Friday, August 19, 2022

Happy New Year 2019!

Dear Readers,
We welcome the new year – 2019 with new promises and convictions. We are very happy and proud to take this opportunity to wish you all a very cheerful, bright and prosperous year ahead. 
Let it be the year that marks a positive metamorphosis in your life. 
Let it be the year that realizes all your dreams and goals.
Let it be the year that brings close to all those you cherish. 
Let it be the year that brings out the best as a writer  
Let you be proud on the last day of this year for doing all you promised in your personnel wish list.  
We think this is the right occasion to express our gratitude to all those who concerned about Indian Ruminations as readers, contributors and well wishers. Once again, we wish you a year of happiness and prosperity!
Sandhya SN
Chief Editor
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.


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