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Sunday, 20 February 2011

IMPORTANT: To learn Telugu Easily and Fastly using this website, I advise you to go to the homepage and go through all my posts. You will find links to all posts in the homepage. Ignore this message if you are already in the homepage.

Dear Telugu learners,

Welcome to my site !!
This site is my humble attempt to teach Telugu (mostly which is spoken by native Telugu people in their day to day conversations or that which is used in Telugu movies) to everyone who is interested in learning it. Among all Indian languages, Telugu is closest to the divine Sanskrit in terms of both vocabulary and pronunciation.

This page is the homepage which is like "Table of Contents" to the entire site and contains links to all the posts that I wrote. Go through all the posts and I wish you a happy learning :).

A. Early Posts:

These posts were written when I started the blog and had a rough plan. (Definitely worth going through!)
  1. Simple Words of Telugu Language
  2. Simple Verbs - Few Illustrations which have subject as 'You' (informal or friendly)
  3. All Sentences - First Person Singular ( 'I' ) - Informal Conversations
  4. All sentences - Second Person Singular ( 'You' ) - Informal Conversations
  5. Verbs of Telugu Language in Informal, Colloquial, Normal Day-to-Day Conversations - All Persons, All Tenses

B. Telugu Learning Kit from C.P.Brown Academy, Hyderabad

A set of four wonderful modules (Hard copy worth Rs 400 approx but free as soft copy i.e., available for free download)
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    Anonymous,  11 August 2011 at 23:32  

    Thank you for your wonderful site. However, unable to access the pdf files Telugu SabdhamAla (Vocabulary). There is an error in the document while saving or directly opening.

    Kindly resolve the same

    A Telugu Guy 12 August 2011 at 00:04  

    Probably you didn't read about the 'splitter' program that I mentioned in that article. The two files, Part 01 and Part 02 are part files and are NOT pdfs i.e., you can't open them. To do that, first you have to download the splitter program and unsplit(or join) those two files to create a single file. This file will be a pdf and can be opened. Anyway this weekend I'll try to upload the whole files without splitting, as skydrive now allows uploading of files upto 100 MB in size.

    Anonymous,  30 December 2011 at 17:38  

    Chala thanks..mee blog Naku Chala ishtam..(thnx a lot ..I liked your blog.. )hope it's correct!!

    A Telugu Guy 30 December 2011 at 17:48  

    yeah..it's correct!
    chAla bAga cheppAru* thelugulo... :)
    (*pronounce 'A' here as 'a' in bash or in bat but NOT like 'a' in bar)

    and Thanks for your words of praise about my blog :)

    Dinesh,  11 February 2012 at 13:18  

    Sir naaku telugulo matlaadatam chala chala istam . but i can't download voacabulary file please help me for the same

    A Telugu Guy 11 February 2012 at 13:38  

    Have you downloaded splitter (present for download on the same page) and used it to unsplit/join the two part files ? (note that the part files by themselves are not pdfs. only when they are joined using that splitter program, they form a pdf)

    Srikanth Govindan,  22 May 2012 at 13:16  

    Wow... Superb:) I was searching online for past 2 weeks for telugu learning sessions. And at last i found you... feeling very happy. Thank you so much for your wonderful efforts. Now let me start learning...... :D

    Suryambika 2 June 2012 at 03:20  

    u have a nice blog sir.......I found it very useful for learning telugu.....I like telugu movies so much....also i want to learn telugu language......thnx again 4 such a nice blog

    Viji Naidu 2 June 2012 at 23:44  

    superb site.. hats off of to the person who is translating all the words.. superb..

    Telgulo ela matladalani chaala anthaga cheptharu..

    I site choosi telugulo clearga ela matladalani nerchukuna

    thanks thanks once again

    A Telugu Guy 3 June 2012 at 10:02  

    Thanks Suryambika and Viji Naidu for finding this site useful :)
    Currently I am very very busy with my work. Once I finish it I plan to add more content to the site.
    Thanks again!

    sharlinie,  7 June 2012 at 21:23  

    Finally I have found a good website after looking for 1 for days! I would love to learn and speak Telugu soon as I will be going to Hyderabad in 2 months! Thank you for this site.

    A Telugu Guy 9 June 2012 at 10:37  

    Thanks sharlinie for liking my site :)

    AKHIL.V.S 10 July 2012 at 23:25  
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    Anonymous,  11 September 2012 at 22:28  

    Please translate this composition into English. Thanks

    Raaraa Venugopa Baala Raajita Sadguna Jaya Sheela

    Saarasaaksha Nera Memi Maarubaari Korvaleraa

    Nandagopaalaa Ne Nendu Pojaalaa Nee
    Vindu Raaraa Sadamalamadito Mudamala Raganaa Keduruga Gadiyara (Raaravenu)

    Palumaa Runugaa Ravamuna Nin Pilachina Palukavu Nalugakuraa
    Karivarada Marimarina Adharamugro Larakani Karamuga

    Raa Nagadara Raa Murahara Raa Bhavahara Raaveraa
    Ee Maguvanu Ee Lalalanu Ee Sogasini Chekoraa
    Korikalim Pondaa Dendamu Neeyanda Cherenu Neechenta Maruvakuraa Karamulache
    Marimari Ninu Sharanane dara

    A Tamilian in Rome,  10 November 2013 at 15:56  

    My Heart-felt APPRECIATION to the C.P.Brown institute and the people who have worked hard to realize this site.
    I am from Tamil Nadu but presently in Rome for a while.
    As I wished to learn a little bit of Telugu to converse with my Telugu friends, this site came as a boon to me.
    I find your site very useful.
    I do hope to learn Telugu not only to converse but also to appreciate the language just as I appreciate the people from my neighbor state of Andhra Pradesh.

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