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They planned to take the then 60 year old magazine into ambulimama digital era. It was revamped in November and had gone contemporary in terms of language, a,bulimama, ambulimama, and content.
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We will be back soon. Retrieved from ” https: With the acquisition by a technology company, Chandamama has announced  that it will digitize and make available much of its content ambulimama digital libraries and on the web. As of Julythe current status of the magazine is unknown – as the parent ambulimama Geodesic is ambulimama the liquidation process and ambulimama Chandamama brand and IP is expected to be sold off ambulimama due course.
Ambulimama it continued to carry old favourites like Vikram-Betal and mythological tales, there were several new additions including contemporary stories, adventure serials, sports, technology, news pages, ambulimama.
ambulimama The founder editor of the magazine was B. In late ambulimama, Chandamama released its revamped internet presence to better cater to readers who demand information and content beyond the printed publication.
Views Read Edit View history. The Punjabi, Ambulimama and Sinhala editions were published only ambulimama a short period.
Some of the ambulimama and the folklore features were written by Dasari Subrahmanyam, who made serials like Patala Durgam, etc.
The official website of the magazine was allowed to expire and drop by the magazine owners and ambulimama current website is not associated with the Chandamama magazine. Originally, “Chandamama” was ambulimama in Ambulimama by B. The magazine started zmbulimama ambulimama trend of telling a story, almost always bound by a common thread of moral ambulimama, with a grandparents’ style of storytelling in the most flexible third-person narrative modeon print.
The main features of Indian Amhulimama was completely written by Kutumbarao, who also developed the magazine by encouraging young writers in Telugu ambulimama adapted them to suit the Telugu written style that he made so ambulimama in Andhra and the Telugu speaking people for decades.
Chandamama was a classic Indian monthly magazine for children, famous for its illustrations. The magazine ceased publication inowing ambulimama labour disputes. They included such names ambulimama M.
Nagi Reddy who ambulimama became a leading film producer in South India. The Times Of India. In ambulimama, Chandamama Multimedia Ambulimama have also been published. Celebrating 60 Wonderful Years. It has also tied up with satellite radio service provider Worldspace to bring the Indian storytelling amvulimama live through radio. As the oldest brand in the field, Chandamama had taken up the responsibility of delivering entertaining, sensitive, and educational literature for its ambulimama readers.
However the magazine is currently defunct ambulimama Geodesic itself was found defaulting on ambulimama loans and was ordered to be wound up by the Mumbai High Court.
It declared that ambulimama 60 year’s publication in all Indian languages would be put online soon. Kannada edition first appeared in July followed by Hindi in August A message was given on the official Facebook page of ambulimama magazine on 30 May saying that ambulimama could not publish issues from March because ambulimama technical problems, and the magazine would restart publishing from July onwards.
For other uses of “Chandamama”, see Chandamama disambiguation. This page was last edited on ambulimama Julyat No English editions were published from October to June 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 For the Malayalam film, see Ambili Ammavan film.