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Sandadas Coperahewa (born 1923) is a Sinhala writer, poet, scholar, art critic, teacher and journalist in Sri Lanka. Coperhewa was born in Pamburana and educated at Pamburana Sariyuth College. He attended St. Thomas' College, Matara from the age of 9.He was recruited by Warden R.S.de Saram and taught Sinhala, Art and Buddhism for thirty two years (1951 -1983) at S. Thomas' College, Mt Lavinia alongside Arisen Ahubudu, GL Jinadasa and D.S. Jayasekera.

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  • Sandadas Coperahewa (born 1923) is a Sinhala writer, poet, scholar, art critic, teacher and journalist in Sri Lanka. Coperhewa was born in Pamburana and educated at Pamburana Sariyuth College. He attended St. Thomas' College, Matara from the age of 9.He was recruited by Warden R.S.de Saram and taught Sinhala, Art and Buddhism for thirty two years (1951 -1983) at S. Thomas' College, Mt Lavinia alongside Arisen Ahubudu, GL Jinadasa and D.S. Jayasekera. He contributed poems to Subasa - journal started by Munidasa Cumaratunga in 1941 and became an active member of the Hela Havula organization. He was deputy leader of the Hela Havula, an editor of the Pali Dictionary published by "Siri Vajiranana Bhikku Center Maharagama" and Editorial Consultant of Little Star Children’s weekly and Lankadeepa. He wrote columns on issues of Art, Buddhism, Sinhala Language and Literature in the English broadsheets, and translated Prof R.H.Wilenskis Miniature History of European Art to Sinhala ( Uropa Kala Itihasaya ha Uropa kala Hela Kala Sasandua Colombo: M.D. Gunasena, 1958). He also wrote a commentary to Sinhala poem Daham Gaeta Mala Vivaranaya. (en)
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  • Chandradasa Coperahewa (en)
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  • Hela Basa Mini, Kala Bhushana, Godage Divaman Pranama (en)
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  • Matara, Sri Lanka (en)
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  • Prof. Sandagomi Coperahewa & Dr. Sanath Coperahewa (en)
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  • St. Thomas' College, Matara (en)
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  • Sandadas Coperahewa (en)
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  • Sinhala writer, poet, scholar, artist, teacher, journalist in Sri Lanka (en)
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  • Sandadas Coperahewa (born 1923) is a Sinhala writer, poet, scholar, art critic, teacher and journalist in Sri Lanka. Coperhewa was born in Pamburana and educated at Pamburana Sariyuth College. He attended St. Thomas' College, Matara from the age of 9.He was recruited by Warden R.S.de Saram and taught Sinhala, Art and Buddhism for thirty two years (1951 -1983) at S. Thomas' College, Mt Lavinia alongside Arisen Ahubudu, GL Jinadasa and D.S. Jayasekera. (en)
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