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Indian Childrens Magazines: Chandamama, Tinkle, Target, Indradhanush, Parag, Childrens World Magazine, Nandankanan Magazine Unknown Author 883

Indian Childrens Magazines: Chandamama, Tinkle, Target, Indradhanush, Parag, Childrens World Magazine, Nandankanan Magazine

Unknown Author 883

Published October 14th 2010
ISBN : 9781158283699
Paperback
30 pages
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Chapters: Chandamama, Tinkle, Target, Indradhanush, Parag, Childrens World Magazine, Nandankanan Magazine. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book clubMoreChapters: Chandamama, Tinkle, Target, Indradhanush, Parag, Childrens World Magazine, Nandankanan Magazine. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Chandamama is a popular Indian monthly magazine for children known for its illustrations. It was revamped in November 2008 and has since gone contemporary in terms of language, presentation, artwork, and content. It continues to carry old favourites like Vikram-Vetal and mythological tales but there have been several new additions- contemporary stories, adventure serials, sports, technology, news pages etc. Considering the new trends in childrens literature and the emerging importance given to academic study and analysis of the same, Chandamama has strived to keep its editorial policies in line with the times. As the oldest brand in the field, Chandamama has taken up the responsibility of delivering entertaining, sensitive, and educational literature for its young readers. Chandamama in its new avatar has been received very well by its target group. Chandamama is published in 13 languages (including English), and has a readership of about 200,000. The first edition of Chandamama was released in July, 1947. The founder editor of the magazine was B.Nagi Reddy who later became a leading film producer in South India. Chakrapani, a friend of Nagi Reddy, was the force behind magazine, and his vision, perception and understanding of the target readership brought name and fame to the magazine. The stories embedded in the never-ending story of King Vikramditya and Vetala (Vampire), an adoptation of an ancient Sanskrit work Vetala Panchvimshati, brought wide repute to this magazine, and were also featured in popular TV serials. In each issue, the Vetala asks Vikramditya a question involving a moral dilemma. The wise kin...http: //booksllc.net/?id=1887546