Korale was formally a revenue district in Ceylon (Sri Lanka). During the British colonial administration, a low country korale was under the pervirew of a Mudaliyar while an upcountry korale came under the purview of a post that was itself known as Korale.[1][2]


  1. Nur Yalman (1967). Under the Bo Tree; Studies in Caste, Kinship, and Marriage in the Interior of Ceylon. University of California Press. pp. 157–. GGKEY:T4JA247ECCZ.
  2. Dilesh Jayanntha (2 November 2006). Electoral Allegiance in Sri Lanka. Cambridge University Press. pp. 92–. ISBN 978-0-521-02975-9.
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