DIMO presents the former Sri Lanka in the 2022 calendar – Other

DIMO presented the 2022 corporate calendar outlining some of Sri Lanka’s most historic and significant achievements. As a way to be proud, while remembering the country’s rich and vibrant past, the DIMO 2022 Corporate Calendar is an illustrated recreation of some of the old
moments of glory.

The theme of the year 2022 is “Pride of a Nation”, showcasing the turning point in Sri Lanka’s history and parts of the lost historical wonders, war heroes, world class milestones in the economy, massive constructions, peaks in education, golden eras of literature and the strength of unity found during the hard times that made Sri Lanka a great nation.

True to its aim of fueling dreams and aspirations, DIMO aims to showcase Sri Lanka’s rich heritage, which spans thousands of years like a jeweled tapestry, serving as proof of a country highly sophisticated and cultured. From awe-inspiring technological marvels to trading with countries around the world while nurturing its own culture, ancient Sri Lanka was inimitably unique.

“We seek to bring these rich and unknown historical events to the public and recreate history by bringing these moments to life,” said DIMO Chairman/CEO Ranjith Pandithage when releasing the 2022 corporate calendar. by DIMO.

Pictorial representations of DIMO’s 2022 corporate calendar include King Kashyapa and the Lion Gate of Sigiriya (great sculpture and art tradition), Mahathota (Ma-Thota), the natural harbor of Mannar, King Mahasen and the construction of Weva (Great Irrigation Works), King Parakramabahu I and the Naval Force (Seafaring in Ancient Sri Lanka), Mathula Alu Lena – writing the Tripitaka (Scholarly Work) and many other historical and significant achievements in Sri Lanka.

DIMO’s 2022 corporate calendar is illustrated by Prasanna Weerakkody, a leading Sri Lankan artist specializing in the reconstruction of Sri Lankan history and ancient ways of life. As an ardent student of history, his work is widely accepted as highly accurate depictions of early Sri Lankan ways of life.

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