[ Bammera Pothana - 15th century ]
A Growing Community of Telugu People in Japan..
JTS....Started as a small group of friends meeting in their residence to celebrate telugu funtions around 12 years age, now grown up as community of over 250 to 300 people getting together to celebrate UGADI and vanabojanalu yearly once. Our sincere thanks to the founder and all the volunteers who worked over the years organizing these functions and helping JTS community to grow and establish Telugu identity and building a strong platform for telugu people to come together and celebrate.
[ For more details check out the About us page ]
tl_files/fM_k0006/images/heading_left.png Objectives of JTS
This web site is run by group of volunteers and telugu friends, With the objectives of providing a common platform for Telugu prople living in japan to get in touch with each other, and find new frineds who speak the same mother tongue.
  • Building an opportunity for Telugu people in japan to come together and celebrate Telugu func  tions like they  do back home.
  • Preserving the Telugu Culture and introducing the culture to our Children who grow up here  away from the  home land.
  • Support, help and promote Telugu events organized by various members in the community.
  • To be the point of connection for Telugu people in japan
tl_files/fM_k0006/images/heading_left.png Telugu Language and Culture
Telugu belongs to the  South-centra Dravidian language subfamily. Whose members originated from the proto-Dravidian Spoken in the central part of the Deccan plateau. Telugu is mainly spoken in the state of Andhra Oradesh and to a lesser extent in the neighboring states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Orissa, and Chhattisgarh in India. It is also spoken in Bahrain, Fiji, Malaysia, Mauritius, The United Arab Emirates, the United States and the United Kingdom where There is a Considerable Telugu Diaspora. Telugu is the Second largest Spoken language in India after Hindi(extract from wikipedia)  
[ For more details on Telugu language ]