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Chandamama.com now also available in Kannada and Marathi

Chandamama.com, an online magazine for kids, has launched its website in Kannada and Marathi. This takes the number of languages on the website to six including English, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. According to Geodesic, which owns Chandamama, with the rural India catching on with the online phenomena, portals in regional languages are expected to continue growing in the coming years.

Chandamama.com, an online magazine for kids, has launched its website in Kannada and Marathi. This takes the number of languages on the website to six including English, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. According to Geodesic, which owns Chandamama, with the rural India catching on with the online phenomena, portals in regional languages are expected to continue growing in the coming years.

“We have launched the websites in regional languages to meet two important objectives,” Prashant Mulekar, executive director, Chandamama, has said. “For children to experience their favourite Chandamama stories on the internet in their native language and also help loyal readers enjoy the magazine’s content online to re-live those old memories.”

Established in 1947, Chandamama is the brain-child of B Nagi Reddy and Chakrapani. The magazine was launched with an aim to entertain and educate young minds about the rich traditions of India. Mumbai-based Geodesic acquired Chandamama in 2007. In the same year, Chandamama made its online presence at Chandamama.com.

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