Near the last Presidential Election, it was reported that Na kings came from the Naga world from the Kelani River near the Kelani Temple and this was confirmed by the Kelani Temple. As Sri Lanka prepares to face a general election again in a few days, the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation has issued a press release urging the public to share their documents on Ravana.
The government is looking for information on the five-thousand-year-old Ravana’s reed technology in a myth, despite reports that SriLankan Airlines, the state’s state – owned national carrier, is incurring a loss of Rs. 43 billion.
The government is trying to trace the history of Ravana and a bulldozer was reported in Kurunegala in a building identified as belonging to the reign of King Bhuvanakabahu with the patronage of a government politician.
According to Indian legend, Ravana, the villain of the great Hindu epic Ramayana, was the ruler of Sri Lanka during Rama’s time. He may be a devil for Hindus in India but he is certainly an aristocrat, a great king and according to many Sri Lankan mythologists he was the pioneer of the airplane.
The Sri Lankan government believes Rawana was the world’s first aircraft to fly 5,000 years ago, and the country’s Civil Aviation Authority has recently taken steps to understand the methods he used to fly in ancient times.
Speaking to Indian News 18 over the phone from Colombo, Shashi Danatunga, the former Deputy Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority, said that he had undisputed facts to prove that Ravana was the pioneer of aircraft aviation and that he flew for the first time using an aircraft. “This is not a myth; That is true. This needs to be researched in detail. We will prove this in the next five years, ”he said. However, Commissioner of Archeology Senarath Dissanayake says that Ravana is a myth.
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