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The Sri Lankan elephant is a symbol of national heritage and of prosperity, both for its long association with wealth and royalty and for its association with Ganesh, the elephant-headed Hindu god of wealth.
The betel leaf and oil lamp are used to mark special occasions.
Although the members of these groups share many cultural practices, beliefs, and values, ethnic differences have become especially marked since the nation's independence in 1948.
In Sinhala, the language of the majority, Sri means "blessed" and Lanka is the name of the island.
There are also symbols of national culture that reflect a more integrated national identity.
For instance, the color blocks on the nation's flag represent each of Sri Lanka's three major ethnic groups.
State of the Epidemic UNAIDS estimated that about 3,000 Sri Lankans were living with HIV as at end of 2009. As of December 2011, there were 1463 reported HIV cases in the country out of which 253 have died.
Sixty percent of reported HIV cases are males, and more than half are from Colombo.
The north-central plains are dotted by the ruins of ancient kingdoms built around man-made lakes.