Niyagaya sinhala essay

For weeks it continued to thrive. The earth is dry and torn. The rivers have dried up. The great rivers do not flow. Valuka looks like a desert.

Due to the drought, the fields didn’t produce much produce this year. The people are facing difficulties due to the desolation of farms. They walk long distances to find drinking water.

Exhausted people pray to God for rain. Sacrifices are held. Government officials come and distribute drought relief to the village. In addition to dry foods are advised to prevent the spread of diseases.

When will the destruction of the fierce monster end? The blue sky was full of black clouds. Lightning struck and the sky began to thunder. Affected people look up at the sky with joy.


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  1. Zainab Safav

    your essay are good

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      Thank you so much.

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