Telugu Worship

Telugu is a Dravidian language in origin, primarily spoken in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, 
where it is the official language. It is the Dravidian language with the largest number of speakers (including 
non-native speakers), the second most spoken language in India after Hindi/Urdu and one of the twenty-three national languages of the Republic of India. In addition, it is also spoken among a diaspora population in the USA, Malaysia, Mauritius, South Africa, Fiji, Réunion, Trinidad and the UK among other countries around 
the world. Telugu is one of the languages of Carnatic Music, the Classical music of South India. Telugu is also popularly called the Italian of the East, because spoken Telugu sounds as though every word ends in a vowel, hence giving it a mellifluous quality. (more info...)

Click here to see the 4 Spiritual Laws written in Telugu.pdf

Audio Introduction
/songbook cover
Halleluyah Stutti Mahimah

Kaluwari Silovah
Ni Dari Chere Danu 
(Come To You)

More to come!

TELUGU WORSHIP (from India 2007 video)