Nationality Sri Lankan
Movies Thun Man Handiya
Name Mahagama Sekara
|Born 7 April 1929 (1929-04-07) Radawana, Colombo, Sri Lanka|
Spouse(s) Kusumalatha Suraweera (1963–1976)
Children Gesha Patalee,Nirupama Salmalee and Ravinda
Parent(s) Ranawaka Arachchige Rosalin (Mother)Maha Gamage John Appuhamy (Father)
Died January 14, 1976, Gampaha, Sri Lanka
Cause of death Sudden cardiac arrest
Mahagama sekara animated love poem
Mahagama Sekera (Sinhala:මහගම සේකර) (7 April 1929 – 14 January 1976) Sri Lankan poet, lyricist, playwright, novelist, artist, translator and filmmaker. He is considered to be a significant figure in Sinhalese poetry and literature. Sekara is best remembered as a poet and songwriter with several of his works even becoming popular songs in Sri Lanka. His works occasionally have an introspective Buddhist influenced outlook. His poems and songs remain widely quoted on the island nearly thirty years after his death.
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- Early Life and education
Mahagama Sekara: Who is the Artist? (Original Voice)
Early Life and education
Mahagama Sekera was born on 7th of April 1929 in Radawana, Colombo. His father was Maha Gamage John Appuhamy, mother was Ranawaka Arachchige Rosalin. He had his initial education at Kirindiwela Maha Vidayalaya. Sekera started life as an artist and although in his later paintings and book covers he tended towards modern art he got a thorough grounding in the forms and techniques of formal art at the Government School of Fine Arts of which he later became the Principal. Thus at a young age he was exposed to new ways of looking at the world and perceiving reality which combined with the folk culture of his inheritance in a typical village milieu gave its particular strength to his world view.
Sekera started his Doctoral Studies at Vidyodaya University of Ceylon in 1974. His thesis on Sinhala Gadya Padya Nirmana Kerehi Ridmaya Balapa Athi Akaraya (Influence of Rhythm on the Sinhala Prose and Poetry) was submitted to the University in 1975. At the time of passing away in 1976, he was attending to the final editing of the thesis as recommended by the supervisors.