That’s a good news! See the site in your browser: Andhra Bank website in Telugu. Here is a screen shot (Click on the image to view it in the bigger size):
Google Translate now supports Telugu (official blog post). And, this service is still in experimental alpha stage. It is working reasonably well for simple and commonly known sentences and phrases. A lot more to be improved for the complex sentences.
Here is a screen shot showing the English to Telugu Translation of this post:
Kinige.com is an online e-book store for Telugu books. You can buy Telugu books as e-books or you can just rent them for a month.
Kinige currently has
126 Telugu books and that number is growing steadily. Some of the popular writers are already on Kinige: Tanikella Bharani, Madhubabu, Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy, Kasturi Murali Krishna, Chandra Latha and Vinnakota Ravisankar to name a few. You can also find compilations of Telugu stories by Katha Sahiti. And, if you are a writer, you can self-publish your books on Kinige. Continue reading Kinige.com, an online Telugu e-book store
Today, I discovered enduku.com. It is a website that explains in Telugu why, what and how about general things in simple terms.
Popular Telugu webzine Poddu announced a competition of Telugu stories for this Ugadi. If you are (or want to be) a Telugu story writer, send a story to them. You have time up to March 15, 2011. You can find other rules, etc. in the link above.
Lekhini Inscript can be used to learn (or practice) Telugu INSCRIPT keyboard layout. For more details see the post about Inscript Lekhini in my Telugu blog.
By the way, INSCRIPT layout is known as DOE layout in Anu Script Manager.
Let me know your feedback.
Recently started, Chitra Maalika is a new Telugu webzine about Telugu movies. It is intented to reflect the opinion of common audience. Here is a screen shot of Chitra Maalika’s home page.
Universal Subtitles is a service that enables everyone to create subtitles for almost any video on the web. It also allows translations of the subtitles. It is simple and easy.
I’ve just created Telugu translations for their introduction video. I embedded it here for you:
There are some online Telugu dictionaries available. There are few can be downloaded for offline use. This post lists some of them.
Kathajagat is a web site that aims to compile short stories from contemporary Telugu writers. Kathajagat now has more than 115 Telugu stories. Eminent writers like Ravuri Bharadwaja, Munipalle Raju, Avasarala Ramakrishna Rao, Bharago, Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy, Peddibhotla Subbaramaiah are few among the contributors of this project.
(Click on the above image for a bigger size view)