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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.

Writer, Activist And Much More!

Poet, writer and lyricist Javed Akhtar celebrated his 75th birthday this year and was also honoured with the prestigious Richard Dawkins Award. This article is a compilation of his replies to many interesting questions posed to him over the years.

Writer, Activist And Much More!

10+ mins

Banking Online? Stay Alert!

The convenience offered by internet and mobile banking is worth the effort of going digital. However, there are some precautions that you must observe, suggests Dr. Sampath Iyer.

Banking Online? Stay Alert!

3 mins

An Attitude of Gratitude

Most times we take things for granted. That is not how it should be, says Monica Fernandes.

An Attitude of Gratitude

3 mins

Does Money Matter?

Money does matter, provided we understand to what extent it matters and have a healthy and balanced approach to material riches, says Jeanette Saldanha.

Does Money Matter?

3 mins

Agony of the Migrants

In the wake of the very unfortunate event of migrants rushing home in the midst of the pandemic, Krishan Kalra pens his opinion on how this could have been avoided with a sustainable rural development strategy in place.

Agony of the Migrants

5 mins

Living the Konkani Way of Life

More than just the beaches, forts, mountains and ancient temples, Konkan also offers a unique way to spend your vacation through agro-tourism. Here, you can live on a farm and participate in all the activities related to farming and fishing while enjoying the beauty of nature and indulging in typical local cuisine. Viren Merchant describes his experience.

Living the Konkani Way of Life

4 mins

A Day at a Museum

For Martin D’Costa, a chance visit to the museum of the Department of History and Ancient Indian Culture at the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University in Aurangabad opened the floodgates to a rich insight into India’s past history and culture.

A Day at a Museum

4 mins

Heal Your Own Self

The ability of healing your own self and others through the practice of Bhasma Yoga is promoted by Krishna Guruji who explains in this article what it means and how it can be practiced.

Heal Your Own Self

5 mins

Mind over Matter

There have been reports about the adverse impact of the corona virus pandemic on the minds of seniors. Krishna Moorthy suggests that it’s best to keep mentally stable to avoid panic attacks and stress.

Mind over Matter

5 mins

Of Wills and Testamentary Dispositions – Part II

Advocate Aazmeen Kasad elaborates about the laws of succession and defines legal terms such as Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate.

Of Wills and Testamentary Dispositions – Part II

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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