Delhi Press is one of the leading magazine publishers of India. With 33 magazines in 10 languages, including some of the biggest names in the country like Grihshobha, Sarita, Saras Salil and Champak. Delhi Press reaches out to more than 20 million readers. Most of the magazines published by the group are leaders in their respective genres.
Delhi Press was established in 1939 by late Mr. Vishva Nath. The Caravan, an English literary magazine, was launched in the following year and became an immediate success, enjoying wide readership in the country. In 1945, Sarita, a Hindi monthly magazine, was launched. From the very first issue, Sarita became the favourite household Hindi magazine. Sarita has remained the flagship magazine of the Delhi Press that best captures the ideology of the group in fighting against obscurantism and authoritarianism. Over the years, the group has launched a number of magazines that have been just as successful : Mukta, Champak, Grihshobha and Saras Salil. Today, it publishes 33 magazines in 10 languages.