Author: GovindarajuluPublisher: Readwell PublicationsYear: N/ALanguage: multilingualPages: 216ISBN/UPC (if available): 8187782080
Two persons knowing no common language are like two statues looking at each other but not developing any familiarity or intimacy. When you are living in one country but speaking and knowing different languages you are like unknown strangers nursing no feeling of togetherness. The most formidable obstacle in uniting India is the language barrier. Even a national language cannot overcome this impediment. Regional language, which do not accept the supremacy of the national language divide people and end to give them a separate identity. A nation cannot afford this type of disunity without sacrificing its sovereignty.Telugu, next to Hindi, is the biggest linguistic unit in India. It is found recorded in the 7th century but it is the 7th century that it broke out into a literary language. Learn Telugu in a Month is the beginners’ password for entering into the ancient and glorious realm of this language. It will help the learners to learn an unknown language in India be converged to emotional unity by learning them.
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