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Colombo welcomes Avurudu

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As the rhythm of the beraya (drum) and melodious sounds of the Koha (cuckoo bird) herald the dawn of a New Year, thoughts of peace, prosperity and joy fill the air. The Aluth Avurudda ushers a season of festive cheer with all round merriment and rejoicing based on age old traditions and customs. The Daily Mirror online tours the city, soaking up the festivities.

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