I found your magazine in graduate school in Wisconsin many years ago. I had been reading a lot of magazines. What I saw different about this one is that it has
its own sampradaya outlook, there is no question about that, but it is a universally Hindu magazine. It caters for Hinduism, so any Hindu can identify with it. Why? Because you see yourself
represented in this magazine at different levels, whatever organization you come from. I've discovered in these pages some of the most remote, unknown kinds of things. For example, the Java
Hindus: not many of us would know about that, right? I see Hinduism in Mauritius. I see about Hinduism in Trinidad. On occasion a feature about East Africa, South Africa and my own country of Guyana.
It is a truly universal Hindu magazine, something that was needed in this world, in the Hindu world, for a long time. As a teacher of teachers, I also regard it as an important resource, even for high
school students, to acquire authentic Hindu knowledge. In preparing our students in Guyana for the important Caribbean Examinations Council Exam in London, we have found the What Is Hinduism?
text and the sixth grade History of Hindu India book, both from the editors of Hinduism Today, plus the magazine itself, of enormous help.
Swami Aksharananda, founder and principal of Saraswati Vidya Niketan, Guyana