්ගේ සංගමය ලෙස අප මෙම එකමුතුව ඇති කරගත් දින සිට මේ දක්වා ක්‍රියාත්මක කිරීමට උත්සාහ කළ නිදහස් සාධාරණ වෙළඳපොලක් බිහිකිරීම සහ පවත්වාගෙන යාම උදෙසා අප තවත් අවශ්‍ය අවස්ථාවලදී ඉදිරිපත් වන්නෙමු. මේ දිනවල වෙළඳපොලධනාත්මක ප්‍රවේශයකට පිවිස තිබීමෙන් ආයෝජකයින් බොහෝ දෙනෙකුගේ අස්වැසිල්ලට හේතුවී ඇත. නමුත් වෙළඳපොල සමස්ථය ධනාත්මක ‍මෙන්ම වෙළඳපොල අක්‍රියාකාරීකත්වය නැඹුරුවක් නොවන බව අපගේ වැටහීමයි. ඒ සඳහා සියළු ආයෝජකයින්ට සමානව තීරන ගැනීම තුලින් සමාන ප්‍රතිලාභ බුක්ති විඳීමට බහුතරයකට හැකිවීම සහ සාධාරනවූ වෙළඳපොලක් තුල සියලුම ආයෝජකයින්ම සමාන අයිතිවාසිකම් දාමයක් තිබීමද වැදගත් බව අවධාරණය කරමින් වෙළඳපොල තුල පවතින පහත ගැටලුවලට පිළියම් සෙවීම සහ නියාමනයට අවශ්‍ය සහය පලකිරීමට අප කැපවෙන්නෙමු.



    01      දැන ආයෝජනයට පරිසරය හදමු.

    *         සිංහල, දෙමල, ඉංග්‍රීසි කථා කරන සියළුදෙනාට වෙළඳපොල ක්‍රියාවලියේ තොරතුරු දැනගැනීමේ සහ දැණුවත් වීමේ අවස්ථාව ලබා දීමයි.

    *         C.D,S ගිණුමක් විවෘත්ත කරන සෑම ආයෝජකයෙකුම වෙළඳපොල නීති රීති දැනගැනීමේ අයිතිවාසිකම් තහවුරු කළ යුතුය.

    *         වෙළඳපොල මෙහෙයවීම පුද්ගල කණ්ඩායමකට නතුවීම වලක්වා ගැනීමට අවශ්‍ය පියවර ඉතා ඉක්මනින් ගත යුතුය.

    *         සමාගම් මූල්‍ය වාර්ථා යනාදිය නිකුත් කිරීම, භාෂාත්‍රිත්වයට අනුව ක්‍රියාත්මක කිරීම, ආයෝජකයින් හට ප්‍රසිද්ධ කරන ලබන මූල්‍ය වාර්ථා පිළිබඳවිශ්වාසය වැඩිවන ආකාරයේ සැලැස්මක් නියාමනය විසින් හඳුන්වා දිය යුතුය.

    *         වෙළඳපොල රහස්‍යභාවය ආරක්ෂා නොවීම ඉහත අවධාරණයකර සුලුතරයක් සියලුම වෙළඳපොල රහස් අනුව වෙළඳපොල සියළුම ලාභ තමන්ගේ කරගැනීම.

    *         වෙළඳපොළ සංදර්ශනයක් නොව සැබෑ ඉල්ලුම් සැපයුම් මෙවලම් තුලින් ධනාත්මක ප්‍රවේශයක් ලබා ගැනීමයි.



    02      Margin උගුල.

    *         ආයෝජකයින්ගේ ආයෝජන මුදල ඉක්මවාMargin loan ලබා දීම වැලැක්වීමට කටයුතු කිරීම.50%නීතිය බලාත්මක කිරීම.

    *         යම් නිෂ්චිත දිනක ආයෝජන මුදල් වටිනාකමින් 50%Margin loan ලෙස ලබා දීමත් එම දිනයෙන් පසු සිදුවන වෙළඳපොල උච්චාවචනය අනුව නැවත නැවතMargin loan ලබා දීම පාලනය කිරීම තැරැව්කරුවන් හෝ මාජින් සපයන ආයතන නොකළ යුතුය.

