But historical testimony exists which removes all obscurity from the inquiry as to who were the instructors of the Singhalese.
The Singhalese have increased the number to 136, the Siamese to 462.
It may, however, be observed that Rackha is a name of some renown in Singhalese annals.
The native Malay is much lighter in color than the Indian and Singhalese.
The Singhalese add that it would be equally so to man were the wound to be touched by cow-dung.
The Singhalese attribute these noises to a Pezazi, or spirit.
They were Singhalese and Tamils, and coral was worse than Sanskrit to them.
A Singhalese's religion, as has been said, will not permit him to take animal life.
To the Singhalese rice is what wheat is to the average American, namely, the staff of life.
It is in the cultivation of broad rice-fields that the Singhalese is seen at his best.