2012 January Issue of Prabodaya Islamic Monthly Sinhala Magazine
|January 23, 2012||Posted by Sri Lanka Muslims Admin under Dawah & Islaah, Notice Board, Sri Lanka News|
Here is the 2012 January issue of Sri Lanka’s only Muslim Sinhala language magazine. It’s the latest copy of Prabodaya Sinhala language Islamic monthly magazine. The price of this great magazine is just Rs. 30/=. As I have said before even a cup of tea in a local roadside hotel in Sri Lanka will cost you 30 rupees or more! So please try to buy and also tell others you know to buy a copy of this magazine.
Below is a snapshot of the table of contents page inside the Prabodaya magazine that highlights some of the most interesting articles in the January 2012 issue.
Many bookshops and newspaper stands around Sri Lanka specially Muslim shops have this magazine for sale. If they don’t have it please introduce this magazine to them and give them the details of how to get it from the publishers every month. (Publishers Tel no. is 011-2688470, their FAX no. is 011-2686030 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can also subscribe for it and receive it directly by post anywhere in the world. (Details for subscribing by post are given below. For any questions regarding distribution or publications you can contact them via their email which is – email@example.com or telephone (+94) 011-2688470.
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FYI: If you don’t know about Prabodaya here is a brief about this magazine. As you already know this is a monthly Islamic Sinhala magazine published in Sri Lanka. It was started in early 1980s by a Muslim organisation called Sri Lanka Jamath e Islam. Since then Prabodaya magazine has been doing a great job of educating and imparting Islamic knowledge and guidance to the Sinhala medium Sri Lankan Muslim students and Sinhala speaking Muslims. The magazine has also gained a readership among Sinhala Buddhists and Sinhala Christians who are broad minded and who want to learn and understand about the Islam religion and the culture of Sri Lanka Muslims. Currently about 3000 copies of this magazine are sold monthly.