Samudrika Shasthraya hevath Hastha Rekha
Renowned astrologer Danister Ranawaka's first ‘Samudrika Shasthraya
Hevath Hastha Rekha’ gives a comprehensive description on the art of
palm reading and astrology. It is a valuable book for readers who are
interested in studying palmistry and astrology.
The book describes how one's marriage, education, profession and
wealth could be predicted from the lines on the palms. The material for
the book has been collected by the author during his long career as a
palmist and astrologer. In fact, very few books of this nature have been
written in Sinhala.
Therefore, the book will be of use to those who wish to pursue a
career in palmistry and astrology.
According to the book, lines on the palm indicate one's fate. One's
fate is sum total of one's good and bad deeds committed in one's
previous births. The lines also indicate a person's future. By getting
your palm read will help you to avoid misfortunes.
The author advises beginners to study palmistry in depth exercising
patience. They should also treat everybody equally irrespective of their
caste, creed and religion. A palm reader should possess at least a
little knowledge of astrology.
Nandika Beddegama's latest book for children Matara Giant was
This is the story of a big-made man who lived at Ginigasmulla close
to Matara. He was a fisherman who used to carry his boat home under his
The Sinhala translation of the book Matara Yodaya has also been
Mata Landuni Varam Netha
Ajantha Ranasinghe's Sinhala novel Mata Landuni Varam Netha (Latest
edition) was relaunched at Dayawansa Jayakody Bookshop, Colombo 10
It is a Dayawansa Jayakody publication.
Puravidya Chakravarthi Puravidya Paryeshanasuri Ven. Ellawala
Medhananda Thera's Magama Rajadhaniya launched at Dayawansa Jayakody
Bookshop, Colombo 10 recently. It is a Dayawansa Jayakody publication.