• ఉగాది
    సంబరాలు
    2019
  • One Race
    Many Cultures
    One Place
  • దేశ భాషలందు
    తెలుగు లెస్స
  • Spreading
    Indian
    Love
    Across
    Germany

Welcome to Mana Telugu Association Germany (MATA)

Mana Telugu Association Germany, was established in 2015 by a group of enthusiastic and social service oriented Telugu people of Munich. The association is registered in Munich, Germany, as a non-profitable organization to operate under the short name "MATA".

MATA organizes and operates under its own constitution and laws which are defined by the founders in line with German legislation, and the same will be amended time to time to provide better services to the Telugu culture loving people in Germany.

MATA, a non-profit organization, main objective is to bring together all Telugu culture loving people residing in Germany, to establish Telugu literacy and cultural activism to build, maintain and promote understanding and cooperation.

MATA also brings people together for cultural and recreational purposes but clearly with a non-political and non-communal motive, this is to forge and promote cultural understanding and relations.

MATA also provides financial aid to philanthropic educational and scientific institutions and to perform any other charitable activities related to its scope.

Telugu! - Telugu!

Telugu! This word rings a bell in our hearts. A bell so loud and profound that our heads raise to the pinnacle in pride. A traveler from Italy, named Nicola Di Conti, once called Telugu, the Italian of the east. The sweet melody sounds of this very language, aging over 2400 years, have left many cultures around the world fascinated. With over 74 million native speakers for this wonderful language, it happens to have above 5 million non-native speakers. This clearly states the fact that the language has branched itself to a large section of the linguistic cultures across the globe. Being spread across two states in India, this language has had various reforms in the sense of dialect, grammar and its structure. Come what may, the language has only got better and sweeter. Closer to our hearts! We all being the blessed race of this prodigious language and culture, even far away from our homeland, have all collaborated together in its commemoration.

Event Calendar

MATA Ugadi Sambaraalu on 7th April 2019, more details follow soon....

News Updates

New Batch of MATA Mana Telugu Badi Starting soon, more details follow