Wednesday, December 7, 2011

10th Anniversary of Hindu Voice

10th Anniversary of Hindu Voice

Dear Subscribers, Readers and Wellwishers,

With the March 2012 issue, Hindu Voice, will be completing TEN years of services to the Hindu Society. With the present issue (of Dec. 2011), 117 issues have come out without any break or delay. There is no ‘combined’ issue also.

To commemorate our Ten years of uninterrupted services to its subscribers, we will be organising a Readers-cum-Public Meet, in April 2012, to be addressed by a well known Hindu leader.
On this occasion, we will also be undertaking the following activities:

1. Publishing a compendium titled

2. Organising an Exhibition titled HINDU
SERVICES EXPO-2012, for three days

3. Publishing the 2nd Edition of Directory
of World Hindu Organisations.

The complete details of all the above events/programmes are given under:


To commemorate the non-stop services of Hindu Voice to the Hindu society for TEN years, we are planning a public function in April 2012.

On this occasion we are coming out with a “Hindu Voice Digest”, which will contain important editorials and articles (written by me) published in Hindu Voice, during these TEN years. The Editorials and Articles are comments and critiques of events, as and when they were taking place, from a Hindu perspective. The Digest is expected to be of about 400 pages, in 1/8th size.

At each page, there will be a bottom line ‘this page is sponsored by Shri ..........’. There will be a charge of Rs.500/- for each page sponsored. The sponsor will also get a copy of the Digest free.
I would request you to kindly sponsor as many pages as possible, and help me in bringing out this Digest. Also, any type of financial help for the further growth of Hindu Voice is welcome.

You can also book a copy of the Hindu Voice Digest now at a prepublication price of Rs.300/- per copy.

2. Hindu Services Expo-2012
April 2012

There are thousands of Hindu Organisations, Mutts, Ashrams, Institutions, etc. all over the world which are rendering remarkable services to the society, in the field of Culture, Education, Health care, Spiritualism, Yoga, Ayurved, Social Welfare, Hindu awareness, Hindu Unity, etc. Many of them shun publicity, and therefore the excellent work they do just go unnoticed.

Hindu Services Expo-2012 - an exhibition of Hindu Organisations serving the society - will present the positive side of Hindu Society, by informing the world what constructive activities Hindus are undertaking for the betterment of humanity.

It will also be a meeting point between Service Organisations and the prospective supporters/donors.

The Expo will also be a platform for selling Swadeshi Products and Publications promoting Nationalism/Hinduism.

The exact dates (preferably for 3 days in April 2012), timings and venue are being finalised.

Hindu Services Expo-2012 will be organised under the auspices of Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum, a NGO promoted by Hindu Voice and registered as a Public Charitable Trust in Mumbai.

HJIF looks for sponsors for this Exhibition. If we get enough sponsors, we can even allot the stalls free to interested participants.

If you are interested in joining hands with us in this Event Management, you are most welcome. Please get in touch with us.

3. Directory of World Hindu Organisations
2nd Edition - April 2012 (to be published by Hindu Voice)
(A Who-is-Who of Hindu Service Organisations, working for the general good and welfare
of the society and for the upliftment of poor and downtrodden)

Hindu Voice is an independent Monthly will be completing TEN years of uninterrupted services to its subscribers. We will be celebrating this by organising a public event in April 2012.

In April 2008. Hindu Voice had compiled a “Directory of World Hindu Organisations” giving details of some of the organisations/NGOs which are working for Hindu cause. The 2nd edition is under compilation, to be brought out in April 2012. The participation in the Directory of World Hindu Organisations is absolutely free. If you consider yourself to be a proud Hindu and are rendering some service to the society, kindly fill up the Free-Entry Data-Sheet appearing alongside and send it to us. (You can send these details by email too).

The Directory of World Hindu Organisations will also carry articles. We invite articles from Hindu Dharmacharyas, Swamijis, Intellectuals, Activists, Scholars, etc, on the issues facing the Hindu society and their vision and mission in solving them.

To defray the production cost, we will also be accepting advertisements from all concerned. The advertisement tariff is given on overleaf. All advertisers will get a copy of the Directory of World Hindu Organisations, free. Any advertisement help would be much appreciated. Advertisement tariff will be given on request.

