Manjula Peiris

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Manjula Peiris
Born (1969-02-22) 22 February 1969 (age 52)
Sri Lanka
Residence 84, Sendric Place, Katukurunda,
Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
Nationality Sri Lankan
Occupation Astrologer
Religion Buddhist
Spouse(s) Erosha Shanthini Peiris
Children Manoj Shanaka Peiris,
Manchana Tharaka Peiris

Baminahennidege Priyanath Manjula Peiris (born 22 February 1969) (known as Manjula Peiris) is an Sri Lankan astrologer and writer who is known for his competence and skills in the field of astrology.

Work

Manjula has been making astrological forecasts both in the electronic and print media for many years and has been a frequent guest and commentator on radio and television news.[1]

Honours

  • The 34th International Astrology and Oriental Heritage Conference conferred Honorary Degree[2]
  • Presented with an award by Gloria Lawrence, Chairman of the Astrologers' Association of Victoria, Australia at the Rotunda Theatre in Monash University[3]

See also

References

  1. What does the year hold for you?. Sunday Observer, Retrieved on 30 December 2007.
  2. Manjula Peiris awarded Hon. Doctorate in India. Daily Mirror, Retrieved on 25 October 2011.
  3. Astrologer Manjula Peiris honoured by the Monash University.

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