The Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha has launched Mukdar, a bi-monthly magazine. Secretary general Sat Maharaj says the communications arms of the Maha Sabha is expanding its operations to television and print to complement its flagship station, Radio Jagriti.
Maharaj said Hindus are now living in a world driven by mass communication. "The traditional Hindu extended family has now moved from the confines of a single house to multiple home in different parts of the world whilst being linked though the medium of mass communications," he said.
"The vision of the Maha Sabha and its communications arm is to provide a network that accommodates and facilitates the Hindu in the new world reality." Maharaj said the Maha Sabha has received approval for a television station which is expected to start broadcasting by Divali. He said Mukdar would be distributed to SDMS schools and temples.