Sacred Telugu

Language of Ancient Palm Leaf Manuscripts

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Studying the sacred language of Telugu has brought a new depth of understanding to my spiritual practice and the culture from which it was born. It is a beautiful language that is founded in human relationship to the five elements. It is the language of the divine mother and my study of it has brought me closer to Her. C. M. S., Laytonville, CA


Learning Telugu is an important part of both my spiritual and academic life. It has been one of my biggest ambitions to learn Telugu and finally start that journey was an amazing feeling. In addition to the joy of reaching a goal, I was surrounded by a warm, helpful, and supportive professor and classmates. I. T., Seattle, WA


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May is Telugu Celebration Month!

Join us to celebrate the Telugu language during the third annual Telugu Celebration Month in May (Previously known as Telugu Awareness Month).

The sacred Telugu language is the key to unlocking and sharing miraculous knowledge from ancient palm leaf manuscripts with the world.  We’re excited and honored to share the beauty, importance, and power of the Telugu language with you. 

This ancient knowledge contains divine solutions to problems found in every aspect of human life on the planet today. Practicing this knowledge unlocks the full human potential hidden in each person’s consciousness. These sacred formulas provide solutions and remedies to create health, prosperity, success, and happiness. Implementing this knowledge will change our lives and bring greater love, compassion, and consciousness. Consciousness is what the world desperately needs and this knowledge helps awaken that.

The solutions contained in these palm leaves are simple and relevant today - herbal cures for cancer, healing techniques for physical and mental illness, addiction, depression, and heartbreak. There are remedies to help everyone now and into the future.

My real dream is when you’re able to read Telugu to know what’s inside the palm leaf books... On the day the maharshis and saints sacrificed their souls, completely dedicated to the nature and to the Father and Mother. They researched and discovered something and put it in the (palm leaf) books…Please try to hire top Telugu/Sanskrit professors, take the time, learn and translate the knowledge, release that quite amazing information to the globe.

Read on and discover why Telugu is so relevant in your life today!

 

Ancient Knowledge of the Divine Lineage Brought to the Modern World 

Learn Telugu! It’s not me writing this book. Thousands of years back, they wrote it with powerful channels. With this knowledge, we can change the spiritual belief system on the planet in a beautiful way. We can change the globe in a beautiful way.

There is a body of ancient knowledge written mostly in ancient Telugu script on palm leaf manuscripts. This knowledge reveals an age and time when people understood the universal truth of this creation. These manuscripts, some dating back thousands of years, contain effective, practical solutions for the problems that humanity is facing today.  Authored by holy men and women, who dedicated their lives to researching the deeper universal truths of life and the nature of creation, this knowledge is not given in parables or allegories but rather in formulas that have been tested, proven, and passed down from master to student for thousands of years. 

 

Sri Kaleshwar and Telugu

...Many saints, crazy saints - why didn’t they create the strongest people the strongest souls? Instead, they kept it all only for themselves… I disagree with that 100 %. It is crazy. It’s a huge deception and egoism…I want to break that. It’s a big crime to make you a prisoner in a spiritual prison…My happiness is when you really get the success - that’s my selfishness. Stop slavery. Stop studentism. Love your master. Love your friend. Love everything. Go see the reality. 

The Telugu language is at the very heart of Sri Kaleshwar’s life and teachings. The knowledge he taught comes from these ancient palm leaf manuscripts. For many years Sri Kaleshwar insisted his students learn this sacred language. 

Sri Kaleshwar's deepest desires were for his students to comprehend Telugu and the spiritual mechanisms of the sacred knowledge in palm leaves and to share this knowledge with the world. This way the knowledge would remain accurate and protected. You can become a living example of this ancient knowledge.

To remove the darkness, there is only one thing - the knowledge. Once, if you, have the minimum knowledge, the real knowledge, your life is a wisdom. It’s a really big wisdom. You have to utilize it. One day, this information will come out. I am going to put it out. 

Telugu and the Great Masters 

This ancient knowledge has been practiced by the great masters that came before us including Jesus, Mother Mary, Shirdi Baba, Buddha, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Ramana Maharishi, Sri Kaleshwar, and many others.

Jesus learned though the palm leaf manuscripts. Over thousands of years, any saint who received the power learned the techniques though the palm leaf manuscripts. Period. The manuscripts have that ability. The ancient spiritual formulas are true knowledge, having manuscripts with you is like having a Bible, a Bhagavad Gita, a holy book, a divine energy with you. Your soul is connecting to a power object. The first master is India. The highest spiritual people came to India and received the supernatural powers and left.


Read Our Blog: Telugu Corner

My real dream is when you’re able to read Telugu to know what’s inside the palm leaf books... On the day the maharishis and saints sacrificed their souls, completely dedicated to the nature and to the Father and Mother. They researched and discovered something and put it in the (palm leaf) books…Please try to hire top Telugu/Sanskrit professors, take the time, learn and translate the knowledge, release that quite amazing information to the globe. 

 

 

Join us at Telugu Corner and learn more about the depth of this Ancient Knowledge: 

  • In the lives of saints 
  • Telugu Student stories 
  • How it is used in mantra and meditation practices from the ancient knowledge 
  • Telugu Poetry 
  • Music 
  • Audio Satsangs with Monika and Nityaananda on the importance of Telugu today 
  • and more! 

Telugu Corner is a place to read, study, and immerse yourself in the richness contained in the Telugu language. Visit Telugu Corner here!

 

Upcoming Posts for "May is Telugu Celebration Month"

May 5th, 2017 - అఆ (a-aah) - The Telugu Alphabet  

“The struggle of learning a new alphabet as an adult helped me to re-evaluate what I thought I knew about beginner’s mind. But once I found a method of studying and started practicing writing out the different variations of vowels, consonants and secondary consonants I was so amazed by the joy it brought me. I could do it! And for sure you can too be inspired. Below are a few charts and worksheets you can download to get you started.”...Read More

May 12th, 2017 - A Ramayana of Their Own: Women's Oral Tradition in Telugu

"As a student majoring in South Asian Languages and Literature whose ultimate goal is to study Telugu literature, it is quite frustrating that I rarely come across any articles on Telugu materials in my classes. So I was very excited when I came across an article on Telugu women's oral Ramayanas in my class on the Ramayana in Comparative Perspective about the variety of extant versions of the Ramayana. The article is by Narayana Rao, who is one of the preeminent Telugu scholars in the country."... Read More

May 19th, 2017 - C.P Brown - A Divine Soul In Service of Telugu

"C.P Brown's life is an amazing story of dedication and love for the Telugu language. When Sri Kaleshwar was asked about C.P Brown's role in the Ancient Mission and the work he did to preserve the Telugu Language, Sri Kaleshwar confirmed that C.P Brown was a divine soul." ... Read More

May 26th, 2017 - TBA

 

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