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Vaesavi Kaalamu (Summer)
Varshaa Kaalamu or Vaanaa Kalamu (Rainy Season)
Seetha Kaalamu or Chali Kaalamu (Winter)
Origin of Telugu Literature :
I am not sure of the origin of telugu language. But all of our south indian
languages are derived from a common language called "DRAVIDA", but luckily telugu is the sweetest language out of them. That way people say it "italian of the east"( ref: sir C.P.Brown).Telugu literature was started in 11th century by the great person named "
NANNAYYA". He was the first person who gave life to our telugu literature first
time. He put his efforts to write " maha bharatam" in telugu.
Before that there is no single telugu literature. So we can say telugu literature stated in 11th century.
Vasamsetty.Veerendra , email@example.com
Kaumaaramu (Middle age)
Vaarthakyamu (Old age).
Kruta Yugamu (17,28,000 years)
Traetaa Yugamu (12,96,000 years)
Dwaapara Yugamu (8,64,000 years)
Kali Yugamu (4,32,000 years)
Pancha Gangalu (5 rivers)
Rutuvulu (6 Seasons)
Shadrasamulu (6 tastes)
Telugu vaarandariki namasaramulu. Congrats for ur effort to bring all telugu people together.
From this website I learnt to write and read my mother tongue Telugu. Thank u once again.
Wishing u all success in ur future endeavours. May Sri Vari Venkateshwara shower his blessings..
Venkatalakshmi G, Coimbatore on 28th Aug 2003.
Shadchakravartulu (6 kings)
Vaaramulu (7-Days of the week)
Aadhi Vaaramu = Sunday
Soma Vaaramu = Monday (So as in Soldier)
Mangala Vaaramu = Tuesday
Budha Vaaramu = Wednesday
Guru Vaaramu = Thursday
Sukra Vaaramu = Friday
Seni Vaaramu = Saturday (Se as in set)
Sapta Mahaa Rushulu
(7 Great Saints)
(7 Upper Worlds)
(7 Lower Worlds)
Yukti Chepputa (Questioning)
1.Thoorpu = East
2.Padamara = West
3.Uttharamu = North
4.Dakshinamu = South
5.Aagnaeyamu = South-East
6.Nairuthi = South-West
7.Vaayuvyamu = North-West
8.Eesanyamu = North-East (Sa as in Sat)
Ashta Dikpaalakulu (8)
Ashta Lakshmulu (8)
Vijaya Lakshmi / Jaya Lakshmi
Astanga Yoga (8 Limbs)
Pratyahara (Withdrawal of senses)
Hardika Subhakankshalu..mottamodati saari ga sampurna telugu website chusanu..nadi
oka vinnapam..maa lanti varikosam meeru daya chesi " sabda ratnakaram" ledaa "surya
rayandhra nighantuvu"(Telugu Dictionaries) upload cheyagalaru. Mee krushi ki naa
hardika subhakankshalu .
Srikrishna Komatineni (Presently in Pune), Ongole, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Nava Brahmalu (9 Creators)
Nava Rasamulu (9 Poses)
Karunamu (Kindness, Pity)
(Saan as in sandwitch).
(9 Precious Stones)
Vaidooryam (Cats Eye)
Pushya Raagam (Topaz)
Nava Dhaanyamulu (9 grains)
Vadlu Minumulu Anumulu
Ulavalu Nuvvulu Kandulu
Pesalu Godhumalu Senagalu.
(12 Zodiac Signs)
Maeshamu - Maeka - Aries.
Vrushabhamu - Yeddhu - Taurus.
Mithunamu - Dampathulu - Gemini.
Karkaatakamu - Endrakaaya - Cancer.
Simhamu - Singamu - Leo.
Kanya - Paduchu - Virgo.
Tula - Traasu - Libra.
Vruchchikamu - Thaelu - Scorpio.
Dhanussu - Villu - Sagittarius.
Makaramu - Mosali - Capricorn.
Kumbhamu - Kadava - Aquarius.
Meenamu - Chaepa - Pisces.
Chaitramu = March-April
Vaisaakhamu = April-May
Jyaestamu = May-June
Aashaadamu = June-July
Sraavanamu = July-August
Bhaadrapadamu = August-September
Aaswayujamu = September-October
Kaartheekamu = October-November
Maargasiramu = November-December
Pushyamu = December-January
Maaghamu = January-February
Phaalgunamu = February-March.
