About Hindi Newspapers In India:
Hindi Newspapers in in India made their debut much later than their English counterparts which arrived in the 18th century. They first appeared only in the early part of the nineteenth century.
The first Hindi newspaper in India was the Samachar Sudha Varshan.
Since then, many Hindi newspapers were started in India by various media and corporate houses. These papaers are listed above.
Dainik Jagran is the largest circulated Hindi Daily, according to quarterly Indian Readership Survey.
According to IRS Q1 2010, Dainik Jagran has a total Readership (TR) of 54,254,000.
The Dainik Jagran was founded in 1942 by late Puran Chand Gupta and its first was launched from Jhansi.
Dainik Jagran now has 37 editions read in 11 states and is run by the Jagran Prakashan Ltd.