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Newsletter May 2009

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Sravanthi
Newsletter of Telugu Association of Australia, Melbourne
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Greetings to all and welcome to the third edition of Sravanti this year.
In my last message, I talked about keeping you informed of the Management Committee
action plans as we go along. The theme of this message is membership drive. The three
initiatives listed below relating to membership drive are one of the early priorities for the
committee:

• Membership drive to increase life and annual membership of TAAI. Membership


is the life blood of any organisation and without the active participation and support of
members, TAAI will not be strong and healthy on a sustainable basis. Management
Committee plans to actively undertake a membership drive in all localities of
Melbourne. As part of this drive, the committee members expect to contact as many
people as possible in the community to sign up as members. We request you, who are
not life members currently, either to renew their membership if they have been
members in the past or take up membership if they have not been members at all.
Taking up life membership is another option for those who are not currently life We’re on the Web!
members. We also take this opportunity to request TAAI members to talk to others in
the community regarding taking up TAAI membership. Membership fee details are See us at:
given later in this note.
www.taai.org.au
• Maintain up to date and accurate membership list (life and annual). One of the
challenges for the Management Committee is not only creating an accurate
membership list but maintain it as we go along. The Management Committee is
planning to achieve this objective by using a list that was considered to be reasonably
accurate from the recent past and build it in to an up to date and current list. This is
going to be a tedious process and takes time and effort. But we believe it is important
to achieve this if TAAI is to maintain an accurate membership list and it is a statutory
requirement to maintain correct membership list at all times.
• Maintain a database of membership contact details and of non members in the
community. The email list that is currently available needs to be verified for its
accuracy and completeness. With an up to date database of contact details, we will be
able to serve our membership better in terms of TAAI communications and Sravanti
distribution among other things.

Also, there is one other initiative that I like to mention here. Management Committee would
like to get feedback from you on your expectations of TAAI, activities that you like TAAI to
take up and what is important to you as a TAAI member. We will be sending a feedback
form to you all seeking your valuable inputs shortly.

Please note that the membership form is included in Sravanti and you can also download
from TAAI website. TAAI Membership fee details are as follows:

Life Membership: $250;

Annual Membership Family: $25;

Annual Membership: Single: $15

I hope you enjoy reading this edition of Sravanti. Stay tuned.

Gopal Tangirala

President TAAI
On Behalf of Management Committee
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New TAAI Committee - 2009

Gopal Tangirala – President


Mr Gopal Tangirala was one of the Founder members of Telugu
Association of Australia Inc and a founding secretary of the
Association in 1992. Gopal Tangirala has also served as President
during 2001-02 in the Association’s tenth anniversary. Mr Tangirala
believes strongly in bringing the organisation closer to its member
base and TAAI to champion members and their interests.

Mrs Vijaya Tangirala – Vice-President


Mrs Vijaya Tangirala is involved in various community, social and
charity organisations over the last 20 years and keenly interested in
making a difference in everything that she gets involved. One of her
passions over the last five years is to coordinate a multitude of
activities that of special interest to Telugu ladies under the banner of
Telugu Ladies Club (TLC). She also actively participates in Melbourne
Telugu Radio.

Mrs Krishna Betanabhatla – Secretary


Mrs Krishna Betanabhatla is involved with TAAI over the last 14
years mainly organising various activities for TAAI functions and
helping TAAI committees over the period as needed. Krishna is a
community minded person and willing to help out any one in the
community to the best of her ability. She is also involved in Telugu
ladies club activities since its inception.

Srinivasa Rao Gangula – Treasurer


Mr Srinivasa Rao Gangula is a member of the Telugu community for
about 15 years and keenly interested in community activities. He has
been helping the TAAI committees over the past several years in
various activities.

Lakshmi Peri – Member


Mrs Lakshmi Peri moved from Zambia to Melbourne a couple of
years back and somewhat new in the Telugu community. Mrs Peri is
keen to participate in TAAI activities in her new capacity and
believes she can make a difference in encouraging recently arrived
families to participate in TAAI activities and connect with the Telugu
community in Melbourne at large.