We also look for sponsors for the project. If you wish to be one, kindly get in touch with the undersigned. You would be supporting a great Hindu cause, and we will highlight this fact in the Directory.

I would request all Hindu Oranisations, Mutts, Ashrams, NGOs, Institutions, etc. to kindly participate in the 2nd edition of the Directory of World Hindu Organisations and make your services known to others.

Details required for FREE LISTING in the Directory of World Hindu Organisations
(Fill up this form or type out these details on your letterhead and send to Hindu Voice.
You can send these details by email also at: and/or

1. Name of the Organisation/ :
2. Complete address :
with PIN code: :
Tel. :
Fax. :
Email :
Website :

3. Names of any two :
top persons with :
their designations :

4. Details of Services/Activities :
being undertaken :
(in about 100 words) :

For further details, contact:

P. Deivamuthu
Hindu Voice
210, Abhinav CHS, 2nd Floor, Teen Dongri,
Yeshwant Nagar, Goregaon West, Mumbai 400062.
Tel: 022-28764460, 28764418, 09324728153
Email: or

Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Protector of Hindutva
needs Protection
P. Deivamuthu, Editor

Over the past many years, Dr. Subramaniam Swamy, President of Janata Party, is in the forefront to protect Hindu and national interests. He has been fighting many cases of corruption against the government, and also many unconstitutional acts by the UPA Govt.

Had it not been for Dr. Swamy, the Ram Sethu would have been broken long back by Mr. T.R. Balu, the then Surface Transport Minister of DMK in UPA-1. Still he was successful in dumping about Rs.800 crores in the Bay of Bengal, just for nothing, a considerable portion of which must have gone to his son’s firm in Maritius.

Now Dr. Swamy has filed cases against A. Raja of DMK and is also asking for the sanction to prosecute M. Karunanidhi, CM of TN, from the Governor of Tamil Nadu.

He has also fought a case in the Kerala High Court against the sanctioning of opening an Islamic Bank in Kerala.

Last year, when he went into the Madras High Court to implead himself against the take over of the Chidambaram Natarajar Temple, he was attacked by a group of lawyers inside the court premises.

Sometime back, his office in Madurai was ransacked by anti-social elements.

I was surprised at his simplicity and total commitment to National cause, when I met him at a Seminar in Ahmedabad in Oct. 2009.

Since Dr. Swamy has earned the ill-will of all anti-national and antisocial elements, he might have been in the hit list of such inimical forces. For us Nationalists, his life is precious. Hence I demand that Dr. Subramaniam Swamy be provided with proper security by the Govt. of India.

Meantime, the UPA Govt. will be solely and wholly responsible, if anything happens to this Whistle Blower.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Hindu Media - A Mirage

Hindu Media - A Mirage
P. Deivamuthu, Editor, Hindu Voice

On and off, I do receive letters from readers moaning about the absence of a Hindu media. Many times, intensive discussions are held on the net on the subject. Hence, I thought of putting my thoughts.

From my experience as the editor of Hindu Voice and National Spirit, I can definitely say that a Hindu Media is a mirage. A few individuals like me may undertake the work and run the show for sometime, but collective efforts will not succeed, due to the ego problem existing among Hindus. Who will own it and wield supreme is the daunting question.

Before we talk of developing a Hindu Media, we should analyse why the existing Hindu media is not growing or folded up.

1. Jain TV was owned by Dr. J.K. Jain, who was a BJP MP. Why it folded up? Was there any ego problem between Dr. Jain and BJP leaders? Did the BJP leaders think that a media baron may get name and fame and supersede them?

2. Zee TV is owned by Shri Subhash Chandra, a BJP man. Why does it not support Hindutva? Is there any ego problem between Subhash Chandra and BJP leaders? Or is it that Zee TV feels that Hindutva will not sell and they will not be able to survive in the market unless they are 'secular'?

3. Sudarshan TV is owned by Shri Suresh Chavhanke. His channel is being broadcast but could be seen only in some places in and around Delhi. I met Suresh ji sometime back at Hotel Taj President at Colaba, Mumbai. After checking in, he surfed for Sudarshan TV. When he could not find it, he called the manager and questioned him. The manager immediately called the concerned engineer and asked him to do the needful. Within half an hour, Sudershan TV could be watched in Taj President Hotel, Mumbai. When I met him in his room, I too watched it. But I am not able to watch it in my home. The Multi-System Operators refuse to catch its signal, unless paid in crores.

