Manorama Weekly

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Manorama Weekly
Chief Editor Mammen Varghese
Editor Mammen Mathew
Editor in Charge K. A. Francis
Categories Local interest magazine
Publisher Manorama Group
First issue 8 August 1937
Country India
Based in Kottayam
Language Malayalam

Manorama Weekly is a weekly Malayalam language local interest magazine published by Manorama Group of publications from Kottayam, India. It started publishing on 8 August 1937. With a circulation of 5,82,180 copies (as per July–December 2010 survey by Audit Bureau of Circulation), it is the largest selling weekly in India.[1] Along with Mangalam Weekly, it is the most popular magazine among Keralites, especially among homemakers and not-so-highly educated women. They have acquired the collective sobriquet of "Ma" publications on account of their name and content.[2]


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