Mallikeswara Rao Konchada – Member


Mr Mallikeswara Rao Konchada has been a member of Melbourne
Telugu community close to ten years. Mr Konchada is well known in
the Telugu community of Melbourne for his Poetic and literary talents.
He, with the help of his wife Pratyusha and son Hari publishes the bi-
monthly Telugu magazine ‘Sravanti’ for TAAI.
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“THE INDIAN STUDENT IN AUSTRALIA” LIFE CYCLE

Australia is at the receiving end of the Indian students make up almost 18%
$14.2 billion a year, overseas student percent of Australia’s total foreign
industry. This makes it the third biggest student population, only second to
export industry in Australia, behind coal China. However, a majority of Indian
and iron ore. students come from tyring
circumstances back in India, most
Parents, do not merely send their misled about employment opportunities
children to study in countries like and unrealistic life styles.
Australia, but also buy apartments in
cities like Melbourne and Sydney for Part of the blame lies with parents who
their children to live in while they are aware of the struggles the child has
study. But this is only one side of the gone through, however, merely boast
story. Most of us are all too familiar that their child is happily living in
with the other picture… one where the Australia, thus inspiring other children
student comes from a middle class and parents to pursue similar paths.
family, parents pool their limited
resources, sell their houses and take Also to be blamed is our education
loans to pay for the huge cost of system. India is home to several world
education of their sons and daughters. class universities and educational
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institutions. (Indian institute of in Australia. Funnily enough, the


technology has been ranked in top warning goes out, not to the culprits or
10 technical institutions around the the community in general, but to the
world. Also Indian school of Indian student to keep a low profile in
business is ranked in top 15 public, not to speak loudly in their
business schools around the globe. native tongue or display signs of wealth!
Indian universities are recognized
world wide in technical, What about many locals and other
management and medical studies). foreigners who scream their hearts out
But seats are limited and competition is on their mobile phones while traveling
extremely high. Employment in trams and trains? And what do they
opportunities are limited. So students say about people who volunteer to treat
move overseas in search of greener all the travellers on the trams or trains
“after eating pastures. to their I-pod music?
innumerable burnt
dinners, being mugged I myself came as a student around 8 An Indian student on average spends
by criminals in small years ago. I worked for an overseas around $30000 each year on fees, and
dark alleys, being education consultant in India. The staff also contributes to the Australian
asked several times, were trained to tell students who economy in the form of food and other
“are you sure you are wished to go to Australia that, initially expenses, employment taxes, rent etc.
not calling me from they will spend on education, however, Several students wish to stay back after
Bombay?” and being finding a place is easy, they can share studies and gain permanent residency.
fortunate enough to with a few other students, within a (And why not? It only seems fair after all
be one of the couple of weeks, they can find a job in the money they have spent in gaining
privileged few to petrol stations, libraries etc and once education). But the reality again is,
obtain a Permanent they finish their studies, they can find students find it tough to cope with the
Residency, is the their dream jobs in IT or if lucky, even ever changing student migration policy.
“Indian student in work for the university itself, get
Australia” life cycle Permanent Residency if they like and, Around 47,639 student visas were
complete?” your life is a breeze! I said these words, granted to Indian nationals during 2007-
to many prospective students, I also 08 and only 5,772 went on to get
believed in them. I ended up in permanent residence visas.
Australia just like the others, only to
find that the reality was very different! Finally, after paying several thousands
of dollars in fees, 2 or 3 years of
On average, the Indian student in patience, after eating innumerable
Australia struggles financially and may burnt dinners, being mugged by
be paid less than the legal wage. The criminals in small dark alleys, being
relative deficit of language and cultural asked several times, “are you sure you
skills can make it hard to find are not calling me from Bombay?” and
employment than their domestic peers. being fortunate enough to be one of the
privileged few to obtain a Permanent
An Indian student in Australia is hit by a Residency, is the “Indian student in
major culture shift, lifestyle change Australia” life cycle complete?
(most of them would never have
performed any household chores) and is A friend of mine, an engineer from BITS
also expected to carry the financial PILANI INDIA who works for a call centre
burden of his or her family back in here and myself got into a taxi the other
India. day and hit a conversation with the
driver. He casually asked me my
From a highly protected environment profession. He then proudly mentioned
back home, they suddenly find that he has completed his Masters in
themselves in a high pressure, high risk Information Technology in Melbourne
environment. and has been driving a taxi for the last
11 months. He hopes to become a
As if this is not enough, Indian students software professional very soon.
have recently become victims of crime
Sonia Penumarthy
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Mother’s day celebrations in India!


