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Second edition of ‘Lankan Isle’ now out

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The second edition of ‘Lankan Isle’ which came among the readers at the Colombo International Book Fair last September is now out. The dynamic quarterly which reaches out to a discerning audience, offering off-the-beaten track content, assures a refreshing and a stimulating reading experience. 

A collector’s digest, which is rendered voice by reputed journalists and notable professionals in the country, Lankan Isle is an ideal new year gift for family and friends enabling them to enrich themselves and acquire new knowledge on a wide array of subjects.

Essentially a ‘thinking person’s magazine’, Lankan Isle lends voice to all things Sri Lankan. Inspired by our island-nation and her people, Lankan Isle’s endeavour is to remind the people of our land and those across the seas, of what makes our island a ‘wonder’. It is also a celebration of the skilled Sri Lankan who is second to none in the world. True to the spirit of the publication, Lankan Isle’s second edition will treat its readers to a wide range of subjects including lesser known stories of Sri Lankan national figures, unsung rural talent, wildlife, architecture, inspiring youth, classical arts, diving and shipwrecks, recollections of iconic statesmen, diplomacy, sports, temple frescoes and churches, employment issues, national industries, and much more. 

Co-edited by senior journalists, Chandani Kirinde and Randima Attygalle, Lankan Isle is also inclusive lending voice to often-underscored areas in the print media such as disability.Published by R & C Associates, the magazine is printed and distributed by Sarasavi Graphics and Sarasavi Bookshop. Lankan Isle is available at Sarasavi bookshops, Vijitha Yapa outlets, Makeen Bookshop, Expographic Book shops (Pelawatta and Kandy) and Barefoot.Follow Lankan Isle on facebook fb.me/LankanIsle. 


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