Written on and for Changemakers.
Happy Triangle Magazine covers stories on Indian History, Self-Learning, and Health Times. It aims to provide a form of learning aid during the Lockdown, especially for those who may lack tech-learning facilities. It is curated to assist and improve English reading and comprehension skills for readers between the ages of 8 to 15 years. It began in August 2020 and now reaches 400 readers every month in Mumbai. It is distributed for no charge. The magazine focuses on teaching young children in a way that engages them in new conversations and ideas.
Readers every month
Free of Cost
to the under-privileged
as of 2022
To facilitate learning for young children by easily communicating stories, research, and English lessons.
To promote reading, self-growth, and art.
Every edition of ours covers catalytic change-makers of society! Below are all our cover pages and the powerful icon behind them.
Since August 2020, we have been providing Happy Triangle completely free of cost to the following organizations that support children’s education.
Every Subscription contributes towards more children being empowered.
Urdu High School
With your support, we have secured a collaboration with Maharashtra's Ministry of Women and Child Development!
What does this mean?
With this, we can reach Maharashtra's Anganwadis, home shelters, and orphanages to provide educational material for young readers, in the form of our magazine - Happy Triangle.
This collaboration can take our community support of free magazines for 400 under-served, to 5,00,000 lakh under-served children, who are receiving government-funded education with Anganwadis and home shelters (Baal-gruha), but deserve more support in the form of interactive learning experiences.
To execute this public service, we need your support, so we can expand free educational support to children in Mumbai to those all around Maharashtra.
Meet the Team behind
Happy Triangle Magazine
Co-Founder & Managing Editor
Rekha has 21 years of experience as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army and continues her passion for public service with Happy Triangle. She has degrees in commerce, education, and nursing and an MA in commerce. She writes on health for the magazine.
Raj Kumar Sharma
Also known as Pandit Ji, Mr. Sharma is an astrologer, a field which he has been practicing since the age of 8. His experience of overcoming internal displacement due to conflict in the north steers him to help people, and he supports HTF with financing and management.
Palak Rashma Sharma
Co-Founder & Managing Editor
Palak’s interest in Buddhist philosophy and GNH economics guided her to work on HTF. She has degrees in economics from Symbiosis and Johns Hopkins University. She works with the World Bank and has experience on-ground in rural and urban India.
Adheip has studied International Conflict, Security, and Migration. He also works at the Science Gallery Bengaluru as a Learning Associate. In his free time, he dabbles in making photo projects, sketching, watching films, and reading manga. He writes on geography, conservation, and socio-cultural issues.
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