Madura Kulatunga， Piliyandala. Founder of Madura English-Sinhala Dictionary. Maduraonline.com (hosted on cloudflare.com) details, including IP, backlinks, redirect information, and reverse IP shared hosting data. Discover all the decoration trends! Fall for our uniques collections of curtains, house linen, furniture. Derana English to Sinhala Dictionary & Glossary is a feature rich dictionary which is developed by the support of the Sinhala community.
Madura Kulatunga was born in Matara on the 23rd of March 1980 to Sinhalese Buddhist parents. And currently resides in Piliyandala. He educated at Royal College, Colombo 7 and successfully completed Master of Science in Information Technology degree at Sikkim Manipal University.
|Initial release||23 November 2002; 18 years ago|
Madura English–Sinhala Dictionary (Sinhala: මධුර ඉංග්රීසි–සිංහල ශබ්දකෝෂය) is a free electronic dictionary service developed by Madura Kulatunga. It is available as computer software, an online website and an android app. The dictionary contains over 230,000 definitions including various technical terms. As of 2016, the dictionary has been downloaded approximately 1,000,000 and ranks 100th most visited sites in Sri Lanka. The dictionary is distributed as freeware.It was initially released on 23 November 2002.
Kulatunga, a Sri Lankancomputer engineer,wrote a program in Visual Basic for an English–Sinhala dictionary, using the dictionary entries from the English–Sinhalese Dictionary of Gunapala Piyasena Malalasekera. The program was marketed from 23 November 2002. In 2008 he started a free internet version of it, the first online English–Sinhala dictionary. Kulatunga later admitted that he had infringed the copyright of the Malalasekera English–Sinhala dictionary in creating his software, but he said in 2015 that he no longer infringed on copyrights.
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