Natural Heals


"Natural Heals" was one of the priceless projects which made us address a major issue which society ignores due to busy schedules.

There is nothing more important or valuable for a person than good health in the world. Oriental medicine and allopathy are the two major types of medical treatments in Sri Lanka. Oriental medicine is familiar with us as Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic medicine which has a long, as well as awe-inspiring history, is the most preferable way to immunity in our body. The Ayurvedic tradition has changed the lives of countless people for literally thousands of years. Reading their insights can help you better  appreciate the way. It is a common thing that Ayurveda teaches us to recover from diseases naturally.

" When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct medicine is of no need. In fact, this depicts how much it is important to prevent diseases naturally."

With the great effort of Leos, University of Moratuwa and with the kind-hearted dedication of Dr D. N. Ranathunga, we were able to reach the top level of our effort with the project "Natural Heals",  awakening the society with the most appropriate solutions for common health problems which have swallowed the society today. There is no argument that diabetes is the most common health problem which has the ability to turn human beings of all ages into critical conditions. So, we mainly focused on addressing diabetes patients with suitable natural remedies. Our effort succeed as a virtual programme with the great collaboration of Dr D. N. Ranathunga, giving society a valuable, appropriate and powerful message.

SIYAPATHA

“Orphanages are the only places that ever make us feel empty and full at the same time 

It was a true bliss that as the Leos of Leo Club of University of Moratuwa, we could flourish more than 30 adrift and innocent little hearts in Saint John Boys’ children’s home and Saint Joseph Girls’ children’s home in Kegalle with humble applause through the project “Trip With Kids” by accompanying them to visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage on the 4th of October 2020 concurrent with the Children’s Day.



The smile brightening those goody-goody faces declared that they enjoyed the day to the best through many events such as watching playing elephants, the bath of elephants and the fun events such as drawing arts and filling puzzles. They also had the chance to enjoy a delicious breakfast and lunch with their friends. They were gifted with small presents at the end of the day. 

Our deeds were highly appreciated by the staffs of both children’s homes and it was such an amazing day spent with those lovely children and amiable elephants. At the end of this great social service we were able to have heartfelt humble gladness beyond the success through the happiness came from the faces and lovable little hearts.

Learn From Home

 


Getting ready well before anything brings a lot of conveniences. That is why it is so essential in the field of education as well. Therefore we, UoM Leos thought it would be worthwhile if we could assist brothers and sisters who are awaiting university entrance to get prepared in advance for the university studies. This is why we brought the project "Learn from Home" to progress.


In phase 1 of the project, the students who are expecting to enter the University of Moratuwa were offered online courses relevant to the degree programs they wish to pursue. Mostly, those online courses were applicable for them to improve their knowledge of the modules they would learn in the first and second semesters at the university. 




Thus, a significant number of students have enrolled in those courses and we hope they have gained a proper understanding of their university education. In the same time, the Learn from Home phase 2 is anticipated to launch soon.


Make Them Enlighten

 


There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on treasure island.’

Make them enlighten, a mobile library project which was wielded by Leo Club of University of Moratuwa together with the Leos of Athugalpura was successfully held on the 20th of September 2020. It was conducted with the aim of helping the little ones on their journey towards literacy & to refresh the minds of readers, near the police station & the fresco juice bar in Kurunegala.



The visitors were given the chance of reading any desirous book which was at the library & the book donations were collected for the library in Bogaswewa College, Wawuniya. Some book donations were collected at the premises of the University of Moratuwa before the project launching.






Also, the poems & free verses were collected to include in the upcoming book to be published by the Leos.

The Leos got positive feedback from the community at the end of the project. At the same time, UoM Leos were very happy since their dedication resulted in a successful project end.


ප්‍රඥා ප්‍රදීප

 

ගමයි පන්සලයි වැවයි දාගැබයි  යනු අතීත ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ ඉතාමත් ශක්තිමත් බන්ධනයක් වන අතර එය 20 වෙනි සියවසේ අග භාගයේ අප සියලු දෙනාම යාන්තමින් හෝ අත්විඳ ඇති සොඳුරු සංකල්පයකි. බෞද්ධ දර්ශනය, ලාංකික සංස්කෘතිය අනාගතයට ආරක්ෂිත ව රැගෙන යන පවුර වනුයේ අපගේ ගෞරවණීය යතිවරයාණන් වහන්සේලා ය.


සම්බුදු සසුන රකින යති පරපුරේ අනාගත පුරුක වන සාමණේර ස්වාමීන් වහන්සේලාගේ නැණ පහන් දල්වනු වස් මොරටුව විශ්ව විද්‍යාලයීය ලියෝ සමාජය විසින් සංවිධානය කරන ලද "ප්‍රඥා  ප්‍රදීප"  සම්මන්ත්‍රණ මාලාවේ දෙවන අදියර, 2020 සැප්තැම්බර් මස 12 සහ 13 දෙදින තුළ තිස්සමහාරාම සාලියපුර විද්‍යාප්‍රදීප මහ පිරිවෙනේදී පවත්වන ලදී. විහාරස්ථානයේ ස්වාමීන් වහන්සේලාගේ ද නොමඳ උපකාරය සහිතව උදෑසන 8 සිට එම දෙදින පුරාවට ම පුංචි සිත් තුළ බලාපොරොත්තුවේ සිහින අස්වැද්දීමට අප ගත් උත්සාහයේ සාර්ථක නිමාවක් දැකීමට අප සියලු දෙනාට ම හැකි වූයේ නිහතමානී සතුටක් ද ලබමිනි.