The Dignity Dialogue Magazine, India’s pioneering magazine for senior citizens, was launched in the year 1995. This monthly magazine provides inspiration,
motivation and knowledge to senior citizens and has a large devoted readership. Eminent personalities as well as people who have silently enriched lives
despite numerous challenges adorn our covers, issue after issue. The magazine has provided a platform for many senior citizens to become budding writers
and travel journalists. Many articles on financial, legal, medical and technology empower senior citizens with the latest developments in these fields.
In keeping with the digital trend, Dignity Dialogue is now available in a ‘Digital’ avatar on Magzter.com. For all the readers who travel the seven seas to
babysit their grandchildren or merely to be a physical part of their lives, they need not worry about missing a single issue of their favourite magazine.
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I have been a regular reader of DD since number of years. I congratulate Dr Sheilu Sreenivasan, Editor and Visionary who started
Dignity Foundation for the cause of Senior Citizens and came up with a number of innovative ideas with starting of chapters,
membership, Coffee / Chai Masti Centres, Helpline and Dementia Daycare centres and organising Retirement India Expo in different
cities, bringing active, productive and happy life in ageing with empowerment workshops.
- Prof B C Harinath, Sevagram
Let me congratulate you on the grand success of the 18th anniversary celebrations of ‘Dignity Dialogue’ on 20th March. As usual, it had
the signature style and stamp of Dignity Foundation which conducts any event with great élan. It was a spectacular event by the senior
citizens, for the senior citizens, and of the senior citizens (most of whom are grandparents now). Each and every senior citizen
present travelled back in time and remembered with nostalgia the days when they as parents attended performances by their kids at
school annual ‘Parents' Day’. Never would they have visualised back then that some day in future when they turned 60+, they would be
performing on stage in front of an august audience of their own age. This was possible courtesy Dignity Foundation, for their
brilliant concept of serving seniors with love and dignity
- Hema Rengarajan, Mumbai
Dignity Dialogue has to its credit several collections of events and accomplishments of Seniors Citizens, with varied exposure of
ground realities, comforts and discomforts roaming in their daily lives. Its lucidity and comments over the diction are praiseworthy.
Its passion with emotions for the silvers earned a distinctive position in the field of ameliorating the conditions of the aged adults.
It is recognised as championing the cause of the growing ageing population. The contents have to be translated into regional languages
to capture the hearts of the silvers settled all over India. The rich seniors have to volunteer to achieve such a noble objective. We
should make India really shining and not weeping.
- K N Narayana Pillai, Chennai
I have been going through the copies of Dignity Dialogue of the past eight months, and have found each issue to be very interesting and
worth keeping in collection. I do have copies of the last two years of the magazine with me, and I hope to keep the copies in future
- S Viswanathan Iyer