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Portuguese Colonialism also had a considerable impact on local music and instruments while African slaves called kaffrinha, and their dance music was called Baila had a great and lasting impact on the island’s music; Sri Lankans enjoy good Baila music with a passion to this day.Traditional Sri Lankan music includes the hypnotic Kandyan drums - drumming was and is very much a part and parcel of music in both Buddhist and Hindu temples in Sri Lanka.This was the case in 1996 when the Sri Lankan team beat Australia in the finals to win the Cricket World Cup.The whole country shut down as though there were a curfew imposed upon the whole island. Though the nation nurses an unbeatable fondness for bread (for breakfast and dinner), it is considered just plain ‘wrong’ if you don’t have rice and curry for lunch.Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated in the Indian Ocean right below India and belongs to the South Asian region. Sri Lankans are comprised of several ethnicities; Sinhalese, Sri Lankan Muslims, Sri Lankan Tamils, Burghers, Moors, Parsis, Bharathas, Malays, Kaffirs, Indigenous Veddhas and several more minorities.Sri Lankans are generally a laid-back people; they like their leisure and doing things at their own times and may seem downright idle to a person who’re not used to their nature.
Sri Lankans as a habit are not punctual – being 5-10 minutes late is the general norm, and ‘impolite’ only starts after 20 minutes or half an hour.
The nationwide state of emergency declared by local authorities after the attacks of April 2019 is no longer in effect.
However, security forces will continue to be deployed throughout the country to maintain public order.
Sri Lankans also take delight in Chocolate – a Sri Lankan who knows his fellow Lankan relatives and friends would not dare to return from a trip abroad (whether it be business or leisure) without several generous kilos of Chocolate.
Sri Lankan fashions are a mixture of popular culture tides from the western world and a closer source-Indian Bollywood culture while a sub-culture of fashions inspired by traditional Sri Lankan ethnic-wear also exists; a style slowly yet effectively catching up among Lankan youth is Sri Lankan ethnic-wear mixed with fashions of the international pop-culture (Ex; 2000-2003: Short/long Cotton Tunics/Kurths tops with denim jeans, 2002-2004: Ethnic shawls with plain T-shirts and Jeans/skirts, 2004-2009: Traditional ethnic jewelry worn with T-shirts, jeans, skirts etc., ).