TAGB announced during the celebrations the introduction of a charity team with the plan of doing community service in greater Boston.
The Telugu Association of Greater Boston (TAGB) on April 14 held the Ugadi and Srirama Navami celebrations at the Northborough Algonquin High School, which was attended by thousands of members of the organization.
The celebrations saw the members of TAGB decorating the school with traditional design and serving of Ugadi pacchadi and paankam, which represent the Telugu tradition.
This year’s Ugadi and Srirama Navami celebrations was sponsored by Priyanka Vallepalli of Quality Matrix, real estate agent Prasad Anem, Desi Prime Realty’s Kiran Guandavarapu and others.
Kiran Gundavarapu couple of Desi Prime Realty inaugurated the event by lighting the lamp. TAGB’s President Manimala Chalupadi gave the welcome speech.
In addition to the spiritual songs of the children, chants, dance medleys, classical music and classical dance performances, Kalyan Kattamuri’s “Kitakitalu” comedy was applauded by the audience.
With more than 45 programs that ran for approximately 9 hours, the artistes captivated the audience who came to attend the celebrations.
For the first time ever, TAGB announced during the celebrations the introduction of a charity team with the plan of doing community service in greater Boston.
According to its press release on Wednesday, April 18, the organization will be doing community service in Lowell Soup Kitchen.
TAGB honored Madhavi Doneppadi for her outstanding services in Greater Boston area. She was felicitated by Dr. Haribabu Muddana, Babu Rao Polavarapu, Sairani and Dr. Ammani Dasari, Mohan Nannapaneni and Sasikant Vallepalli.