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Dinavartamani began in 1855 as bilingual in Tamil and Telugu with a separate edition of Telugu started in 1856. Dinavartamani was a weekly edited by Peter Percival and issued from Madras. Its Telugu edition in 1856 had a circulation of 700 copies. The journal covered routine news, science, tales and a few essays on topics of general interest.[1]