The concept of Mother's Day is in its early stages in India, but surely catching up. I think
it’s a remarkable achievement for this, mainly American festival to make its presence felt
in our culturally diverse country ‘India’. Although Mother's Day is not a totally new
concept in India, as we have been celebrating festivals like Durga Puja and Kali Puja -
honoring the divine goddesses as mother of all mankind. The tradition of 'Mother Worship'
is very ancient, and has always been part of Indian Religion and culture.
The worship of God in the form of Mother is a unique contribution of the Hindu Mind. A Source:mrukant.googlepages.
devotee worships God as Divine Mother, appeals to Her tenderness and unconditional love. com/.../mothersday-full.jpg
Such love bonds the devotee with God, like a child with mother. Just as a child feels safe
and secure in the lap of his/her mother, a devotee feels safe and secure in the presence
of the Divine Mother.
“The tradition of
The mother is considered poojaniya (prayer worthy) in India since the Vedas.
'Mother Worship' is
But a day totally dedicated to a person's own mother is something new. Maybe the very ancient, and has
success of Mothers Day in India is felt due to the emotions attached to the festival. All in always been part of
all it gives us a great opportunity to realize the importance of this day and dedicate it to Indian Religion and
the great efforts undertaken by our mother’s in our upbringing. culture.”
Pratyusha Konchada

Indian Gooseberries – A complete health tonic known to improve


vitality, resistance to illnesses and slowing down the ageing process.

Indian Gooseberry or Amla is the most 3.Amla is a nervous system stimulant. It is


popular herb since the age of saints and an amazing brain tonic which helps boost
rishis. It’s a household name in India and your memory.
has been able to impress people across the
4.Keep your eyesight in good condition by
world for its excellent health benefits.
having gooseberry juice mixed with a
Modern nutritionists equates Amla's most
little honey. It has the capacity to treat
abundant source of Vitamin C with as much
nearsightedness and cataract to an
as 20 times of an orange. It’s astonishing to
extent.
know that its vitamin C content does not
diminish with cooking. This very property 5.Want to increase your weight in a www.gonomad.com/.../labels/
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of gooseberry makes it extraordinary. healthy manner then you should consume
Gooseberry has many other nutritious more of gooseberries. It helps in balancing
benefits. nitrogen levels very well which helps in
increasing your weight.
In India, consuming gooseberry is considered
the best antidote against aging-related 6.A common problem for many is acne and
disorders. Its juice has great strength to by purifying your blood you can get rid of
replenish your lost energy source. The this problem. Consume fresh juice of amla
presence of antioxidants like vitamin C is with clarified butter and honey. In the
one of main factors of sourcing back your absence of fresh juice you can use
energy. amla/gooseberry powder.
There are many different ways in which 7.Gooseberry mixed with honey and taken
amla has been used traditionally as a every morning improves treatment in
trusted herb. Some of the benefit: asthma.
1.It works as an antioxidant vitamin to fight 8.For diabetic patient, gooseberry must
signs of external and internal ageing. be included in their diet. The therapeutic
value it contained in itself can do wonder
2.When it comes to hair care, nothing beats
in making the cells secret insulin.
amla. Amla has the power to stop graying of
hair and help grow back natural black hair. 9.It is also a coolant and best thing to use
Even for hair loss, you can rely upon this during summers
wonderful fruit. It is more beneficial, when
you eat fresh rather than any processed Nutritional values of Amla remain the
medicines. Eating fresh fruit or applying its same whether taken fresh, frozen, dry or
paste on hair roots improves hair growth and in powdered form.
color. Pratyusha Konchada
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The Great Quibble
Hey guys,
Welcome to the May Edition of the Great Quibble! We have a modest amount of articles
in this issue with Sameer Betanabhatla and Shashank Rao both handing in their respective
articles. Good luck with midyear exams if you have them, and without further ado
enjoy! Feel free to give comments by email to kids@taai.org.au.
Hari Konchada

Indian Traditions – Why do we blow a conch?


