Traditional dances in Sri Lanka have an optional school course where they are taught and practiced.
When they were very young, they learned to dance the most famous dances, such as those of Kandy, and others less known but no less important, such as those they do in honor of the rice harvest or the arrival of the rains.
Legend has it that the Kandian dance was born 2500 years ago, following the release of a king from a spell. Initially the dances were reserved for men.
Then the practice also extended to women.
These dances take place once a year, during the night, and last from 7 to 10 minutes.
Udarata traditional style of very ancient origin, originally from the Kandy area.
Sri Lanka is indeed the perfect place for children and for people who like animals and nature.
This country is incredibly green.
It is impossible not to find elephant herds on safari or even on the same road traveling.
It is also very easy to see leopards, macaques and other types of monkeys, giant squirrels, jackals, etc. etc
Furthermore, walking with children and adults through the Peradeniya Botanical Garden is a delight. Along with the giant trees and millions of plants, we will also find monkeys and other animals in this immense place.