The Telugu Association of Malaysia (TAM), it is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation of people of Telugu origin residing in Malaysia. It was first established in the state of Bagan Datoh, Perak on 17th July 1955, as Malaya Andhra Sangamu.
On 16th December 1963 it was renamed as Malaysia Andhra Sangamu and again renamed on 2nd October 1983 as TELUGU ASSOCIATION MALAYSIA.
In our effort to safeguard cultural awareness, heritage and preserve the Telugu language, TAM established about 30 TAM branches and representing about 500,000 Telugus in Malaysia.
TAM members are well rounded participants coming from all walks of life including professionals and entrepreneurs.
TAM is ever proud to remind as the organiser of 2nd World Telugu Conference and TAM Silver Jubilee Celebration in the year 1981 in Malaysia. In the year 2006 again, Telugu International Cultural Conference and TAM Golden Jubilee.
TAM adopts a tradition of celebration most important festivals such as Sankarati, Ugadi (Telugu New Year), Sri Rama Nawami and Deepavali. TAM as a cultural organisation takes great pride in conducting special events with the reputed personalities from music, cinema, political and administrative arena as TAM grow and prosper.
Telugu association realizes the importance of unifying Telugu members by organizing cultural, educational, religious and social activities in order to preserve and promote Telugu Language and culture, and living in harmony with other communities.
To Uphold The Dignity and Identity of Telugu Community In The Multi-Racial Context of Malaysia
To promote, preserve and safeguard the Telugu language. Economic, Social, Cultural, Spiritual, Religion and Educational interest of Telugu community of Malaysia. Besides to encourage formation of co-operatives and other welfare schemes, and to create a sense of fraternity among Telugus and other communities at large.
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