El envío de dinero de AUSTRALIA a SRI LANKA.
· Convertise en un corredor de divisas con trade12 ofrecemos tesas de comisión superior y ofcourse exceptional servicio al clientedepoffertjeskoning.tkom/es/partners/introducing-brokers. LKR to USD currency converter. Get live exchange rates for Sri Lanka Rupee to United States Dollar. Use XE's free calculator to convert foreign currencies and precious depoffertjeskoning.tk://depoffertjeskoning.tk?From=LKR&To=USD.
Los billetes denominados lanka libras siguieron circulando hasta junto conversor la rupia. Posteriormente rupia los billetes del Tesoro fueron retirados de la circulación. El 18 de junio de la rupia india se estableció formalmente como la conversor de curso legal.
Divisas 23 de agosto srila rupia se lanka. Enla cantidad de plata empleada se redujo de a milésimas. Sri latón sustituyó al níquel en las monedas de 5 céntimos el mismo año divisas se sustituyó la plata de las rupia de 25 y binarni opce taktiky céntimos en Las monedas acuñadas fueron de 1 y 2 céntimos de aluminio, lanka y 10 céntimos de latón, y 25, 50 céntimos y 1 rupia de cuproníquel. Enel conversor sustituyó al cuproníquel de las monedas divisas 5 y 10 céntimos.
En fueron agregadas al cono monetario monedas con la denominación de 10 rupias, compuestas de acero revestido en níquel. En se introdujeron emisiones de emergencia de 5, 10, 25 y 50 rupia que duraron hasta Los billetes de 1 rupia divisas sustituidos por monedas en Desdelos billetes conversor emite el Sri Central de Forex trading hrvatska Lanka. Colonial plantations were dismantled, industries were nationalised and a welfare state established.
In the Free market economy was introduced to the country, incorporating privatisation , deregulation and the promotion of private enterprise. While the production and export of tea, rubber, coffee, sugar and other commodities remain important, industrialisation has increased the importance of food processing , textiles , telecommunications and finance.
The country's main economic sectors are tourism , tea export , clothing , rice production and other agricultural products. In addition to these economic sectors, overseas employment, especially in the Middle East , contributes substantially in foreign exchange.
The per capita income of Sri Lanka has doubled since The Global Competitiveness Report , published by the World Economic Forum , has described Sri Lanka's economy as transitioning from the factor-driven stage to the efficiency-driven stage, and that it ranks 52nd in global competitiveness. Sri Lanka ranks 8th in the World Giving Index , registering high levels of contentment and charitable behaviour in its society.
Sri Lanka's road network consists of 35 A grade highways and two Controlled-access highways E01 and E The port at Trincomalee is the fifth largest natural harbour in the world: Sri Lanka's flag carrier airline is SriLankan Airlines.
With a grant of 20 million dollars from the US and help from China, a space academy has been set up for the purpose of developing an indigenous space sector to launch satellites of other nations as well as of Sri Lanka. This dual use of launching technology will also serve to develop missile technology.
On 26 September China launched Sri Lanka's first satellite, with plans for more launches in the coming years. Since early , domestic debt increased by 12 percent and external debt by 25 percent. The agency's evaluation for the first tranche was cautiously optimistic about the future.
Under the program Sri Lankan government implemented a new Inland Revenue Act and an automatic fuel pricing formula which were noted by the IMF in its fourth review.
Sri Lanka is the 58th most populated nation in the world,  with roughly 21,, people, and an annual population growth rate of 1. Sri Lanka has a birth rate of Sinhalese constitute the largest ethnic group in the country, with Sri Lankan Tamils are the second major ethnic group in the island, with a percentage of Sri Lankan Moors comprise 9. Tamils of Indian origin were brought into the country as indentured labourers by British colonists to work on estate plantations.
There are also small ethnic groups such as the Burghers of mixed European descent and Malays from Southeast Asia. Moreover, there is a small population of Vedda people who are believed to be the original indigenous group to inhabit the island. Sinhalese and Tamil are the two official languages of Sri Lanka. English is widely used for education, scientific and commercial purposes.
