Marathi

Directory of Popular Marathi Newspapers. Daily Kesari, Maharashtra Times, Lokmat, Deshonnati, Loksatta e.t.c.


Maharashtra Times

Maharashtra Times

You can read the online version below. If you are looking for the e-paper, Click here. Maharashtra Times is the 9th largest circulated daily newspaper in India. It began publishing in the year 1962 and is currently being published by Bennett,…
Sakal

Sakal

The online version of the newspaper is featured below. Instead, You can read the ePaper version here. Sakal is one of the most popular Marathi Daily newspapers. The headquarters of the publisher are located in Pune, where all the newspaper’s…
Pudhari ePaper

Pudhari ePaper

It is a renowned Marathi Daily newspaper which holds a major market share in Western Maharasthra. It was established in the year 1937 during the Independence struggle movement. Since then, this newspaper publishes regular articles on national interest and it…
Lokmat

Lokmat

Click here to read the ePaper or you can read the online version below. According to Indian Readership Survey, it has a total readership of 23.6 million, making it the largest circulated Marathi newspaper. Since it’s inception, it received several…
Deshonnati

Deshonnati

Deshonnati is a leading Marathi newspaper, which was first published in the year 1986. It was initially published as a local city newspaper from Akola in Maharashtra. It is now widely being distributed and read in the cities of Akola, Amravati, Aurangabad, Bhandara,…
Dainik Aikya

Dainik Aikya

Dainik Aikya (“Aikya” means “unity” in Marathi), is one of the largest read Marathi newspaper published from Satara in Maharshtra.  It was founded in 1924, by Shri Raobahaddur Kale  as a weekly newspaper. In 1999 itself, the online version was launched, when it was one of…
Loksatta

Loksatta

Loksatta is one of the leading and widely read daily Marathi  newspapers published by the Indian express group. It was launched in 1948 on the 14th of  January in Maharashtra. It had once enjoyed the  pinnacle of the largest circulated Marathi daily until the advent of newer dailies…