Dainik Bhaskar – When was Dainik Bhaskar its beginning ? How did it become the number 1 newspaper of the country

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Dainik Bhaskar, a Hindi newspaper published by DB Corporation Limited, has recognized today. Dainik Bhaskar was started in the year 1958 by Ramesh Chandra Agarwal from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Starting from a small town in the country, this newspaper is included in the most popular newspapers in the country today.

Along with Madhya Pradesh, Dainik Bhaskar is also published from 11 more states of the country today. These states include Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh, and Himachal Pradesh. A total of 65 editions of Dainik Bhaskar are sent in all these states.

In the Indian Readership Survey 2017, Dainik Bhaskar has been ranked fourth among the most read newspapers in the country. Along with this, this newspaper has got fourth place in Hindi newspapers as well.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English


It would not be wrong to say that today Dainik Bhaskar has become a prominent Hindi daily newspaper. In the year 2015, Dainik Bhaskar was declared the most read newspaper in the country.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English

History of Dainik Bhaskar:

During the year 1956, the first newspaper of Dainik Bhaskar was published from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. At that time, Dainik Bhaskar was named Subah Savere. After which, in the year 1957, it has been published in Gwalior as ‘Good Morning India.’ Only a year after this, in the year 1958, the name of the newspaper was changed to Bhaskar Samachar, and in the year 2010, it was once again changed and named ‘Dainik Bhaskar.’ Its name has not been changed since then.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English

Unique things about Dainik Bhaskar:

Dainik Bhaskar in Madhya Pradesh was declared the main news of Madhya Pradesh during the year 1995. During this, when readers were consulted about it, it was called the fastest-growing newspaper, and at the same time, it was decided that it should now be spread outside. After this, it was started in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

In 1996, Jaipur (Dainik Bhaskar in Rajasthan) became the second-largest newspaper by selling 50 thousand copies of the newspaper in a day.

Dainik Bhaskar first published the newspaper outside Madhya Pradesh on 19 December 1996. With its selling 1,72,347 copies, it overtook Rajasthan Patrika and reached first place. During the year 1999, Dainik Bhaskar got the first place in Rajasthan.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English


After making his name in the Hindi language, Dainik Bhaskar made up his mind to turn towards the English language. This was done because instead of the Hindi language, newspapers are sold in large quantities in the English language. Dainik Bhaskar started a newspaper in the English language along with Hindi in Chandigarh in May 2000. With this, Dainik Bhaskar secured the first position, beating the English newspaper The Treebean.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English

Since then, the readership of Dainik Bhaskar is increasing every year, and gradually it is becoming everyone’s first choice. Till the year 2015, English newspapers were the most read in the country, but during this year itself, Dainik Bhaskar (India’s Most Popular Paper Dainik Bhaskar) became the most read newspaper in the country.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English

Dainik Bhaskar is published in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Jharkhand, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Chandigarh, Maharashtra, etc. respectively.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English

On the other hand, Dainik Bhaskar’s magazines include many names like Rasrang, Navrang, Bal Bhaskar, Madhurima, etc. Along with this, Dainik Bhaskar also operates 17 radio channels.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English


Dainik Bhaskar’s website is www.bhaskar.com, which is one of the most popular websites in India.Dainik Bhaskar biography in English


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