Ganwathura sinhala essay
When it rains heavily, rivers and streams fill up.
When that water flows into the river, it overflows.
When the river overflows, it floods.
First the dam goes under.
The roads are flooded.
Traffic is light at this time of night.
Schools are closing.
Homes are flooded.
People in flooded houses flock to temples and schools.
The government provides food parcels to people in flooded houses.
Food is also provided by union companies.
Paddy fields are flooded and rotting.
Cattle, goats, and chickens are trapped under the cages.
The vegetable boxes are also covered.
When the flood subsides, the land becomes fertile.
The water in the wells is getting dirty.
Many people incur losses.
Some make ferries out of Kehel Kota and ride in the floodwaters.
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