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Imbulpe

Imbulpe, nestled within the Ratnapura District of the Sabaragamuwa Province in Sri Lanka, is a notable area characterized by its lush landscapes and vibrant community life. With a population of 59,477, it is a locality that encapsulates the essence of rural Sri Lankan life, set against the backdrop of the country’s famed natural beauty. The administrative structure of Imbulpe, comprising 50 Grama Niladhari divisions, facilitates local governance and development, ensuring that the needs and welfare of its residents are effectively addressed.

Total Population

59,477

GN Divisions

50

Imbulpe

The Ratnapura District is widely recognized for its gem mining industry and verdant rainforests, contributing significantly to Sri Lanka’s reputation as the “Island of Gems.” Imbulpe, as part of this district, shares in this natural wealth, with its terrain offering both agricultural opportunities and breathtaking scenic beauty. The area’s culture is deeply intertwined with the broader traditions of the Sabaragamuwa Province, known for its unique dance forms, music, and rituals that contribute to the rich tapestry of Sri Lankan heritage.

The people of Imbulpe, like much of rural Sri Lanka, largely depend on agriculture for their livelihoods. The region’s fertile lands support a variety of crops, including rice, vegetables, and fruits, which not only sustain local families but also contribute to the district’s economy. The Grama Niladhari divisions play a crucial role in supporting these agricultural activities, facilitating access to resources, information, and governmental support services.

While Imbulpe enjoys the benefits of its natural resources and cultural heritage, it also faces challenges common to many rural areas in Sri Lanka. Infrastructure development, access to healthcare and education, and environmental sustainability are ongoing concerns. However, the area’s administrative structure, through the Grama Niladhari divisions, is instrumental in addressing these issues, working towards improving the quality of life for its residents.

Imbulpe’s picturesque landscapes and cultural richness offer significant tourism potential. Visitors are drawn to the area’s natural beauty, from its lush forests and waterfalls to its tranquil village settings. Sustainable tourism initiatives could provide an additional source of income for the local community while promoting environmental conservation and cultural preservation.

The journey from Colombo to Imbulpe, taking approximately 3 hours and 55 minutes to cover a distance of 137.4 kilometers via the Panadura-Nambapana-Ratnapura Highway (PNR Highway) or Ratnapura – Horana – Panadura Highway (A8), is a vivid illustration of the diverse and picturesque landscapes Sri Lanka has to offer. This route not only serves as a crucial link connecting the bustling capital city with the serene environs of Imbulpe but also showcases the country’s natural beauty, cultural richness, and infrastructural development.

 

GN CodeName in English
005Rawanakanda
010Gallenakanda
015Kattadikanda
020Waleboda North
025Bellankanda
030Bolthumbe
035Pinnawala
040Udagama
045Madhdhegama
050Pidaligannawela
055Ihalagalagama
060Wiharawela
065Kuburutheniwala
070Belihuloya
075Yakdehiwala
080Muththettuwegama
085Puwakgahawela
090Budunwela
095Halpe
100Niththamaluwa
105Kumbalgama
110Kinchigune
115Karagasthalawa
120Seelogama
125Imbulpe
130Passaramulla
135Alakolaella
140Atawakwela
145Kanathiriyanwela
150Pallewela
155Gurubewila
160Pandheniya
165Pagalowita
170Madhdhethalawa
175Amuwathugoda
180Medagedaragoda
185Aluthnuwara
190Thotapalla
195Ulupitiya
200Mamalgaha
205Welanhinna
210Amupitiya
215Naluwela
220Wegapitiya
225Morahela
230Oluganthota
235Rathmalawinna
240Karadiyamulla
245Hatharabage
250Thunkinda
  • Police Station: 045-2287222 / 045-2287422
  • Hospital:  045 2287261/045 045 2286195/ 045 2288535.
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