Sabaragamuwa Province
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Sabaragamuwa Province
Sabaragamuwa Province

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Location within Sri Lanka
Location within Sri Lanka
Coordinates: 6°40?N 80°24?E / 6.667°N 80.400°E / 6.667; 80.400Coordinates: 6°40?N 80°24?E / 6.667°N 80.400°E / 6.667; 80.400
CountrySri Lanka
Created1889
Admitted14 November 1987
CapitalRatnapura
Largest cityRatnapura
Government
 o GovernorTikiri Kobbekaduwa
Area
 o Total4,968 km2 (1,918 sq mi)
Area rank8th (7.46% of total area)
Population
(2011 census)
 o Total1,918,880
 o Rank5th (9.63% of total pop.)
 o Density390/km2 (1,000/sq mi)
Gross Regional Product
 (2010)[1]
 o TotalRs 303 billion
 o Rank5th (6.3% of total)
Time zoneUTC+05:30 (Sri Lanka)
ISO 3166 codeLK-9
Vehicle registrationSG
Official LanguagesSinhalese, Tamil
Websitewww.sg.gov.lk
Sabaragamuwa Province, Sri Lanka

The Sabaragamuwa Province (Sinhala: ? ? Sabaragamuwa Palata, Tamil: ? ? Sabaragamuwa Maakaanam) is one of the nine provinces of Sri Lanka, the first level administrative division of the country. The provinces have existed since the 19th century but did not have any legal status until 1987 when the 13th Amendment to the Constitution of Sri Lanka established provincial councils.[2][3] The Sabaragamuwa Province contains two districts: Ratnapura and Kegalle. It is named after its former indigenous inhabitants, namely the Sabara, an indic term for hunter-gatherer tribes, a term seldom used in ancient Sri Lanka. Sabaragamuwa University is in Belihuloya.

Districts

Sabaragamuwa is divided into 2 districts:

Municipal Council

Urban Council

Other Towns

See also

References

  1. ^ :.News Line : North, East record highest GDP growth rate Archived 2012-06-20 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Provinces of Sri Lanka". Statoids.
  3. ^ "Provincial Councils". Government of Sri Lanka. Archived from the original on 2009-07-07.

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