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TAM KLANG
FAMILY SPORTS CARNIVAL


Date : 16th September 2015
Time : 7.30am - 1.00pm
Venue : Klang Jaya Hall,

Breakfast & Lunch Provided.

More Info Contact:
Vijay Rao 019 334 4248

Organise by: TAM Klang

TELUGU CLASS TEACHER MEETING

Date : 19th September 2015
Time : 9.30am - 5.00pm
Venue : Wisma Telugu Udarama Complex

Attendance is compulsory for all teachers and asst teachers.

Organise by: TAM HQ

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You have been doing great job,serving telugu people with passion
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Krishna
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Anyone from the Bandar Sunway / Subang Jaya area who wish to be members of the Telugu Association of Malaysia , please contact : -
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Siva Soorianarayanan
016-6161444
sivashanker_80@yahoo.com.au




Telugu spoken classes available at Wisma Telugu, Jalan Ipoh, KL. Every Sunday 4pm to 6pm. Limited for 30 students only. Open for ALL. Register NOW
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Naidu
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my heartiest congratulations to all the members of tam for inviting my niece kum. Majusha venkata rama krishnan to malaysia for the kuchipudi dance.
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m.madhava
09440518837
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Priya Mitrulaku Vandanamulu, Mitrulara! Telugu classes are available at all our TAM Branches every week. Kindly send your children. Thank you.
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Sree Ramulu Semenchalam
0340439999
thamhq@gmail.com




 
 
  Welcome To TAM Website

The Telugu Association of Malaysia (TAM) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization of people of Telugu origin residing in Malaysia. It was first established in the state of Perak (Lower Perak) on July 17, 1955 under the banner of Malaya Andhra Sanggamu.

On December 16, 1963 it was known as Malaysia Andhra Sanggamu and later from 1983 as TELUGU ASSOCIATION of MALAYSIA (TAM) and otherwise also known as Malaysia Telugu Sanggamu.

In the effort to foster cultural awareness and heritage of the community, the objectives are mainly to promote, preserve and safeguard the Telugu language, economic, social, cultural, spiritual, and educational guidance of the Telugus. There are 30 branches Nationwide and the Telugu Association of Malaysia is serving more than 300,000 Telugu population in Malaysia.

 
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