Competitions: (January 18th, 10 AM to 12 PM)Rangavallikalu - Rangoli competition. Eligibility: 16 and older Gumaghumalu - Cooking competition. Theme: Authentic Sankranthi food. Eligibility: all Medhaduki Metha - Trivia contest on Indian festivals. Eligibility age: 7-14 Years Alanati Meti Chitralu - Drawing competition on charts/kites. Theme: Festivals in Indian Villages. Eligibility: kids and teens Bommala Koluvu - A photo with the hosts should be sent to TAM. Eligibility: All ages Chinnari Kavulu - Slokas/Poems recital. Eligibility: kids and teens Vyasa Rachana – Essay writing. Topic: Sankranthi vishistatha and experiences. Eligibility: Teens Cultural Segments: (January 25th, 4.30 PM to 7.00 PM) Indradanassu - Children’s fashion show. Eligibility: Below 12 years Balala Nruthyabhinayalu - Dance performance. Minimum four participants per group. Eligibility: kids Nruthyanjali - Dance performance. Minimum two participants per group. Theme: Indian Festivals, Patriotic, Janapadhalu, Classical, Semi Classical, Fusion. Eligibility: teens and adults Chinnari Kavulu - Slokas/Poems recital. Eligibility: kids and teens. Kids who excel in Chinnari Kavulu competition will get a chance to recite on stage during the event Paadutha Teeyaga - Keerthanalu. Eligibility: all ages Navvula Virijallulu - Comedy Drama. Eligibility: all ages Theta Theta Telugu La - Telugu speaking. Theme: Indian festivals, day to day experiences. Topic will be provided during the event. Eligibility: teens. Thalukku Tharalu - Best dressed male and female in traditional dressing – winner receives a silver bar. Prior registration not required. Eligibility: all Padhala Mayajalam - Crossword/Padhavinodham on Indian festivals. Prior registration not required, winner receives a gold coin. Anuvadinchandi Adaragottandi - English to Telugu Translation. Translate a given sentence to Telugu. Prior registration not required For more details please contact Telugu Association of Memphis at [email protected] TeluguCommunityNews.com invites everyone for the Sankranthi Sambaralu on behalf of Telugu Association of Memphis to come with your friends and families, let's celebrate Sankranthi.