Chandamama Telugu Children Stories To In PDF Format Books HyderabadChandamama was a classic Indian monthly magazine for children, famous for its illustrations. Originally, "Chandamama" was started in Telugu by B. Nagi Reddy and Chakrapani , noted Telugu Film makers. It was edited by Kodavatiganti Kutumba Rao, a very close friend of Chakrapani and a literary colossus in Telugu Literature, who edited it for 28 years, till his death in August In , Chandamama was bought by Geodesic, a Mumbai-based software services provider company. They planned to take the then 60 year old magazine into the digital era.
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New sections include Sports, Technology, Contemporary, and Activities. Chandamama is a monthly magazine for kids and youngsters, covering a wide range of titles on Indian history, folklore, mythology and culture. Read your favourite stories in your own language. Your Language, Your Chandamama. The payment for the subscription received on or before the 15th of the month will start with the forthcoming issue. For payments received after the 15th of the month please allow 6 weeks for your copy to be delivered to you. Eg: For payment received on 13 th February, the subscription will start from the month of March.
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Childhood holds many special treasurable memories for all of us. How beautiful were the days when our grandmothers used to read out these wonderful storybooks during our bedtime? Most of the stories published were fiction-based and entertained the fans for many years. Another factor that made it a crowd-favourite was its simple third-person narration style. The book was started by B.
Packaging the stories and folklores with illustrations, Chandamama is bringing the tales enjoyed by our grandparents back in fashion, in digital format. It also became a launchpad for artists like M. Acharya whose painting brought the Mysore Dasara Exhibition alive in canvas; it fostered the seeds of gender equality and empowerment with T. Veera Raghavan, who signed her work as Chithra; among many others. The magazine continued to allure its readers till July, enjoying a mass readership base of over 2,00, people.
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