Vijayavani’s special magazine on Deepavali received demands even post the festive season
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | December 20, 2012
Vijayavani published a firecracker of a Deepavali magazine which is a remarkable feat considering it’s been barely 8 months since Vijayavani was launched in Karnataka.
Flagged off by the highly acclaimed actress- Tara, Vijayavani’s special magazine received tremendous response and demands for more copies even post the festive season! For the cherry on top, the winners of the Vijayavani magazine contest received a personally autographed magazine from the Krama and Hasina star who is also a National Award winner. This is a matter of great pride for the publishers who are inundated with greater requirements but are unable to print any further!
The embossed headline along with 8 pages of art 250 GSM paper set the tone for this high quality Vijayavani journal. Readers’ delight and the advertisers’ happy hunting ground, this 256 page unique magazine comprised of 120 editorial pages, with the rest dedicated to prestigious ads from categories ranging from personal care to household durables and from consumer electronics to Automobile and Banking. It also included a 300 GSM bookmark so that you don’t forget where you left off! But why would you forget where you left off?
This is a high possibility for the reason that popular writers of the country provide their invaluable contribution. Lakshmish Tholapadi, Doddarangegowda, M.V.Sharma Theldeshe, Dr.S R Leelaa, Chaya Bhagawathi, Girish Kasarvalli, Dr. Channaver Kanavi, Dr. Siddalingayya, Dr. Kavitha Rai, the list is endless. Along with the articles by renowned writers, the content encompassed poems, short stories, write-up on the 100 years of the India film Industry etc.
Overall, the response and trust for the Vijayavani magazine exhibited by the clients, agencies and readers was extremely overwhelming. That there is indeed no better way to revel in the festivities was well established by Vijayavani’s highly sought-after Deepavali magazine. It’s a pity that Diwali comes only once a year!