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Ravi Karunanayake

The Honourable
Ravi Karunanayake
Member of the Sri Lankan Parliament
for Colombo District
Former Cabinet Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs
Personal details
Born (1963-02-19) February 19, 1963 (age 51)
Nationality Sri Lankan
Political party United National Party
Other political
Democratic United National Front
Spouse(s) Mela Karunanayake
Children Onella, Shenella and Minella
Alma mater Royal College, Colombo
Occupation Politics
Profession Accountant
Website Official Website

Ravindra Sandresh Karunanayake, MP (born 19 February 1963) is a Sri Lankan politician and chartered accountant by profession. He is a current Member of Parliament for Colombo District and the current United National Party (UNP) chief organiser for the Colombo North Electorate in Colombo District and was the former Cabinet Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs in Sri Lanka. He was educated at S. Thomas' Preparatory School, Kollupitiya up to his GCE Ordinary Level, after which he proceeded to Royal College Colombo for his Advanced Level examinations.

Early life and family

Born to Tirinevdram Karunanayake and Carmaleka Karunanayake. He is the eldest son in a family of two.


Karunanayake is married and has three children. Onella, Shenella and Minella

References and external links

  • 'We were made for each other'
  • Biographies of Member of Parliament
  • Right Royal rally of old Royalists in the Sri Lanka Parliament
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