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TAM FOUNDATION EDUCATION LOAN 2017

Loan application is OPEN for submission for year 2017

Closing Date : 30 June 2017

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TAM Foundation Website

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Organise by: TAM HQ

I CARE FOR UPLIFTMENT HUNDIAL LAUNCHING

Date : 29 March 2017
Time : 7.30 pm
Venue : Sri Veerakathy Vinagayar Alayamu, Rawang

More Info Contact
Krishna Rao - 014 924 4133
Apparao - 012 658 0656

Organise by: TAM Rawang

PUCHONG UGADI CELEBRATION

Date : 29 March 2017
Time : 5.30 pm - 10.00 pm
Venue : Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, Pusat Bandar Puchong

More Info Contact
Subbarao - 019 349 2661
Jaggarao - 012 284 5291

Organise by: TAM Puchong

KAJANG UGADI CELEBRATION

Date : 29 March 2017
Time : 6.30 pm onwards
Venue : Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Ladang Rinching Semenyih

More Info Contact

Malaysia Appana
012 631 3851
Subbarao - 016 213 5009

Organise by: TAM Kajang

SHAH ALAM UGADI CELEBRATION & SITA RAMA KALYANAM MAHOTSVAM

Date : 15 April 2017
Time : 4.00 pm onwards
Venue : Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, Puchong

More Info Contact
Sathiarao - 012 284 0229
Somu - 012 930 0137

Organise by: TAM Shah Alam

GOMBAK UGADI CELEBRATION

Date : 15 April 2017
Time : 6.00 pm onwards
Venue : TAM Gombak Saaka

More Info Contact
Dr Iswar - 012 331 9357
Subra - 012 222 6240

Organise by: TAM Gombak

UGADI OPEN HOUSE 2017

Date : 8 April 2017
Time : 1.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Venue : Dataran Merdeka, KL

Organise by: TAM HQ

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  Welcome To TAM Website

The Telugu Association of Malaysia (TAM) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization of people of Telugu origin residing in Malaysia. It was first established in the state of Perak (Lower Perak) on July 17, 1955 under the banner of Malaya Andhra Sanggamu.

On December 16, 1963 it was known as Malaysia Andhra Sanggamu and later from 1983 as TELUGU ASSOCIATION of MALAYSIA (TAM) and otherwise also known as Malaysia Telugu Sanggamu.

In the effort to foster cultural awareness and heritage of the community, the objectives are mainly to promote, preserve and safeguard the Telugu language, economic, social, cultural, spiritual, and educational guidance of the Telugus. There are 30 branches Nationwide and the Telugu Association of Malaysia is serving more than 300,000 Telugu population in Malaysia.

 
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