You must have noticed the conch blown in temples or at home before
the pooja, whilst doing aarti or to mark an auspicious occasion. The
Conch Shell or Shankh was obtained as a gift from the ocean - churning
by the Gods. The spiral formation inside the conch -shell is symbolic of
infinite space.
The blowing of the conch shell announces important events and
auspicious celebrations and calls all the faithful for the worship of the “The spiral formation
deity. On the battlefield of Kurushetra in the Mahabharatha, every inside the conch -
morning the blowing of the shankh, symbolized the starting of the war. shell is symbolic of
When it is blown, the sound of ‘Om’ emanates representing the world and the Lord behind infinite space.”
it. It symbolizes righteousness which is one of the four goals in life and thus it is blown to
drown out all negative auras near the individual. Its worshipped with the following verse:
Twam puraa saagarot pannaha
Vishnunna vidhrutahakare
Devaischa poojitha sarvaihi
Paanchajanya namostu te

Meaning: Salutations Paanchajanya,


The conch born of the ocean,
Held in the hand of Lord Vishnu
And worshipped by all devaas.

The sparkle of life

i have walked a long road, the road goes on and on,


to try and find that hallowed abode, whats gone is just bygone,
but it all seems like a mirage, our road goes on and on,
life or a kaleidoscopic collage? wont the obstacles surely wan?

so much seems to have taken place, i think the secret is this,


so many times i have had to brace, we are all diamonds in the rough,
but i fear i have hardly learnt, and the road is just for this,
maybe i have not been enough burnt? to call my stupid bluff,

i have heard great stories of light, so that i may be,


must be such a glorious sight, the sparkle that is truly me.
but darkness i cannot seem to dispel, Shashank Rao, Delhi
but then what use is there to dwell?
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Sports Roundup
There are a multitude of sports coming up in the next couple of months. We have our usual
AFL, Soccer, Cricket, and others but this time round we also have new sport that previously
hasn’t had as much coverage as they would have liked.

We start with basketball and more to the point, NBA. We’re at the business end of the
northern hemisphere sporting world and the NBA playoffs are shaping up to be a very grand
event. Previously only available to foxtel and cable owners, with the inclusion of One HD,
it’s now available to the normal person. A few names will really stand out in the NBA and 3
of them would have to be LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett. All 3 of their
respective teams (Cleveland, Los Angeles and Boston if you’re interested) have a very
realistic chance of making the grand final of the competition. My money for now would be
on Cleveland as they have season MVP, all-star MVP and possible finals MVP LeBron James
leading their crack at the clubs first ever title.

The AFL season is under way and the ladder is almost fully decided. As usual, Melbourne
will finish last followed by Richmond, West Coast and Fremantle. Geelong and St Kilda will
battle it out for first place and Carlton and Essendon will make the top 8 for the first time
in a while. There’s not really much to say other than that until the end of the season where
a win here or a loss there could be the difference between 8th and 9th positions. Gary Ablett
may win the Brownlow this year as he is the only person to be a serious contender.

Soccer is one of those sports we could spend pages and pages writing about and we would
have only gotten through one of the many leagues in the world. In the media, The Barclays
English Premier League is touted as the top in the world. Many have attributed this to the
brand of football coined “Roughhouse”. This came about due to the attention paid to the
fact that English football is much rougher and results in many more injuries than any other
in the world. The Spanish, Italian, French and German leagues have not been able to keep
up with this physicality in recent years with 3 of 4 English teams in the Champions League
making the Semi-Finals three years in a row.

In the premier league, Manchester United looks set to take its 3rd title in a row and
Liverpool will still be searching for the follow up to their most recent title 19 years ago.
Chelsea will rue a wasted season that will culminate with Didier Drogba facing severe from
UEFA for his angry outburst at the referee following Chelsea’s dumping from the UEFA
champions League which will be won by either Manchester United or Barcelona.

Finally we come to the topic most of you out there have been waiting for: Cricket.
The IPL is almost finished and it looks like a 3 horse race with Deccan, Delhi and Rajasthan
to sort out who will win this year’s abbreviated version in South Africa. The world T20
competition is next month and India has all its members performing in the IPL which could
cost them dearly if a key players are injured. South Africa has 12 of its players there while
England and Sri Lanka has 7 each. This year with all its experience in T20, India looks like a
contender again but South Africa could compete with its star studded line-up. Australia,
England and Sri-Lanka also will be a threat but do not have much experience in T20.

