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Renaissance by Dr M H Srrinarahari

A homemaker was elated in describing how she could prepare chutney from tomato which she has grown in her kitchen garden in an apartment in a metro city in which she lived. Another was describing the reason for a special…

Guleil: Part 7 – The First Leg – A Serialised Novel By Som Nandivada

“On the way in here, I saw Taurus and the Pleiades, and some kind of a shimmer and shake was going on, or so it seemed in my mind at least. “said Dik to Habshi and Kanwal. He was referring…

Guleil: Part 6 – Parousia – A Serialised Novel By Som Nandivada

“Haven’t we already come and been? Is this a gone and come again deal?” Dik was light headed with travel euphoria, and woozily asked. “Relax, Dik. Take a stroll, stretch your legs. Go crazy.” Lizzie replied. Ike chipped in: “Parousia…

Guleil: Part 5 – Arrival – A Serialised Novel By Som Nandivada

“So, we’re here.” Liz said in a matter of fact way. As a stewardess her job was done halfway to completion. Triton was a world like none other, or like any other, depending on how you looked at it. And…

Mirror Image! By Dr. M H Srinarahari

“Hi!” exclaimed she. “What happened? Asha,” responded Sowmya after a while. “Mum, come and see for yourself. You will be surprised about what you are going to watch on the web.” Asha was browsing one of the Indian websites. She…

Guleil: Part 4 – Leg(omenon), The Last Word – A Serialised Novel By Som Nandivada

“My game! Mine! Eeeee…YYaaaaHH” Da.da.da.da.da.da…. Pound.Bang!!!! Matka was a game they played on ship for the whiling away of the time. Lizzie liked Matka. She managed to beat Dik at it once in a way. Mostly though he bludgeoned his…

Issue 27: Editorial

In this edition, we bring the fourth part of the serialized novel, Guleil. Dr Srihari is back with a wonderful story. Hope you enjoy this issue and as always, feedback is welcome! From This Issue:

Report of the 7th National Science Fiction Conference By Dr. Srinarahari

Number seven becomes significant when it is associated with colors, weekdays, Ursa Major (Saptharishi Mandal) and others. Bertolt Bretch in “Crutches” writes, “Seven years I could not walk a step, when I to the physician …he asked me why the…

Issue 26: Editorial

This year, finally managed to attend the 7th National Science Fiction Conference, held at Center for Information Science & Technology, University of Mysore, Mysore, India. It was held on December 9th, 10th and 11th. In this issue, we bring a…

Interview With Shri Subhajit Ghosh

On behalf of Adbhut, Dinker Charak interviewed Shri Subhajit Ghosh via email. We thank him for taking time out to talk to us. Has Did Sci-fi take off in India? If yes, what makes you believe so? If no, will…