Synonyms for buttala or Related words with buttala

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Examples of "buttala"
Buttala electoral district was an electoral district of Sri Lanka between August 1947 and March 1960. The district was named after the town of Buttala in Moneragala District, Uva Province. The 1978 Constitution of Sri Lanka introduced the proportional representation electoral system for electing members of Parliament. The existing 160 mainly single-member electoral districts were replaced with 22 multi-member electoral districts. Buttala electoral district is now represented by the Monaragala multi-member electoral district.
Yudaganawa, is a town situated in Buttala Divisional Secretariat, Uva province, Sri Lanka.
Buttala Divisional Secretariat is a Divisional Secretariat of Moneragala District, of Uva Province, Sri Lanka.
Route passes through Matara, Hambantota, Thissamaharama, Kataragama, Buttala, Monaragala, Bibile and Mahiyanganaya
Buttala (බුත්තල)is a town in Sri Lanka. It is located in Monaragala District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka.
The name Buttala or ‘Bath hala’ which is said to have been given in the times of King Dutugemunu. A large number of soldiers located in the area . They had been fed from the plentiful of rice in Buttala. The names of many places have the history from the times of King Dutugemunu and Saddhatissa.
During the era of King Dutugemunu the path way from Northern province to the southern province was fallen through Buttala. A free meal was given to people who travelled from the north to the south. The place where the free meal was given called "Bath Hala", and name "Bath Hala" was later transformed into "Buttala".
A dry zone skink, "N. sarasinorum" is known in Sri Lanka from Maha oya, Lahugala Kitulana National Park, Polgahawela, Polonnaruwa, Galigamuwa, Buttala, Inamaluwa, Dambulla, Kandalama, and Batticaloa.
A small species of day gecko from arid regions of the east. Known from Lahugala Kitulana National Park in the Eastern Province. Recent records found the species from Koslanda, Badulla, Pallegama, Mathugama, Buttala, Central, Uva and Western Provinces.
Buttala is the home of the largest Sugar mill in Sri Lanka Pelwatte Sugar Industries PLCwhich was established in 1981. The company provides livelihood to approximately 4,200 employees and over 300,000 out growers.
Mahagodayaya is a tiny village near Buttala in the Monaragala District of Sri Lanka, where 9 Sinhalese civilians were killed by suspected LTTE cadres in an incident known as the Mahagodayaya massacre.
In the 19th century Governor of Ceylon, Sir Hamilton Gorden established the Uva province. Before that divisions such as Bintenna, Wiyaluwa, Wellassa, Udukinda, Yatikinda were belonged to Central Province and Wellawaya and Buttala belonged to the Southern Province.
A large, rock-dwelling gecko from dry zone of Sri Lanka. Distributed in the monsoon forests of the eastern parts of the country, such as Namadagala, Monaragala, Nilgala, Gal Oya National Park, Buttala, and Ampara.
The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences was functioning at Rahangala under difficult conditions until 2001. The main difficulty was the long distance between the university’s main premises and Rahangala. In addition, the academic staff and students pleaded with the university administration to shift the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences from Rahangala to the main university premises at Belihuloya. In response, the faculty was moved to Belihuloya in 2001. Meanwhile, the Faculty of Applied Sciences was still operative in Buttala. In 2008 this, too, was moved from Buttala to the main university at Belihuloya for the same reasons.
The highway passes through Kirulapone, Nugegoda, delkanda, navinna, Maharagama, pannipitiya, Kottawa, Homagama, godagama,meegoda, meepe, pahathgama Hanwella, Avissawella, Eheliyagoda, Kuruwita, Ratnapura, Lellopitiya, Pelmadulla, Balangoda, Beragala, Koslanda, Wellawaya, Buttala, Monaragala, Liyangolla, Siyambalanduwa, Hulanuge, Lahugala, Pottuvil, Komari, Thirukovil, Akkaraipattu, Oluvil, Karaitivu, Kalmunai, Periyakallar, Chettipalayam, Arayampathy and Kattankudy.
and was the first major attack against civilians on the island since the April 6 Weliveriya bombing that killed Highways Minister Jeyaraj Fernandopulle and national athletics coach Lakshman de Alwis. It was also the deadliest bus bombing since the January 16 attack on a civilian bus at Buttala.
Śrī Kalyāṇī Yogāśrama Saṃstha has expanded to include forest hermitages like Kurunegala Ruwangiri, Meethirigala Nissarana Vanaya, Buttala Budu Gallena Aranya, Ampara Piyangala Aranya, Colombo Sri Kalyani Ashrama, Thalangama Sri Shanthi Yogashrama, Kurunegala Nathagana Aranya, Malsiripura Na Uyana Aranya, Padaviya Galpiyum Aranya, Nimalawa Aranya Senasana etc. However, Ambalangoda Galduva Aranya acts as the main.
Prof. Dayananda Somasundara, the founding director of the college, determined that the SAUC should become a national university. Guided by his motivation, the academic, administrative and non-academic staff, students, and the nearby communities actively contributed towards the development and promotion of SAUC into a national university. As a result, the government decided to elevate SAUC to the status of a national university, amalgamating the Uva Affiliated University College (UAUC) at Rahangala and the Buttala Affiliated University College (BAUC) as the Faculties of Agricultural Sciences and Applied Sciences respectively. (Before this amalgamation, the SAUC at Belihuloya and the UAUC at Buttala were affiliated to the University of Sri Jayawardenepura, while the UAUC at Rahangala was affiliated to the University of Peradeniya.) The directors of the UAUC and BAUC were the Rev. Elle Wimalananda Thero and Prof. Arthur Bamunuarachchi respectively.
Sir Leo Fernando was a Ceylonese businessman and politician. He was a Member of Parliament for the Buttala electorate. A wealthy businessmen, he owned the Panadura Bus Company which was later nationalized to form the Ceylon Transport Board. He also owned many Tea and Rubber plantations in Ceylon. Gikiyanakande and Meddegedara estates are some of them. He also owned significant shareholdings in Associated motorways (AMW), Central hospitals and the Southwestern bus company.
Pelwatte Sugar Industries PLC is a Sri lankan sugar manufacturing company, which is listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange. The main sugar factory of the group is located in Buttala in the Moneragala District, Uva Province, about from Colombo to the east of the country. Pelwatte Sugar was incorporated on 19 February 1981 as Pelwatte Sugar Company Ltd. It became a Public Limited Liability company on 10 December 1982. In 1990, the holding company changed its name to Pelwatte Sugar Industries Ltd. It was first quoted on the Colombo Stock Exchange in 1984.