    රු. 100,000/= ක් ආයෝජනය කළ ආයෝජකයින් හට ලබාගත හැකි ණය ප්‍රමාණය 50,000/= ක් විය යුතුය. එය ලක්ෂ 2 ක කොටස්ගෙන ණය ප්‍රමාණය වටිනාකම 50% ක් යැයි කීම නිවැරදි නොවේ.

    *         එලෙස ලබාගත් ණය සමග එම කොටස් වෙළඳපොල වටිනාකම රු. 50,000/= ක් වුවහොත් එම ආයෝජකයාගේ තීරණය මත පමණක් විකිණීම සිදුකළ යුතුය. මේ වන විට සිදුවූයේ මෙම ක්‍රියාවලියයි. (කිසිම දිනක ආයෝජකයා ණයකරුවෙකු නොවිය යුතුයි.)

    *         Margin loan වලට පොළී ගණනය කරන නිෂ්චිත ක්‍රමවේදයක් සහ නියාමනය විසින් සෘජු අධීක්ෂණයකට ලක් කළ හැකි පරීෂණ පද්ධතියක අවශ්‍යතාවය පවතියි.

    ආයෝජන කෙටිකාලීන හා දිගුකාලීන විය හැක එබැවින් වෙළඳපොල යම් නිෂ්චිත දිනක කොටස්වල පවතින වෙළඳපොල වටිනාකම ණය මුදලක් සමගාමීව ප්‍රතිශතය ගණනය කර තැරැව්කරුවන්ගේ අවශ්‍යතාවය මත කොටස් අඩු වෙළඳපොල වටිනාකම් යටතේ විකිණීම (එකතු කිරීම) වලක්වන නීතියක් අප බලාපොරොත්තු ‍වන්නෙමු.

    *         Margin loan ලබාදිය හැක්කේ අනුමත මූල්‍ය සමාගම්වලට පමණක් යන්න සහතික කළ යුතුවේ. නොමැති නම් තැරැව්කාර සමාගම්ලට ලබාදී ඇති පහසුකම් සමග මෙමMargin loan වෙළඳාමේ එම සමාගම් හරහා ක්‍රියාත්මක වීම ආයෝජකයින් මෙම උගුලට සිරකරවීමට අවස්ථා උදා කිරීමක් මෙන්ම පහසුකම් සැපයීමක් ද වේ.

    *         වංචා අපහසුතාවලට පත්වූ ආයෝජකයින් වෙනුවෙන් සාධාරණ ඉටු කළ යුතු අතර ඉදිරියේදී එවැනි වංචා වලට හසුවීමට ඉඩ නොදී වෙළඳපොල නියාමනය විය යුතුය.



    03      ආයෝජකයින්ට තම කොටස් ගිණුම හරහා සිදුවන අක්‍රමිකතා දැණුවත් කිරීමට සතියක් ලබා දීම ප්‍රමාණවත් නොවේ. ඊට හේතුව ආයෝජකයින් 100% ම නීති හා රෙගුලාසි පිළිබඳදැණුවත් වීමට අවකාශය මේ වන තුරු ලබා නොදීම වීමය.



    04      තමන්ට වුන අසාධාරණයක් සම්බන්ධයෙන් තැරැව්කාර සමාගම් දැණුවත් කිරීමෙන් පසු විසඳුමක් නොලැබෙන්නේ නම් කොටස් වෙළඳපොල හා සුරැකුම්පත් සහ විනිමය කොමිෂන් සභාව දැණුවත් කළ යුතු බව සඳහන් වේ. බොහෝ ආයෝජකයින්ගේ අභාග්‍යය වී ඇත්තේ මෙම කරුණයි. එනම් ඉහත පරිදි තැරැව්කාර සමාගම්වලට පැමිණිලිකර පසුව ප්‍රධාන විධායක නිළධාරීන් විසින් බොහෝවිට නොමග යවන සුළු විසඳුම් ලබාදී ආයෝජකයින් නොමග යවා කල්මැරීමක් සිදු කර තිබේ. සමහර විසඳුම් කොටස් වෙළඳපොල නීති උල්ලංගණය වන ආකාරයේ මෙන්ම ගහෙන් වැටුන මිනිහට ගොනා අයින ආකාරයේ විසඳුම් ද මේ අතර වේ. උදාහරණ :- නැතිවූ මුදල් සොයාදීමට ඥාතීන්ට ගිණුම් විවෘත්ත කරදී එම ගිණුම්වලට කොටස් ලබාදී පසුකලෙක ඒවා ද ඉහත සඳහන් කළ තැරැව්කාර සමාගම් තමන්ගේ අවශ්‍යතා සඳහා පාවිච්චි කිරීම.



