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W. A. Silva

Index W. A. Silva

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8 relations: Index of Sri Lanka-related articles (W–X), List of Sinhalese people, List of Sri Lankan writers, Palane Vajiragnana Thero, Punya Heendeniya, Silva, Sri Lankan literature, University of Peradeniya library.

Index of Sri Lanka-related articles (W–X)

This page lists Sri Lanka-related articles with titles beginning with an alphabet letters W and X.

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List of Sinhalese people

This is a list of Sinhalese people by their country of domicile or origin.

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List of Sri Lankan writers

The following is a list of Sri Lankan writers of all types.

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Palane Vajiragnana Thero

Palane Vajiragnana Thero (November 25, 1878 – September 21, 1955) was a Sri Lankan scholar Buddhist monk, who founded the renowned Siri Vajiraramaya temple in Bambalapitiya, Sri Lanka.

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Punya Heendeniya

Punya Heendeniya (De Silva Nanayakkara) is a Sri Lankan cinema actress who currently resides in England.

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Silva

Silva is a surname in Portuguese-speaking countries, such as Portugal and Brazil.

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Sri Lankan literature

Sri Lankan literature is the literary tradition of Sri Lanka.

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University of Peradeniya library

The University of Peradeniya library is a centrally administered network of libraries in the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._A._Silva

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