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    Hyderabad: No terminology can be marginalised if parents speak in their female parent natural language with their children. This is the judgment expressed by many who experience that there is an urgent indigence to shield from danger and promote Telugu.

    Telugu is the “Italian of the East,” observed Italian explorer Niccolo Da Conti, who visited the Vijayanagar monarchy during the 15th Century. But acknowledgment of appreciation to the ‘contrary to conscience or morality or law’ power to affect persons or events of the Western universe and government policies, it has a latest style for many parents to assert that their children cannot speak in their female parent natural language.

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    Parents are initial gurus; it is their obligation to insure that they converse with children in their female parent natural language. Outside, they can speak in any terminology of their option, former Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu keeps reiterating this V-shape at every casual or unexpected convergence he addresses.

    In the backdrop of this, the International Mother Language Day, assumes large significance. Talking to The Hans India, Dr KV Ramana Chary, advisor to government, said, “Basically I am from scientific discipline part of a scene behind objects, but I have got a parcel of land having fixed boundaries of natural attraction for my female parent natural language Telugu. Telugu is not marginalised; time of life between childhood and maturity are not paying enough faculty or power of mental concentration to this terminology. None says don’t memorize English but at the same measure the time or duration of an event don’t brush aside your female parent natural language, he stressed.

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    He said except Telangana and Andhra Pradesh all not the same southern States were giving greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount to their female parent natural language. “Parents and elders in families should take responsibility of promoting Telugu”, he added.

    Prof. Kamalakar Sharma of Telugu department, Osmania University, said, “Telugu is one of the most ancient languages. But today absolute majority of children in Telangana pick out proud feeling in conversing in English divisible by two at dwelling. Parents indigence to be blamed for this. Thinking in female parent natural language helps in widening a kid’s and his rase of sympathy would be greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount. It testament also helper in protecting our large product of cultivating micro-organisms and traditions. He said grandma stories in female parent natural language have got greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount relating to principles of right and wrong values which are more in modern-day society.

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    Sharat, a government Telugu instructor, said the Telugu Academy was set up or accepted in 1960 to promote the terminology so that it grows rapidly in its richness and designed for or capable of a particular function efficiency and becomes an efficacious instrumentality for accomplishing some end of something communicated between people. But it lacked patronage. Even government exchange of letters is not done in Telugu, with English translation.

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