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Telugu Velugu - A new Telugu monthly magazine launched today from Eenadu Group

Media News
Bangalore, August 30, 2012

In yet another endeavour from Eenadu, Telugu Velugu - the monthly magazine was launched today with a missionary zeal to invigorate the cultural identity of Andhra Pradesh among its readers.

The magazine aims to capture the sensibility of the glorious Telugu culture and language in its entirety and sensitize readers about the sheer variety of Telugu language and its rich subtleties.

Telugu Velugu with very interesting and high-involvement content would instantly connect to the grassroots; as it would rediscover the expressions and phrases across all the Telugu speaking regions and give the nuances of language a focus.

Exploring the depths of the regional culture and putting it in the forefront, Telugu Velugu will have its signature simple language usage and lots of informative articles about its artistic and cultural heritage, short stories and poems. Drawing heavily from Telugu Literature, Folk Songs or Kirthanas (Classical) the inspirational content put in a universal context finds the finest expression in the purest Telugu language.

The 100-page colour magazine will have exclusivity in terms of orientation, content selection and language usage. The magazine will have high production values and distribution network of Eenadu priced at just Rs 20 will have easy acceptability in the market place.

For further information, please contact:

Ramoji Film City
G Lakshmi
Email: lakshmi.g@ramojifilmcity.com

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