Punjab Kesari is among the top ten dailies of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh. The newspaper was started in the year 1965. It has always followed the true parameters of journalism to give readers accurate insight about every social issue.The prominent journalists of this newspaper have played the leading role in flourishing it.
Why advertise in Punjab Kesari
The staggering growth of Punjab Kesari always motivates advertisers to invest major part of their advertising budget on newspaper advertisement in Punjab Kesari. The newspaper has become the preferred choice of advertisers both for classified advertisement and display advertisement.
It offers highly reasonable ad rates on all kinds of newspaper advertisement to meet the demand of small advertisers. It publishes a classified section on some of the weekdays to give the voice to local advertisers. This section is preferred for all kinds of classified advertisements such as recruitment, business, travel and tours, service related ads and many more. The newspaper ensures desired exposure to newspaper advertisement due to having widespread reach.
Punjab Kesari and its Popularity
Punjab Kesari is included among the prime Hindi newspapers of North India. It is launched by an eminent Indian personality, Late Lala Jagat Narain ji in the year 1965. It has become the leading newspaper of Punjab and Haryana by holding third position in both of these states. It has given the noteworthy contribution for the benefit of Indian society at the time of Punjab Insurgency. The newspaper brings its daily e-paper to adjust with changing Indian trends.
The popularity of this esteemed newspaper is rising every day due to its commitment towards welfare of Indian society. It is proceeding on success path with the continuous effort of its hard working journalists and correspondents.
Punjab Kesari covers stories from different fields such as political, entertainment, sports, and business to satisfy every quest of readers. It enjoys generic readership base that includes people of all age groups and section. It caters the urban and rural population of prime Northern states that are Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan.
The newspaper is circulated in some of the major north Indian states. It is among the top dailies in most of its distribution locations. It is circulated in Punjab, Haryana and many other North Indian states.
Dainik Jagran, Hindustan and The Tribune are the prime competitors of Punjab Kesari. Amar Ujala has also emerged as significant competitor for this newspaper. In Punjab, the newspaper is facing competition from Jag Bani and Ajit newspaper.