Hari Bhoomi Group
Hari Bhoomi group was born on 5th September 1996 in the form of a weekly Hindi newspaper. This Weekly newspaper got converted into Daily Newspaper on November 1997 and was known as Hari Bhoomi ‘Rohtak’ Edition. We covered whole Haryana State through this edition.
In April 1998 we started our ‘Delhi’ Edition to cover Delhi, Faridabad and Gurgaon regions.
We entered into the Chhattisgarh State and started our Bilaspur Edition in March 2001 from Bilaspur to cover maximum parts of Chhattisgarh State. Soon thereafter in June 2002 we started our Raipur Edition from Raipur. Both these Editions cover the whole of Chhattisgarh State as well as parts of Orissa.
To cover Madhya Pradesh we started our ‘Jabalpur’ Edition in October 2008.
Later on we started Raigarh Edition in the state of Chhattisgarh
Total 6,53,618 copies circulating per day
All this is possible through a vast network of journalists, distribution channel and a dedicated team of Hari Bhoomi personnel.
We enjoy No. 1 position in terms of circulation in the state of Chhattisgarh as per ABC (Jan-Jun 2013)
As per the latest figures of IRS 2012 (Indian Readership Survey) Q-IV (AIR) Hari Bhoomi is established as the 11th largest Hindi Daily in India. We got an average issue readership of 13,30,000 readers (Thirteen Lac Thirty thousand) and a total readership of 42,03,000 readers (Forty Two Lac Three thousand) within a short span.
In Chhattisgarh we have AIR of 8,95,000 of and in Madhya Pradesh 1,86,000 readers. In Haryana we got total readership of 6,87,000 readers and an average issue readership of 2,45,000 readers
Value Added Products
Along with the News we provide to our readers different kinds of weekly magazines with the daily news paper like Saheli for women, Balbhoomi for children, Manzil for youth, Ravivar Bharti for families, Rangarang for entertainment and Choupal, a cultural magazine.
We provide value added products to our readers from time to time by publishing calendars, directories, road maps etc.
We organize different types of events including seminars, competition for children and ladies and cultural programmes to involve our readers.