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Top 10 Hindi Newspapers in India

Updated: Jan 31

Newspapers are an essential item for everyone to gain knowledge about various topics like current happenings, politics, world affairs, sports, business, economy, and whatnot. Here is the list of top hindi newspapers in india

Importantly India has more than 6700 newspapers and the industry has always been blooming due to the credibility the newspapers have maintained over a period of time.

The newspaper continues to be many readers first choice to collect information and Hindi is the most spoken language in India and here is the list of top Hindi newspapers in India


1. Dainik Bhaskar



Dainik Bhaskar is the Hindi daily newspaper with a large number of readership count in India. With a daily circulation of over 4 million newspapers, Dainik Bhaskar has readers all across India. The newspaper was first publicized in 1958 in Bhopal and later got popular in 1983 with the launch of Indore edition. 



2. Dainik Jagran



Dainik Jagran is a Hindi daily newspaper that was launched in 1942 during the times of Indian Freedom Struggle. From crime to business, political events to sports, Bollywood to general opinions and illustrated stories to book classified ads, Dainik Jagran publishes the content in each genre.



3. Amar Ujala



Amar Ujala is India’s 3rd largest newspaper with a total readership of 45 million readers. Headquartered in Noida, the newspaper includes 21 editions in 6 states and 2 union territories. Amar Ujala also concentrates on encouragement of the local rural economy with significance on Agriculture. 



4. Hindustan



Hindustan is the second-largest newspaper in India by readership and is currently under the ownership of  ‘Hindustan Media Ventures Ltd.’ The newspaper caters to the diverse diaspora of Delhi, Haryana, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh. The organization has two more sister newspapers namely Hindustan Times and Mint both in the English Language.



5. Rajasthan Patrika



Rajasthan Patrika is a well-known paper in Rajasthan and Delhi and is printed by the name of Patrika in the other states. The magazine group reaches 8 states with 37 editions. Covering about 50% of India’s Hindi newspaper readers, the Patrika group has recorded its presence in almost every area of ​​India, as well as the Rajasthan Patrika is the only Hindi daily to effectively cover the southern parts of India.



6. Jansatta



Jansatta is the Hindi newspaper of Indian Express Group. The newspaper was led into the industry by famous Journalist Prabash Joshi in the year 1983 and gained popularity very soon. Despite being a relatively young Newspapers the Jansatta has maintained a good reputation and especially of bringing a new perspective into investigative journalism in Hindi newspapers of India.

The Newspaper has its presence in Delhi, Kolkata, Chandigarh, and Kolkata. Its distinctive editorial commentaries and social-political coverage give strong pillars to the newspaper.



7. Navbharat Times



With headquarters in Mumbai, the Navbharat Times newspaper has a daily circulation of around 8 lakh readers. The newspaper includes information related to career, business, education, technology, current affairs, lifestyle and entertainment. It is most known for its magazines “Femina” and “Filmfare”



8. Punjab Kesari



Punjab Kesari is the Hindi daily newspaper which was founded in 1965 and now owned by the Punjab Kesari Group. The newspaper is published from five centers such as Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi.

The company also provided help to the terrorism-affected families. Today it circulates around 8 lac copies daily.



9. Prabhat Khabar



Prabhat Khabar started its operations in 1984 from Ranchi and soon became the one of the most read paper in the Eastern part of India, till now it has extended extensively with 10 editions in 3 states (Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal), reaching more than 80 cities creating a strong reader base for the newspaper.

The newspaper wishes to follow the traditional ethics of Journalism and always follow the path to become the voice and soul of people.



10. Haribhoomi



Hari Bhoomi took it’s step into Journalism in 1996 starting from Rohtak, Haryana and within a few years of launch it expanded to  Delhi, Madhya Pradesh. The group also produces the famous women’s magazine Saheli. Within a few years of launch the newspaper had found its niche audience especially in the state of Haryana.


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