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In this issue

The Dignity Dialogue Magazine, India’s pioneering magazine for senior citizens, was launched in the year 1995. This monthly magazine provides inspiration, motivation and knowledge to senior citizens and has a large devoted readership. The magazine has provided a platform for many senior citizens to become budding writers and travel journalists. The magazine has a readership of close to 50,000 senior citizens spread all over the country.

I Hope I Never Lose My Voice

Asha Bhosle, the evergreen playback singer who has some of the greatest film hits to her credit, celebrated her 88th birthday in September 2020. But age has never been a determining factor. She continues to do what she loves the most – singing.

I Hope I Never Lose My Voice

10+ mins

Reverse Mortgage: A Boon for Seniors

The thought of being financially independent, not running short of funds in case of medical emergencies and not being a burden on their children accords a lot of mental peace and a restored sense of dignity to the elderly. Dr. Sampath Iyer explains how reverse mortgage makes this possible.

Reverse Mortgage: A Boon for Seniors

5 mins

Get Rid of that Bronchial Cough

Symptoms of acute bronchitis usually resolve within one or two weeks with home treatment. You should start to feel noticeably better after a few days. Meanwhile, drink plenty of water and warm liquids and eat healthy foods. The article highlights some of the home remedies that work.

Get Rid of that Bronchial Cough

4 mins

Build Bridges, Not Walls

To be able to live in harmony with each other, we must learn to not just contact but also connect, suggests V Anand Kumar.

Build Bridges, Not Walls

3 mins

Balancing Spirituality and Indulgence

Susanne Kempken, co-founder of The Guided Meditation Site, explains why there is no harm in being indulgent while being spiritual.

Balancing Spirituality and Indulgence

4 mins

Self-Control: The Need of the Hour

‘The Marshmallow Test’ by Walter Mischel is a good book to read for those interested in understanding self-control and learning how to master it. Indira Ananthakrishnan gets into further details of what it means.

Self-Control: The Need of the Hour

4 mins

Different Kinds of Wills

Wills are an important part of the financial planning process. A will is a legal declaration that spells out a person’s wishes and intentions in matters of care of dependents or inheritance of property after his or her own death. Here is an article on the different types of wills.

Different Kinds of Wills

3 mins

Doctor in the Kitchen

Even as we turn to finding a cure for our ailments in our kitchens and gardens, Dr. Sonam Vohra provides an insight into what makes for a home remedy and why caution is required.

Doctor in the Kitchen

3 mins

Stick to a Healthy Diet

Given the current pandemic there is so much information being shared about what makes for a healthy diet that it can become overwhelming. However, there are just a few simple pointers that you must keep in mind.

Stick to a Healthy Diet

3 mins

Understanding the Corona Virus Vaccine

Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect oneself and others from severe illness or death, especially in the case of the coronavirus. This is in addition to other recommended precautions such as wearing mask, keeping social distance and maintaining a high level of hygiene. K R K Moorthy explains how the vaccine works and the possible side effects.

Understanding the Corona Virus Vaccine

5 mins

Herbs And Spices

Krishna Moorthy highlights the importance of commonly used spices and herbs such as cardamom, clove and coriander that help to prevent or treat many an ailment.

Herbs And Spices

5 mins

Make Your Money Work

In this article, Prof. Ruzbeh Bodhanwala and Prof. Shernaz Bodhanwala, faculty at School of Business, FLAME University, Pune, highlight three financial products that should help senior citizens to maximise returns on their investment and have adequate liquidity for any emergency.

Make Your Money Work

4 mins

The Buddhist Way To Liberation

Jayaram V writes about the four stages that Buddhist monks go through in order to attain ‘nirvana’.

The Buddhist Way To Liberation

5 mins

thinking has to take DIFFERENT ROUTES

A corporate leader, writer, speaker, sportsman, avid traveller – T C Narayan has had an exceptional professional and personal life. In an interview with Huned Contractor he shares details about the journey so far.

thinking has to take DIFFERENT ROUTES

10+ mins

Working the Marital Magic

A married life is not always champagne and roses. There will be conflicts for sure. And this is what Monica Fernandes dwells on in this article.

Working the Marital Magic

3 mins

Sun, Sea and Sights in Spain

Albert Xavier recalls his interesting visit to Spain, which was a retirement gift to his own self.

Sun, Sea and Sights in Spain

5 mins

Power of Positivity

Indira Ananthakrishnan was hospitalised for hip surgery in January 2019 after she accidentally tripped and fell in the compound of her house. This is a short account of her personal experience in the hospital. The article is mainly to emphasize the power of positive thinking which is bound to stand us in good stead in our sunset years.

