COLOMBO : A batch of 78 Indian passengers arrived in the country this morning to visit the places mentioned in an ancient legend mentioned in Ramayana.
Other than those mentioned in the Ramayana, these passengers intended to visit Hindu religious sites.
800 such Indian tourists will visit the country in groups over the next six months to see the sights in Sri Lanka.
This program has been organized under the guidance of the Tourism and Lands Minister, Harin Fernando, to develop cooperation between Sri Lanka and India. (T.K.G. Kapila)-DAILY MIRROR
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