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Nawaloka Hospitals conducts ‘Bathi Gee’ for Poson Poya day

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Nawaloka Hospitals PLC will be conducting a ‘Poson Bathi Gee’ evening at the hospital premises on 16 June, at 7 p.m. The Bathi Gee program is organised in collaboration with both the OSCA and Cinestar Foundations, prominent institutions that continue to empower the Sri Lankan music and cinema industry, to foster an attitude of peace and happiness between all people of Sri Lanka. 

The evening will feature appearances from a number of notable musical stars from Cinestar and OSCA vocalising a captivating selection of religious songs in commemoration of the Poson full moon Poya day. Enjoy this wonderful evening of Bathi Gee with them under the radiance and blessings of the full moon this Poson Poya day. 

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