Members of the Burgher community speak variant forms of Portuguese Creole and Dutch with varying proficiency, while members of the Malay community speak a form of Creole Malay that is unique to the island. Sri Lanka is a multi-religious country.
Buddhists comprise 70 percent of the population,  with the Theravada school being predominant. Sri Lanka has the longest continuous history of Buddhism of any predominantly Buddhist nation,  with the Sangha having existed in a largely unbroken lineage since its introduction in the 2nd century BCE. During periods of decline, the Sri Lankan monastic lineage was revived through contact with Thailand and Burma. Hinduism is the second most prevalent religion in Sri Lanka and predates Buddhism.
Islam is the third most dominant religion in the country, having first been brought to the island by Arab traders over the course of many centuries, starting around the 7th century CE. Most Muslims are Sunni who follow the Shafi'i school. Christianity reached the country through Western colonists in the early 16th century.
The remaining Christians are evenly split between the Anglican Church of Ceylon and other Protestant denominations.
There is also a small population of Zoroastrian immigrants from India Parsis who settled in Ceylon during the period of British rule,  but this community has steadily dwindled in recent years. The Buddhist majority observe Poya Days each month according to the Lunar calendar , and Hindus and Muslims also observe their own holidays. Sri Lankans have a life expectancy of The universal "pro-poor"  health care system adopted by the country has contributed much towards these figures.
Sri Lanka ranks first among southeast Asian countries with respect to commitment of suicide , with 33 deaths per , persons. According to Department of Census and Statistics , poverty, destructive pastimes and inability to cope up with stressful situations, are the main causes behind the high suicide rates.
With a literacy rate of The free education system established in ,  is a result of the initiative of C. Kannangara led the establishment of the Madhya Maha Vidyalayas Central Schools in different parts of the country in order to provide education to Sri Lanka's rural children. However, in the s changes to this system saw the separation of the administration of schools between the central government and the provincial government.
Thus the elite National Schools are controlled directly by the Ministry of Education and the provincial schools by the provincial government. Sri Lanka has approximately government schools, private schools and Pirivenas. Sri Lanka has 15 public universities. The British science fiction author Arthur C. Sri Lanka has an extensive road network for inland transportation. E-grade highways are the latest addition to Sri Lanka's road network.
A and B grade roads are national arterial highways administered by Road Development Authority. The other roads are local roads falling under local government authorities. The rail network of Sri Lanka consists of main lines, coastal lines, and up-country lines.
The Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation formerly Radio Ceylon is the oldest-running radio station in Asia,  established in by Edward Harper just three years after broadcasting began in Europe. Since the s, a large number of private radio stations have also been introduced. Broadcast television was introduced to the country in when the Independent Television Network was launched.
Initially, all Television stations were state-controlled, but private television networks began broadcasts in As of [update] , 51 newspapers 30 Sinhala, 10 Tamil, 11 English are published and 34 TV stations and 52 radio stations are in operation. Officially, the constitution of Sri Lanka guarantees human rights as ratified by the United Nations.
A report by an advisory panel to the UN secretary-general has accused both the LTTE and the Sri Lankan government of alleged war crimes during final stages of the civil war. The UN Human Rights Council has documented over 12, named individuals who have undergone disappearance after detention by security forces in Sri Lanka, the second highest figure in the world since the Working Group came into being in Allegations of human rights abuses have not ended with the close of the ethnic conflict.
After her visit, she said: She also said that, while in Sri Lanka, she had been allowed to go wherever she wanted, but that Sri Lankans who came to meet her were harassed and intimidated by security forces. In , the UK charity Freedom from Torture reported that it had received referrals of torture survivors from Sri Lanka for clinical treatment or other services provided by the charity.
In the same year, Freedom from Torture published Out of the Silence , which documents evidence of torture in Sri Lanka and demonstrates that the practice has continued long after the end of the civil war in May The culture of Sri Lanka dates back over years.
In more recent times, the British colonial culture has also influenced the locals. Sri Lanka claims a democratic tradition matched by few other developing countries. The first Tamil immigration was probably around the 3rd century BC. The rich cultural traditions shared by all Sri Lankan cultures is the basis of the country's long life expectancy, advanced health standards and high literacy rate.
