with our new design, we have made it easy for our visitors to browse and navigate through our issues. As we have now a better server and adequate resources, we will keep all our issues online in pdf as well as online version, readable and accessible anytime, anywhere. In simple terms, now you will be able to find every issue in web-format and pdf, the both. Just explore the ‘Archives’ page, and you will be able to see the downloadable issues and links to previous issues to read online. We were thinking of this idea since long, as we wished to keep all the precious poems and stories sent to us online forever. Finally, we are able to do it. Below, after the editorial, you will find the links to read the poems, stories, articles and interviews published in the current issue.
Hello, dear readers of Ashvamegh! I had a great month reading, writing, managing and planning. And I do hope all of you must have had the superb month as well. 15 July has come and I am here again, presenting to all my readers another issue of Ashvamegh and it has marked our 20th successful issue in a row! Thanks for the continuing and widening readership, friends and also big thanks to all those contributors who have made it possible! I am truly enthusiastic about this literary journey in which we have come so far. I am confident this will continue as ever. And on this great day, I have some announcements to make.
Ashvamegh has found the mediums to fund its literary journey and that’s why I am announcing to make the research paper publication free of any cost, how much minimal it might be! Now the research scholars and academicians won’t have to pay a penny to get their research papers published in Ashvamegh!
In the current issue – July 2017, I am happy to present some newly found talents in the field of creative writing. The featured poet for this month, Megha, is a talented poet in making. A student of the masters degree, her poetry is amazing and I hope readers will like her works. I would also like the readers to pay attention to the poems of Jude Cowan, a British poet, who has written wonderfully about the simple events she witnessed in India during her Goa tour. I congratulate all other contributors who are published in this issue.
As always, I will be hoping for your continued readership and support for Ashvamegh!