List of Newspapers in India by Circulation
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List of Newspapers in India by Circulation

Also see List of newspapers in India by readership

This is a list of the top newspapers in India by circulation. These figures include both print and digital subscriptions, are compiled by the Audit Bureau of Circulations. The figures include normal print editions, branded print editions (e.g., regional editions or editions tailored for commuters), and digital subscriptions (e.g., for tablet computers or restricted-access).

Circulation figures try to estimate the number of copies sold, while readership figures are usually higher as they tend to estimate the number of people who actually read the newspaper. Typically, readership tends to be 2.5 times circulation, though this may be higher or lower depending on individual cases.[1][2]

Average Qualifying Sales[3]
S.No Newspaper Language Headquarters June - December (2019)
1 Dainik Bhaskar Hindi Bhopal 4,579,051
2 Dainik Jagran Hindi Kanpur 3,614,162
3 The Times of India English Mumbai 2,880,144
4 Malayala Manorama Malayalam Kottayam 2,308,612
5 Amar Ujala Hindi Noida 2,261,990
6 Hindustan Dainik Hindi New Delhi 2,221,566
7 Rajasthan Patrika Hindi Rajasthan 1,788,420
8 Eenadu Telugu Hyderabad 1,614,105
9 Dina Thanthi Tamil Chennai 1,472,948
10 The Hindu English Chennai 1,415,792
11 Sakal Marathi Pune 1,263,955
12 Mathrubhumi Malayalam Kozhikode 1,230,778
13 Punjab Kesari Hindi Jalandhar 1,105,851
14 Patrika Hindi 1,095,144
15 Hindustan Times English New Delhi 1,072,966
16 Sakshi Telugu Hyderabad 1,064,661
17 Ananda Bazar Patrika Bengali Kolkata 1,046,607
18 Namasthe Telangana Telugu Hyderabad 792,022
19 Dinamalar Tamil Chennai 768,300
20 Vijayavani Kannada Hubli 757,119

See also


  1. ^ "Circulation vs readership". The basics of sellign newspaper advertising. McLinnis and associates. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "Submission of circulation figures for the audit period Jul -Dec 2018" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Highest Circulated Dailies, Weeklies & Magazines amongst Member Publications (across languages)" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations. Retrieved 2020.

4. Indian Readership Survey Q4 2019.

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