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Continuous Genocides of Hindu Tamils in a fatal Sinhala slaughter house in Sri Lanka.

  • It is estimated that 2500 Hindu temples and 400 churches have been destroyed. The Sinhala forces do not permit the people to reconstruct these worship places and many are in a dilapidated state.
  • Military camps and Sinhala soldiers are a common sight in Tamil areas. Out of a total land mass of 65,619 sq km, the Tamils inhabited 18,880 sq km of land in the north and east, but after May 2009, the defence forces have occupied more than 7,000 sq km of Tamil land.
  • Tamils , Mostly Hindu Shaivaites underwent severe hardship and sufferings from year 1956, 1958, 1977,1983 GENOCIDE OF TAMILS, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2009 GENOCIDE OF TAMILS MORE THAN 200,000  Killed & Missing. A rich and erudite Tamil Hindu Culture and people are facing severe Ethnic Cleansing in Sri Lanka.
  • Hindus in this planet can’t keep mum for such a persecutions upon them in the KILLING FIELD IN SINHALA (Sri Lanka) even beside the questions over Tamil insurgency and LTTE etc. Human Rights are grossly violated in SL as per amnesty procedures.

Erasing the cultural leftover of Tamils to convert Sri Lanka into Sinhala country

By A Correspondent || The Weeken Leader || Colombo25 Aug 2011.

Travelling through the Tamil areas in North Sri Lanka, one is shocked to see the changing demography of the land. A land that was once inhabited by Tamils and a land that had a distinct flavor of Tamil culture and heritage is now in the grip of Sinhalese hegemony, seen in the form of Buddhist statues, viharas and stupas dotting the landscape that is also lined by broken Tamil homes and newly built shanties of Tamil refugees.

[PIC. A recently constructed Buddhist stupa at Kanagarayankulam.]

Sinhala and Sinhalisation are now the watch words in the predominantly Tamil areas of North Sri Lanka. Starting from Vavuniya, the change is perceptible as one enters the Tamil heartland. 

All those entering into the north have to pass through Omanthai – which has been given a Sinhalese sounding name, ‘Omantha’ – check point on A9 national highway. At this place where more than 90 per cent of the travelers are Tamil speakers, one needs to go with a person knowing Sinhala to answer the queries from the Sinhalese soldiers.

Throughout our travel into the Tamil hinterland, we could sense an air of Sinhalese triumphalism.

Military camps and Sinhala soldiers are a common sight in Tamil areas. Out of a total land mass of 65,619 sq km, the Tamils inhabited 18,880 sq km of land in the north and east, but after May 2009, the defence forces have occupied more than 7,000 sq km of Tamil land.

It is estimated that 2500 temples and 400 churches have been destroyed. The Sinhala forces do not permit the people to reconstruct these worship places and many are in a dilapidated state.

On the other hand, even though the only Buddhists who are to be found here are the Sinhalese soldiers, nearly 2500 Buddhist stupas and statues have come up in Tamil areas in the last couple of years, according to the locals.

[PIC. A huge Buddha statue at Kilinochchi, the erstwhile capital of Tamil rebels.]


A Buddhist Vihara named Mahatota Raja Maha Vihara has come up within 50 meters of the famous Thirukethiswaram temple in Mannar district. The ancient name for Thirukethiswaram area was Mahathottam.

The government has been making a big hype about a so-called development programme in Tamil areas called Vadakin Vasantham (Uthuru Wasanthaya or Northern Springs).

Infrastructure development, electricity, water supply and sanitation, agriculture, irrigation, livestock development, inland fisheries, health, solid waste disposal, education, sports, cultural affairs and transportation are some of the areas that they claim will be covered under this program.

However, the real beneficiaries of this scheme are not going to be Tamils but Sinhala jobless youth, who would be employed in the projects that have been handed to Sinhala contractors.

The defence forces will be the ones who will be utilizing the newly developed infrastructure as a major chunk of the funds will be allocated towards road development to facilitate easy troop movement.

[PIC. A Sinhala-only signboard at an important junction in Puthukudyiruppu.]


