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‘World Telugu meet helps in preserving culture'

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‘World Telugu meet helps in preserving culture'

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The ongoing World Telugu Conference would enable Telugus from various countries to come on to one platform and share ideas on preserving Telugu culture, observed K. Yadagiri, Vice-Chancellor of the Potti Sriramulu Telugu University on Friday.

Addressing the delegates on the second day of the World Telugu Conference at Mauritius, Prof. Yadagiri, said Telugu University was established by former Chief Minister, N. T. Rama Rao to promote emotional integration of Telugus.

Participating in a session on Telugu literature, C. Mrinalini also from the Telugu University said the study of Mahabharata and Ramayana epics helped one understand the struggle between justice and injustice, while research on ancient literature enriched the language. Another faculty, Yendluri Sudhakar rendered poetry on Telugus of Mauritius. Prof. Preethi R. Kumar, brought to light English poem “Heart of India”, by Garimella.

Mauritius Telugu Cultural Trust president, Adinarayana Atchumayya explained the activities of the organisation. Silicon Andhra founder president, Kuchibhotla Anand appealed to the AP Government to encourage music, dance, theatre, painting and sculpture from primary school level itself.


Published: December 15, 2011 00:00 IST | Updated: December 15, 2011 04:22 IST

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