Recently, I watched his programme BINDAS BOL (say freely) on the net about Soharabuddin case. Sureshji was fully supporting the Hindutva cause. He was supporting Narendra Modi to the hilt. But how many Hindu industrialists or Hindu organisations are going to help him to effectively run the show? Will the Gujarat government or Narendra Modi help him? I am sure, NOBODY WILL.

4. The Pioneer, Delhi, a daily newspaper, is fully supporting Hindu cause. I do not know if any Hindu businessmen or Hindu organisations help it grow. I even doubt whether those Hindus who are active on the net are buying its hard copy, to boost up its sales.

5. There are many magazines being run by Hindus all over the country, in English, Hindi and local languages. Why are they not being subscribed for in lakhs, if not in millions?

6. I have been running Hindu Voice since April 2002, and have launched National Spirit since April 2010. How many Hindu industrialists or Hindu organisations are supporting me. NO BODY (except a few honourable exceptions - some in India and some NRIs).

What I want to say is that Hindus themselves, except a few out of the many who are moaning on the net, do not support Hindu media. Look at the following example.

A few months back RSS Chief Shri Mohan Bhagwat Ji visited Kollam, Kerala. About one lakh Swayamsevak in full uniform attended the function. Another about one lakh citizens also attended to listen to his inspiring speech. Even if 20% of these two lakh start buying Janmabhoomi , a Malayalam daily promoting Hindutva, its sales would boom. But how many Hindus in Kerala buy Janmabhoomi? Compare this with Saamna in Mumbai. Almost all Shiv Sainiks buy Saamna, which makes it not only survive but thrive. Same is the case with other ideologically committed newspapers - be it of Communists, Christians or Muslims. They all buy 'their' paper, but Hindus DON'T, because they are 'secular'. Hindus will buy anti-Hindu papers and watch anti-Hindu Channels, but not those espousing Hindutva. Hindus would prefer to put their moneys in a Hundi in a temple, to be usurped by the Govt, rather than giving it for a genuine Hindu cause or service. Then how do you expect Hindu media to survive, leave alone thriving?

I said collective efforts will not succeed. I have reason to say this. I was the Managing Editor of Hindu Muzhakkam (Garjana), a Tamil monthly launched by VHP, Mumbai. After running it for four years, I had to give up my responsibility, and it became defunct (not due to financial problem), although we got RNI No., Postal Permission, etc. A sense of oneness is lacking when a group is formed. When someone starts working with a sense of belonging, there are a few to demoralise and deride him. This is a general problem every where, I hope. A feeling that the Editor is growing more than the Organisation is lurking among the other members of the organisation, which is but natural.

Many Hindus who talk of Hindu Media are vague and confused - Who will own it? Who will practically work on the project? Who will finance it? What about the risk involved? etc. Many Hindus even think that they have the knowledge/concept and someone should implement it with other's money. Some even think that everything should be done under their command, except the financial aspect. Simply speaking, Hindus do not want to part with their money for Hindu cause. Nor do they want to read papers and magazines promoting Hindutva to come out of their cultivated ignorance. I have come across Hindus who have discontinued their subscription to Hindu Voice. The reason - when they read Hindu Voice, their peace of mind is disturbed. Yes, telling the truth and the danger that is going to engulf their children is disturbing their peace! Their attitude is like that of a pigeon, which thinks that if it closes its eyes, the cat will not pounce on it!

Sometimes I am pained to see an individual, who a few years ago was a Hindu and converted to Christianity and became a Pastor, has earned name and fame. Not only that, he brings out a magazine of say 48 pages, all in multi-colour, and prints at least a lakh copies and sends them to his followers. In Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, there are dozens of such Pastors. Every one just forms a 'Sabha' and prints lakhs of copies of his Sabha Magazine. Compared to them, I am ashamed of my inability to even survive, leave alone thriving. Definitely, I am not responsible for this, but Hindus jointly are.

One reason for Hindus not forthcoming to support an individual may be that the individual may discard him once he gets name and fame. It has happened in some cases. But unless rich Hindus take the risk of trusting and supporting someone fighting for Hindu causes, how can we build a Hindu Media?

