The 10 Best Bengali Newspapers in India

By Andrew Harry | Updated on

In India, More than 97 million people's first language is Bengali. A significant percentage of Bengalis are living in West Bengal (78,698,852), Tripura (2,414,774) and Assam (9,024,324).

A newspaper is a publication printed on paper that reveals all the information like a minor of a country. Although it has been a habit to read newspapers by hand since ancient times, then it has been converted online. Over time, this occasion of reading newspapers has become more popular.

So many Indian Bengali newspapers are published every day. Nowadays, most of the Indian news reader is happy to read news online. As well as Bangladeshi people are very interested to read Indian newspaper, Kolkata newspapers in Bangla. So the number of Indian Bengali (Kolkata) news readers are increasing day by day in Bangladesh and the World.

The 10 Best Bengali Newspapers in India

Here's a list of the top 10 Indian Bengali (Kolkata) Newspapers online:

01. Anandabazar Patrika

Anandabazar Patrika is a widely read daily newspaper in the state of Bengal. This newspaper has much- appreciated demand in other cities like New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Silchar, etc. The holder of Anandabazar Patrika is ABP Group.

Anandabazar Patrika handles about 1.1 million pages per day. The editor's name in this newspaper is Anirban Chattopadhyay. They start their journey on 13 March 1992. This newspaper published both National and International news daily.

02. Aajkaal

Aajkaal is a very prominent Bengali newspaper in Kolkata, India. Aajkaal is a very old newspaper in Kolkata. Approximately 35 years. This newspaper is published in cities like Kolkata, Siliguri, and Tripura. They started their journey in 1981. Abhik Kumar Ghosh is the creator of this newspaper.

This newspaper spread all over Kolkata. Both Bengali and non-Bengali readers read this newspaper regularly. The present editor of this famous newspaper is Ashok Dasgupta.

03. Bartaman

Bartaman Private Limited published The Daily Bartaman Patrika from Kolkata. It is a very well known newspaper in Kolkata. This newspaper was published daily from cities like Burdwan, Siliguri, and Midnapore.

Bartaman is the second most transmitted Bengali newspaper in India first one is Anandabazar. Bartaman newspaper handles about 669,758 million pages per day. Bartaman Patrika started their publication in 1984. Recently Subha Dutta is the copyholder of this newspaper. This newspaper has been launching its online version regularly since 2002.

04. Sangbad Protidin

Sangbad Protidin is a well-liked daily Bengali newspaper in Kolkata. Swapan Sadhan Bose is the founder of Sangbad Protidin. They started their journey on August 9, 1992. Sangbad Protidin handles about 260310 million pages per day. The name of the editor of Sangbad Protidin is Srinjoy Bose. Sangbad Protidin daily published both national and international news.

05. Ebela

Ebela started Its journey on 17 September 2012. It is the sister newspaper of Anandabazar Patrika. Nine decades in the wake of the announcement of Anandabazar Patrika "Ebela" is ABP Group's first Bengali newspaper in Kolkata. This newspaper has three main sections.

The main section is 12-pages news of national and international political news published. The second section for business. And the last one is for entertainment. This newspaper achieved an award for India’s best media youth brand. Daily 4 lakh India’s people read this newspaper.

06. Asomiya Pratidin

Asomiya Pratidin is a popular Assamese daily newspaper published from Guwahati, Dibrugarh, North Lakhimpur and Bongaigaon. Read latest news headlines from Assam, India. They started their journey in 1995. Nitya Bora is the editor of Asomiya Pratidin.

07. Uttarbanga Sambad

Uttarbanga Sambad is a Bengali language newspaper. They started their journey on May 19, 1980. Suhas Chandra Talukder is the editor of this newspaper. It has almost 2.0 million readers daily.

08. Daily Desherkatha

Daily Desherkatha begins their journey in 1979. It is a very famous and popular daily based Bengali newspaper in Kolkata.

Daily Desherkatha was published from Agartala. This newspaper is stand up day by day for employment and working people's desire.

09. Ganashakti

Ganashakti newspaper is a favored daily based Bengali newspaper in Kolkata. They started their journey in 1967. First, it was published as an evening newspaper. But later it was finally turned into a fully- fledged newspaper.

This newspaper was published in Kolkata, Durgapur, and Siliguri. Ganashakti newspaper daily spread 2,30,000. Their present editor is Avik Dutta.

10. Ei Samay

Eisamay Sangbadpatra is a popular Bengali news paper by Times Group, India. Read recent news headlines from Ei Samay potrika today. Ei Samay newspaper was first launched on October 15, 2012.

The name of their editor and publisher of this newspaper is Rupayan Bhattacharya. It is very popular among the people of Kolkata.