Let's Protect Our Telugu Language
Telugu is not a language. It’s an emotion that resembles our character. Well, every language has its importance. Likewise, Telugu had its own. Telugu is the 3rd most spoken language in India and ranks 16th worldwide. It has been widely praised since the ages by natives as well as foreigners. It carried numerous cultures throughout generations and has influenced many languages worldwide.
About the Founder
“A pace of Journey to learn to explore the world.”
In this world every region has its own significance. Villages are twigs and branches of our country, India. Cordial communicating villages give an integral message and showcase our rich culture. I was born in one such village named Velpoor located in Nizamabad District of Telangana, on 10th July 1959.
My beloved parents Smt. Tayaramma and Sri. Narasimha Chari belonged to a very poor family and I am the only son to them. My parents ran a school in an animal shed, near my home. Around 45% of school going kids studied at my home. During evenings, most of the adults after completing their work, would come to my father to learn Telugu language. They all learnt basics of reading and writing in Telugu. I used to sit with my father while he was teaching others. That is how, I learnt and fell in love with learning and teaching Telugu.
I completed my matriculation in ZPHS Velpoor, Nizamabad in 1976. I completed my Intermediate and Bachelor’s Degree courses in Arts and Science College Armor, BA (EPP) in 1981, B.ED in 1989 and M.A. (Telugu) in Osmania University, in July 2005. After completion of degree, me along with my friends started a primary school in 1982. And my eternal journey of teaching began.