Aesthetics arts reach beyond languages and ethnic divisions and provide for co-existence in pluralistic societies. This was not the experience in Sri Lanka where ethnic egos were being played up to sustain a protracted war. Cultural activities were compartmentalized in Sinhala and Tamil languages separately. War even made exchange of experience very much harder between the two ethnic societies. It was therefore a necessity to provide good examples of cultural co-existence that nurture good drama and theatre. Production of all plays by Janakaraliya in both Sinhala and Tamil languages gave mutual access to every ethnic group. This in fact was a wholly new experience in Sri Lankan theatre. There had been no instances of Sinhala and Tamil artistes coming together for joint creations, before Janakaraliya experimented with it. Thus this was another first in Sri Lankan art. Now Janakaraliya plays are produced in both languages making it two different production for evry Janakaraliya drama. In this manner Janakaraliya set precedent of Sinhala actors performing Tamil dramas and Tamil actors performing in Sinhala dramas.