Telugu bidda gaaru,
Telugu website chaala baagaa tayaaru chaesinaaru. Idhi Telugu vaariki oka kaanuka.
Naa mitruluku thappakundaa teliya chaestaanu. Meeku naa dhanyavaadhaalu.
Dr. B.Ramesh Babu
Visiting Commonwealth Fellow , Department of Information Science ,
LE11 3TU,United Kingdom
Astaadasa Puraanaalu (18)
Bramha Vaivartha Puraanam.
Telugu Mahaa Kavulu (18 Great poets)
Sri Krishna Deva Rayalu.
Ashta Diggaja Kavulu
(i) Allasaani Peddana
(ii) Nandi Timmana
(iii) Maadayagari Mallana
(v) Ayyala Raaju Raama Bhadrudu
(vi) Pingali Soorana
(vii) Ramarajabhushana and
(viii) Tenali Rama Krishna.
Kandukuri Veeresalingam Pantulu
1 = Okati
2 = Rendu
3 = Moodu
4 = Naalugu
5 = Aidhu
6 = Aaru
7 = Aedu
8 = Enimidhi
9 = Thommidhi
10 = Padhi
11 = Padhakondu
12 = Pannendu
13 = Padhamoodu
14 = Padhunaalugu
15 = Padhihaenu
16 = Padhahaaru
17 = Padhihaedu
18 = Paddhenimidhi
19 = Panthommidhi
20 = Iravai
30 = Muppai
40 = Nalabai
50 = Yaabai
60 = Aravai
70 = Debbai
80 = Yenabai
90 = Thombai
100 = Nooru or Vandha
200 = Rendu Vandalu
1000 = Veyyi
10,000 = Padhi Vaelu
1,00,000 = Laksha
10,00,000 = Padhi Lakshalu
1,00,00,000 = Koti
(Ko as in 'Co'bra and ti as in 'ti'mid)
Telugu Nakshatraalu (27 Stars)
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M.Tech in IIT
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Sumaru varam rojulu ninchi prathi roju e site ni choosthunnanu.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Cheppaleni anubhuthi !! nijanga!! nenu andhralo vunnatle vundi!!
desabhashalandu? kadu kadu prapancha bhashalandu mana teluge lessa.
Thank you So much for giving book on internet for vinayaka chavithi.I live
in london ,last week my freind missed my packet from my home,so i worried
how to do pooja this year.I just opened my mails now morning...i have so
happy... i can not express in words that i am not forgetting our culture and
festivals. If possible please do remind me our hindu festival and events to thier
importance.Thanks for supporting our telugu people... have a great time... thanks,
Mee Website choosi naaku chaala anandamesinadi.. maa 3 yella baludiki mee
Website dhanyama antu vaadiki prethi rooju Telugu class nerputhunnanu..
naaku kooda theliyani sangathulu enno mee website lo choosaanu.. Great job!
Bhanu Murthy Kuchibhotla
New York, USA
It is marvelous to see you are doing a great service to our language. After nearly 40 years
of staying abroad, I have not lost my Telugu. I can speak, read and write it fluently. My
interest is in all aspects of our language and the people.
I would like you to highlight the values stressed in our Shatakalu ?Sumathee and Vemana
which stand good stead in the our present troubled times. One can not expect much
from the politicians who are corrupted by lure of money and power, anything but self-interested
decisions. I hope you stress the values that bind all Telugus together ?working for a united Andhra.
The distructive forces of caste, creed and regionalism have to be contained.
They say pen is mightier than the sword and I hope your attempt in propagating our
Telugu widens its scope and strive for the unity. Mahatma Gandhi helped to get us, Indians,
independence but failed to stop the disintegration into different countries. Potti Sriramulu
died to create Andhra Pradesh and now it is onus on all of us to see that it remains a
united unit for the benefit of all who reside in the state and educate the masses that
strength lies in unity.
Ghantasala Ratnakumar, Chennai, India.
Teluguku meeru chesthunna sevalu abhinandaneeyam. Theta Telugu
Bhasha kosam andaram krushi cheddam. Bhavishyathulo ee vaakyalu
Kooda telugulo rasukunenduku veelayyela undenduku prayatniddam.