In 2006 Niranjan Meegammana, a veteran Technologist formed Kaputa Team, an online youth teach community to help develop Sinhala Technology and tools for internet. Kaputa.com was embraced by large number of rural users who were not able to use internet due to langauge gap. Kaputa.com became Sri Lanka's first local language on-line community providing content, e commerce services and community interactions. Kaputa.com inspired large number of youth to enter web industry.
Kaputa Team participating in Sinhala Unicode Committee, developed Unicode fonts and tools for content management opening a huge potential of internet for learning, communication and business. Founding Sinhala Unicode Group, an on-line group diverse technologists collaborated in developing and promoting of free Sinhala Technology and tools for community, resulted gov.lk the first Sinhala, Tamil and English portal.
Niranjan Meegammana participating e Society Focus Group of e Sri Lanka project, emphasised the need of local content.
The voice was heard and government and funded USD 50,000 for development of local langauge e learning system for National curriculum addressing rural drop-out problem.
Shilpa Sayura journey of rural education development began in 2006.