Sudharma – the Only Sanskrit Daily in India

Started in 1970 by Sanskrit scholar Kalale Nadadur Varadaraja Iyengar, Sudharma is the only Sanskrit daily in India. The daily is mainly subscribed by institutions having Sanskrit courses, public libraries and schools. The daily sells around 2000 copies mostly through subscriptions. K.V. Sampath Kumar, son of Mr. Iyengar, is the present editor of the daily.

Apart from India, the daily is subscribed in few other countries including the United States and Japan. Sudharma is struggling to survive and it is Sampath Kumar’s passion for Sanskrit which is keeping the daily afloat.

The annual subscription of Sudharma costs 250 rupees.

For more details contact

sudharma.sanskritdaily@gmail.com
sudharmasktdly@rediff.com