So the next couple of months will be big for certain sports and not so eventful for others.
Hopefully the ones that are deemed to be big will live up to their billing and please all
sport lovers around the world.
Sameer Betanabhatla

If interested…
World Vision- Vision Generation – Have you ever felt like you wanted to help people that
were impoverished or not as lucky as we are? But don’t know how to do it? Vision
Generation is a passionate group of young individuals that aim to fight global poverty and
injustice. Some new events are coming up shortly: http://stir.org.au/stir/
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Words are for speaking with: Telugu: Andhra Bhasha


Did you know we have telugu numbers?
౧ One

౨ Two

౩ Three

౪ Four

౫ Five

Test your brain...


SOLUTION to last edition’s puzzle – 3 sunflowers and 4 honeybees

New puzzle
A2+ B2+ C2+ D2= E2

A, B ,C, D and E are 5 distinct whole numbers from 1 to 9 where


A < B < C < D < E. What should they be to make the above equation?
Answer in the next edition.

Feedback:
If you have any feedback, or want to put in your own opinion about
an article, or you would like to submit a piece of writing/picture for
this section: feel free to do so. Just email me on: kids@taai.org.au
Hari Konchada

§Â£Í¦É ¡ÁÏ™ÁÁ¨Å
June
• Rath Yatra: Wednesday, 24-06-2009

July
• Guru Poornima: Tuesday 07-07-2009

August
• Rakhi /Raksha Bnadhan: Wednesday o5-08-2009

• Sri Krishna Janmashtami: Friday 14 -08-2009

• Independence Day: Saturday 15-08-2009

• Ramadan begins: Saturday 22-08-2009

• Ganesh Chaturthi: Sunday 23-08-2009


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HOUSE HOLD TIPS
Stop Celery Wilting - Wrap celery in aluminium foil when putting in the refrigerator
and it keeps fresh for weeks.

Keeping fresh herbs - Keep herbs fresh by placing stems in a jug with a few
centimetres of water; cover tops with a plastic bag; tie bag in place and refrigerate.

Keeping ripe bananas - There's no need to waste an oversupply of ripe bananas. You
can freeze bananas, unpeeled, sealed in an airtight container or freezer bag. Simply
thaw before mashing for use in banana cakes or muffins.

ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY
Energy saver tips – Part 2
DISHWASHER
We can save energy, money and environment just by following some efficiency tips
“With more fibre regarding our appliance -
than leading cereals,
• It pays to read the manufacturer's instruction on plates, glasses and cutlery when
and without the added
loading your dishwasher. Correctly placed items increase dishwasher efficiency
sugar or salt, try
and ensure the best cleaning results. You should also check that nothing is
starting your day with
preventing the wash arms from rotating before you start the dishwasher.
an apple”
• Be patient and wait until you have enough dirty items to fill the dishwasher
before operating. Partial loads waste water and electricity.

• Make the most of all functions on your dishwasher. Small load or half load
options, short wash cycles, rinse-only cycles and mid-cycle turn off are features
designed for energy efficiency as well as convenience.

• For extra energy savings, make sure you use the cold water cycle when rinsing
dishes.

WHY an apple a day keeps doctor away

• It might surprise you to learn that apples have a much


higher anti-oxidant content than traditional
superfoods such as Green Tea almost four times.
• With the contribution of antioxidants, fibre, potassium
and minerals, apples are an ideal choice to help the
body feel younger inside and out.

• Apples can improve lung functions and help reduce the risk of asthma before
we even take a breath.
• Adding an apple a day to your diet may just keep the cardiovascular surgeon
away.
• Recent European research has indicated easting an apple a day or more was
linked to reduced incidence for different cancers including oral, larynx,
esophageal, breast, ovary, prostate and colorectal.
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Presenting Cocktails
A cocktail must look inviting, interesting, appealing, attractive and
tempting.
There are many ways to garnish a drink.
Wheel: Make sure you slice the fruit with a backward, forward motion and
don’t push down on it too hard which will make it go out of shape.

Make sure the knife rests against the front of the fingers to have a straight
edge and avoid cutting in an angle.

