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Title: The ethnic in Sri Lanka: a historical overview on the Sinhalese and Tamil relations and conflicts in the British colonial administration
Authors: Imthiyaz, A.R.M
Keywords: Ethnic
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Faculty of Arts & Culture South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Oluvil # 32360 Sri Lanka
Citation: Kalam, Journal of Faculty of Arts and Culture. Volume I. pp 14-25.
Abstract: : Sri Lanka perviously known, as Ceylon one of the western colonization's victim in the current world. The British, which have ruled the beautiful Island more than one hundred and fifty years pioneers of the present of the ethnic problem. It would not be silly or exaggerating to draw such a frank conclusion. This academic discussion by pointing developments of the ethnic relations and conflict during the British administration period, attempts to establish a theory that relation between the different ethnic groups were, only deteriorated after British intrigue to damage smooth relations for their political survival
ISSN: 1391-6815
Appears in Collections:Volume 01

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