Dishes include rice and curry, pittu , kiribath , wholemeal roti , string hoppers , wattalapam a rich pudding of Malay origin made of coconut milk , jaggery, cashew nuts , eggs, and spices including cinnamon and nutmeg , kottu , and hoppers. Traditionally food is served on a plantain leaf or lotus leaf. Middle Eastern influences and practices are found in traditional Moor dishes, while Dutch and Portuguese influences are found with the island's Burgher community preserving their culture through traditional dishes such as Lamprais rice cooked in stock and baked in a banana leaf , Breudher Dutch Holiday Biscuit , and Bolo Fiado Portuguese-style layer cake.
Christians celebrate Christmas on 25 December to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and Easter to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. The movie Kadawunu Poronduwa The broken promise , produced by S. Ranmuthu Duwa Island of treasures, marked the transition cinema from black-and-white to colour. It in the recent years has featured subjects such as family melodrama , social transformation and the years of conflict between the military and the LTTE.
In , movie attendance rose to an all-time high, but has been in steady decline since then. An influential filmmaker is Lester James Peiris , who has directed a number of movies which led to global acclaim, including Rekava Line of destiny, , Gamperaliya The changing village, , Nidhanaya The treasure, and Golu Hadawatha Cold heart, His work is published in Sinhalese and English. Similarly, naturalized - Canadian Michael Ondaatje , is well known for his English-language novels and three films.
The earliest music in Sri Lanka came from theatrical performances such as Kolam , Sokari and Nadagam. The first music album, Nurthi , recorded in , was released through Radio Ceylon founded in There are three main styles of Sri Lankan classical dance. They are, the Kandyan dances , low country dances and Sabaragamuwa dances. Of these, the Kandyan style, which flourished under kings of the Kingdom of Kandy , is more prominent. It is a sophisticated form of dance,  that consists of five sub-categories: Ves dance , Naiyandi dance , Udekki dance , Pantheru dance and 18 Vannam.
The history of Sri Lankan painting and sculpture can be traced as far back as to the 2nd or 3rd century BC. The chronicles have description of various paintings in relic-chambers of Buddhist stupas, and in monastic residence. Theatre moved into the country when a Parsi theatre company from Mumbai introduced Nurti , a blend of European and Indian theatrical conventions to the Colombo audience in the 19th century.
Sri Lankan literature spans at least two millennia, and is heir to the Aryan literary tradition as embodied in the hymns of the Rigveda. According to the German philosopher Wilhelm Geiger , the chronicles are based on Sinhala Atthakatha commentary , that dates few more centuries back. Martin Wickramasinghe , the author of Madol Doova is considered the iconic figure of Sri Lankan literature.
While the national sport in Sri Lanka is volleyball , by far the most popular sport in the country is cricket. Sri Lanka's schools and colleges regularly organise sports and athletics teams, competing on provincial and national levels.
The Sri Lanka national cricket team achieved considerable success beginning in the s, rising from underdog status to winning the Cricket World Cup. Former Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has been rated as the greatest Test match bowler ever by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack ,  and four Sri Lankan cricketers ranked 2nd Sangakkara , 4th Jayasuriya , 5th Jayawardene and 11th Dilshan highest ODI run scorers of all time, which is the best by a team.
Sri Lanka has won the Asia Cup in ,  ,  ,   and Sri Lankans have won two medals at Olympic Games , one silver, by Duncan White at London Olympics for men's metres hurdles  and one silver by Susanthika Jayasinghe at Sydney Olympics for women's metres. Aquatic sports such as boating, surfing, swimming, kitesurfing  and scuba diving on the coast, the beaches and backwaters attract a large number of Sri Lankans and foreign tourists.
There are two styles of martial arts native to Sri Lanka, Cheena di and Angampora. Edit this page Read in another language Sri Lanka. For other uses, see Ceylon disambiguation. Names of Sri Lanka. History of Sri Lanka. Prehistory of Sri Lanka.
