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Sinhala and Tamil New Year Celebration Illustration.
Traditional Sri Lankan Avurudu Table with oil lamp in 2021. Sinhalese and Hindu people in Sri Lanka celebrate Avurudu Festival in April every year with homemade sweets.
Traditional Sri Lankan Avurudu Table  oil lamp in 2021. Sinhalese and Hindu people in Sri Lanka celebrate Avurudu Festival in April every year with homemade sweets.
Sinhala and Tamil New Year, Sinhala Aluth Avurudu Foods and Sweets in the table with background, traditional Sri Lankan foods
Sinhala and Tamil New Year Celebration Illustration.
Sri Lanka avurudu celebration, traditional oil lamp, beetle leaves
Sun and Moon for avurudu
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Srilankan traditional sweet called kavun
Aluwa, a Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Buddhists and Hindus of Sri Lanka celebrating Avurudu, New Year's Day, by boiling milk in a new clay pot and allowing it to boil over to bring prosperity.
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Sinhala Aluth Avurudu Foods and Sweets
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Kokis - Top View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Sinhala and Tamil New Year, Sinhala Aluth Avurudu game, onchillawa, kanamutti with background, traditional Sri Lankan celebrations
Asmi, Kokis with Bananas. Sinhala New Year Foods on Table with Traditional Oil Lamp
Temple Illustration for Vesak Sri Lanka
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Sri Lanka Avurudu table, Kavum, Kokis, Oil lamp, Aluva, awurudu celebration, kiribath
Sinhala and Tamil New Year, Sinhala Aluth Avurudu game, onchillawa, kanamutti with background, traditional Sri Lankan celebrations
Sri Lanka Avurudu Celebration, Kavum, Kokis, Oil lamp, Aluva,
A plate of Kokis. Sinhala New Year Foods on Table with Traditional Oil Lamp
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: Buddhists and Hindus of Sri Lanka celebrate Avurudu, New Year's Day, by boiling milk in a new earthen pot and allowing it to boil over to bring prosperity.
Erythrina variegata flowers and asian koel vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year vector.
Kokis on a plate with a plate of blurred milk rice in the background - Side View A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets
Offering a sheaf of betel laves during new year. Traditional sri lankan custom. Betel leaves are one of the key players in Balinese offerings."Sinhala Hindu Aluth Aurudda"
Srilankan new year boiling milk ( kiri ithiraveema )
Kokis mold hanging above the frying pan

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Kokis on a plate with a lit oil lamp in the background - Side View A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets
Konda Kevum Sweets with Bananas. Sinhala New Year Foods  on Table with Traditional Oil Lamp
Mung Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) kept on a basket after frying. A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Sun Vector Illustration
Sri Lanka Avurudu Celebration, Kavum, Kokis, Oil lamp, Aluva, dodol
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: Buddhists and Hindus of Sri Lanka celebrate Avurudu, New Year's Day, by boiling milk in a new earthen pot and allowing it to boil over to bring prosperity.
Kokis and Kokis Mold

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Fried Dough Dessert Rosette with Sea Salt Caramel Sauce / Turkish Demir Tatlisi Iron Dessert From Erzurum.
Aluwa, a Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets
Erythrina variegata flowers and sun vector illustration. The dawn of the Sinhalese & Tamil New Year vector.
Kokis on a plate - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
A Kokis mold submerged in frying pan

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kokis on a plate - Macro Focused View -
 A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kokis on a plate - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kokis on a plate - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food Kavum Oil Cake
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: Buddhists and Hindus of Sri Lanka celebrate Avurudu, New Year's Day, by boiling milk in a new earthen pot and allowing it to boil over to bring prosperity.
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: Buddhists and Hindus of Sri Lanka celebrate Avurudu, New Year's Day, by boiling milk in a new earthen pot and allowing it to boil over to bring prosperity.

