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YOUTH GOTONG ROYONG

Date : 6 February 2016
Time : 9.00 am
Venue : Telugu Samskrutika Nilayam (TSN)

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Mr Ganes Murthy
011 1117 5515

Organise by: TAM Youth HQ

TAM ACADEMY BOOMI POOJA

Date : 12 February 2016
Time : 7.00 am
Venue : TSN Rawang.

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Mr ADR Naidu - 016 277 4453

Organise by: TAM HQ

UGADHI OPEN HOUSE

April 2016
10am - 10pm
Dataran Merdeka,
Kuala Lumpur

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Mr ADR Naidu - 016 277 4453

Organise by: TAM HQ

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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 : -
Message by:
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
Message by:
Naidu
03-40439999
adrnaidu@yahoo.com.my




‪#‎దీపావళి‬ ‪#‎శుభాకాంక్షలు‬ Mee jeevitam ROCKET anta ettuki edagaala.. Mee kalalu FLOWER POT la vikasinchaalani.. Mee inta navvulu BHOO CHAKRA la tiragaalani.. Mee bhaadhalanni LAXMI BOMB la pelaalani.. Koerutoo….DIWALI wishes to u all…. From Seenu & Family Century Events
Message by:
srinivasa rao
0102652408
centuryentertainments@gmail.com




TAM Johor Sankranti Kala Rathiri 2016 Celebration. Date: 30th January 2016 Time: 4.30pm Venue: 55b, Jalan Jaguh 1, Taman Harmoni 2, Skudai, Johor
Message by:
Mr.Thineshraw
0182220225
thineshraw.ne5h@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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