Agnijaat 23.1.17


Today, 23rd January is the birthday of one of the greatest souls of India, no, he even though he is a Bose we are not related, unfortunately for sure. Would have loved to know that we are related but unfortunately not!

He was one of those sons of India who were born in colonial India and did exemplary things for motherland. It is really hard to imagine that one man, born in a colony of a mighty country could imagine that he will gather an army to free his motherland, not from within his country, that would have been much easier, but from outside! Well, he did that and succeeded brilliantly to start his march towards his motherland, unfortunately tables turned and we lost one of our very best sons.

Salutes to that brave soul! If you want to check out his detailed bio you will get them everywhere. They will be much more fun to read, more elaborate, so go and read them!

The Magh, January Issue of Agnijaat and Agnishatdal were out on 15th January, 1st Magh. They are available as pdf files in my computer, write to me if you want to read them and critique them.

Issues are out so it is time to announce the authors of Magh Agnishatdal (the lotus of fire), January Issue, the first issue of 2017, [(I know you guys already know that Agnijaat-fireborn, this ezine is a solo venture, I write all works (English) and Tony Williams edits them for the quarterlies)]:
The authors of Magh Agnishatdal, that was published on 15th January:
1. Carolyn Page.
2. Dominic Collucci
3. Swati Sarangi
4. Sakhi Bansal
5. Troy David Loy
6. Aayush Maurya
7. Harshita Jain
8. Toni Williams
9. Raghunandan Kuppuswamy
10. Sharmishtha Basu

As you guys already know that the December/poush agnishatdal (lotus of fire) and agnijaat (fireborn) were published on 17.12.16, if you want to read them write to me in and but do give me a critique. Please!
You can simply leave it as a comment here:
and email them to me in my addresses, or make me happier by posting them into your blog, if you do, please do another favour- tag them too, that is if the critique is of Agnishatdal then add its name in the tags, if it is of Agnijaat do the same favour.

You will find the bios of authors of agnishatdal in/under this main page:

If you want to buy the quarterlies you will get them here:



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