The Ideal Home & Garden - India Edition.
We are house proud. And home loving.And that's what we are hoping The Ideal Home and Garden will reflect. The happiness, the contentment and the peace we talk about in the magazine are all part of the emotion we feel for our home. With work occupying centre stage in most of our lives, home has become that much more rare, and so, more precious. It has come to stand for everything that work isn't. Familiarity, comfort, privacy, luxury, relaxation, recreation, personal space. Having said that, we'd also like to emphasis that The Ideal Home and Garden isn't only about interiors – to label it that would be unfair. It would, sadly, narrow its scope. In essence, we are all about good, comfortable, wholesome living – the magazine covers all the pieces of living that go in to make the picture complete. It is all about the home (inside and out of it) and the life you lead around it.
Homes around the country (city apartments, country homes, holiday cottages, quaint bungalows in not-so-busy bylanes), gardens (from balcony trimmings and indoor plants to well-manicured lawns and terrace conservatories), market information, great gadgets, handy appliances, good things to do this season, value-for-money shopping (at home and abroad), gastronomic indulgence, house fashion, do-it-yourself delights, easy makeover suggestions and lots of tips, trends, ideas and advice are all a part of this pleasure parcel.
We intend to reflect a lot of the market trends along with creating and setting a few good ones of our own - to inspire and excite our readers as well as the market that caters to them. Through the magazine, we provide our readers access to a voracious marketplace, the ultimate consumer's dream. Finally to put it all in a nutshell, the endeavour is to capture a way of life that everybody aspires to. One where everything is beautiful. And at the end of the day, we'd like to believe that we're creating great lifestyles.
Unlike other photography magazines, Smart Photography has to its credit names that have been synonymous with defining and recognizing benchmarks in the industry. Not only do we understand the importance of this wonderful art form, we have also been instrumental in introducing the world's first and finest technologies to this part of the continent. Finally, the one facet that sets us apart, is our unbiased and true-to-the-core equipment reviews that have not only helped photographers decide their essential tools, but have also proved a source of constructive feedback for manufacturers.
So, what happens when all these passionate and dedicated people come together under one roof? The result is an inimitable photo magazine that is all set to redefine the world of photography and imaging!
CAR magazine, overwhelmingly acknowledged as the world's best car magazine, has driven into India under the name of CAR India. Explosive and vibrant, as well as serious and sensuous, CAR India has been launched to satiate the discerning automobile enthusiast who knows his radiators from his air filters. Full to the brim with spectacular international stories, fantastic Indian features and the hows and why about motorsport the world over, CAR India is for the insightful. Stories coupled with incisive analysis take the reader behind the scenes to explain the "Why" behind the "What", all this accompanied by stunning visuals courtesy award-winning design and publicity. CAR India is an authoritative automobile magazine, written for people with a burning passion for anything on four wheels. At the helm of CAR India is the very experienced Aspi Bhathena, one of the most respected names in the Indian and international motoring journalism.
For long, India, the world's second largest two-wheeler market has been deprived of a dedicated two-wheeler magazine. The first of its kind, BIKE India has fixed that urge with a truly adrenaline-pumping passion magazine that caters as much to the super-bike fanatic as to man-on-the-road commuter. Dedicated in its entirety to the country's burgeoning biker community, the magazine is emerging as a biker's bible, not just in India, but across Asia.
Fueling the passion that pervades the biking scene in the country, BIKE India is produced by hardcore motorcycle enthusiasts with more than 25 years of hands-on experience in motorcycling and its associated culture. It is a magazine that respects, and also encourages huge amounts of reader participation in its features, in a way allowing every reader to identify with its character.
After more than 50 years of being the mum's best friend in the UK, and successful editions in Australia, Croatia, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Serbia, Singapore, Spain and Thailand, Mother&Baby has arrived to add value to the lives of Indian parents! Reassuring, reliable and reader-friendly, it's already finding a fan following among expecting mums and mothers to children between the ages of 0 and 5.
From a low-profile, functionality first aspect the Indian Commercial Vehicle industry has made startling progress to become the cynosure of many a global major's eyes. However this success story has seldom received the attention it deserves. Not only does the path breaking Commercial Vehicle attempt to set the record straight, it represents a hat-trick of sorts for Next Gen's automotive division. Joining forces with Car India and Bike, Commercial Vehicle will provide clear, in-depth and differentiated content for readers across the spectrum of the automotive industry.
With its team of dedicated professionals who clearly understand what makes the industry tick, the magazine will span the entire Commercial Vehicle universe. The coverage will not be restricted to trucks, buses, utility vehicles three-wheelers and tractors. We understand that the serious player in the industry also needs to know about components, logistics, infrastructure and construction equipment. Readers will further find the road tests, interactions with key industry players, user tips and international perspectives much to their liking.
These are exciting times for the Indian power sector. Reform and restructuring have started taking shape in a sector that was traditionally a bastion of the state. Major institutions such as regulatory authorities and Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (APTEL) have been set up, and activities such as power trading kick started. While progress has been significant, a lot remains to be accomplished. This is where PowerWatch India (PWI) comes in as a magazine. For a sector where private equity and the private sector's active participation have just about started flowing in, it is very important for all stakeholders to have access to accurate, up-to-date information for making the right value decisions. As a stakeholder in the sector itself - we do not like to call ourselves a magazine - PWI seeks to position itself as an industry player, catalyzing progress in India-s energy space at every step. This is a vision we seek to share with every one of our readers - a vision that will take us forward in establishing a unique identity for ourselves.
Computer active India is a magazine that simplifies and demystifies technology for the common man. Published by Dennis Publishing Ltd, Computer active is United Kingdom's best selling computer magazine. The magazine is a market leader in most of the countries it is published in. In India, this is the first magazine to open up the inundating world of technology to the common man. The magazine's runaway success worldwide can be attributed to its basic philosophy: simple, clear advice on computing and technology in plain, easy-to-understand English. Computer active India encourages its readers to get the most out of their PCs, Tablets and Smart Phones. The magazine has a hands-on approach and, through its popular sections like Workshops and No Problem, it helps readers get the most out of their overall computing experience. Computer active India also excels in giving sound buying advice. While there is no dearth of technology magazines in the country, most of them cater to advanced users and spew jargon, which, at best, confuses readers more than helping them. Computer active India fills this void by opening the world of computing, digital products and technology to the common man, and explains technology in a way that can be understood easily by a 60-year-old grandparent or a 16-year-old teenybopper