Polonnaruwa period and Transitional period of Sri Lanka. Portuguese Ceylon and Dutch Ceylon. Geography of Sri Lanka. Politics of Sri Lanka. Administrative divisions of Sri Lanka. Economy of Sri Lanka. Demographics of Sri Lanka. Languages of Sri Lanka. Religion in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka religiosity Pew Research  religion percent Buddhist. List of cities in Sri Lanka.
Health in Sri Lanka. Education in Sri Lanka. Transport in Sri Lanka. Culture of Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan cuisine and Festivals in Sri Lanka. Sport in Sri Lanka. Department of Census and Statistics — Sri Lanka. Archived from the original PDF on 6 December Retrieved 15 July Retrieved 20 May United Nations Development Programme. Retrieved 12 August Urbanization and sustainability in Asia: A Complete Guide to Beliefs and Practices.
Sri Lanka and the silk road of the sea. Retrieved 14 August Retrieved on 18 November Retrieved 29 October The story of the Sinhalese from the most ancient times up to the end of "the Mahavansa" or Great dynasty. Encyclopedia of the world's minorities.
Archived from the original on 27 October Archived from the original on 22 April Archived from the original on 31 May International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences.
Congress Proceedings — Forli, 8—14 September Biological anthropology of upper Pleistocene hominids from Sri Lanka: Batadomba Lena and Beli Lena caves. The Prehistory of Sri Lanka. Department of Archaeological Survey. Ramayana at a Glance. Archived from the original on 3 November Retrieved 20 October Archived from the original on 7 January In Buswell, Robert E. Macmillan Encyclopedia of Buddhism. Overlooked aspect of heritage that needs a revival of interest". Archived from the original on 15 July Archived from the original on 8 August City, Palace, and Royal Gardens.
The Bisokotuwa sluice" PDF. Archived from the original PDF on 21 September Retrieved 26 November The commentator to the Mahavamsa says that Bhatika Abhaya, in the course of his lavish offerings to the Mahathupa, 'sent to the country of Romanukha across the sea and got down red coral and had a perfect net of coral made, suitable to be cast over, the chetiya.
Sri Lankan Ethnic Crisis: Parakramabahu 1 further extended the system to the highest resplendent peak of hydraulic civilization of the country's history. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Sri Lankan banknotes are unusual in that they are printed vertically on the reverse. In , a rupee note was issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of independence — This is the first polymer banknote issued in Sri Lanka, and it was printed by Note Printing Australia.
Portraits of former Sri Lankan prime ministers and former president Mahinda Rajapaksa have graced the fronts of Sri Lankan bank notes, while the backs have featured Sri Lankan fauna and flora, Sri Lankan landscapes and industries, and images depicting Sri Lankan culture, history, and achievements.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sri Lankan commemorative coins. Banknotes of the Sri Lankan rupee and Sri Lankan commemorative notes. Standard Catalog of World Coins: Standard Catalog of World Paper Money: Bruce II and Neil Shafer editors 7th ed.
Historical currencies of Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan currency and coinage. Kahapana Ceylonese rixdollar Pound sterling Rs. Outline Index Bibliography Timeline Years Book Category Portal WikiProject. Currencies named rupee or similar. History of the rupee Nepalese mohar. Retrieved from " https: Use dmy dates from June Articles with Sinhalese-language external links Articles with Tamil-language external links Articles containing Sinhalese-language text Articles containing Tamil-language text Articles with German-language external links Articles containing Hindi-language text Articles containing Dhivehi-language text Articles containing French-language text Articles containing Nepali-language text Articles containing Urdu-language text Articles containing Seselwa Creole French-language text Articles containing Arabic-language text Articles containing Marathi-language text Articles containing Telugu-language text Articles containing Japanese-language text.
Beerstraat, 23 Meerhout Tel: Banco Central conversor Sri Lanka.
In , devaluation prompted aluminum to be the replacement of nickel-brass in the 5 and 10 cents, while shortly after 1 and 2 cents were discontinued. A report by an advisory panel to the UN secretary-general has accused both the LTTE and the Sri Lankan government of alleged war crimes during final stages of the civil war.