Reader's Digest India

Reader's Digest India


(3 stars)


Download for Android Like

50,000 - 100,000 downloads

Add this app to your lists
Reader’s Digest has been the world’s biggest-selling magazine for nearly nine decades. It is also India’s largest-selling magazine in English. Beneath the fun and excitement of its pages, the Digest is, above all else, a serious magazine that never loses sight of the fact that, each day, all of us confront a tough, challenging world. To the millions who read the Digest, it is not a luxury—it is a necessity. Deep within its widely varied package of humour, real-life dramas and helpful information, there is in every issue of the Digest a subtle power that guides people in every aspect of their lives.

May, 2014: Get all set for a new avatar of Reader's Digest. Right from our new logo that focuses on you, the reader, the cover that incorporates our iconic table of contents in a fresh way, to the last page—the redesign embraces and highlights our mission to make your reading experience more enriching. As you go through the pages of the May issue, you'll find a better mix of story lengths and styles, with revival of some old favourites and introduction of new sections.

February 2014: Highlights of Readers Digest India magazine, February 2014 The February issue cover story is on the subject of bullying—and how it affects school students. The Digest interviewed educators, child psychologists and NGOs to investigate the telltale signs of abuse and also spoke to bullied children and their parents, examining how they first coped with and ultimately countered these traumatic incidents. Another story on the cover titled “Change Your Mind, Change Your Future” tells you how to take control of your life by changing the way you think. Neuro-linguistic programming expert David Shepherd explains how to train your unconscious brain to focus on your life goals and alter your behaviour to have personal and professional success.

January, 2014: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated January 1, 2014. Get set to usher in the New Year with a resolve to manage your money better with our finance special. Learn surprising lessons from the wealthy in "25 Things Rich People Won't Tell You." Nurture your fiscal health with "Work Now on Your Financial Goals," and know why financial literacy is vital for women as well. As lifestyles and role models change, a growing number of youngsters in India are literally dying to be thin, risking anorexia and bulimia.

December 2013: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated December 1, 2013. With 15 lakh new stroke cases every year in India, we have a comprehensive cover story "Stroke! When Every Minute Counts." Many doctors now prefer to call it "brain attack" in order to show how seriously damaging a stroke can be. The article explains how to recognize a stroke and act quickly. It also covers prevention and the latest medical updates. "Escape to India" is a moving story of a migrant whose family was forced to abandon its roots and start life from scratch after the fateful 1947 partition. For Christmas, there's an RD classic, “The Gold & Ivory Tablecloth.”

November 2013: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated November 1, 2013. Our health special is here to keep you in fine fettle with its doses of helpful information on healing foods, the world's best-kept health secrets, and areas in everyday life that we ignore in our quest to lose weight. With its broad spectrum of articles, this special section will go a long way in ensuring your sound health. As noise levels go up, tinnitus—or phantom ringing sounds in the ears of sufferers—is no longer an uncommon condition. While a cure remains elusive, our article reveals that managing the condition to lead near-normal lives is certainly achievable.

Tags: readers digest discover the world indian subcontinent, readers digest india subscription, readers digest india wallpapers, is readers digest available in marathi, readers digest issues about 1 50 000.

Comments and ratings for Reader's Digest India
  • (42 stars)

    by Venice Delos Angeles on 28/06/2014


  • (42 stars)

    by Rishi Pudasaini on 27/06/2014

    Exceptional informatons from all around the world is needed which is being provided by Readers Digest

  • (42 stars)

    by Violet Mills on 10/06/2014

    How about not and everyone eles agrees. Just put down the free version at the library

  • (42 stars)

    by Vidushi Jain on 04/06/2014

    Is it really free ???

  • (42 stars)

    by A.S. Beg on 11/05/2014

    When it is mentioned free...Sheesh!

  • (42 stars)

    by jyotsana srivastava on 10/05/2014

    Simply luv it

  • (42 stars)

    by Ankita Vankar on 02/05/2014

More comments