India’s Top Ten Best Selling Newspapers of Hindi and English

With newspapers, it is basically periodical publications which contain written information about the latest or current affairs and with have traditionally published print (a cheap, low-grade printing paper).  This daily knowledgeable informatics paper basically covers the variety of fields like politics, business, sport, and art and sometimes including material such as opinion columns, weather forecasts, reviews of local services, birth notices, editorial cartoons, and so on with advice columns etc.

From birth and developed in the 17th century, newspapers are as information sheets for businessmen. As by the early itself in the 19th century, many cities like Europe, as well North and South America started published newspapers. This daily published paper is typical publishes the stories and articles on national and international also with come resourceful local news. As it is designed with such format with sections for each of those major groupings (A, B, C and so on), It is matter of pride for us that the country happens to be among the largest newspaper markets in the world in the year 2015, as India is the largest newspaper publisher in the world with close to 6,700 publications and over 26 crore copies distributed with an approximate ratio in the year 2015.

We Indians mostly have a habit of reading newspapers in the early morning, over the years, as without a newspaper in hands and a cup of tea is complete day start in India, with being elderly, middle-aged or the youth of the country. With the developed country it is proved to be India is just increasing with years, as so the readership is the result of its growing literacy and introduction of some of the latest technologies.

And so on with this market trend and increasing daily readers of newspapers let’s have a look at India’s Top Ten best-selling Newspapers which have devoted themselves to our people with the quality content:

1.) Dainik Jagran:

Second Largest Circulated Newspaper of IndiaTo take on start Dainik Jagran is the most circulated newspaper. It is an Indian Hindi Language based daily newspaper with largest readers and the second-largest newspaper in Indian circulation per Audit Bureau of Circulations.

During the year 1942 “Quit India Movement’ this brand was founded by freedom fighter Puran Chandra Gupta. The newspaper head office is located in the city Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, and it belongs to Jagran Prakash Limited.  The newspaper has been rated the most read daily newspaper in India for the 25th consecutive time with distributing around 11 states of India.

  • Language: Hindi
  • Circulation: Around 3.6 million (Daily)
  • Popularity factors as it reaches the readers of major cities (Agra, Patna, Aligarh, Delhi, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Uttrakhand, and Jharkhand.

2.) Hindustan Times:

Second Most popular English Newspaper of India HT is the second place with an English language daily newspaper, which was founded in 1924 with the roots in India during independence movement of the period by Sunder Singh Lyallpuri.

HT is Delhi based English daily newspaper is a part of KK Birla group and managed by Shobhana Bhartia and one of the largest newspaper brands in India, and according to survey2014 revealed it strengthens readers and it has been ranked second most widely read English newspaper in India after The Times of India.

  • Language: English
  • Circulation: 993,645 (Daily)
  • Popularity takes on as it is popular in North India, with simultaneous editions from metropolitans such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi, and Chandigarh.

3.) Hindustan:

Local Second Most Popular Brand Newspaper of India In Hindi daily newspaper Hindustan is the second most popular brand name in India, as it was launched on 12th April 1936, by Hindustan Media Venture Limited. Earlier it has been reported that it was a part of HT Media Ltd group but was spun off its Hindi Business into a separate company named Hindustan Media Ventures Limited in 2009 December.The paper has set as in high-quality addition (Reportage), also ambitions to become an ally to its readers. With a motive to Hindustan is the partner of progress for the youth in the Hindi belt.

  • Language: Hindi
  • Circulation: 2,399,086 (Daily)
  • Popularity fact as it has 19 editions across the Hindi belt, also spread across Delhi, Haryana (Faridabad), Bihar (Patna), Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, also Chandigarh.

4.) Dainik Bhaskar

:The largest most circulated Newspaper Brand of India An Indian newspaper brand with Hindi language Dainik Bhaskar daily newspaper is now the largest circulated newspaper brand in India. The newspaper was started in 1958 in Bhopal and it is the largest Print Media Company. This brand was expanded in 1983 with the Launch of Dainik Bhaskar’S Indore Edition and the Group is present in 14 states along with its 63 editions in Hindi, English, Marathi, and Gujarati.

One of the rapidly grown newspaper dailies in India and has won the number of awards. Years of Success rates in June 2000 Dainik Bhaskar enters Haryana with 271,000 copies, in 2006, got launched in Punjab and with major cities Jalandhar and Amritsar and became the No 1 brand newspaper. As more of it has been launched with Jharkhand, Bihar, and many more cities with its success.

  • Language: Hindi, English etc
  • Circulation: 3,818,477 (Daily)
  • Popularity holds that the newspaper always settled for a target and has been fulfilled with a benchmark with multiple cities such as Jaipur, Chandigarh, and so on.

