TATTVA is an international online monthly magazine, published by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh's Hindu YUVA. Starting with the December 2007, Tattva will be released on a new website at www.hinduyuva.org/tattva-blog . Unlike its past issues which used to be in pdf, future issues will be published in an innnovative blog format. The new, more interactive format of Tattva will provide a forum for youth to share knowledge and ideas, voice opinions, discuss issues, and learn from one another.
Some of the latest features on the website allow readers to read articles directly on the website, quickly and easily access of previous issues of Tattva, access articles according to categories including Biographies of famous Indian leaders, the Bhagavad Gita, Hindu history, festivals, editorials, current events, shlokas, yoga, Sanskrit and many more. This website also allows potential discussion forums to emerge as well as sharing of thoughts and ideas through an online community. One can post comments and opinions about particular articles directly in the blog as well as email specific articles to friend and others interested. Raising TATTVA to a more interactive format will enable the creation of an environment for Hindu youth and others to engage in discussions and share the wealth of knowledge that the Hindu dharma and India has to offer.
The 1st anniversary edition of TATTVA, was earlier released in September 2007. As part of this, the magazine, generally published online, was printed and distributed throughout the United States in several universities as well as well as schools and HSS Balagokulam.
The magazine adds a personal touch to the Hindu youth living in the United States by publishing articles written by students on their personal experiences. TATTVA is a unique blend of historical knowledge, spiritual inquiries, current events as well as personal experiences. TATTVA is an attempt to understand the depths of knowledge of the Hindu civilization, increase awareness among others about it, and take a stand on the current day issues. All articles may be accessed at www.hinduyuva.org/tattva-blog and for contributions and other feedback, the editor may be contacted at [email protected]