I conclude - Hindu Media is a mirage. It is just impossible. If my belief is turned out to be wrong, I would be happy.

But still there is some silver lining - to take Hindutva messages to millions of people through the electronic media. Apart from Sudarshan TV
I mentioned above, there are new TV channels who are willing to carry our message. A2Z is a news channel run by a Sadak of Sant Asaram Bapu. The RKB Show in Lemon TV (of Rajiv Bajaj) is giving space to Hindutva views. As it is, Aastha and Sanskar channels are carrying Swami Ram Dev's Bharat Swabhiman's message. Shankara TV of Kanchi Madam is also propagating Santan Hindu Dharm. With the help of these limited exposure, Hindutva message can be taken to millions. Hindus who are complaining of the absence of Hindu media, should propagate these Channels among their friends circle so that more and more people start watching these channels.

However, having an English TV channel similar to NDTV or CNN-IBN is a far cry. Church Money and Petro Dollars freely flow to them to carry on their anti-Hindu and anti-India agenda. Can a Hindu media expect such a free flow of money from any quarter? Just impossible.

(*Editor, Hindu Voice Monthly & National Spirit Weekly and Founder-President, Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum. All the three entities are working for a single cause - to remove the cultivated ignorance of Hindus and save Mother Bharat).

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum

(A NGO promoted by Hindu Voice and Registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950)
Regn. No. E-25872(M) dtd. 15th July 2009
210 Abhinav, 2nd Floor, Teen Dongri, Yeshwant Nagar, Goregaon West, Mumbai 400062.
Tel: 28764460, 09324728153 * Email: *

1. Does the GoI consider Indians as potential criminals?
Just before the Allahabad High Court was to give its verdict on 30th Sept. 2010 on the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Structure issue, the Govt. of India came out with large advertisements in all leading newspapers asking people to maintain peace. The Prime Minister and the Home Minister came on TV, and advised people to maintain calm. The home ministry identified several sensitive areas where trouble could erupt. A huge troop mobilisation was made. Even Air Force helicopters were pressed into service and Rapid Action Forces were kept ready to be moved to troubled spots. There was a virtual fear psychosis created across the country. Many MNCs and offices closed their shops for the day, and declared holiday. The loss to the economy due to this self-imposed curfew is enormous. The roads, bus stops, railway stations and the markets wore a deserted look.
This is when both the litigants guaranteed calm, and if they have grievances they will appeal to the Supreme Court. Promises were made prominently by the RSS chief Shri Mohanji Bhagvat, and others on the Hindu side. So too the Sunni Waqf Board and Muslim leaders made assurance that they will maintain peace, and will resort to legal recourse.
The judgement has come. As promised, both Hindus and Muslims have maintained peace. There is no untoward incidents all over this vast nation.
Under these circumstances, Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Form feels that the Government of India owes an explanation to the nation as to what made them to create this fear psychosis among the people. What was the need to take out such large advertisements appealing for peace? Whom were they afraid of creating trouble, when both the parties had assured peace? What was the necessity to mobilise even our Air Force? Does the Government of India consider its citizens as potential criminals and trouble makers? Was it done on the basis of any Intelligence Reports? All these questions need answers from the Govt.
The inference of the common man is that the Government of India has ended up with egg on its face. The people have shown enough maturity. But the Government has not.
2. SAHMAT trying to disturb communal harmony
While the parties to the dispute have maintained peace, a fringe organisation named SAHMAT has come out with a Statement on Ayodhya Verdict dated 1st October 2010 with a view to creating communal tension. The statement is signed by 61 'intellectuals' and 'eminent historians', many of whom are holding cozy govt. and semi-government positions and are enjoying government perks. They seem to be unhappy at the communal peace prevailing after the judgement.
The statement reads that "we cannot but see the judgement as yet another blow to the secular fabric of our country". Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum demands from Sahmat, in what way the judgement tears the secular fabric of the country? Secularism will be alive and kicking as long as Hindus are strong and in the majority. That is why when the Constitution was framed, none of the Hindu leaders insisted on the word 'secularism' in its Preamble. Only Smt. Indira Gandhi included it during emergency to fool the people, as though secularism was not existing from 1947 till 1975. That it has today come to mean as 'minority appeasement' is a different matter.
By stating that "The most objectionable part of the judgement is the legitimation it provides to violence and muscle-power" and "it accepts the destruction of the mosque in 1992", SAHMAT is trying to mislead the general public. The case in question was a civil suit. The question of demolition of Babri structure on 6th Dec. 1992 is an alleged criminal act and was out of the purview of this court.
SAHMAT's statement questions the findings of the Archeological Survey of India and calls it controversial. In fact, most of the signatories to the statement have all along been fooling the public by twisting the history of India and Hindus. The Allahabad High Court judgement has proved that they are all liars. The judgement has exposed them and therefore they are running helter-skelter. The ASI excavated the site in the presence of two judicial officers and many witnesses, many of whom were Muslims. Look at what Justice Sudhir Agarwal has stated in his judgement, "In our view, the conclusion drawn by the ASI in the project accomplished within an extra-ordinary brief period and with such an excellence precision and perfection deserve commendation and appreciation instead of condemnation." But SAHMAT thinks otherwise!
When even Muslim do not dispute that Lord Ram existed or that he was born in Ayodhya, the signatories to the statement have always been raising the canard of 'absence of evidence'. Although eminent persons like Shri Arun Shourie, Dr. Koenraad Elst, Dr.David Frawley, Late Shri Sita Ram Goel , Late Shri Ram Swarup, Dr. N.S. Rajaram etc., have exposed these "Eminences" in their respective works, they (the 'Eminences') have always been able to 'get away' with their 'fabrications' of our history and our civilizational ethos. It has taken nearly 60 years for Hindus to legally prove their (Hindus') claims and expose these lies. And they are now furious that the Allahabad High Court has refused to put its stamp of approval on all their fabrications and lies.
By casting aspersions on the AHC judgement, SAHMAT and the 61 'intellectuals' and 'eminent historians' who have signed the Statement have done an act which amounts to contempt of court. Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum appeals to the Supreme Court that it take suo moto action against all those signatories and the communal organisation, SAHMAT. These people must be proscribed and given exemplary punishment, for attempting to rekindle communal frenzy.
3. The supreme Court has already decided 'not to decide'
Both the litigants have declared that they will go to the Supreme Court. However, the Supreme Court has already decided 'not to decide' on this case. On 7th January 1993, the President of India referred the issue to the Supreme Court for a decision. The Presidential reference read: "Whether a Hindu Temple or any religious structure existed prior to the construction of the Ramjanmabhoomi–Babri Masjid (including the premises of the inner and outer courtyards of such structure) in the areas on which the structure stood?"

