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[[Magic Net]], formerly known as Magic Net English Monthly, was the official organ of the [[Maya-Jaal]] (Magic Net), an International Magical Organization out of Inida. It started in 1960 and The Board decided to close down the organization as well as the magazine in 1970 after 11 years of publication.   
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'''Magic Net''', formerly known as '''Magic Net English Monthly''', was the official organ of the [[Maya-Jaal]] (Magic Net), an International Magical Organization out of India. It started in 1960 and The Board decided to close down the organization as well as the magazine in 1970 after 11 years of publication.   
  
In 1975, Mr. S. D. Mukherjie, decided to discontinue his India Ring Bulletin (sent to members only) and revived the Magic Net as THE MAGIC NET, a bi-monthly bulletin.   
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It was revived in 1975 by S. D. Mukherjie, as [[THE MAGIC NET]], a bi-monthly bulletin.   
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:48, 12 November 2012

Magic Net
FrequencyMonthly
First issue1960
Final issue1970

Magic Net, formerly known as Magic Net English Monthly, was the official organ of the Maya-Jaal (Magic Net), an International Magical Organization out of India. It started in 1960 and The Board decided to close down the organization as well as the magazine in 1970 after 11 years of publication.

It was revived in 1975 by S. D. Mukherjie, as THE MAGIC NET, a bi-monthly bulletin.