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Ves Dance[ edit ] According to the legend, the origins of the dance lies in dance ritual known as the Kohomba kankariya named for the deity Kohomba , which is also known as Kohomba yak kankariya or simply kankariya. Traditional dance masters believe that originally the king of a place referred to as "Malaya Rata", and his two brothers, performed the first Kohomba kankariya.

Some believe that this "Malaya Rata" was located in India. The king was said to be suffering from a recurring dream in which a leopard was directing its tongue towards the king, believed to be as a black magic of Kuweni, the first wife of the king Vijaya. After the performance of the Kohomba kankariya the illness vanished, and many natives adopted the dance. He is also a dance performer, choreographer, and instructor, as well as a theatre costume and prop designer.

His father, Somabandu Vidyapathi, is a pioneer artist of Sri Lanka. His mother, Malathi Algama, is a dancer who trained in dance and ballet under the tutelage of Chithrasena. While Ravibandu needs no further introduction, the artiste celebrated his 60th birthday with a performance of the Kohomba Yak Kankariya, a ceremonial dance, at the Kotte Raja Maha Viharaya.

The dance was performed by students of the Ravibandu-Samanthi Narthanayathanaya as well as Hathkoralaye Aludeniya Guruthuma and his dance troupe. Kohomba Kankariya can be identified as the birth of ceremonial dances rooted in folk beliefs and Kandyan dance traditions. Its origins can be traced back to Prince Vijaya, the son of Sinhabahu, a king of ancient India. According to legend, having been exiled from the kingdom along with followers due to outrageous behaviour, Prince Vijaya made his way to Sri Lanka.

Here he meets and gets married to a Yaksha tribe princess named Kuweni and becomes the ruler of the country. Later, upon the advice of one of his ministers, Upatissa, Vijaya drives off Kuweni and their two children and marries an Aryan princess from the Madhura City of India. Kuweni curses the entire Aryan royal ancestry, including Vijaya, before she is killed by the Yaksha tribe. While Upatissa succeeds Vijaya, his reigns lasts for a very short time and Panduvasdeva, who also arrives from India, is crowned as king.

They are referred to as the Malaya Rata Thun Kattuwa in legends. Angered over the incident, King Malaya, along with his three brothers, chase behind the pig, who crosses over the ocean and into Sri Lanka.

At the foot of the Hanthana Mountain, King Malaya shoots an arrow at the pig, who turns into a rock. The King holds a ceremonial dance called Hatapaha Sixty-Five Mangalya for a duration of seven days at the Anuradhapura Mahamevna Park to lift the curse not only from King Paduvasdeva but also all future kings. For this purpose, he brings brahmans all the way from India. The king hands over a part of his outfit to the deity so that he will have with him clothes with powers to cure those affected in case a similar curse is cast again.

This outfit is what is now known as Ves costumes. Hisa ves bandima and ves costumes play a huge role in Kandyan dance rituals and it is said that they were first introduced to the dance tradition through the Kohomba Kankariya ceremonial dance.

At the end of the ceremonial dance, the main devil dancer blesses the Aathuraya Ravibandu joining the first group performance of the Kohomba Kankari ceremonial dance. Monday, 4 January Kohomba Kankariya by L. The ritual of God Kohomba, which ought to have been performed at Gannoruwa Ranabima battlefield between and , during the reign of Sri Vira Parakrama Narendrasinghe did not take place at that time but was reported to have been held at Hantanne.

The reason has not been adduced so far. The king was inflicted with an incurable disease, as a result of his predecessor, King Vijaya not keeping his promise to Princess Kuveni. It was the decision of God Sakra-the King of gods-that he could not be cured except by a person who was born out of a flower-known as the king of a flower. How could this be achieved? Sakra suggested that the only way the King of the flower could be brought into the island, was by means of Rahu, the Chief of the Asura tribe.

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