Chief Justice of India M.N. Venkatachaliah, Justice J.S. Verma and Justice G.N. Ray together signed a judgement dated 24th October 1994, which said, in para 100(11): "We very respectfully decline to answer it and return the same". Justice A.M. Ahmadi and Justice S.P. Bharucha gave their judgement on the same day. Para 165 of their judgement read: "The Presidential Reference is returned respectfully, unanswered". Haven't they already decided 'not to decide'?

Therefore, Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum appeals to all concerned that the Allahabad High Court's verdict be treated as the end of the judicial process in this issue.

4. The government's word:

Those who opposed the presidential reference dated 7th January 1993 said the question was academic and vague and did not serve any constitutional purpose. The Supreme Court asked the solicitor-general to clarify. The solicitor-general responded with a written statement on behalf of the central government on September 14, 1994. He said the government would treat the finding of the court on the question of fact raised in the presidential reference as a verdict which is final and binding. Government's action in this regard will be even-handed in respect of both the communities. If the question referred is answered in the affirmative, namely, that a Hindu temple/structure did exist prior to the construction of the demolished structure, government action will be in support of the wishes of the Hindu community.

Now that the AHC has unanimoulsy upheld the FACT that a Hindu Temple pre-dated the Babri structure and since the Government of India had given a written undertaking to the Supreme Court on 14th Sept. 1994, the Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum demands that the UPA Govt. now honour its word.

