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The school celebrated ‘Telugu Bhasha Dinotsavam’ on 29th August. The day marks the birth anniversary of Sri Gidugu Venkata Ramamurthy, who popularized Telugu language among the common people by writing in a style that could be understood by the common mass. The Director Smt.M.Ranganayaki, Principal Smt.Visalakshi and teachers offered floral tributes to the portrait of Gidugu Venkata Ramamurthy.

A special assembly was organized by the Telugu Club ‘Saraswatha Parishath’ wherein children presented poems, an article, a song and a skit signifying the importance of Telugu language. “Desa Bhasha Landu Telugu Lessa” as quoted by Sri Krishnadevaraya means that among all the languages spoken in the nation, Telugu is the best. Rani Rudramma Devi’s rebellion against the British was portrayed through a ‘Burra Katha’ – a Telugu art of storytelling. Director Smt.M.Ranganayaki addressed the students and shared her opinion on the importance of Telugu. She also appreciated the work and effort made by the students and Telugu teachers in presenting an excellent programme.