Sunday, June 14, 2015

තොරතුරු හා ළමා අධ්‍යාපනික බ්ලොග් පිටුවක් "විදුල ළමා ගුවන් විදුලිය"

SLBC nurtured a bygone generation

The timbre of the children’s programmes of yesteryear still remain evergreen, though sadly ‘heard’ by lesser numbers in a backdrop of dominant visual media. With rapidly accelerating commercialisation of every sphere, children’s world being no exception, the call for programmes of the calibre of Lama theeraya, Lama Pitiya, Saraswathi Mandapaya, Handa Mama, is direly felt.
Whilst harnessing youthful talent and launching numerous prime names in an array of spheres, creators of such programmes heralded truly a Sri Lankan identity fusing creativity with strongly upheld values. The Nation relives the golden era of children’s programmes untarnished by the forces of the modern consumer world


  1. The generation gap is a widely discussed topic to overcome the prevailing problems in the modern society. The chances for the young to express their ideas are rare. So if the adult can provide the opportunities for the young through above mentioned types of activities we can hope for a better future