    05      (තැරැව්කාර සමාගම් + කොළඹ කොටස් හුවමාරුව / විනිමය කොමිෂන් සභාව) << ආයෝජකයින් විය යුතු නොවේ.



    සාධාරණ වෙළඳපොලකට



    ආයෝජකයින් = තැරැව්කාර සමාගම = කොළඹ කොටස් වෙළඳපොල විය යුතුය. (බොහෝ ආයෝජකයින් කොළඹ ව්‍යාපාර වස්තු හුවමාරුවට කළ පැමිණිලිවලට තැරැව්කරුවන්ට වාසි ගෙන දෙන ලෙසට පැමිණිලි විභාග කර තිබේ.)



    එමෙන්ම මෙම කරුණු සම්බන්ධයෙන් වූ අප සංගමයට ආයෝජකයින් කළ පැමිණිලිවල ස්වභාවය අනුව ඉහත විශ්ලේෂණයන් අප ඉදිරිපත් කරන්නෙමු. ඒ සඳහා අවධානය යොමු කර අපේ කොටස් වෙළඳපොල අප නගාසිටවමු.



    අතිගරු ජනාධිපතිතුමනි, අප ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ පුංචි මිනිස්සු නියෝජනය කරන සුළු අයෝජකයින් වන්නෙමු. ඉහත කරුණු සම්බන්ධයෙන් අප වෙනුවෙන් ඔබතුමාගේ අවධානය යොමු කරනුවස් ඔබතුමාටද මෙහි පිටපතක් එවනුයේ රාජ්‍ය පක්ෂ පාක්ෂිකත්වය තහවුරු කරන ගමන්ම ඔබතුමා සමග මේ සම්බන්ධයෙන් අපගේ අදහස් දැක්වීමට අවස්ථාවක් ඉල්ලා සිටීමත් ය. එය වෙළඳපොල ඉතිහාසය තුල සිදු නොවූ ඉල්ලීමක් වෙනුවෙන් ර‍ටේ නායකයා ලෙස කන්දීමක් වනු ඇත. එමෙන්ම රටට බැටදුන් ත්‍රස්තවාදීන් මෙල්ල කළ ඔබතුමාට අප වැනි පුංචි මිනිසුන්ට බැටදෙන ආර්ථික ත්‍රස්තවාදීන් මෙල්ල කිරීමෙන් දහස්ගණන් අද දින අත්සනින් තහවුරු කර නැති වුවද ඔබගේ අවධානය යොමු කරන තුරු බලා සිටින බවද අප විසින් සිහිපත් කරන්නෙමු. ඔබට දීර්ඝායුෂ!









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    1.   අතිගරු ජනාධිපති මහින්ද රාජපක්ෂ මැතිතුමා.

    2.   කොළඹ කොටස් වෙළඳපොල සභාපතිතුමා.

    3.   ශ්‍රී ලංකා සුරැකුම්පත් සහ විනිමය කොමිෂන් සභාවේ සභාපති.

    4.   මුදල් අමාත්‍යංශ ලේකම්.