Conclusion of Presenting Cocktails

TELUGU LADIES CLUB

Many thanks to all those who participated in TLC 2009 Heart Foundation Walk in
February this year. The Walk was conducted in three different locations in Melbourne
Brim bank Park, Bundoora Park and Jells park spread over three weekends. TLC
members participated along with their families with great enthusiasm and TLC received
very positive feedback from the community. Next year we plan to have these walks in
late January to enable more members to participate along with their families.
Collections are the best to date and better than 25% compared to last year. By now,
Heart Foundation would have sent off receipts to all donors directly to their addresses.
If any of you contributed a donation during the walk and you have not received a tax
deductible receipt from Heart Foundation by now, please contact Vijaya Tangirala on
tangvi@iprimus.com.au

As a goodwill gesture, Heart Foundation is prepared to support TLC by providing an


information session on ‘Maintaining Good Health’ by one of their consultants under TLC
banner. Details of this session including date and venue will be announced shortly.

Telugu Radio of Melbourne requested that TLC participate in their Thursday night
broadcast on a periodical basis. Any of the ladies interested in participation should
contact Vijaya Tangirala.
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Homeopathy for everyone
“Homoeopathy.... cures a larger percentage of cases than any other method of
treatment and is beyond doubt safer and more economical and the most complete
medical science.”
Mahatama Gandhi

Most systems of medicine other than natural therapies today merely mask the
symptoms or provide temporary relief for our suffering. This results in the ailment
appearing over and over again, evolving into more complex and complicated ailments,
not to mention the contribution of side effects of powerful chemicals used in the
medications.

Homeopathy is a revolutionary system of natural medicine which provides an all in one


solution for all the health needs of your entire family. It is a very powerful yet gentle
medicine which works by tapping your immune system back into action to fight
against the troubling disease. Homeopathic medicines are extracted from nature
mostly using plant, vegetable and mineral substances. Homeopathic medicines are
very individual specific (indvidualised). For example, three people suffering from the
same symptoms (say symptoms of sinusitis) will not be given a similar medicine.
Depending on their personal traits, characters, likes and dislikes, mental make up and
innumerable other factors which make up their body constitution, they may get
completely different remedies highly specialised to suit them.

All Homeopathy really does is, it gently awakens the immune system of the body,
makes it aware of the disease or ailment and guides it to fight against the disease
naturally. It trains the immune system to target the root cause of the disease thus
eventually preventing it from recurring in the future.

This action makes Homeopathy a perfectly safe medicine for the entire family, right
from a new born baby to a 90 year old elderly person. It is the safest, side effect free,
effective medication to be found.

Homeopathy can treat ailments ranging from common colds, allergies, frequent flu
attacks, to persistent skin diseases, psychosomatic disorders, polycystic ovaries etc.
With Homeopathy, you can avoid imminent surgery in quite a number of cases for
conditions such as tonsillitis, sinusitis, adenoids, kidney stones, gall stones etc

“In Homeopathy we do not keep medicating the symptoms of the


disease. Instead we try to remedy the root cause of it.”

Some of the other conditions where Homeopathy can be very effective is in diseases
like kidney stones, lichen planus, migraines, asthma, eczema, hair loss, tumors,
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sexual problems, ovarian cysts, fibroids, chronic fatigue, polycystic ovaries, cholesterol,
ADHD, diabetes etc just to name a few.

Homeopathy along with healthy natural diet, lifestyle changes, pranayama, massage and
yoga can work wonders. Entire families, right from the youngest member of the family to
the grand parents around the world rely on Homeopathy to keep their family healthy and
to keep diseases at bay.

Homeopathy not only treats existing ailments but also provides overall strength to the
body and its immune system. Especially children who use Homeopathy are protected from
harm causing chemicals and their side effects. It is noted that Homeopathic children are
naturally happy and healthy with a well balanced mind, body and spirit.

Do not remain untreated from an ailment only because you do not know if it is actually
treated with Homeopathy. Homeopathy offers amazing treatment for most chronic and
recurring ailments.

You may ask your personal query to Raj Kothuru (Homeopath) via email
drraj@aurahealth.com.au or by phone 0425 761 826 / (03) 90775044 regarding easing your
health problems. Raj Kothuru is a third generation Homeopath practicing in Melbourne
and treats clients all over Australia through in-clinic, phone and online consultations
Dr.Raj Kothuru

Important Appeal

In the October edition of Sravanti 2008 we started a new column called


‘Melbourne Telugu Velugu’. This is to congratulate those who have worked hard
and made a significant contribution towards our community and or outside the
community by going the extra mile. We also have young achievers who have
excelled in their fields or professions.

