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SRI LANKA PADURU PARTY Paduru party is the latest vogue in Sri Lanka. It came to the Colombo scene in a different but somewhat fashionable style, to middle and upper class society only a year ago. When one is invited to a Paduru party in Colombo these days, there are certain criteria and dress norms to follow both men and women wearing similar dress Sarongs and wrap-ups. Women wear their reddha just under the half blinking but nevertheless dancing belly button, exposing at times the latest belly stud yanked by a u-shaped pin; hatte fixed tight above the exposed obe theeraye or in certain cases the spare tyre. Men go for expensive psychedelic silk sarongs and neck-less short-sleeve tops with sandals or slippers. In Paduru Party scenario there are no chairs to sit on but everyone squats on a mat or a padura as the name suggests. Of course, there will be music and singing to their hearts content, supplemented by the famous Scottish light pale liquid nourishment in the form Whiskey. Those who like reaction like a shot on their back go for a couple of Pol Arrak shots depending on the background of the meeting group. Similarly ladies go for their favourite glass of punch, the more daring ones for dry Gin and tonic, sporty types like a Bloody Mary or the bold ones prefer to enjoy a screwdriver! Paduru Party is not a new invention at all. The history of this collective enjoyment of groups of men and women on a mat goes as far back as the Buddhas time in India. In Buddhist Jathaka...