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Nava Bharat

Nava Bharat (नवभारत)
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Ram Gopal Investments Pvt Ltd
Founded 1934
Political alignment Liberal
Language Hindi
Headquarters Bhopal, Raipur, Nagpur.
Sister newspapers Central Chronicle
Website [1], and [2]

Nava Bharat () (Translation: New India) is a Hindi-language daily newspaper published from Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Satna, Chhindwara, Nagpur, Mumbai, Raipur, Bilaspur, Pune, Nasik, Chandrapur and Amravati. Nava Bharat has the sixth highest readership according to IRS 2009 R1 in India among Hindi newspapers.[1]


Navabharat was founded by Late Shri. Ramgopalji Maheshwari in 1934 in Orange city Nagpur. Shri. Ramgopalji Maheshwari was a freedom fighter, a journalist by profession, a philosopher by thinking, a reformer of society.

Nava Bharat split into 3 groups early in 2000. The Nagpur-based group is referred to as Nava Bharat (Maharashtra), the Bhopal-based group as Nava Bharat (Madhya Pradesh) and the Raipur-based group as Nava Bharat (Chhattisgarh).

Nava Bharat (Madhya Pradesh) brings out the six editions for the cities of Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Chhindwara and Satna. It also publishes the Central Chronicle from Bhopal.

Nava Bharat (Maharashtra) brings out 6 editions for the cities of Nagpur, Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Chandrapur and Amravati but also has editions for Akola, Yavatmal and Wardha.

Nava Bharat (Chhatisgarh) brings out 2 editions for Raipur and Bilaspur. It also publishes the Central Chronicle from Raipur.

As per the IRS 2009 R1, Nava Bharat (Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh) has a total readership of 44.77 lakh; while Nava Bharat (Maharashtra) has a total readership of 22.36 lakh.


Nava Bharat is published from the following places: Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Indore, Satna, Chhindwara Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Raipur, Bilaspur, Chandrapur, Amravati and Nasik.


  1. ^ IRS 2009 R1: Key highlights and analysis
  • .Navabharat
  • Hindi daily Nava Bharat to launch Nasik edition on August 15.
  • 2009 R1: Key highlights and analysis

External links

  • News PortalNava Bharat
  • [3]

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