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Buddhism was introduced in the 3rd century BCE by Arhath Mahinda (son of the Indian emperor Ashoka).The first Tamil ruler of the Anuradhapura Kingdom, Elara, an invader, is recorded for the 2nd century BCE. • Title of Thesis: “With Special Reference to Sinahala Inscriptions, the Development of Sinhala Language as revealed through Sinhala Prose from the beginning to 15 Century AD” (written in Sinhala). • Conducted a research for MPhil Thesis (Historical Linguistics) at the University of Kelaniya on The Development of Sinhala Language as revealed through Sinhala Prose from the beginning to 15 AD. In this study a special reference was given to Sinhala Inscriptions dating the earliest period of Sinhala records.(1996-Written in Sinhala) • Conducted a research for M. Thesis (Socio-Linguistics) at the Graduate school of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan on The Sinhalese Diglossia and Its History, (2002-Written in Japanese) • Conducted a research for Ph D Thesis (Socio-Linguistics) at the Graduate school of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo Japan on the Foreignism and Colloquialism in the Development of the Sinhalese Literary Language.
The first Sri Lankan ruler of the Anuradhapura Kingdom, Pandukabhaya, is recorded for the 4th century BCE.Sheela Printers, Sinharamulla, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. 1993, pp.9-22 • “Sinhalaye Vruttagandhi Shailiya” (Vruttagandhi Style of Sinhala Language), Sambhasha Vol.5. 175-177 • “Sahitya Vichara Vicharaya” (Literary Criticle Criticism in Sri Lanka), Chintaka, Publication of the Students’ Union of the University of Kelaniya, Pubudu Press, Makola, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka,1994, pp.4-6 • “Bertolt Brecht ge Hunuwataye Natya Tulin Ismatuwana Chintana Viplawaya” (The Caucasian Chalk Cercal Drama and New Concepts of Bertolt Brecht), Hunuwataye Katawa, Journal published by the Peoples’ Bank of Matara, Sri Lanka 1994, pp.20-22 • “Apurwa Wasthu Nirmaanayehila Selalihini Kaviya Dekvu Prathibhawa” (Selalihini Sandeshya: Poems and Poetry), Sinhala Sangarawa , Vol. Publication of the Sinhala Society of the University of Kelaniya, Piyasiri Printers, Nugegoda, 1996, pp.9-14 • “Sinhalata Awenika Vichara Kalawak Sandaha Mahacharya Gunasekarage Dayakatwaya”, Serade Nuwan Mini Panduren (Bandusena Gunasekara Hara Saraniya), eds., Piyasena Kahndagamage et. Godage & Brothers, Colombo, 1998, pp.154-169• “Sinhala Bhashave Nama Prakurthi” (Noun Stems of the Sinhala Language), Abhisarana, Rev. Susantha Mahaulpotha, Felicitation Volume for Senior Professor Ananda Abeysiriwardhana, S. 59-63-• “The beginning of the Sinhalese Literature and its Evolution”, Annual Research Journal of SLSAJ, Submitted for the Annual Research Session of SLSAJ-2005, Embassy of Sri Lanka, 2-1-54, Takanawa, Manato Ku, Tokyo, 82-86- “Language rehabilitation and Puristic movement in Sinhala”, Pranama, Professor Nandasena Mudiyanse felicitation, published by the Department of Sinhala, University of Kelaniya, 2006, S. Publication of Pirivena Unit of the Education and Higher Education Ministry, United Merchant Ltd. Morawaka Sorata Felicitation, Published by the Buddhist Society of Cyprus, Pubudu Printers, Makola, 2006,pp. Saddha, (Felicitation Volume for Most Venerable Dr. The earliest human remains found on the island of Sri Lanka date to about 34,000 years ago (Balangoda Man).
The island was divided into numerous kingdoms over the following centuries, intermittently (between CE 993–1077) united under Chola rule.