Launched in Agra 1948, Amar Ujala is a Hindi broadsheet daily newspaper. It has 20 editions in seven states and one union territory covering 180 districts. It has a circulation of 2,067,253 daily (as of July-December 2018) according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations. The 2017 Indian Readership Survey reported that with 46.094 million readers it had the third-largest daily readership amongst newspapers in India. Now headquartered in Delhi, it has 20 editions, in seven states (Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi NCR and Uttar Pradesh) and one union territory (Chandigarh) covering 180 districts.

As one of the fastest growing daily newspapers in India it is the No.1 newspaper in Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand, ranking second in Uttar Pradesh. This is because Amar Ujala leads in Hindi journalism providing readers with reading matter from a vast assortment of sources – ranging from politics and current affairs to sports and entertainment and from astrology to technology. Amar Ujala caters to most tastes.


The newspaper’s wide reach across the country’s Hindi heartland makes placing ads in Amar Ujala inescapable. Especially classified advertisements in Amar Ujala are ideal for your low-cost, high-visibility advertising and marketing needs to reach out to the most people across cities, towns and villages in the country’s Hindi heartland.

These ads are well-suited to the following categories of ads in Amar Ujala:

Matrimonial (every Sunday): Ideal for creating ample choices for prospective brides and grooms.
Change of Name: An perfect means for legalising a personal or corporate name.
Business: Best for boosting products, services and events through reaching the right audiences.
Property: Great way to find customers for properties for sale or rent in any category.
Recruitment: Just what is needed or organisations to find suitable candidates for vacancies, and what job-seekers need to find employment.
Public Notice: Most useful to government, private sector and individuals for informing the general that effects them.
Tender Notice: The most preferred way for government and financial institutions invite bids for large projects.
Obituary: The most suitable notice of a death usually including a brief biography of the deceased person.

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