Friday, May 1, 2009
Marathi Website on Jainism Launched
Atul Shah, CEO of Chandukaka Saraf Launching a Marathi website on Jainism. Other dignitaries: Sunil Chanekar (Chief Marketing Manager of Chandukaka Saraf) (Center), Dhiraj Jain, CEO of ennovata and Kunj Dayama.
Pune, 28th April: Atul Shah, CEO of Chandukaka Saraf & Sons launched a Marathi website on Jainism here.
A lot of articles on Jainism in Marathi and some in Hindi are published on the website. This website is created by ennovata, and Indian Software and Website Development Company from Pune.
Dhiraj Jain, CEO of ennovata told that these articles are in Unicode and the readers do not require downloading Marathi fonts for viewing the site. Beside that, we have given all articles in PDF form also.
It is the first website on Jainism in Marathi language.
Mahavir Sanglikar, editor of the website; Mr. Sunil Chanekar, Chief Marketing Manager of Chanudkaka Saraf & Sons: and Kunj Dayama, Developer of the website were other dignitaries present at the launching ceremony.
Please have a look at:
199 Mumbai-Pune Road, Chinchwad East
Cell: 0 909 608 2940, 927 309 3122
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