The dawn of Telangana as the 29th State of the Republic of India on 02-06-2014 is a matter of ecstasy to the entire people of the region.
As a part of the endeavours for the promotion of Telugu, the Parishath started Oriental College on 10-8-1965. Recognised by and
The Parishath, both as an organisation running educational instutiions and as a literary body, built up a good reference
The Parishath constructed, in the initial stage, a modest Auditorium on the vacant part of its premises. Pooling resources, it has been
In a way, the history of the Parishath is the history of renaissance of Telugu language, literature, arts and culture in Telangana.
The programmes arranged from time to time have been very popular among the literary and cultural circles. They include discourses
In pursuance of its avowed objective of publishing standard books, the Parishath has so far brought out over 160 titles.
A book shop with separate accommodation was set up in the premises of the Parishath. Publications of the Parishath