On the 2nd of April, 2016 in KSMU was held the concert dedicated to Sri Lankan Cultural Day.
The vice-rector of Scientific Work and Innovations, Doctor of Medicine P.V. Tkachenko greeted the guests and wished success to all the participants of the event.
Among the visitors there were also the Rectorate Advisor Shahine M.T., vice-deans of the International Faculty, employees of the Administration for International Relations.
The Sri Lankan students gave the guests an unique opportunity to get closer to one of the most ancient cultures – Sri Lankan culture which has been developing more than 2500 years already and combines Sinhalese, Tamil, Muslim and European customs and traditions.
Traditionally the concert was opened with the national Sri Lankan dances which enchanted the audience with their beauty, brightness and ring of the costumes.
In the program there were presented the items performed together by Brazilian, Malaysian, Indian and Nigerian students. Especially foreign students were pleased by the item of the Russian folk dance ensemble “Yablonika”.
At the close of the event all those who wished could take pictures on the background of unusual decorations, which the Sri Lankan students had made