Power of Positivity

4 mins

Indian Armed Forces: The Reel and Real

Hindi films are usually flippant and disrespectful towards the country’s armed forces. Why is this tolerated? Sumit Paul presents his view.

Indian Armed Forces: The Reel and Real

5 mins

The Last Queen

Author: Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni price: ₹445

The Last Queen

2 mins

A Trekking Trail through Maharashtra

Sanjay Nayyar takes off on a ten-day tour of Maharashtra’s hills, waterfalls, rivers and deep valleys to see forts, dams and other interesting sights. Here is his account.

A Trekking Trail through Maharashtra

5 mins

Understanding Mutual Funds

In the first part of a series, Sampath Iyer shares information about what a mutual fund is and how it can help your money grow.

Understanding Mutual Funds

4 mins

‘Hobbies are the Real Stress-Busters'

Mahendra Sarup has been a regular contributor of articles for Dignity Dialogue. In this interaction, he tells us something about himself, likes and dislikes and family.

‘Hobbies are the Real Stress-Busters'

4 mins

Get Rid of Toxicity

By clinging on to the past and to your likes and dislikes you make the fountain of joy turn dry, says Jeanette Saldanha.

Get Rid of Toxicity

4 mins

You Can be a Writer Too!

Writing can be a great hobby or even a profession. Suresh Chandra shares a few tips about how you should go about being a good writer.

You Can be a Writer Too!

5 mins

Picture Perfect!

Those were the days when photography meant lugging around huge cameras with plates. now, it’s simply a matter of click and share. V Ramasubban goes down memory lane to recall his passion for photography.

Picture Perfect!

3 mins

Spiritual Laws that Govern our Lives

If we look at the manifest world, as far as our eyes go, thoughts go and science goes, we seem to be all alone on a small and insignificant planet, surrounded by vast spaces, immense celestial objects and frightening cosmic phenomena. We may perhaps never get a full picture of the universe, its multiple dimensions, what it consists of and how much intelligent life it actually holds, says Jayaram V.

Spiritual Laws that Govern our Lives

6 mins

The ‘Rural' Revolutionary

From being a super cop with the Haryana police force to a social reformer who has changed a neglected village into a role model, former Director General of Police (DGP) Ranjiv P Dalal’s life has been an enchanting one. Mrigank Bhowmick meets him in his village to find out more.

The ‘Rural' Revolutionary

10 mins

It's Too Sweet, Honey!

A study has revealed that almost all honey consumed in India is adulterated with sugar syrup.

It's Too Sweet, Honey!

4 mins

Counting Sheep Before You Sleep

S H Subrahmanian writes about why seniors tend to have sleeping problems.

Counting Sheep Before You Sleep

5 mins

Beyond the Sand Dunes

Apart from the known tourist hotspots of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, Ajmer and Pushkar are gaining on the popularity charts too. N K Agarwal describes his visit to these two cities.

Beyond the Sand Dunes

5 mins

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Dignity Dialogue Magazine Description:

PublisherDignity Foundation

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Dignity Dialogue - One of India’s foremost national magazines exclusively for the 50+ age group, ‘Dignity Dialogue’ was the frontrunner of Dignity Foundation, making its first appearance in 1995. Despite turbulences throughout these 16 years, it has been steadfast in its dispatch to subscribers on the 29th of every month. It has seen many avatars on the way, from a tabloid format to the current getup, from colour to black and white, and now back to a colourful modern model from 2010. 
What has been consistent over these years is the quality of its ‘contents’, which has been receiving rave reviews from its readers, who have become ‘passionate collectors’, carefully storing away copies of every issue over the years for an encore reading! It comes with an eclectic mix of health, wellness, spiritual awareness, environment, modern technology, personal finance, travel options, personalities to be emulated, senior cuisine, books for you, brain games like crossword and Sudoku, and contributions from readers on poetry, humour and nostalgic reflections as well as snippets of information from around the globe. 
In our endeavours to re-invent the magazine every year and make it more attractive for our readers, we have been adding professional columns on various lifestyle issues, consumer problems, photo features, and highlighting current issues, technology and the like, to keep you updated with the times, with an awareness on the environment around you. A special section focussing on the younger generation helps in strengthening intergenerational bonding. 
It has also found a place in the ‘retirement benefits’ of corporates such as RBI, ITC, BPCL, MICA and many more.

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