‘Konkani Mirror’ Quarterly Journal to be Released on May 7

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)

Mumbai, May 2: ‘Konkani Mirror’ the first ever quarterly journal of Rajapur Saraswat community, owned and edited by Sadanand D Nayak, president of Rajapur Saraswat Sangh of metro, will be released by Sri Shivanand Saraswati Swamiji of Kavale Math, Ponda city of Goa, at 5.00 p m on Wednesday May 7, at their brantch Math located at Banaganga, Valkehwar in the metro.

‘Konkani Mirror’ would serve as a media to exchange ideas among the community brethren living across the globe, work for community development, safeguard traditions, identify talents in the society and unity of community, Sadanand D Nayak expressed his hope.

Shivananda Swamiji, Sadanand D Nayak

`Konkani Mirror’ will be published in English, Konkani and Devanagari, taking into consideration the new generation of community, oldies and educated community brethren, he added.

The journal will be published by Kacheri Publications, owned by Sadanand D Nayak, well known leader of community.


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  • sadanand d nayak, karkala / mumbai

    Wed, May 07 2008

    thank you swatiji for your compliments. supports from people like you encourages me to do new good things. thank u once again.

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  • Swati Nayak, udupi / pune

    Tue, May 06 2008

    Excellent idea of starting this kind of magazine which is badly needed for our community. Hats off to kacheri who is doing always great things with positive attitude.

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