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Sinhala & Tamil Aluth Avurudu (New Year) Traditional Food (kavili)and sweets package 3

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Konda kavum  5
Atirasa             5
Mung kavum  5
Uduwalalu     5
Milk toffee     6

Delivery Starts on March 25th, 2024 ( order cut-off date March 24th, 2024)

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Description

According to the Sinhala calendar, Sri Lankans begin celebrating ‘Aluth Avurudu’ in Sinhala and ‘Puththandu’ in Tamil, in the month of Bak when the sun moves from the Meena Rashiya to the Mesha Rashiya. The name ‘Bak’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘bhagya’ meaning ‘fortunate’. The month of Bak corresponds to April in the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly used in Sri Lanka as in other parts of the world.

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Additional information

Weight 1133.98 g
Dimensions 10.25 × 7.25 × 5 in

Servings Size

Use as required

Ingredients

Kavum ( Rice flour, kithul treacle, cumin seeds)

Atirasa ( Rice flour, kithul treacle, sesame seeds)

Mung kavum ( Mung seeds, kithul treacle, coconut milk, and rice flour)

Uduwalalu ( Urdu dhal, rice flour, kithul treacle)

Milk Toffees (Condensed milk, sugar, cashew nuts)

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool, dark, dry place (Room Temperature). Recommend keeping refrigerated – Refrigerate after opening.

Common Names

The New Year Festival in Sri Lanka gets a multitude of names such as Bakmaha Uḷela (Festival of the month
April), Bakmaha Mangula (Ceremony of the month April), Bakmaha Alut Avurudu Maŋgallaya (New Year
Ceremony of the month April), Bak Manguḷa (Ceremony of April), Bak Maha Säṇakeḷiya (Carnival of the
month April), Alut Avurudda (The New Year), Avurudu (The Year), Avurudu Uḷela (Festival of the Year),
Avurudu mangallaya (Ceremony of the year), Avurudu Utsavaya (Festicval of the Year), Kōṇa gediya, Kōṇa
Pidīma, Kōna Maŋgallaya, Kōṇa Käma, Sūrya mangallaya (Festival of the Sun), Heḷayē Bak Mahā Jātika
Uḷela (Sri Lanka’s National Festival of the month April), and Heḷayē Alut Avurudu Jātika Uḷela (Sri
Lanka’s National New Year Festival etc. Contemporary New Year Festival falls on 13th and 14th of the
month April and have been declared as public holidays. The New Year Festival of Sri Lanka is a folk
festival. It belongs to seasonal festivals. In this research paper questions such as when and how the New
Year festival in Sri Lanka came to being are discussed. No definite opinion could be gathered out of literary
sources as to when and how the New Year festival was originated. Various views on the topic have been put
forward by numerous authorities engaged in different fields of studies based on their respective subjects.
None of them come to a definite conclusion as to the date of origin of the New Year. It is the library method
which is employed as the methodology of this research. Reference to ancient festivals in Sri Lanka, different
opinions expressed on the birth of the New Year festival, and foreign reports of the New Year festival of Sri
Lanka are being used in this study. The New Year Festival in Sri Lanka has been developed neither as a
festival of the Sinhalese nor as that of the Hindus but by an admixture of features of Sinhalese festivals and
that of the Hindu New Year Festival. It can be proved by means of accepted factors that the New Year
Festival in Sri Lanka has been originated out of the Hindu New Year Festival of Sītāvaka Period (1521-
1592).
Key words: New Year Festival, folk festival, national festival, seasonal festivals, Sinhalese

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