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Magazine Description: An emagazine for children brought to you by Business Economics inspired by the vision of the SREI Foundation

Sophisticated flying machines…a near exact computation of the speed of light… the calculation of the value of ‘Pi,’… state-of-the-art astronomical observatories… advanced medical and surgical knowledge…sophisticated strategies of statecraft and defense…the list goes on. No, this is not a list of achievements or advances made y any modern “first-world” nation. These are but a few of the remarkable achievements of Indians through the ages. A curiosity to discover all things Indian and a passion to inculcate in present-day children a love for their country and a pride in its achievements in every field inspired the creation of this emagazine, “Sparks” targeted at children between the ages of 5
and 12. Sparks, aims at offering children a panoramic view of a diverse India, but an India that is unified not only in the magnificence of its landscape and its culturescape, but unified as a nation of great thinkers, reformers, artistes, artisans, scientists, doctors and visionaries. We hope to achieve this effectively in this emagazine format which offers a
high degree of interactivity, thus making it both informative and yet entertaining. We aim at offering our young readers a holistic and yet secular lens to understand and appreciate the culture and value system of their country, while at the same time, reiterating the relevance of integrating ancient and traditional knowledge systems, with contemporary modes of living, studying and working. In other words, at a time, when our children are strongly influenced by the west, it is our guiding mission to open their eyes to the richness and relevance of the culture they come from so that they learn to accept and celebrate their Indianness rather than hide it behind a westernized façade.

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