TTS Ugadi Celebrations: Grand Success

Tennessee Telugu Samithi celebrated Ugadi festival in a grand style on April 19 at the Global Event Centre in Nashville, TN.
The audience were spellbound by the wonderful performances of various singers and dance artistes.
Singers Srinivas Josyula, Venkat Chennubhotla, Ram Durvasula, Rajarajeswari Kalaga, Bhanusri, Janardhan Pannela, Srinivas Durgam, Gopal Turaga and Usha Mocherla rendered their voices to foot-tapping music that produced melodious symphony. Kuchipudi performance by Hema Shilpa Uppala, Shivom performance by Indian Classical Dance Academy, Legends Of India, Oho Mohanarupam conceptual dance performances and film dance by Sri Dutt Fine Arts (Aparna and Gopal Thuraga team) enthralled the audience.
The program was co-sponsored by NATA and local businesses like Bawarchi Biryani Point and Shriji International Market. Priest Sri Padmanabham garu performed the pooja and panchanga sravanam.
The cultural program was followed by sumptuos dinner prepared and sponsored by local telugus. Several volunteers ? ?chipped in thier time and energy with enthusiasm to put things together for the success of the event.
TTS Saree Sale fund raise lucky draw winners are Pranahitha Reddy, Lakshmi Mudiam and Nagasree and prizes were sponsored by beautician Uma Voleti (forever beautiful).
Tennessee Telugu Samithi President Revathi Mettukuru ?sincerely thanks all the event sponsors, performers, volunteers and the committee members: Ramesh Aramandla , Ranganayaki Mudumbi, Kiran Kamatham, Harika Kanagala, Latha Sashi, Soumya Gantyala?, Lakshmi Tatineni, Jothsna Konda, Sandeep Gondela , Uma Sappidi, Sridhar Karra, Keshav Murthy, Venu Gopal Singari, Pavan Gantyala, Rajesh Tatineni, Sesha Aparnath, Raja Vemuri , Mounika Aramandla, Sapna Suresh who strived for the smooth functioning of the event. Special thanks to Bala Indurthi and Sathya Narayana Reddy from NATA, priest Sri Padmanabham garu and the Global Event Center staff.

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