In Cheddikulam a housing scheme for Sinhala returnees is underway. One would have welcomed it if it was the same 13 displaced families that were to return. Instead, some 75 new Sinhala families are being relocated in the area.

Already 165 Sinhala families have been resettled in Kokkachchaankulam, which is to be renamed Kalabowasewa.

A grand new Sinhala medium school for new returnees has come up on Madhu road, whereas hundreds of schools for Tamil kids in the vicinity are in a state of disarray.

According to locals, forest wealth in the Tamil areas is looted by the Sinhalese from the south who enter the forest with permission of the armed forces for timber logging.

People also complain that Sinhala Buddhist archaeologists are engaged in nefarious activities of Sinhalization. They are said to be visiting Tamil areas and ‘excavating’ Buddha statues that they themselves plant earlier. The purpose of this exercise is allegedly to claim that the territory in question had been a Sinhala Buddhist area.

Where there were only a few old Sinhala sign boards pointing directions and mentioning names of places, today one is dumbstruck at the sheer number of new Sinhala name/direction boards in the Tamil areas.

[PIC. A Sri Lankan defence outpost in Puthukudyiruppu  with name board in Sinhalese and English.]


In Mullaithivu and many other places in the north, Tamils are not allowed to enter the sea, while their Sinhala counterparts from the south are allowed to fish in their areas.

Locals say that all petitions to government services and establishments have to be given in Sinhala only since 2009.

In the heart of Kilinochchi town, the erstwhile administrative capital of Tamil rebels, streets sport Sinhalese names such as Mahinda Rajapaksa Mawatha, and Aluth mawatte (The new road).

Three roads close to the A9 highway in Kanakarayankulam have been given Sinhala names – Kosala Perera road, Anura Perera road, and Rev Yatiravana Vimala Thero Street. The first two names are those of soldiers who took part in the war and the last one is the name of a Buddhist monk.

Where will this all lead to? Only time will tell. ???


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Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields

3 comments on “Continuous Genocides of Hindu Tamils in a fatal Sinhala slaughter house in Sri Lanka.

  1. Kumarathasan Rasingam
    August 26, 2011

    Hon. Jyotish Parekh – President, Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America
    Hon. Dr. Abhaya Asthana – General Secretary, Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America
    Hon. Sanjay Mehta – Joint Secretary, Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America
    Hon. Gaurang G Vaishnav – Executive Vice President, VHP
    Hon. Upananda Brahmachari – Editor, Hindu Existence

    cc: Hindu Organizations, India, Canada.

    Your Excellencies;

    I am very deeply worried about the plight of the Hindu Tamils in Sri Lanka. It is time for the entire Hindu Organizations around the world to find a solution to the Hindu Tamils in Sri Lanka. Since Independence from the British in 1948 Tamils are treated as fourth class citizens. It is time for the Tamils in North & East to get back their lost freedom. Before the British capture the North & East of Sri Lanka [before called CEYLON] there was Tamil Hindu Kingdoms ruled by Hindu Kings. I most earnestly request you all to urge for a Free Independent nation to the Tamils in the North & East of Sri Lanka.

    Thank you,

    Yours Respectfully,

    Kumarathasan Rasingam
    10 – 1790 Finch Avenue East
    Pickering, Ontario
    L1V 0A1


  2. Kumarathasan Rasingam
    September 8, 2011

    September 07, 2011

    Honourable L. K. Advani – Former Deputy Prime Minister of India and Leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of India
    Honourable Nitin Gadkari – National Leader and President of the BJP
    Honourable Murali Manohar Joshi – National Leader of BJP
    Honourable Jaswant Sinha – National Leader of BJP

    cc: Chief Minister of Tamilnadu, Chief Minister of West Bengal, Chief Minister of UP
    H. E. High Commissioner of India to Canada, Spain, Germany, Austria, Sweden, & UK

