Sri Kala Sudha Telugu Association, Chennai
Prati aadi vaaramu, kottha telugu cinemalu pradarsinchabadunu.
Ugadi utsavamulu jarupabadunu, mariyu puraskaramulu ivvabadunu.
Recent activities/movies :
2010- Magadheera, Ye maya chaesave, polo ralph lauren Andari vaadavayaa, Simha, Goleemar, Rama-rama Krishna-krishna, Darling, Vedam,
Brahmalokam to Yamalokam via Bhoolakam, Thakita-Thakita, Khaleza, Saradaga kasepu, Maryada Ramanna, Rakta Charitra.
March 2010 - Ugadi puraskars & World womens day celebrated on 14.3.2010. Awards given to leading personalities:
Sabita Indra Reddy (home minister), Jaya Pradha, Raja M Kousalya Devi, Preeta Reddy (apollo hospitals), Anjali Devi,
P Suseela, Kavita D Chittori (KCP), MM Sri Lekha, Mithali Raj (Indian womens cricket team captain). Uttama Chitam(Mahatma),
Uttama katha chitram (Kalavaramaye madilo), Uttama Nirmata (Dorasami Raju-Vengamamba), Uttama Darsakudu (sreenu Viata-Namo
Venkatesa), Uttama Natudu (Srikant-Mahatma + 100 pictures), Uttama Nati (Meena-vengamamba + 200 pictures),
Uttama Chayagrahakudu (Senthil Kumar - Magadheera), Uttama Screenplay (Madan-Pravarakyudu), Uttama Sangeeta Darsakudu(Taman-Kick)
Uttama nootana darsakudu (Dantuluri Chaitanya-Baanam), Uttama gayakudu (Karthik-Kurradu-Yemantavu), Uttama gayani(Malavika-Ek Niranjan,
Yevaru lerani anaku), Special jury award (Krushnudu-Villagelo vinayakudu) & Abhinaya (Sambho siva sambho).
June 09 - Top 10 successfull telugu IAS candidates felicitated by Mr Jaya Prakash Narayan, IAS, Kukatpalli MLA.
2009 - Kalavaramaaye Madilo, Ride, Adhineta, Arundhati, Kick, Yeppudaina Yekkadiana, Koncham Ishtam - Koncham kastam
Kavyas Dairy, Aavakaya Biriyani, King, Ready, Sasi Rekha Parinayam, Keka, Ashta Chamma, Gamyam, Rainbow
Bommana brothers - Chandana sisters, Kotha bangaru lokam, Mr Medhavi
Association lo join avvalante, please contact Bethireddy Srinivas-98843 54555
SRI KALA SUDHA TELUGU ASSOCIATION
#9/6, Vyasar Street, Near Raghavendra Temple, T.Nagar, Chennai - 17.
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sreekalasudha.com
The Hong Kong Telugu Samakhya
THKTS is the cultural organization of Telugu's in Hong Kong. It is a voluntary and non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Hindu Telugu culture and traditions within the Telugu Community in Hong Kong. The unique feature of this group , is that it has no Committee members , as all are Volunteers. THKTS is FOR the Telugu people, TO the Telugu people , BY the Telugu people of Hong Kong.
We are proud to have professionals from various fields like Education , Medicine , Engineering , Shipping , Information Technology , Finance , Hotel Management, Business Management etc.
Malaysia Telugu Sanghamu (Telugu Association of Malaysia)
The Telugu Association was first formed in the region of Lower Perak District in Malaysia
on the 17th July 1955, under the banner of Malaya Andhra Sangamu and officially registered
on 17th February 1956. On the 16th December 1963 it was renamed as Malaysia Andhra Sangamu.
The association name evolved from 1983 onwards as TELUGU ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA (TAM HQ)
which is also known as Malaysia Telugu Sangamu. The association is formally registered and
operates under the banner of as Persatuan Telugu Malaysia in Bahasa Malaysia.
2000 National Trade and Professional Associations of the United States
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Colorado Telugu Association
Promotes Telugu Culture in the Mid-west region of USA.
