Mingling waters of the mighty sea in and around Bentota whispers ~ and still whispers ~ wanting whole world to know the prowess of Southern Sri Lanka, the mightiest section of the island nation, having in her fold the people mighty, people having a history of fighting for rights and freedom, sons of the soil having the pious living to propagate Buddhism inter-alia other religions to bring solace in the mundane world and the world beyond. The scenic beauty further attaches fringes of greenery of the East, making un-dottable lines to capture the grandeur, and lush greenery replete with vegetation, making ‘Mother Sri Lanka’ a worthy ‘Mother of Bounty’. In the same fertile scenario springs the story worth repeating often and often.


Sri Lanka has a rich agricultural history dating back more than 2500 years. Every inch of soil being fertile, the tropical island is endowed with not only lush greenery and colourful flora, but also many cultured cultivations grown to perfection. Being one of the many plantations in the island, Sri Lankan rubber has a unique historic story as to how it was first introduced and has now become a thriving industry.

The first germinated seedlings of Have a brasiliensis were introduced to Sri Lanka in late 1870s, and it has now gained much popularity as one of the most prominent plantations in Sri Lanka. For centuries, Rubber cultivation in the island nation was not just an economic activity but a way of life that shaped the society, culture and economy. The sustainable and organic agricultural practices of both the near past and the ancient people of Sri Lanka, exemplify the interconnectedness of nature and human life. Furthermore, it demonstrates our ability to survive and thrive harmoniously alongside nature.

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