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"Polgahawela,Sri Lanka-April 12 of 2019:Making of Sri Lankan cookies or rosette cookies (Kokis) at a village house which is crispy and sugar free Sri Lankan food made from rice flour and coconut milk"
"Polgahawela,Sri Lanka-April 12 of 2019:Making of Sri Lankan cookies or rosette cookies (Kokis) at a village house which is crispy and sugar free Sri Lankan food made from rice flour and coconut milk"
Kokis on a plate - Side View A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Green Gram Milk Rice (Mung Kiribath), a Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food, kept on a Banana Leaf
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Sri lankan traditional festive food called Kokis on a plate
Sri lankan traditional festive food called Kokis on a plate
Sri lankan traditional festive food called Kokis on a plate
Sri Lankan Sweets Crunchy Kokis
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) - Arranged on an Areca Nut Leaf - Side View Close up

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kokis - Top View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kokis on a plate - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Offering a sheaf of betel laves during new year. Traditional sri lankan custom. Betel leaves are one of the key players in Balinese offerings.
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Sun Vector Illustration
Piece of Mung Ata Kawum (Green Gram Kawum) dipped in Flour batter. Mung Ata Kawum is a Sinhala and Tamil New Year festive food. Also called as Aluth Avurudu/Avurudhu Festival
Piece of Mung Ata Kawum (Green Gram Kawum) is ready to dip in Flour batter. Mung Ata Kawum is a Sinhala and Tamil New Year festive food. Also called as Aluth Avurudu/Avurudhu Festival
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) put on a basket after frying.

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) - Arranged on an Areca Nut Leaf - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Plate of Milk Rice (Kiribath) along with a lit Oild Lamp, Kokis, Cake & Banana in the background & foreground  - A New Year Festival food in Sri Lanka. Also known as Sinhala & Tamil Avurudhu Sweets
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Kokis mold submerged in prepared flour mixture - A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
A Kokis mold submerged in frying pan A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kiribath, The milk rice is a traditional Sri Lankan food made from rice and coconut milk
Kokis and Kokis Mold

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kokis on a plate - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala  and Tamil New Year Festive Food.

Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Kavum, traditional sweet in Sri Lanka
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Fried Dough Dessert Rosette with Sea Salt Caramel Sauce / Turkish Demir Tatlisi Iron Dessert From Erzurum.
Offering a sheaf of betel laves during new year. Traditional sri lankan custom. Betel leaves are one of the key players in Balinese offerings.
Side view of cashew fruit arranged on a banana leaf
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: The streets of Tangalle, usually very crowded and noisy, are almost deserted and silent on Avurudu Day (New Year's Day).
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: The streets of Tangalle, usually very crowded and noisy, are almost deserted and silent on Avurudu Day (New Year's Day).
Tangalle, Sri Lanka - April 14, 2018: The streets of Tangalle, usually very crowded and noisy, are almost deserted and silent on Avurudu Day (New Year's Day).
Offering a sheaf of betel laves during new year. Traditional sri lankan custom. Betel leaves are one of the key players in Balinese offerings.
Milk Rice (Kiribath), a Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food, kept on a Banana Leaf
" Amaranthus viridis " flower with selective focus and blurred background
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Illustration of Sri Lanka New Year background
Kiribath, The milk rice is a traditional Sri Lankan food made from rice and coconut milk
"Polgahawela,Sri Lanka-April 12 of 2019:Making of Sri Lankan cookies or rosette cookies (Kokis) at a village house which is crispy and sugar free Sri Lankan food made from rice flour and coconut milk"
"Polgahawela,Sri Lanka-April 12 of 2019:Making of Sri Lankan cookies or rosette cookies (Kokis) at a village house which is crispy and sugar free Sri Lankan food made from rice flour and coconut milk"
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) - Arranged on an Areca Nut Leaf - Side View Closeup

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) - Arranged on an Areca Nut Leaf - Top View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) - Arranged on an Areca Nut Leaf - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
Mun Ata Kavum (Green Gram Kavum) - Arranged on an Areca Nut Leaf - Side View

A Sri Lankan Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festive Food. Also known as Sinhala and Tamil Avurudhu/Avurudu Sweets.
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