Telugu Association Of Greater Kansas City
Websites of telugu people in Kansas City, USA.
HITECH Telugu Kala Samiti, Kuwait.
In order to complement the ongoing development in our Green and Hitech State of Andhra Pradesh in India and to provide a Virtual Link for Telugu Cultural Activities between Kuwait
and India, a Hitech Telugu Kala Samiti is formed for Telugu Speaking People in Kuwait.
Telugu Association Of Greater Boston
TAGB promotes and propagates telugu culture by conducting quality cultural programmes, literary events, organizing get-togethers, picnics and screening telugu movies.
Bay Area Telugu Association
BATA is a non-profit organization devoted to the awareness and promotion of Telugu Culture in the Greater Bay Area. Bay Area Telugu Association is one of the oldest Telugu Associations in
North America. BATA organizes celebrations for three festivals every year: Sankranti, Ugaadi and Deepavali.Also organizes a picnic during summer and usually has an Andhra Float during
the Independence day parade organized by Federation of Indian Associations.
Tristate Telugu Association
Vision of TTA to Help telugu people live in tri-state area and also in AP. TTA is a non-profit incorporated organization of people of Telugu Origin residing in Tri-State
(Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin). TTA was formed in 1984 for the purpose of enhance our cultural,
educational, social and charitable interactions among its members.
Telugu Association Of Greater Chicago
The objectives and purposes of TAGC shall be to preserve, maintain and perpetuate the heritage
of the people of Telugu origin; to assist and promote literary, cultural, educational, religious,
social, economic and community affairs of the Telugu speaking people; to collaborate, cooperate
and assist in the organization of periodic Telugu literary, educational and cultural conferences;
to foster friendship and understanding between the Telugus and others; and to support humanitarian causes.
Telugu association Of North Texas
TANTEX was formed in 1986 as a non-profit, non-religious organization with the goals to maintain, preserve and perpetuate the cultural heritage of Telugu speaking people of north
Texas, assist and promote cultural, educational, social and community affairs of the Telugu
speaking people in north Texas and foster understanding between the Telugu speaking people and others in the community.
Telugu Association of North America
TANA is an organization of people of Teluguorigin residing in North America. TANA was formed to
preserve and propagate the Telugucultural heritage and maintain the identity of people of Telugu
origin and to provide aforum for Telugu literary, cultural, educational, social, and charitable
interactionsamong its members. Founded in 1977, it is one of the oldest Indo-American national
levelorganizations. TANA, which had its first national conference in 1977, was formally incorporated as a not-for-profit public organization in 1978.
American Telugu Association
ATA is a national non-profit organization to serve the people of Telugu origin in the North America, irrespective of their caste or religion.
North South Foundation
A non-profit organization involved in implementing educational programs to economically disadvantaged
students in India. Basic Research, Education and Development Society (BREAD), is a sister
organization in India implementing the programs.Promote excellence in human endeavor, develop
resources in areas with potential for improvement of the common man, help to achieve a full and
enriched life regardless of religion, gender, caste, or geographic origin, and give hope to those in need.
Telugu Association of Australia Inc
TAAI is a non-profit organisation devoted to the awareness and promotion of Telugu Culture in
Melbourne. TAAI celebrates various Telugu Festivals annually and encourages participation by
members and well-wishers at these functions.
World Telugu Federation (WTF), Chennai
Ankur Plaza,113,G.N.Chetty Road,
WTF was inaugurated in 1993 with the chief objective of promoting and perpetuating not only the language, culture,
art, heritage, traditions but also business of the Telugu people. A very hoary past with tremendous values enrich
the present generation and it is the Federation¡¯s aim to educate and preserve this legacy and inculcate them in the younger generations.
New Zealand Telugu Association
New Zealand Telugu Asoociation (NZTA) was established in 1998 with an intention to maintain the culture of telugu people of India.
Telugu is one of the largest spoken regional languages in India. NZTA has been registered under the New Zealand Society's Act
as a non profit organisation to serve the telugu speaking people living in New zealand and to provide support to other Indian
communities as required fr community, cultural and social Development.