Publication of Kayastha Spandan digital edition restarts after pause due to COVID-19

The post by Kayastha Spandan, spokesperson for Panvel’s Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu Samaj (CKPS), was relaunched on Tuesday, May 3, on the occasion of Akshay Tritiya. The editorial board had stopped publishing Kayastha Spandan during the Covid-19 pandemic. From now on, readers will get the digital format of the magazine.

Kayastha Spandan is published and disseminated within the Kayastha society which is endowed with knowledge, intellect, bravery and faith. As it will be published in digital format, the magazine will reach the Kayastha brothers across the country and even abroad.

Muktatai Kishor (Raju Sheth) Gupte presided over the magazine’s reissue ceremony. Panvel CKP Vice President Samaj, Journalist Nitin Deshmukh and Publisher Meenal Ranadive attended as chief guests.

Gupte disclosed the issue after offering the flower at the feet of Shri Laxminarayan. Mandar Donde, member of the editorial board and former secretary, made introductory remarks. Ranadive informed the public about his decision to go for the digital edition instead of the print edition.

Vice President Nitin Deshmukh welcomed the decision to publish in digital format and assured the Board that the Board would be by his side whenever needed. Expressing best wishes for a speedy completion of the trip.

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Posted: Thursday, May 05, 2022 10:56 AM IST

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