TACO is one of the oldest Telugu Associations in Central Ohio. It caters to the cultural, social and literary needs of the Telugu people migrated from India as well as their children raised here in USA and also to foster friendship and understanding between the Telugu speaking people and other regional communities and to support humanitarian causes. TACO organizes three main annual events: Sankranthi (Pongal), Ugadi (Telugu New Year), and Deepavali (Diwali, Festival of Lights). In addition, we also organizes a picnic during summer, sports events and various other programs as and when required to promote our culture and Telugu language(Aksharamala).
We always encourage becoming TACO Member who has common interests.
With your continuous support, guidance and advice, we will truly make this a great organization.
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Telugu Association of Central Ohio (TACO) is a non-profit organization with a goal to maintain and perpetuate Telugu Samskriti (Culture), Sahityam (Literature), and Sampradayam (Tradition).
TACO was formally registered in 1983 as a non-profit organization with Tax Id #31-1695812.
TACO is one of the oldest Telugu Associations in Central Ohio. It caters to the cultural, social and literary needs of the Telugu people migrated from India as well as their children raised here in USA. TACO celebrates all the major annual Telugu festivals such as Sankranti, Ugadi and Deepavali. It strongly encourages participation by members as well as all the interested individuals and families living in the area. Other social events include annual picnic during summer, organizing special cultural events and music concerts by visiting artists from India.
TACO publishes annual magazine, PRAGATI which is distributed to its members in one of the events.
TACO Executive Committee members are elected every year. TACO executive committee members conduct day-to-day operations of the organization.
Objectives of TACO: