Sri Lanka to Release Stamps Including Portrait of India’s First PM Nehru on 75th Independence Day

Guwahati: As part of its 75th National Independence Day celebrations Sri Lanka has chosen to issue a commemorative stamp that features a portrait of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, according to a press release issued by the President’s Media Division of Sri Lanka.

According to reports, the administration has decided to proudly observe the 75th National Independence Day along with the new reforming agenda for the ensuing 25 years.

According to the press release, the government will announce its new reformist course for the next 25 years in order to implement a stable government policy right up until the 100th Independence Day celebrations in 2048. This celebration is being held with pride under the theme “Namo Namo Matha – A Step towards a Century.”

On February 4 at 8:30 am at Galle Face Green, the major ceremony for the National Independence Day Celebrations will be place under the patronage of President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena.

The 75th National Independence Festival has been accompanied by several cultural and religious events across the nation.

The Dhamma speech will start at Victoria Dam at 9:00 p.m. on February 2nd, the same night as the Buddhist ceremonial rites at Sri Dalada Maligawa. A charitable giving has been scheduled for February 3.

Accordingly, on February 4 at 6:30 a.m., a Buddhist religious programme has been scheduled at Dharmakirtyarama Temple in Polwatta, Colombo, and Hindu religious events have also been scheduled at New Kadireshan Temple, Colombo.

The President will preside over the opening of the Jaffna Cultural Center on February 11 in the morning. A cultural procession will also take place, starting in front of the Jaffna Cultural Center and ending close to the Jaffna Fort (the old bus station site).

Public parks, National Parks owned by the National Zoology Department, and district- and provincial-level celebrations of Independence Day have been planned. National Independence Day will see free admission to all national parks owned by the Department of Wildlife and Forest Conservation and the National Botanical Gardens Department.

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