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major transmitting sites include Guam, Bonaire, Sri Lanka, Cyprus, and Swaziland. Due to the unexpectedly strong success of the Victory Tests, the government of Australia ordered the team to delay their demobilisation. With the team raising so much money for war charities, the government directed them to travel home via India (British India) and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) for further fundraising matches for the Red Cross. Perry (2005), pp. 137–138. Pollard (1988), p. 367. Egypt Tea is the national drink in Egypt, and holds a special position that even coffee cannot rival. In Egypt, tea is called "shai". The book of cities by Philip Dodd Tea packed and sold in Egypt is almost exclusively imported from Kenya and Sri Lanka. The Egyptian government considers tea a strategic crop and runs large tea plantations in Kenya. Green tea is a recent arrival to Egypt (only in the late 1990s did green tea become affordable) and is not as popular. 2 - The Ganges and its delta. 3 - The fabulous island of Taphana, sometimes interpreted as Sri Lanka or Sumatra. 4 - Rivers Indus and Tigris. Biography Bhagavan Das is a bhakti yogi, a shakta tantra adept, and teacher of Nada Yoga (Nada yoga). As a young man he was one of the first Western initiates devotees of the late Hindu holy man Neem Karoli Baba, as well as the first American (United States) to meet Kalu Rinpoche of the Shangpa Kargyupas lineage. He has received Vajra Yogini initiation from His Holiness the Sixteenth Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe Dorje of the Karma Kagyu lineage (Lineage (anthropology)) and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, the 11th Trungpa Tulku. During the almost seven years he spent as a wandering ascetic in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka he received numerous initiations and teachings from living saints and sages including A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Das 1997, pg. 179 Swami Chaitanya Prakashananda Tirtha, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Sri Anandamoyi Ma, and Tarthang Tulku of the Dudjom Rinpoche lineage. '''Asgiriya International Stadium''', is a cricket stadium situated in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Asgiriya Stadium is the private property of Trinity College, Kandy. It is around a 10 minute walk from the centre of the city. The venue would usually be used when an international team toured Sri Lanka for a Test Match. http: news srilankacricket 83011128 sangakkara-regrets-asgiriya-losing-test-status Asgiriya became Sri Lanka's the second Test venue, after the Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium, when it hosted Greg Chappell’s Australian cricket team in Sri Lanka in 1982–83. WikiPedia:Sri Lanka Dmoz:Regional Asia Sri Lanka commons:Sri Lanka

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