The greatest and most powerful gift a parent can give their children is to pass their language and culture. Literacy in the mother tongue strengthens cultural identity and heritage. The mother tongue plays a very important role in developing thoughts, shaping experiences, exploring customs, and articulating values. Our mother tongue Telugu with its mellifluous qualities is called the "Italian of the East"Â. Its pride lies in its evolutionary expansion to suit every form of expression.
Encouraging young children to learn our Mother Tongue TELUGU would help them to develop confidence, self-esteem and their unique identity in the global world. With this as the mission SiliconAndhra started ManaBadi Telugu classes in April 2007. The parents and grandparents are thrilled about the results.
Focus on all aspects - reading, writing and speaking.
Definite Course Outline and Material for each level with formal tests to assess students' performance.
Books and Materials are prepared with support and guidance from highly reputed Telugu Linguists and Professors from Central Institute of Indian Languages (Mysore) and Sri Potti Sriramulu Telugu University (Hyderabad). Sri Potti Sriramulu Telugu University recognizes the ManaBadi program and awards certificates to students every year.
For more information on fees and structure of classes please get in touch with Mrs. Hima Jayanty on 07515887773 (or email: email@example.com)
Every class is 2 hours (except for BalaBadi classes which are only 90 minutes). There will be only one class per weekend, either Saturday or Sunday depending on the location.
SiliconAndhra invites everyone to join hands in promotingÃÂ"Telugudanam"Â across the world. Let us encourage our kids to learn Telugu.
Telugu association of Scotland (TAS) is a voluntary non-profit, non-religious and non-political organization representing and serving majority of Telugu community in Scotland since the year 2002. The key objective is to integrate, To integrate, preserve, maintain, and perpetuate the cultural heritage of the people of Telugu origin in Scotland. A platform to assist and propagate cultural, education, social, economic and community affairs within the Scotland.