Of course, one could notice those ‘Telugu Talli’ statues being erected at various venues that are going to host the Prapancha Telugu Mahasabhalu event in Hyderabad from December 15th. Already the hoardings that feature legendary figures like Sri Sri spoke volumes about the way Telangana CM KCR is dealing with this event.
Moving on, we have to say that Telangana state will however won’t sing the famous “Maa Telugu Talliki Malle Poola Danda” song if we have to believe. On the eve of these Mahasabhalu, actually, CM KCR will be unveiling a new song for the newly created stated, say sources.
A song that goes by the lyric “Telangana Bhoo Matruke Suprabhbatam”, written by academician Ayachitam Nateswara Sarma, will be unveiled at the event. First ever rendition of this song is being done by Tollywood singer Nitya Santoshini. Reports are coming that this song is the replacement to Maa Telugu Talli song.
At the same time, the event will hold a debate that discusses the origins of Telugu language, with relation to the location. While the latest claim is that first ever inscriptions of Telugu are found in Telangana region, archaeologists are maintaining that the early Telugu inscription dates back to 300 BC and was found in Battiprolue near Guntur, where there existed Amaravathi region.