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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:

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…

Issue 25: Editorial

Last year, around this time Dr. M H Srinarahari was wondering if we will make it to our second anniversary. Here we are! In this issue, we talk to some of the authors that have contributed to Adbhut and asked them about…

Issue 23: Editorial

In this edition, we bring the second part of the serialized novel, Guleil. As always, all feedback is welcome. From This Issue:

Issue 22: Editorial

In this edition, we start a serialized novel. Som has named it, Guleil. The name reminds me of countless attempts to aim at the apple high in the tree and hit it! I never could do it. Hope you enjoy…

Issue 21: Editorial

In this edition, we review a collection of Science Fiction stories by one of the great living Indian Physicist, Dr Jayanth Narlikar. Hope you enjoy reading this issue and I apologise for the delay in publishing this month’s edition. From…

Issue 20: Editorial

When Nandini shared her views on Sudarshan’s essay on why there is no Sci-fi in India, I requested her to write an article about her views. She chose to do it by writing a review of an anthology she had recently read….

Issue 18: Editorial

I got an email from a regular reader, wondering why India hasn’t seen a boom in Science Fiction as a consequence of the rapid growth of its IT/computer industry. Coincidently, for past few months Sudarshan Purohit has been pondering on…

Issue 17: Editorial

In this issue, we present Sudarshan’s story – Schrödinger’s Diary. It is based on the famous Schrödinger’s Cat thought experiment, an illustration of the principle in quantum theory and was proposed by Erwin Schrodinger in 1935. Hope you enjoy reading this issue…

Issue 16: Editorial

In this issue, we are happy to present – Bimal K. Srivastava’s Translucent Creatures. It was judged as the best Science Fiction in the Year 2003 by Science Reporter, and the same was published in Feb 04 issue of Science…