(Telugu Association of North America) Founded in 1977
and incorporated as a non-profit by 1978, TANA is one of the oldest
and largest Indo-American national-level organizations, boasting
over 32,000 members across The USA and Canada. Consistent with its
charter, the Telugu Association of North America (TANA) is an organization
formed to perpetuate, integrate, and assimilate the cultural heritage
of the Telugu-speaking people of the North American continent into
the mainstream of the cultural heritage of North America.
(American Telugu Association) American Telugu Association
was formally incorporated as not-forprofit organization in Illinois
in September 1990 and also received tax exempt status at the same
time. The main purpose of the organization is to assist and promote
literary, cultural, educational, religious, social, economic, health
and community activities of the people of Telugu origin as well
as to promote exchange programs for students, scientists, and professionals
of telugu origin between the United States of America, Canada and
India and other countries.
Telugu Association (TAL) is formed in 2005 and its
main aims are preserve, maintain and carry forward the cultural
heritage of Telugu Community in the UK. .Assist and propagate cultural,
literary, educational, social, economic and community affairs of
the people of Telugu community in UK. Organise periodic Telugu literary,
cultural and educational conferences, seminars, workshops to promote
TAL objectives; and, to collaborate, cooperate, assist and encourage
Telugu literary, cultural and educational conferences, seminars
in the UK and other countries.
Association) is a non-profit organization devoted to
the awareness and promotion of Telugu culture in the Greater San
Francisco Bay Area. Formed in 1971, is one of the biggest Indo-American
organizations in San Francisco Bay Area and is one of the oldest
Telugu Associations in North America.
Telugu Association is an Incorporated non-profit voluntary
organization representing and serving the majority of the Telugu
community of Sydney since 1993.
Association of Australia Founded in 1992 by eager Telugu
speaking people wanting to promote goodwill at large, the Telugu
Association of Australia Incorporated (or TAAI as it’s affectionately
called) was born. Based in Melbourne TAAI is a non-profit volunteer
organisation. TAAI was founded with a main objective of spreading
the Telugu culture and literature amongst the Melbourne Telugu community
as well as other communities elsewhere in Victoria.
Andhra is a non-profit organization with goals to maintain
and perpetuate the Telugu Samskriti(Culture), Sahityam(Literature),
and Sampradayam(Tradition) among the Telugu speaking people of USA.
SiliconAndhra intends to organize unique cultural and literary events
that depict the rich cultural heritage traditions and arts of Andhra
Cultural Association of Greater Toronto is a non-profit
organization promotes and conducts Telugu cultural events in Greater
Telugu Samajam (STS) Singapore Telugu Samajam (STS)
was founded in 1975, with the sole purpose of bringing together
all the Telugu Community in Singapore.The Samajam is registered
under Societies act in Singapore.