    5.   ආයෝජක සී.වී. විග්නරාජා.
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    Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා Wed Nov 05, 2014 8:09 pm

    දැනගෙන ගියොත් කතරගම නොදන ගියොත් අතරමග කියන්නේ මෙකට තමා. Very Happy


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    Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා Today at 3:39 pm
    දැනගෙන ගියොත් කතරගම නොදන ගියොත් අතරමග කියන්නේ මෙකට තමා. Very Happy ....brokers teem?
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    Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා Today at 3:39 pm
    දැනගෙන ගියොත් කතරගම නොදන ගියොත් අතරමග කියන්නේ මෙකට තමා. Very Happy ....brokers teem ...ye..ye


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    Post by kass Wed Nov 05, 2014 10:18 pm

    slstock wrote:This is a topic of interest to me also.  

    Like your ( Chinwi) motive/idea .

    I also appreciate  Kass wide view of the world ( I silently saw/noticed  it in a previous comment he made) .

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    Thanks SLS for your encouraging words.

    I like to show a different angle in to this. We call something a myth based on the knowledge we have. Nowadays knowledge we have is the scientific knowledge which the Western world made us believe Shocked . This scientific knowledge we  praise has it's own limitations. "They" speak about the things based on the facts they have discovered. There was a time when "They" said a metal ship will never float on water only wooden ships can, and recently I heard on News its better to eat fruits before your meal which is against to  what earlier they said - to eat fruits as dessert after meals. There was a era when smoking was a fashion and western world did not have much objection. So we should be mindful even when looking at things based on
    scientific fact sometimes as well. I'm not saying everything they say is wrong, but definitely everything they say is not correct.
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    Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා Wed Nov 05, 2014 10:32 pm

    Essence of the Kalama Sutra. Very Happy
    kass wrote: I'm not saying everything they say is wrong, but definitely everything they say is not correct.


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    Post by kass Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:32 pm

    කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා wrote:Essence of the Kalama Sutra.  Very Happy
    kass wrote: I'm not saying everything they say is wrong, but definitely everything they say is not correct.

    To be honest I have never read that
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    Post by chinwi Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:52 pm

    kama sutra nam kiyewwa neda ?
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    Post by chinwi Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:54 pm

    Kass , i will write something related to your argument tomorrow , Poya day.
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    Post by marusira Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:57 pm

    chinwi wrote:kama sutra nam kiyewwa neda ?
    කෑම සූත්තර.. Rolling Eyes
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    Post by chinwi Thu Nov 06, 2014 12:15 am

    marusira wrote:
    chinwi wrote:kama sutra nam kiyewwa neda ?
    කෑම සූත්තර.. Rolling Eyes

    yes yes Jacqueline's.
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    Post by chinwi Thu Nov 06, 2014 12:23 am

    HAL9000 wrote:@ Chinwi- More interesting news in your old news paper is the one related to BoC. According to the news at that time BoC General Manager, apparently a Tamil name had banned using Sinhalese language from banking purposes. How dare he had taken this decision on his own ? Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Does banking authorities these days have such powers or then GM had exceeded his mandate ??

    Glad you noticed it. If we go through these newspapers you can find  lot of such things happened those days.
    Actually we live in a different world. Those days the officials had more power or they acted like that.  Ministers had less power. (we can see pros and cons now) My parents talked about a Head of a Department who chased the minister away from his office when he (the Minister) came to see him and asked some illegal help for a matter under his own purview. That was about 40-45 years ago.

    We can see lot of inter-communal tension in those newspapers than these days. The articles were written openly referring cast, creed, religion and other differences of the people.

    When British handed over the power, the Govt. service was mostly occupied by Non Sinhala officials and Kalu suddas. Some worked very honestly and some others were not happy about the transition of control to the people came from majority.


    Some cuttings :

    Newspaper owners acted openly for their political agendas.

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    Even  15 yeas the independence, this was the situation. Successive governments had to take lot of efforts to reach the present states. Most of the pressure came from Indian dominated trading community and officials linked to them . They were very powerful as a team.
    British and American companies were also powerful and involved in political agendas too.  

    Foreign Companies were operating here without any local registration.  The writer suggests company registration to be done here.  

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    The situation prevailed  at Bank of Ceylon is described here too.


    This is something not related to politics; they presented it openly than now. The secret of something  7.50 only . Instant result assured .

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