Nagendra Vijay

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Nagendra Vijay
Harshal Pushkarna and Nagendra Vijay.JPG
Nagendra Vijay (right) with his son Harshal Pushkarna at inauguration of Sarthak Prakashan, 2013
Born (1944-12-15) 15 December 1944 (age 74)[1]
OccupationScience journalist, editor
ChildrenVishal Vasu, Harshal Pushkarna
Parent(s)Vijaygupta Maurya

Nagendra Vijay (born 15 December 1944) is an Indian science writer in Gujarati language. He is a son of pioneering journalist and science writer Vijaygupta Maurya. He founded the first science magazine in Gujarati language called Scope and wrote several books. The Nagendra Vijay Science Foundation also launched the English-language science magazine Safari, on March 2008,[2] [3]of which he is the Editor-in-Chief. He had previously published news weekly Flash and a science magazine Scope.[1] He has two sons: Vishal Vasu, an IT consultant and Harshal Pushkarna, a science author.


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  2. ^ "Harshal Publications Launches "Safari", Innovative Magazine for Gen Next". Indian Express. 2008-03-04. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  3. ^ Safari Magazine, Gujarati, issue 166, March 2008