How to self publish a book in Telugu Language: Essential Guide

Looking to publish a book in Telugu? Let’s see from where did Telugu language originated. It was originally known as ‘Tenugu.’ It has been known as ‘Andhra’ since mediaeval times. Some claimed that ‘Telugu’ was a corruption of ‘Trilinga’ (Sanskrit for three ‘lingas’). In mediaeval times, the Telugu homeland was described as “the territory characterised by three lingas of the three great shrines of Draksharamam (East Godavari district), Kaleswaram (Karimnagar district), and Srisailam” (Kurnool district).

  • Telugu is a language that descended from Proto-Dravidian. It most likely diverged from Proto-Dravidian between 1500 and 1000 BCE, at the time the Tamil language became unique in terms of literary activity.
  • Telugu is a member of the Central Dravidian language subfamily, whose members descended from the Proto-Dravidian spoken in the central Deccan plateau. The middle group also includes the rural Gondi, Konda, Kui, and Kuvi languages, all of which are linguistically similar to Telugu.
  • Telugu is the native language of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and the Yanam district of Puducherry. Telugu-speaking migrants can also be found in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, some portions of Jharkhand, and the Kharagpur district of West Bengal.
  • Many Telugu immigrants live in Gujarat, Goa, Bihar, Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, and Rajasthan. Telugu is the fourth most spoken language in the Indian subcontinent, behind Hindi, Bengali, and Marathi, with 7.2 percent of the population. Telugu is spoken by 7.0 percent of the population in Karnataka and 5.6 percent in Tamil Nadu.
  • Beginning in the 10th or 11th century, the literature is primarily poetry and secular and religious epics, with the ataka (“century” of lines) being a popular genre.
  • Pampadu, also known as Pampana, the Adi Kavi of Kannada, was the first poet to compose in Telugu.
  • The golden period of Telugu literature occurred between the 16th and 17th centuries, when Sri Krishnadevaraya became interested in Telugu literature. Other than Sri Krishna Devaraya’s Amukthamalyada, Manucharitra by Peddana is an exceptional Mahakavya. As Telugu literature flourished in the south at Samsthanas such as Madurai, Tanjavur, and so on, this period was called the ‘Southern Period.’

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Telugu literature can be broadly discussed in to six ages as mentioned below:

  1. 67Pre-Nannaya period (up to 1000 A.D.)
  2. Age of Puranas (1000 A.D. – 1400 A.D.)
  3. Age of Poet Srinatha (1400 A.D. – 1500 A.D.)
  4. Age of Prabandhas (1500 A.D. -1600 A.D.)
  5. Southern Region period (1600 A.D. -1800 A.D.)
  6. Modern Age (1800 A.D. – Till date)

How to publish your book in the Telugu Language?

A writers’ dream is to be a published author – some write poetry, some write stories, some write parts of their lives to share with the world. And language is one of the ways that help you connect with the readers. No matter what is your language, literature is literature.

  1. Prepare your manuscript.
    Understanding the demand for your manuscript will assist you identify what type of services you will require. Do you require editing services? Is it necessary to rewrite it? Do you require the advice of a professional? Do you require a review? Once you’ve determined the requirement for the document, write it all down and go to the following phase.
  2. Submit your queries to several publishing houses
    Visit various publishing houses’ websites and submit your questions regarding the procedure and bundles. It will assist you comprehend what they have to offer. Take notes and make sure you understand everything because it will benefit you later in your research.
  3. Compare and choose
    Now that you have all of the facts, you can compare what is best for you. What is reasonable, trendy, healthy, and will assist you at every step! Which publishing house will be there for you at every step of the way, even after the book is published?
  4. Contact your preferred publishing house and begin the publication process
    Talk to them, finalize everything, and then sign a contract to begin the process. Keep up with the progress and experience the excitement of becoming a new author. Make sure you understand what you need on your cover page, the genres of your book, and who your target audience will be.

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Listed below are some self published Telugu books by BlueRose Publishers:

vishnu murthy 11 va rajakiyashakthiavathaarameKCR to self publish a book in Telugu

Vishnu murthy 11 va rajakiyashakthiavathaarameKCR by D. Mahadhar
Self published Telugu book by BlueRose Publishers

Vishnu murthy 11 va rajakiyashakthiavathaarameKCR by D. Mahadhar

Shuklambaradharam KCR Pink Color Four Wheel Chariot Movement Speech Dhyayet Sarvavignopa Telangana Shantaye !! Yatra Yatra KCR Tatra Tatra Telangana !! Chandrasekhara Chandrasekhara Pahimam Chandrasekhara Chandrasekhara Rakshamam.

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A man of wonder by D. Mahadhar 
Self Published Telugu Book by BlueRose Publishers

A man of wonder by D. Mahadhar

The seed of the banyan tree is so small as to be invisible to the naked eye, but once it begins to fall to the ground and germinate, no one can imagine what its cosmic form will be … It can soar into the sky with infinite form, and spread out in all directions around the world with quadrangles, With his waves, he can sink into the abyss and remain in this creation forever. Also in this story of novel.. (A man of wonder )an old man becomes a burden to them at home, gets stuck in a finger and falls on the road. ? .., Introduced to the world! ? . Did he stand on his own two feet? ! . Or .. what happened to old man in the end at all! ? .. This novel with the story of the suspenseful … written .. born man gittaka manadu … such a man in life so many strange, pictures, strange, why … God …! ? .
After reading this book, Jabba slaps the hero (old man) in the story, saying that if the girls fall in love, the boys will live like weedy.

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2 Love by Apurva Apuri
Self published Telugu book by BlueRose publishers

2 Love by Apurva Apuri

The story revolves around 4 friends.
How they value their friendship.
How they respect their parents.
Every situation is beautifully portrayed in the book.

MAROKKAMAARU Telugu book publishers in India

Self published Telugu book by BlueRose Publishers


This is a book of prose poetry of the Telugu language. In yesteryears, great poets used to give Sanskrit poems. Subsequently, poems with Sanskrit and Telugu mixing came to light. Such great works could not be understood by the common public who were not aware of Sanskrit. Again the same problem faced by the common man due to the standard of their Telugu language is not at par with the pure Telugu poems.
This work/ book also comes under the same category, wherein used colloquial language (the language of the common man in daily life) and can be understood by all Telugu speaking public. The aim of the writer also to reach as many readers as possible with this language. The Specialty of the book is the subjects touched. This work contains love, devotion, society, social problems, history, politics, farmer, women, life, philosophy, etc Usually, work with so many subjects is a rare opportunity, which makes it most attractive to all types of readers.

Gundello Emundho.. Kallallo telusthundi.. by Durga Prasad Sanka
Self published Telugu Book by BlueRose Publishers

Gundello Emundho.. Kallallo telusthundi.. by Durga Prasad Sanka

It is the exceptional love story of a middle class lady started by revealing of a shocking ‘condition’ by her soulmate to get marry him To overcome from the ‘condition’ she crossed odd events in emotional and hilarious manner, meanwhile story takes interesting turns and touches bottom of readers’ heart Journey through fun filled entertaining love story leaves imprints of happy ness.

Don’t let linguistic barriers and conventional ways stand in the way for your goal of being an author. We hope that many of you fulfil your ambitions and turn to become the best-selling authors you’ve always desired to be.

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