Amar Ujala

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Amar Ujala
Amar Ujala cover photo.jpg
TypeDaily newspaper
PublisherAmar Ujala Publications Ltd.
HeadquartersRegistered Office: 1101, 11th Floor, Antriksh Bhawan, 22, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi - 110001
Corporate Office: 164/1, Mohkampur, Delhi Road, Meerut - 250002 (UP)
Circulation2,610,784 daily (as of Jan-Jun 2018)

Amar Ujala is a Hindi-language daily newspaper published in India. It has 20 editions in seven states and one union territory covering 180 districts.[citation needed] It has a circulation of around three million copies.[1] The 2017 Indian Readership Survey reported that with 46.094 million it had the 3rd-largest daily readership amongst newspapers in India.[2] [3]

Amar Ujala was founded in Agra in 1948. Just after independence, was the birth of this promise in the form of a publication house. By the strongly embedded ethics of Amar Ujala, it has grown to be one of the leading newspapers in India.[2] In 1994, Amar Ujala shared nearly 70 per cent of the Hindi newspaper readership in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Amar Ujala sold 4.5 lakh copies through its five editions.[4]

Amar Ujala publishes a daily 16- to 18-page issue, as well as supplements focusing on matters such as careers, lifestyle, entertainment and women.


The digital wing was started in 2000. 'NIRBHEEK', 'NISHPAKSHA','NIRANTAR', thats how stands Amar Ujala digital wing. 'MyResultPlus' is a portal of which stands for education, career, and results.[5]


Amar Ujala has 20 editions, in seven states (Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi NCR and Uttar Pradesh) and one union territory (Chandigarh) covering 180 districts.[citation needed]

It is also available online.[6]

Notable columnists[edit]


  1. ^ "Details of language wise most circulated dailies for the audit period July-December 2016" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations. Retrieved 19 November 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Indian Readership Survey
    (IRS) 2017"
    (PDF). Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  3. ^ "IRS 2017: Dainik Jagran, Hindustan and Amar Ujala top three Hindi dailies
    (IRS) 2017"
    . Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  4. ^ Dilip Awasthi (15 November 1994). "Belligerent as ever, Mulayam Singh Yadav takes on the press". India Today. Retrieved 12 September 2014.
  5. ^ "My Result Plus". Retrieved 19 November 2018.
  6. ^ "Amar Ujala E-Paper". Retrieved 11 April 2018.