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Colourful Thai Pongal celebrations at Seylan Bank


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Seylan Bank celebrated the Thai Pongal Festival at its Head Office located in the heart of Colombo.

‘Thai Pongal’, also known as the Harvest Festival, is celebrated by Tamil Hindu devotees. The festival is dedicated to the Sun God and is a colourful celebration with sweetmeats and beautiful kolams. As “the bank with a heart”, Seylan is proud to be a multicultural financial entity that supports diversity amongst its staff and peers.

The celebrations were held in the presence of the executive management, staff and Seylan customers with a series of Hindu religious observances invoking blessings to all present.


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