5.) The Times of India:

Fourth Largest English Newspaper Brand Of IndiaWith largest selling rate The Times of India (English) daily newspaper in India is on the fourth largest brand. As it is owned by The Times Group and one of the oldest English language newspapers in India. It was founded on 3rd November 1838. In the year 2017 the newspaper brand was ranked 88th among India’s most trusted brand.Times of India Wednesday publishing Times Ascent is one of the major and most widely read career-oriented newspaper.

  • Language: English
  • Circulation: 2,716, 291 (Daily)
  • The popularity of The Times of India is set with it is the second oldest Indian newspaper with still tremendous circulation after Bombay Samachar, also ranked worlds six best newspaper by BBC in 1991.

6.) Amar Ujala:

Seventh largest Hindi Popular Newspaper Brand Of IndiaFrom the daily Hindi newspaper, our next brand is Amar Ujala which breaks into the list of top newspaper brands in India, with 19 editions in seven states and one union territory covering 167 districts. This newspaper brand was founded in the year 1948 in Agra, direct after a year of independence. It is owned by Amar Ujala Publications Ltd.

The newspaper contains 16 to 18 pages daily and focusing same as other newspaper contains such as careers, lifestyle, entertainment and many more social and updates.

  • Language: Hindi
  • Circulation: 2,938,173 (Daily)
  • The popularity factor with this newspaper, according to the 2013 Indian Readership Survey reported it that with 5.510 million it had 12th largest on the list. Also, it covers majorly the cities (Uttrakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, and also Chandigarh.

7.) Rajasthan Patrika:

Fourth Most Popular Hindi Newspaper Brand Of India Rajasthan Patrika is our next Indian Hindi daily newspaper in the list which was founded on 7th March 1956 in Delhi and Rajasthan by Karpoor Chandra Kulish. Enlisted as one of the today’s most popular Hindi newspaper in India, with covering all latest news from all domains including politics, business, sports, and entertainment.

  • Language: Hindi
  • Circulation: 1,813,756 (Daily)
  • Popularity factor with Rajasthan Patrika as per Indian Readership 2013 it has been ranked on the fourth most read Hindi Language newspaper in India. It is spread over 30 cities and eight Indian states with mostly read in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

8.) The Tribune:

Leading English Daily NewspaperOur next Indian English-language daily paper The Tribune is basically published from Chandigarh, New Delhi, Jalandhar, Dehradun, and Bathinda. This brand was founded on 2nd February 1881, by Sardar Dyal Singh in Lahore (now in Pakistan), a Philanthropist, and also other five persons as trustees. This is majorly circulated worldwide in India and one of the leading English daily for Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and the UT Chandigarh. With two sister Publications, Dainik Tribune (in Hindi) and also (Punjabi Tribune) was launched on 16th August 2010, which where the Editor of Dainik Tribune is R.K Singh and Surinder Singh Tej is Editor of Punjabi Tribune.

  1. Language: English, Punjab, Hindi
  2. Circulation: 51 Lac Readerships

9.) Punjab Kesari:

Famous Hindi Language Newspaper In PunjabAnother Hindi-Language newspaper Punjab Kesari from the Group is published from many centers such as Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi in India. This brand was established by Lala Jagat Narain and later his elder son took over the reins. It is owned by now the Punjab Kesari group (The Hindsamachar Ltd.) Punjab Kesari was founded in 1965; however, in 1948 the group came with the publication of the Urdu-language daily Hind Samachar. The group is publishing with 13 centers in Jalandhar, New Delhi, Chandigarh, HP, J&K.  This Newspaper Editor is Vijay Chopra (Jalandhar) and Ashwini Kumar Chopra (Delhi). The group is dealing with other daily newspaper majorly Punjab Kesari (1965) in Hindi, Jag Bani (1978) in Punjabi and Navodaya Times (2013) in Hindi

  • Language: Hindi
  • Circulation: 7, 43,000 copies (Punjab Kesari)

10.) The Indian Express:

English Language Daily Leading Newspaper MumbaiThe Indian Express newspaper is published in Mumbai by Indian Express Group, as it is English-language Indian daily newspaper. It was started by an Ayurvedic doctor P. Varadarajulu Naidu, at Chennai in 1931. Later after facing financial difficulties, he sold the newspaper to Swaminathan Sadanand, the founder of The Free Press Journal.This newspaper brand publishes at ten locations, In the year 1999, after eight years the Group Founder Ramanath Goenka’s death in 1991, unfortunately, the group was split. Though with a northern edition in Mumbai, it retained the original Indian Express name with “THE” prefixed to the title.

  • Language: English
  • Circulation: 3, 30,000 to 4, 75,000