List of newspapers in India by circulation

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This is a list of the top 20 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).

Average Qualifying Sales[1]
# Newspaper Language Jan-Jun 2014 Jul-Dec 2013
1 Dainik Bhaskar Hindi 3,557,269 3,254,586
2 Dainik Jagran Hindi 3,034,140 3,112,560
3 The Times of India English 2,890,628 3,321,702
4 Hindustan Hindi 2,300,910 2,237,243
5 Malayala Manorama Malayalam 2,239,527 2,232,585
6 Amar Ujala Hindi 1,952,849 2,018,023
7 Eenadu Telugu 1,821,237 1,801,213
8 Rajasthan Patrika Hindi 1,767,837 1,735,083
9 Daily Thanthi Tamil 1,738,183 1,721,833
10 Mathrubhumi Malayalam 1,464,091 1,458,796
11 Lokmat Marathi 1,406,402 1,476,900
12 Sakal Marathi 1,317,095 1,311,884
13 The Hindu English 1,314,016 1,391,550
14 Dinakaran Tamil 1,308,894 1,307,367
15 Sakshi Telugu 1,258,342 1,254,716
16 Hindustan Times English 1,187,729 1,321,807
17 Patrika Hindi 1,156,969 1,125,229
18 Ananda Bazar Patrika Bengali 1,134,881 1,160,404
19 Punjab Kesari Hindi 1,101,997 1,066,461
20 Dinamalar Tamil 903,691 893,360

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