Army builds a 'Vesak' Pandol in New Delhi
[May 16 2017]
With the view of promoting the existing spiritual and
cultural bond between Sri Lanka and India, Sri Lanka Army's Corps of
Engineer Services (CES) built and displayed the first ever 'Vesak'
Pandol in New Delhi recently (15th Monday, May 2017), states the army
Following an initiative of Ms. Chitranganee Wagiswara,
High Commissioner for Sri Lanka in India, 'Vesak' Pandol in New Delhi
was built to commemorate the Birth, Enlightenment and Parrinibbana of
the Buddha. 200 Vesak lanterns were also displayed at the venue to add
colour to the occasion.
Army team, comprised with 01 Officer and 15 Other
Rankers of the CES flew to India on 2 May for the construction process.
Sri Lanka Navy ferried the required materials and equipment to India.
The 40 feet height Vesak Pandol is depicting the 'Angulimala'
Jathaka story with Hindi language.