An iserendip recounting and illustration of the witty folktales of the infamous court jester ‘Andare’
Ruth a beautiful young book shop clerk from England rushes into a spontaneous love marriage, thrilled by the prospect of a life in wild Ceylon with plantation owner John.
Of course I had heard of the band and some of their music does sound familiar heard somewhere in the background, but I had never been a conscious listener until now. Their music and videos of the 80’s are quite trippy and psychedelic.
Sharing my dabbles in a bit of homemade medicinal treatments. The belief in them comes through being time tested across many generations.
The full moon day is observed in the Theravada form of Buddhism, and hails from the time of the Buddha’s life.
Where are entrance ways magnified unlike any other? Somewhere they are protectively stationed to proclaim the power and majesty of the faith and the religious fervour within.
There’s a little island in the world where the full moon is so spiritually significant that its monthly occurrence is celebrated as a national holiday. Can you guess which country it is?
Sinhalese language completely unique to the world has some wondrous phrases rich in culture wisdom and wit.
iseredip photography illustrations for Richard Burton’s (1885) Thousand Nights and a Night – The Sixth Voyage of Sinbad the Seaman.
“What mysteries do the infinite heavens hold? What secrets can it reveal? It’s been a silent witness to our past; can it also foretell our future?”