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Safari Magazine | December 2014 Issue | Views And Reviews

Safari Magazine | December 2014 Issue | Views And Reviews

Having a Juggler juggling 5 red balls, the cover page of Safari Magazine – December 2014 issue looks pretty attractive! It breaks its stereotype cover page theme which otherwise give the impression of a nature oriented magazine. A welcome change! A high resolution photograph of the bar headed geese under the title -The high fliers – printed on the inside cover page looks attractive. No magazine is complete without an editorial. It joins the reader with the editor by giving the reader an opportunity to know the views of the editors about the current happenings and the content of the ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | November 2014 Issue | Magazine Reviews

The November 2014 issue of Reader’s Digest India reached us quite on time, and here are our personal view and reviews for the same. The cover page uses basic colors this time, and it looks decent. The editorial of this month is interesting. A good line come from it is “knowledge is a shield and a weapon”. This month’s humor stuff is quite intelligent and not too funny. Kindness of the strangers – is one of our favourite segment in the magazine and we usually read it immediately after the editorial. This month was not exception. This time there are ... Read More »

Safari Magazine | November 2014 Issue | Views And Reviews

Safari Magazine | November 2014 Issue | Views And Reviews

The November 2014 issue of Safari – a knowledge and science oriented magazine from India – is out quite on time. Here are our personal views and reviews about the same. The black background cover page shows face of a Zebra and comes with a question “Why do zebras have barcode-like pattern of stripes?”. It gives us a thought that are the stripes on zebra’s body really like barcodes? Can we uniquely identify each of them by observing the pattern of stripes on their body? Well, we are just curious 🙂 The inside cover page shows a mega-pixel image of ... Read More »

Safari Magazine | October 2014 Issue | Views And Reviews

Safari Magazine | October 2014 Issue | Views And Reviews

The October 2014 issue of Safari – a knowledge and science oriented magazine from India – is out quite on time. Here are our personal views and reviews about the same. Before we move ahead, it is worth to note that: there are a very few magazines we came across which offers a quality reading material. Safari – a science and knowledge magazine is one of them. The cover page of this issue gives you first impression of a mythological fantasy novel. The photo of the feathered rainbow in MegaPixel segment is worth a watch. If you are a bird ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | October 2014 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | October 2014 Issue | Magazine Reviews

The October 2014 issue of Reader’s Digest India reached us quite before time 🙂 – precisely, on 30th September 2014 -, and here are our personal view and reviews for the same. The yellow and white background cover page is cool. The other good thing we like about the cover page is, the beautiful life and brain are integrated in a fantastic way. The reader’s reactions about the issues, articles and stories published in the past issues are interesting read. As referred in one of the James Bond films, the next world ward could be for Water. An article about ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | September 2014 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | September 2014 Issue | Magazine Reviews

The September 2014 issue of Reader’s Digest India reached us quite on time, and here are our personal view and reviews for the same. The purple color background makes the cover page interesting looking and the it says that there is a themed article about health and heart. The react section (it contains reader’s reactions for the articles in previous issues) is interesting. Especially the reaction of a doctor (which one the prize as well) is really great to read. It is about how the doctor started seeing patients as human beings rather than just bed numbers. It remind you ... Read More »