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The Sri Lanka Sikhamani (Sri Lanka's precious gem Sinhala: ශ්‍රී ලංකා ශිඛාමනී) is a national honour of Sri Lanka "for service to the nation".[1] It is conventionally used as a title or prefix to the awardee's name. Sri Lanka Sikhamani ranks lower than Kala Keerthi.

AwardeesEdit

Awardees include: [2]

1987
  • Malliya Wadu Karunananda
  • Halpawattage Hector Jeremius Peiris Jayawardene
  • Hettiarachchige Don Sugathapala
1988
  • Kudasingappulige Harry Christopher Gunawardena
  • Nagoda Vithanage Franklin Nagaratne
1989
  • Daisy Hemalatha Sugathadasa
1990
  • Mohamad Yoosoof Mohamad Thahir
  • Jayasinghe Mudalige Juwanis Jayasinghe
  • Thamotharam Somasekeram
  • Samarapperuma Mudiyanselage Palitha Samarapperuma
  • Udaya Gamini Sarath Kumara Nambukara Withana
  • Eugene Cyril Melanius Waas
1991
  • Anula Menike Udalagama
  • Percy Tristam Jinendradasa
  • Wilbert Kaggodaarachchi
  • Noeyal John Joseph Peiris
  • Asoka Chandrasoma Wijesurendra
1992
  • Wijesinghe Arachchige Abayasinghe
  • Ratnayake Mudiyanselage Gunathilake Banda Hangillipola
  • Jinadasa Kulupana
  • Felicia Wakwalle Sorensen
1993
  • Mohammed Zemzem Akbar
  • Senanayakaralalage Appuhamy Millangoda
  • Nagalingam Ratnasabapathy
1994
  • Aboobacker Abdul Latiff Admani
  • Don Dayananda Kasturiarachchi
  • Muthu Banda Abayakoon Jayasekera
  • Abdul Hameed Mohamed Maharoof
  • Chandra Dissanayake
  • Dennis Milton Hubert Ranaweera
  • Kaluduru Somawathie de Silva Wickramasekera
  • Abdul Samadh Ismail
2005
  • Al-haj Mohamed Zainudeen Mohamed Badiudeen
  • Ameena Faiz Musthapa
  • B. E. S. J. Bastiampillai
  • Kris Canekeratne
  • Daya Rathnayake
  • Daya Weththasinghe
  • Edgar Gunetunga
  • Ferrin Careem
  • Gunadasa Kupuge
  • Gunapala Nanayakkara
  • H. Z. Jaffer
  • Hiran Cooray
  • Hiranthi Wijemanne
  • Jayantha Balawardena
  • J. K. D. S. H. Jayawardena
  • J. M. S. Brito
  • Jayasiri Mendis
  • Kamala Peiris
  • L. G. G. M. L. Mohammadu Naim
  • M. Ramalingam
  • Mahinda Palihawadana
  • Mallika Hemachandra
  • Manik Rodrigo
  • Mendis Rohanadheera
  • Mahamood Rizwan Shahabdeen
  • Premila Senanayake
  • R. I. T. Alles
  • Rodney Vandergert
  • Suppiah Achari Thiagarajah
  • S. Arunachalam
  • S. D. Gunadasa
  • Sanath Ukwatte
  • Tony Weerasinghe
  • W. H. Piyadasa
  • Y. Karunadasa
  • Z. A. M. Refai
2017 [3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gunawardena, Charles A. (2005). Encyclopedia Of Sri Lanka. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. p. 254.
  2. ^ http://www.presidentsoffice.gov.lk/?page_id=340
  3. ^ http://www.sundaytimes.lk/170319/news/national-honours-after-12-years-233395.html 2017 National Honour Awardees

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