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Jeevan magazine launched

Jeevan magazine was released by writer Dr Mamoni Raisom Goswami on Thursday at Guwahati. The magazine is launched by Jeevan Initiative, a non-profit organization. Jeevan Initiative is an attempt to celebrate the positive aspects of like, inform our youths about the developments taking place all over the world and bring awareness among them about our strength and available opportunities.


Noted film director Jahnu Baruah was also present and spoke at the occasion. Edited by Suresh Ranjan Goduka, the magazine aims to highlight the positive aspects of life, specially, the issues related to the uplift of youth.

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Parineeta Sharma's picture

Respected Sir&Madam, I wish you for your success.
Bhaskar jyoti Das's picture

Suresh Da, your magazine is so fantastic. and great job.. I always waiting..
Bijoy Sarma,OIL Duliajan's picture

Dear Goduka You might remember me---the days in KKH.Your magazine is good and i take its test when get time. Go ahead.. Bijoyda Duliajan
Arindam Garg's picture

Suresh Da, the articles are informative and unique highlighting positive aspects of life, wish you lots of wishes for future endeavor -ARINDAM

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