Parag (Hindi: पराग) was a monthly Hindi children's magazine published from Delhi by The Times Group in the early 1960s. The magazine targeted nine-year olds and older children. It was among the most popular children's magazines of its time, but stopped publication after more than a decade of publishing. Kanhaiyalal Nandan and Harikrishna Devsare were the editors of Parag.
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