Top 10 Best and Most Reading Newspapers in India

Top 10 Best and Most Reading Newspapers in India

Reading newspaper in early morning is a habit of many people. The importance of newspaper didn’t lost even after the advancement in technology. There are number of newspapers available in India in different languages. Most of them are not popular. Here we are introducing an article about Top 10 Best and Most Reading Newspapers in India. These newspapers are popular and gained millions of readers. They are the main source of information. They update all the latest news from all over the world. If you are searching for a good newspaper in India, check out our list.

1. DainikBhaskar (Hindi)

The DainikBhaskar is a Hindi-language daily newspaper in India, which is the most famous and widely read newspapers in India. It is owned by the Dainik Bhaskar Group and headquartered in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh . This is considered as the largest circulated daily newspaper of India.This is the world’s 4th largest circulated daily newspaper in 2016-17. This newspaper was established in the year 1958. It is circulated in 11 states.

2. Dainik Jagaran (Hindi)

The Dainik Jagaran is regarded as a Hindi-language daily newspaper in India, which is circulated in 11 states. It is formed by Shri Puran Chandra Gupta during the ‘Quit India Movement’ in the year 1942. This is the most popular and most read newspaper in India. According to the  Audit Bureau of Circulations (India), the Dainik Jagran is considered as the second-largest newspaper in India by circulation. It gained 16.63 million readers.

3. The Times of India (English)

The Times of India is known as an English-language daily newspaper in India, which is the largest selling English daily newspaper in India. It has gained 7.59 million readers. This is considered as the most popular newspaper and one of the oldest brands in India. This company is owned as well as published by Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. It was founded in the year 1838.

4. Hindustan (Hindi)

The Hindustan is a Hindi-language daily newspaper in India, which is the second most popular newspaper brand in India. This newspaper was begun in the year 1936 by Hindustan Media Ventures Limited. There are 14.74 million readers across the country.  It has a total circulation of 2,471,844. This newspaper ranked as the second largest-read daily in the country. The Hindustan is available in six regions such as NCR, Mohali, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand and Jharkhand.

5. Malayala Manorama (Malayalam)

The Malayala Manorama is regarded as a daily morning newspaper in Malayalam language. It has 8.80 million readers and total circulation of 2,257,909. This is the most famous and widely read newspaper daily of the southern part of India. Its 15 printing centers are situated in various parts of the country. The newspaper was started by Malayala Manorama Company Limited of Kerala in the year 1980.

6. Amar Ujala (Hindi)

The Amar Ujala is considered as an Indian Hindi-language daily newspaper, which was established a year after the independence of the country in the year 1948 in Agra. The newspaper has a circulation of about two million copies and a readership of 7.80 million people. The company is owned by the Amar Ujala Publications Ltd.

7. Eenadu (Telugu)

The Eenadu is a Telugu-language daily newspaper in India, which is considered as one of the most read newspaper in the country. It was established by the Indian media baron Ramoji Rao in the year 1974. This newspaper has a total subscription of 1,812,918. The Eenadu is owned by Eenadu Group. It is considered as the widely read newspaper in Andra, Tamil Nadu etc.

8. Rajasthan Patrika (Hindi)

The Rajasthan Patrika is known as a Hindi-language daily newspaper in India, which has a readership of 7.90 million and circulated 1,768,944 copies. It was established by Karpoor Chandra Kulish in the year 1956. This newspaper is owned by Rajasthan Patrika Pvt. Ltd. This is the most widely read in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

9. Daily Thanthi (Tamil)

The Daily Thanthi or Dina Thanthi is an Indian Tamil daily newspaper, which is printed in 16 cities across India as well as in Dubai (U.A.E Edition). It was set up by S. P. Adithanar in the year 1942 in Madurai. This newspaper has 8.28 million readers in the southern region. Kudumba Malar and Gnayiru Malar are its two supplements published in every Sunday.

10. Mathrubhumi (Malayalam)

The Mathrubhumi is a well known Indian Malayalam language newspaper, which was started in the year 1923. It was established by K. P. Kesava Menon. The newspaper has a readership of 6.02 million. This paper is considered as one of the leading newspapers in India. It was owned by The Mathrubhumi Printing and Publishing Company Ltd. This newspaper is circulated 1,464,293 newspapers.

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