There are some tutorials built into the PyOpenGL documentation itself. They are ostensibly about using shaders, but they provide complete stand-alone working code that shows exactly how to write OpenGL code using PyOpenGL:
http://pyopengl.sourceforge.net/context/tutorials/index.xhtml

Once you've done a few of those and are starting to become familiar with PyOpenGL, then you can pretty much use any C tutorial, and convert them to Python yourself, usually quite easily.

If you want modern '>=version3' OpenGL, there are two C-based tutorials which seem to be of very high quality:

An Intro to Modern OpenGL
http://duriansoftware.com/joe/An-intro-to-modern-OpenGL.-Table-of-Contents.html

Learning Modern Graphics Programming Through OpenGL
http://www.arcsynthesis.org/gltut/index.html

I just started converting the C samples for the last of these into Python using PyOpenGL, and just this morning emailed the author to ask if he minds me making those public. More as it happens.

    Jonathan


On 15/04/2011 06:13, Abhijeet Rastogi wrote:
Hi,

I am a beginner to opengl. I want to learn pyopengl but I cant find an ebook which teaches that using python. I am kind of stuck. Guide me through a nice ebook for learning pyopengl.

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