5. Shia-Sunni dispute

But what is surprising is that while the Shia Muslims are magnanimous in offering the entire site for constructing a Ram Temple, it is the Sunni Muslims who are on the war path. Babar was a Shia Muslim and the Babri structure was a Shia structure. Shias and Sunnis are having separate Mosques and Graveyards. One does not go to the other. Then how can Sunni Muslims fight for this Shia structure? In fact, Sunni Muslims are bombing Shia mosques and killing Shia Muslims in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq. But in India, they ostensibly come to the rescue of Shia Muslims when Shias themselves don't want them.

6. Make law for building the Temple.

Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum is all for a negotiated settlement of the dispute. Since Shia Muslims are already ready, the Sunni Muslims should give up their claim on the 1/3 plot and pave the way for building a magnificent Ram Temple at Ayodhya. In the absence of any negotiated settlement, Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum demands that the parliament pass a law giving the entire disputed land to Hindus for building the temple for Sri Ram.

P. Deivamuthu
Founder-President, Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum (Regd.)
Editor, Hindu Voice (Monthly)
Editor, National Spirit (Weekly).

Mumbai, Dated: 13th October 2010

Sunday, July 18, 2010

New Books

New Booklets Published by us.

1. Hindus Beware!
(Our Unity, Integrity, Freedom, Democracy and Fundamental Rights are in danger)
This is a small booklet of 16 pages in 1/8th size. It contains excerpts from an interview of a Jamaat-e-Islami leader in Pakistan. He has revealed the ideology of Islam, by extensively quoting Quran and Hadith. It is important that every Hindu is aware of this ideology of Islam, and realises how dangerous it is for our Unity, Integrity, Freedom, Democracy and Fundamental Rights and also for Women. Buy at least 100 copies and distribute them among your friends and wellwishers. It is a National Service.
Cost for 100 copies: Rs.250/- (RPP charges included) (Per copy Rs.3/- + Rs.4/- for Book Post!)

2. The Need For a Hindu Nation
By P. Deivamuthu, Editor, Hindu Voice
A small booklet of 16 pages in 1/8th size, it explains how Hindus and Hinduism are being ill-treated by the present government, and the need for establishing a pro-Hindu government as a precursor to a Hindu Nation.
Cost for 100 copies: Rs.250/- (RPP charges included) (Per copy Rs.3/- + Rs.4/- for Book Post!)

3. Say proudly 'I am a Hindu'
A small booklet of 16 pages in 1/8th size, it explains the need for saying with pride that 'I am a Hindu'. It details how Hinduism is respected in all Western countries, opposite to the treatment it receives from pervertede secularists in India.
Cost for 100 copies: Rs.250/- (RPP charges included) (Per copy Rs.3/- + Rs.4/- for Book Post!)

All the three Booklets are available in Hindi also, at the same rate.

Contact Publishers:
Hindu Journalists & Intellectuals Forum (Regd.)
(A NGO promoted by Hindu Voice)
210 Abhinav, 2nd Floor, Teen Dongri, Yeshwant Nagar,
Goregaon West, Mumbai 400062. Tel: 28764460, 09324728153
Email: /

Sunday, April 18, 2010



You can subscribe for the soft copy also (PDF Format). Every week on Friday, we will send you a PDF file, to your Email ID. The charges are very nominal - only Rs.100/- for 52 issues. You can open the PDF file and read the entire issue. The rate of Rs.100/- is for subscribers all over the world. NRIs may inform their relatives in India to pay on their behalf, as the amount is very small. While you will be reading the entire issue on your computer screen, you will also be helping a national cause. We will only need your Email ID and not your postal address. You can send the money by a check/DD favouring "National Spirit". Alternatively you can deposit the amount in the Current Account of Hindu Voice with Indian Bank - Current Account No. 412081256 - name of a/c "Hindu Voice" Indian Bank, Goregaon West Branch - and intimate us by email - or or

Thursday, April 1, 2010

National Spirit Launched

National Spirit, a Weekly Tabloid, stirring up the Soul of India has been launched. The inaugural issue dated 2nd April 2010 has hit the stall today, 1st April 2010, in Mumbai. Annual Subscription Rs.250/- for 52 issues. Three-year Subscription Rs.700/- (for 156 issues). Cheque (payable at Mumbai) or DD should be made payable to "National Spirit" and sent at:

National Spirit
210, Abhinav, Teen Dongri
Yeshwant Nagar, Goregaon West
Mumbai 400062.
Tel: 022-28764460, 28764418, 09324728153.