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Marathi Newspapers and News websites

  Lokmat

Lokmat (a Marathi paper/newspaper) was founded in 1971 in Maharashtra by Jawaharlal Darda.

  Lokmat Pune

  Loksatta

Loksatta marathi news paper app

Loksatta Marathi news paper covers Marathi news from all over India and Maharashtra.

  Sakaal

  Maharashtra Times

Maharashtra Times e-paper/newspaper  is a Marathi and the 9th largest-selling newspaper based in Mumbai, India.

  Divya Marathi

  Pudhari

  Saamana

  Kesari

  Punyanangari epaper

  Deshonatti

  Prahaar

  Parshv Bhumi

  Beed Reporter

  Ekmat (Marathi: एकमत)

  Sanchar

  BBC Marathi

  Dainik Aikya

  Lokasha

  Navshakti ( नवशक्ति )

  Marathwada Neta

  Lok Prashn

  Deshdoot

  Agrowon (Pune)

  Zunjar Neta

  Gomantak

  Dainik Murder

  Shivner

  Janankush

  Nav Prabha Goa

  Sanjwaat

  Vartahar

Marathi News Channels

  ABP Marathi

  ZEE चोवीस तास

  TV9 Marathi

  Saam TV

 

A Brief History of Marathi Newspaper

Marathi is one of the oldest languages in India and has great history of culture and literature. It is spoken in the state of Maharashtra and party in Goa.
According to the sources, the first newspaper in Marathi was ‘Darpan’ which was started in 6 January 1932.

A newspaper which played a vital role in indepdence movement was Kesari(Marathi: केसरी Sanskrit for Lion)). It was founded in 1881 by Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak.
During the same era, another newspaper which was popular was ‘Din Bandhu’. Din Bandhu newspaper was founded in January 1877 in Pune.

Lokmat- Lokmat newspaper is published in Marathi kanguage. It is one the most popular marathi newspapers in Goa and Maharashtra with close to 18 million readers.Lokmat is a daily newspaper
Loksatta – Loksatta is a Marathi newspaper published by the ‘The Indian Express Group’ and was published in 14 January 1948. It is a very popular newspaper in Maharshtra, India.

Sakal – which means ‘morning’ in English, is a Marathi daily newspaper. It is one the largest cirlated Marathi daily newspapers in Maharashtra. It is published by ‘Sakal Media Group’ and a its headquarters in Pune Maharashtra.
Maharashtra Times-, pupularly known as ‘Ma Taa'(मटा) is the daily Marathi newspaper newspaper published in Mumbai, Maharashtra. According to wikipedia, it is the 9th largest-selling daily newspaer in India, and has the second largest
readership in Mumbai.

Saamana, a Marathi language newspaper, was published in 23 January 1988 by Late Shri Bala Saheb Thackeray.