The IndUS Network e-magazine

Your Feedback

Origami (Paper art) Image

We hope you enjoyed this edition! It is time to send your feedback. How did you like it? Type your thoughts in the form below and press submit!

Your email id/name:
Your feedback:

If you have trouble posting your feedback send it to the email id:

Also feel free to share this edition with your friends, families, colleagues and social websites. The URL you need to share is

Subscribe to theIndusNetwork eMagazine by registering your email id:

Our next issue

Submission Guidelines

Our next issue will be in Apr 2012. If you would like to submit your stories, poems, experiences, humor, photos or artwork you are most welcome! Your submission must reach us before 10th Apr 2012. The prompts or theme for the next edition are:

  • "Pretzel/Fast food/Smoothie"
  • "Autism/Occupational Therapy"
  • "National Humor month"
  • "Lawn and Garden/Guitar"

Your stories, poems or experiences must use one of the above prompt or theme as a part of the submission. For humor, photos or artwork you can use the above prompt as titles.

The submission must be original and must not violate any existing copyrights. The submission can be in English or Tamil/Hindi or Tamil/Hindi-English. Keep in mind that you are addressing a world wide audience while creating your submissions. There is no constraint on age or location or profile. The submission must be interesting and relevant for that month's theme. Send your creation in an electronic format to the following email id: Selected submissions will be published in the future issues. Good luck!

Insanity and Genius ...


“The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success.”

- Bruce Feirstein

Watch the Inspirational Video: Flying a 45 foot paper airplane with 24 foot wingspan?

Many of you would had experience flying a paper airplane made out of small sheet of paper. How would it be if you can make a supersize paper airplane and fly it? That is what "Pima Air & Space Museum" designed and built - a 800-pound paper airplane, which sailed at an altitude of 2,703 feet and speed of 98 miles per hour. This project was inspired by a 12-year-old Tucson resident Arturo Valdenegro, whose paper airplane flew the farthest when he competed against hundreds of children in a regional paper airplane distance contest held at the museum in January. Read more at

Contributing Writers,Compilers, Submitters, Web developer for this edition