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Sri Lanka is an island of the Indian subcontinent, shaped like a teardrop falling from the southern end of India, situated between longitudes 79º 42'E and 81º 52'E and latitudes 5º 55'N and 9º 50'N. It is 433km long from north to south and only 224km at its widest. Its area of 65,610sq km is about the same size as Ireland.
The Geographer Ptolemy called it 'Taprobanam'. It was the north Indian prince 'Vijaya' who first settle down in the island and established the Sinhalese kingdom in the 6th century BC, However the earliest recorded civilization dates back to 4thc. BC and many centuries after the island encountered with the traders and colonizers.
The Greeks called it 'Taprobane', 'Serendib' by Arabs, the Portuguese- Seylao, the Dutch - Ceilon and Eventually to Ceylon by British until the independence of the country. Since then, the country's culture being enriched by a rich diversity and today with a population of nearly 21 million, the people of the country belong to different ethnicities and faiths.
The Sinhalese are constitute about 74% of population who are Buddhists, Tamils are 18% of population mainly Hindus, Moors 7% of population who follow Islam, and sharply declining number about 1% of population are Burghers descended from the Portuguese ,Dutch and British ancestry who are Christians. Sinhala and Tamil are official languages in Sri Lanka but English widely spoken and understood, places names and sign boards are usually in all three languages.