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    Siliconandhra Manabadi | Telugu language classes in Canada are a success..!

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    Siliconandhra Manabadi’s Telugu speaking competition for children took place in Toronto on the 18th of this month. Around 50 children participated in this competition, where they showcased their talent in speaking Telugu. The children demonstrated their skills in three categories: debate, recitation, and storytelling. Through these competitions, a great effort was made to generate interest in the Telugu language among the younger generation.

    The winners in the Budathalu category (ages 5-9) were as follows:

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    Debate: Anish Kappagantu, Geethika Potireddy

    Recitation: Charvi Sri Rallapalli, Geethika Potireddy

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    Storytelling: Geethika Potireddy, Charvi Sri Rallapalli

    The winners in the Sisindri category (ages 10-15) were as follows:

    Debate: Advait Reddy Chinnakalapu, Tanvi Vadrevu

    Recitation: Janani Devineni, Rajdeep Yanamalachintala

    Storytelling: Shreyas Nethi, Advait Reddy Chinnakalapu

    The children who won in these preliminary rounds will be participating in the international finals that will be held in Dallas, USA, starting from the first week of September. Siliconandhra Manabadi aims to preserve our mother tongue and provide it a bright future. It is a platform that started with the main objective of promoting Telugu literature and cultural traditions.

    Siliconandhra Manabadi Canada division has set a record as an organization that does not expect any profits since 2013. With approximately 1500 students, the organization has been working day by day to promote Telugu culture. Many language enthusiasts, including teachers and coordinators, are voluntarily serving with the aim of preserving the Telugu language. With a specific curriculum, Telugu lessons are taught along with programs like Balanandam, children’s festivals, and other language-related activities that help build self-confidence, express emotions, and develop leadership qualities in children. If you want to register your child in “Manabadi,” please contact our nearest Manabadi center coordinator. For more information, visit https://manabadiportal.siliconandhra.org/.

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