Divert Kalu Ganga for agricultural development

Divert Kalu Ganga for agricultural development

In 1787, the Dutch constructed a dam across a tributary of Ninwala Ganga, near Urubokka, close to Deniyaya and Morawaka and  channeled the waters to Hambantota District [‘Seeing Ceylon’ by R.L.Broheir] for the supply of water for agricultural and  commercial produce cultivation. Brohie..more

Madu river

Madu river

The bio diversity of the Madu River

The bio-diversity of the Madu River is of monumental signification when considering the wide ranges of aquatic and avian life as well as wetland dwelling amphibians, reptiles, mammals that inhabit the environs of this natural t..more

Kumbukkan Oya

Kumbukkan Oya

The final rays of the setting sun filter through giant Kumbuk trees and fall on the shallow waters of the river. The almost dry river bed is now bedecked by large extents of sand. The sand exudes a loveliness of its own. The tracks of wild animals stand out clearly in the fine sand, s..more

srilanka Menik Oya

srilanka Menik Oya

The Menik Ganga in the South East Dry Zone ^SEDZ& has gone dry and Kataragama that very popular pilgrim resort has to be supplied with water by bowsers'
Menik Ganga drought..more

Mi Oya City North Western Province

Mi Oya City North Western Province

North Western Province is a province that consisting districts of Kurunegala and Puttalam formulate North Western or Wayamba. Its capital is Kurunegala, which has a population of 28,571. The province is known mainly for its numerous coconut plantations. Other main towns in this province are ..more

Maduru oya

Maduru oya

Maduru Oya park lies within parts of three districts" namely Polonnaruwa" Badulla and Ampara and this area originally had been waged between the alkies of kings as Vijayabahu I" Parakemabahu I and their rivals'..more

Gin rivers

Gin rivers

The Gin River (also known as Gin Ganga locally in Sinhala), is a 115.9 km (72 mi) long river situated in Galle District of Sri Lanka. Its water source arrives from the Gongala Mountains..more

Kelani rivers

Kelani rivers

Kelani Ganga is not the largest river of Sri Lanka, but one of the most important. It covers 80 percent of the water supply to Colombo. In addition, it is used for hydropower ..more