LAKARCADE is one of the biggest novelty Gift & Souvenir shopping malls in Asia located in the heart of Colombo, LAKARCADE offers a wide array of authentic Sri Lankan souvenirs and novelty gift items. The fine range on display includes Finest Ceylon teas, spices, carefully selected traditional art & craft items, batiks, gems, jewellery, silverware and many more creative products.
Utilizing their traditional skill in Sri Lankan craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations, LAK ARCADE creates pristine masterpieces that gives our rural folk an opportunity to showcase their capabilities & talents in mega markets.
It's a highly recommended stone for those who want to improve their eyesight. In earlier times, Blue Topaz was also used to absorb the heat of fevers. It can be used to ease inflammations, discomforts, and pains associated with arthritis.
Ceylon Tea & Spices
According to several ancient scriptures, there are a lot of ways to attract prosperity into your lives. Some Shastras even mention certain remedies with the help of which one can boost their financial stance and get rid of any obstacle coming their way to success. The elephant is considered a holy animal in Hindu religion as it is associated with Lord Ganesha, who is revered as the remover of the obstacle. Hindu devotees worship him with the belief that he would discard all the struggles of their life and would bless them with joy, prosperity, and health.
This masterpiece Ganesha statue is an awesome artwork of Brass, turquoise & coral stones. The workmanship of stones is seamless (without any gaps in the stonework) that speaks volumes of the quality of work. Keep it in your temple for prosperity & good luck or gift it to someone .
Rush & Reed
Leather & Ceramic
Handloom & Textile
Sri Lanka - Miracle of Asia
Sri Lanka with its nearly 3000 years of history holds some of world’s ancient cities including Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Digamadulla. Remnants of these once glorious cities, their palaces, temples, monasteries, hospitals and theaters intricately carved and modeled out of stone lay abandoned amidst the soaring mountains.
Of all the ancient sites the most famed and most exquisite is the Kingdom of Anuradhapura. Sri Lanka’s third and the longest serving capital and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world is also one of the most sacred cities of World Buddhists. It was the capital of Sri Lanka from the Fourth Century BC up to the turn of the eleventh Century and was one of the most stable and durable centers of political power and urban life in South Asia. However the city itself is much older than the Kingdom of Anuradhapura and according to archeological evidence could have originated as far as tenth century BC. Anuradhapura was abandoned due to the due to repeated South Indian Invasions and was eventually forgotten with time until it was rediscovered in the early 19 th century.