Sravanti requests you to send in the detail of these great performers for our
next publications. We are proud to say that these people are members of our
community.
Sravanti

Appeal
Sravanthi requests all our writers to please send us your articles, stories, puzzles,
poems etc to sravanthi@taai.org.au. If you are sending your article in Telugu,
please try sending them in either Telugu Lipi or TL Hemalatha or by scanning
them. In case you have problems please do not hesitate to call us. All the articles
should include full name and contact details, and when you happen to come across
a good article, and then please forward it to us along with the source.
Thank you
Konchada Family (03) 9878 5256
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Dear KONCHADAS,

Today I had the opportunity to see SRAVANTHI. My hearty congratulations to you to


make it look like, what it is today. It is GREAT.

I liked many articles but the one which made me write to you is the one on Mr BROWN.
I tried going to the source website but the link was broken. That appears to be a very
rich source of articles over Telugu language and literature. If it is possible to contact
the authors for more such articles or other web resources on Telugu language, I will be
grateful to you for giving me the contact details.

If the authors can't be contacted, please try to send me sources of similar articles as
you are probably well aware of such things, as I see that you are working very hard for
SRAVANTHI.

I am happy to tell you that I will be receiving SRAVANTHI from now onwards as I just
appliedfor the membership of TAAI.

Shivamastu
Sravan

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Dear Rao garu,

Sravanthi Mar 09 is well presented once again. We appreciate tremendous efforts and
time that was involved in the effort, including the writers’ who have given wonderful
articles for this month. Please accept our Congratulations.

Thanks & regards


Raghu Vissamraju

Mallikeswar Rao Garu,

Thanks a lot for sending the Sravanti Issues. Sorry for the delay in replying to your
email. Ramani has read both your copies in the van while I am driving and we both
thoroughly enjoyed reading the contents. She is overwhelmed by the articles and she
will be reading the attached very soon. She was reading SVR's report to me today
while I was driving and we both remembered his old movies and enjoyed. By this you
can see how much pleasure we got by reading the Magazine. We will seriously look at
contributing to the Magazine as well.

Thanks for the website and we shall be in touch with you soon.

Yogi Walthati

Feedback - feedback@taai.org.au
Dear Members
First of all we would like to thank you all for your ongoing support and
commitment towards Sravanti. We would also like to thank those of you who
have taken time to comment on our newsletter. Your comments and advice are
always important to us and will do our best to translate them into action.
Please send us your valuable feedback as this is important and it will assist our efforts
to make this newsletter a valuable source of information for you.
Sravanti

If you wish to notify your change of contact details, please email us at


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Change of Address

Name: Rambabu Sammohinivis


Address: 1/627 Waverley Road
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Telephone: 03 9568 0460


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Amazing India

Internationally acclaimed sand artist, Sudarsan Pattnaik created a Jagannath


image and miniature chariot on Puri beach

Sudarshan Patnaik, a 22-year-old


college dropout, is the first to introduce
'Sand Art' form on the beach in India.
His beautiful sand art and sculpture on
the beach, have been widely cherished
by people all over the world. Thousands
of people visit Puri every month to get a
glimpse of the beauty and splendor
created by Sudarshan.
Puri is located at a distance of 70 km
from Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa
state in India, known as the "Abode of
Lord Jagannath". Every year, millions of
devotees flock to Puri during the Rath
Yatra (Chariot festival) in the city.
If you plan to visit Puri, don't forget the
Puri Sea Beach, where you will find
beautiful sand art and sculpture to
mesmerize you.
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OM NAMO VINYAKA NAMAH OM NAMO NARAYANA NAMAHA

HINDU SOCIETY OF VICTORIA (AUST) INCORPORATED


SHIVA VISHNU TEMPLE

Invites you all to participate in

Sathyanarayana swamy
pooja
On Pournami day
At The

Shri Shiva Vishnu temple


52, Boundary road, Carrum Downs.

DATE: SUNDAY 7TH June 2009 at 9.00am

Sponsor for pooja by paying $30 at the temple

You will be performing the pooja with the help of priest.

Bring Steel or silver glass with a spoon, two deepams, oil and
flowers, if you have otherwise temple will provide.

FOR MORE DETAILS CONTACT:

Ramaprasad Vemula, President Tele: 0404 481476


Ramanan Naga, Vice president Tele: 0409 883 477
Temple Manager Tele: 03 9782 0878
P.Indraharan, Secretary Tele; 0422 865 885
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