|Province||North Western Province|
|Time zone||Sri Lanka Standard Time (UTC+5:30)|
Thoranegedara is a rural village situated in Kurunegala district in the North Western Sri Lanka.It is a multi-cultural village, which consist of both Sinhala and Muslim communities. Tamil and Sinhala are the mainly spoken languages. Farming is one of the main source of livelihood of the villagers while few people are self-employed and others own their own businesses.
Kurunegala is a district in North Western Province, Sri Lanka. Consists of 4812.7 km2 48,1270 Hectares and Consists 30 Divisional Secretariats, 1610 Grama Niladari Divisions and 4476 total Villages. It consists of 14 Electorate Divisions, 02 Municipal Council, 19 Urban Councils, 15 Parliamentary Ministers, 47 Provincial Council Members, 15 Ministers and 337 Local Council Members.
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Al Irshad Muslim School, also known as Al Irshad Muslim Vidyalaya, is a primary school situated in Thoranegedara, also a landmark of the village. There are about 150 to 200 students studying in this school from grade 1 to 5.
Al Irshad Jumma Mosque is another landmark of Thoranegedara village.
Al Ihsan Youth Society is a registered non-profitable organization dedicated for social services. Organization was established in the year 2008 in the objective to promote education and socio economic well-being and welfare in the village.
Lucky Star Sports Club is a cricket based sports club found by youths in the village.
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