The Telugu heritage

They came to work the land over a hundred years ago. Today, they contribute, in many other ways, to the land that has become their home.

LIFE was no bed of roses for the Telugu immigrants who had left Andhra Pradesh, India, for Malaya in the late 19th and early 20th century. Even before daybreak, the labourers would already be hard at work in the rubber and coconut plantations owned by the British.

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