Waterpower in Sri Lanka: Natural and Tamed

Thiru Arumugam’s Camerawork in THE CEYLANKAN, 25/3, August 2022


 St. Clair Falls


Victoria Dam







Huluganga Waterfall



Randenigala Dam




Kotmale Dam 



Upper Huluganga Hydro Engineering Works       


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One response to “Waterpower in Sri Lanka: Natural and Tamed

  1. Chandra Maliyadde

    Manmade Voter power is more powerful in Sri Lanka than natural water power.

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