New Jersey: Telangana American Telugu association (T.A.T.A), one and only national non-profit organization of Telangana in USA invites everyone to the Bathukamma and Dasara celebrations starting on September 23 to October 21 in different states.
Dr. Pailla Mala Reddy, advisory committee chair of T.A.T.A was in conference call this Sunday with the T.A.T.A ACs, ECs, BODs, RVPs and RCs. Bathukamma and Dasara are celebrated with traditional fervor, devotion and gaiety across the Telangana. Since all Telalginites residing in USA are away from the home country, T.A.T.A wants to arrange all the requirements to our Telangana community to celebrate this wonderful Devi Navarathri festival. Dr. Pailla spoke to the media and said that “Every year T.A.T.A celebrates almost all the states in USA. On this occasion, we are inviting Folk singers, Musicians, celebrities and Telangana special bands and troops from India”. New York team is celebrating Bathukamma and Dasara on September 24, Saturday at Radisson Hotel, Hauppauge, New York.
Dr. Mohan Patlolla, Advisory member from New Jersey who were also in the call expressed his sincere thanks to the Telangana community who are involved in arrangements for these wonderful festivals. He said that New Jersey T.A.T.A team organizing Bathukamma and Dasara on 23rd, September at Merrill Park, Iselin, NJ. Dr. Rama Malladi, Jt. Secretary, T.A.T.A applauded the entire TATA New Jersey team for their hard work to give the best hospitality to the guests as they are expecting huge crowd on Bathukamma day.
Smt. Jhansi Reddy, President of T.A.T.A voiced her sincere thanks from California to all the BODs, RVPs, SCs and RCs for coming forward to keep up the Telangana culture and tradition by doing our own festivals. She invited all the women in entire USA to participate in Bathukamma celebrations in nationwide. Fresno, California and Bay Area, Indian community center is celebrating Bathukamma and Dasara on September 23rd and 24th. The team getting variety of all flowers to make Bathukamma colorful this time. She also added trying to give JAMMI leaves and show Indian Roller (Palapitta) which brings luck to our Telanganites on this auspicious day.
Mr. Bharath Madadi EVP of TATA from Atlanta thanked all the media partners, sister organizations and well-wishers of T.A.T.A participating in mega festive Bathukamma and Dasara. The best Dasara celebrations among all the states is Atlanta, every year the crowd will be unimaginable and arrangements will be special. This year we are planning to do more artistic and adding traditional Pothuraju to the event.
Mr. Vikram Jangam, secretary, T.A.T.A thanked print and online media for supporting the TATA events and also released event schedules; Delaware valley Dasara on October 7th, Richmond Virginia on October 1st, Lehigh Valley Bathukamma on September 23rd, Boston Bathukamma in Nara park on September 24th and Seattle, Washington Bathukamma on 24th of September released to the media. Whole TATA includes advisory co-chair Dr.Harinath Policherla, members Dr. Vijaypal Reddy, Dr. Sudhakar Vidyala, Advisory Secretary Srinivas Anugu, BODs. RVPs, SCs and RCs spent almost three hours on Sunday evening conference call to make this festive season grand success.
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