    Dear Sirs,


    It is high time for the Indian Political Parties, media and the people of India to realize the endless sufferings of the HINDU TAMILS
    in the North and East [Tamileelam] of Sri Lanka. Kindly take some time to read the articles, links regarding the failing policy of the Indian National congress Party under the leadership of Madam Sonia Gandhi. I most earnestly request your party to raise this issue in the Lok Sabah, Rajya Sabah and pass a resolution calling for an INDEPENDENT INTERNATIONAL INVESTIGATION IN TO THE GENOCIDE OF HINDU TAMILS. There are enough evidences of Genocide, war crimes, rapes against the Hindu Tamils in Sri Lanka.
    It is time for the Hindus all over the world to find justice to the Hindu Tamils in North & East [Tamileelam] of Sri lanka.

    Yours Respectfully

    Kumarathasan Rasingam
    10 – 1790 finch Avenue East
    Pickering, Ontario
    L1V 0A1
    India needs foundational policy change if past is catalogue of failures

    [TamilNet, Wednesday, 07 September 2011, 05:46 GMT]
    “The need of the hour is for India to undertake a thorough reappraisal of its Sri Lanka policy and make the necessary changes so that it is in consonance with the traditions of Nehru-Indira Gandhi years. The international community will be watching how India will react to the situation in the UN Human Rights Council and the UN General Assembly when the matter [Sri Lanka’s war crimes] comes up for discussion, writes V. Suryanarayan and Ashik Bonofer in Tuesday’s paper of SAAG. The paper catalogues Nehru-Indira Gandhi era interventions in protecting Tamils from pogroms, criticises India’s failure in protecting Tamil civilians in 2009 and argues for a policy change. Tamil politicians commented that the change should be foundational if piecemeal interventions proved a catalogue of failures and the writers treating a nation, as “Tamil minority groups in Sri Lanka” won’t help such a change.

    “A change in India’s policy would have been welcomed by the international community, especially the Tamil minority groups in Sri Lanka and 70 million Tamils in Tamil Nadu,” the guest column article appeared in the South Asia Analysis Group (SAAG) website said.

    “The Indian hands are tainted with the blood of the innocents because we were unwittingly accomplices in the heinous crime,” the article lamented, adding that one of the writers, Prof. Suryanarayan, during the Vanni War “used to plead that the Government of India should get in touch with the United Nations and members of the European Union and suggest that those innocent people who were trapped between the Sinhalese Lions and the Tamil Tigers should be immediately evacuated from the war zones and shifted to safe areas. Unfortunately his voice was a voice in the wilderness.”

    The article listed how between 1958 and 1983 the Indian diplomats used to intervene in protecting Tamils. The paper also narrated how Indira Gandhi and Jayaprakash Narayan travelled extensively in the world to campaign for international intervention in the case of Bangladesh liberation.
    No foreign affairs without consulting states: India’s new foreign secretary

    [TamilNet, Tuesday, 06 September 2011, 17:44 GMT]
    “In our federal system, nothing is done and nothing will be done without the consultation of the State government,” India’s new Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai was cited saying on the issue of India and Bangladesh sharing the waters of Teesta River. No agreement on sharing the waters could be reached without West Bengal’s consent, the Foreign Secretary told media in New Delhi on Monday. People of Tamil Nadu should take a special note of the consistent disparity in New Delhi’s treatment between the issues of Bengalis and Tamils. Demanded by West Bengal, India liberated Bangladesh, but acting completely opposite to the wishes of the people of Tamil Nadu, India contributed to genocide of Eezham Tamils. New Delhi has not acted on any of the resolutions of the State of Tamil Nadu, political circles in Tamil Nadu point out.

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s eleventh-hour opposition to the Teesta River Water Sharing Treaty has stunned diplomats and experts on both sides of the border and threatens to unravel Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s first-ever visit to Bangladesh beginning Tuesday, The Hindu reported on Monday.

    But on the very Tuesday, contrary to Tamil Nadu State Assembly’s resolution on economic sanctions against Sri Lanka, India signed a joint venture and ‘shareholder’ agreement with genocidal Colombo for a power station in Trincomalee in the country of Eezham Tamils.



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