A TO Z INDIA ENGLISH & TAMIL  MONTHLY MAGAZINE

“We are delighted to inform all our readers that 'A TO Z INDIA' magazine celebrates its 1st anniversary this month. We thank all our readers, sponsors, well-wishers, etc. for enabling us to achieve this great feat.”

A TO Z INDIA - AUGUST 2018

“A TO Z INDIA exists to be your ultimate guide to cultural India no matter where you reside on the globe. As we journey into year three and beyond, I encourage you to continue engaging with us spread our message far and wide.

Iam delighted to inform all our readers that A TO Z INDIA magazine celebrates its 2nd anniversary this month. I thank all the well-wishers for enabling me to achieve this great feat.

Not too long ago, I set out to establish a publication unlike any other in India: a dedicated cultural magazine. Fast-forward to today: it’s our two-year anniversary and I couldn’t be more thrilled! In two short years, we - yes, you and I have accomplished a lot. We’ve covered everything from articles on religious leaders all over India to the ancient Indian temples to the forgotten customs of Indian people.

What’s more, we have featured many Indian dances, art, games, etc. In addition to giving a voice to the incredible Indian lifestyle, each issue of A TO Z INDIA has explored a wide variety of social and cultural practices. None of this progress would have been possible without you. I’m deeply grateful - thank you.

This anniversary issue is a must-read, featuring the beautiful Golden Cenotaphs of Bada Bagh, Kudumiyanmalai Cave Temple, Theyyam dance of Kerala. I truly hope you enjoy this wonderful issue we’ve put together for you! A TO Z INDIA exists to be your ultimate guide to cultural India no matter where you reside on the globe. As we journey into year three and beyond, I encourage you to continue engaging with us - spread our message far and wide, and let us know how we can better serve you to make your lifelong happy journey a successful one.”

A TO Z INDIA - AUGUST 2019

Editorials

Few unforgettable Editorials:

 These editorials rose above the Indian  clamor with words we will never forget.