Agriculture Magagines in India
Agriculture Magagines in India

List of agricultural magazines in India.

Indian farming

Circulation: Monthly
Author: ICAR
Language: English
From 1931
Oldest farm magazine
In India

Krishi Jagaran

Founded by: Dominic
Published: Weekly
Published in 11 languages

Limca book of records for
Largest multi-lingual Agri magazine in India

Agriculture today

Publisher: Krishi Jagaran
From 2000

Agriculture Today is India’s premier agriculture magazine, which provides the updates of news and analysis on topical issues of national and international importance in agriculture

Agriculture world

Publisher: Krishi Jagran

AGRICULTURE WORLD is the Largest Circulated Global Magazine on Sustainability in Agriculture


Published by ICAR

Popular Kheti / Kisan Kheti

Language: Hindi
Since 2004


Published by Govt. of India
Published: Monthly
Mainly publishes on rural development

Kurukshetra Magazine emphasizes more on social issues including issues relating to rural governance. Kurukshetra Magazine presents the government’s point of view on issues and also provides data and analysis for the same.

KURUKSHETRA – A monthly published in Hindi and English. The journal is devoted to all aspects of rural reconstruction and village democracy. The journal carries educative and informative articles on rural development and is useful for scholars, academicians and students preparing for civil services and other competitive examinations.

Phal phool

Phal phool

Published by ICAR


Published by ANGRAU
Published: Monthy

Language: Telugu


Published: Monthly
Published by: Eenadu group
Language: Telugu
Largest circulated magazine in India

Annadata magazine is a monthly magazine from Eenadu group and it is publishing in Telugu language. It was established in 1969. Click on beside image to read the latest Annadata Telugu magazine.

Annadata is an Indian agriculture Telugu monthly magazine from Eenadu group. Annadata covers all agricultural-related news, poultry news, dairy farming news, healthy cows news, and more.

Agri clinic

Published Monthly

Agri-Clinics are envisaged to provide expert advice and services to farmers on various aspects to enhance productivity of crops/animals and increase the incomes of farmers. 

Rythe Raju

Language: Telugu
Published Monthly

Rythu Bandhu

Published Monthly
Since 2010

Rythubandhu is a Telugu language agricultural magazine published by Best publications from India. This magazine, which has been in publication since 2010, has been edited by editors like N.Vamshi Mohan in the past. It has drifted from being a pure agricultural magazine to a more current affairs-oriented format. Rythubandhu is published from Himayath Nagar, Hyderabad.

Rythe Bandhu

Published Monthly

Pasumai Vikatan

Language: Tamil
Published by Vikatan group

The fortnightly magazine encourages sustainable agriculture. A green revolution of a different kind. A magazine that touches the lives of millions of farmers across Tamilnadu and helps them grow. It covers all the recent developments in the field of agriculture, animal husbandry, and fisheries sector. Detailed articles covering agriculture inputs, farm machinery, farm credits, and farm insurance, and all major crops and food processing industry are featured in a very simple and interesting language.

Kerala karshakan

Published by Govt. of Kerala
Language: Malayalam
Second oldest farm magazine in India

Kerala Karshakan is a monthly farm magazine published by Government of Kerala undertaking Farm Information Bureau. Launched in 1954, it is the second oldest farm magazine in India after Indian Farming, published by ICAR. R. Heli was its first full-time editor. 

Modern Kheti Hindi

Published by Mehram
Bi weekly
Since 1983

Modern Kheti, as the name indicates, relates to the modern agricultural techniques; conservative and cash crops, allied professions and farm machinery through training programs or upcoming events on a national and international level. Introduced in 1987, it is the leading and most widely read agriculture based magazine throughout Northern India. Punjab and Haryana, extensively known as the food grain basket of India, has in almost every household Modern Kheti, as it caters to every aspect of farming like growing of seasonal crops, their problems & solutions, conservative and cash crop farming. It also covers – fishery, poultry dairy, bee keeping, floriculture, horticulture etc. The main aim of Modern Kheti is to keep up the spirit of farming, bond different regions and help agriculture grow. It inspires the youth to take up agriculture as farming with a lot of emphasis on organic and profitable farming. It keeps in mind the health and prosperity of all i.e. taking mankind and nature together. It is published Fortnightly in Punjabi and Hindi and covers the whole of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal etc. It is undoubtedly one of the best mediums trying to provide healthy information.

ICAR Reporter

ICAR Reporter

Author: ICAR

Other Magazines: ICAR Publications

Useful For All Agricultural Exams

 MagazinesPublished from
1Intensive Agriculture (English)Ministry of Agriculture
2Agriculture Extension Review (English)Ministry of Agriculture
3Krishi Vistar Samiksha (Hindi)Ministry of Agriculture
4Agriculture Situation in IndiaMinistry of Agriculture
5Kurukshetra (Monthly)Ministry of Rural Development
6Yojana (Monthly)Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
7Indian Journal of Extension EducationNew Delhi
8Agriculture ResearchNew Delhi
9Vegetable ScienceNew Delhi
10Fertilizer NewsFAI-New Delhi
11IFFCO NewsNew Delhi
12Farmer and ParliamentNew Delhi
13Indian DairymanNew Delhi
14Seed ResearchNew Delhi
15Communicator IIMC- New Delhi

IIMC-Indian Institute of mass communication

 MagazinesPublished from
1OryzaCuttack Odisha
2Krishi VishwaJabalpur
3Lok VigyanUdaipur
4Wheat news  every three monthsKarnal
5Rural IndiaPune
6Kisan BhartiPantnagar
7Indian farmers DigestPantnagar
8Extension DigestMANAGE Hyderabad
9General of Farming SystemModipuram Meerut UP
10Indian Research general of extension educationAgra
11Journal of Extension EducationTNAU Coimbatore
12Soil Conversation DigestDehradun
13Current agricultureKarnal
14GoanBihar Government
15Tobacco Research Rajahmundry
16Journal of rural developmentNIRD
17Rural youth and gram YuvakYoung Farmer Association
18Annals of Agricultural ResearchIndian Society of Agricultural Sciences
19Agriculture and livestockICAR-New Delhi
1Journals monthly (English)
1)The Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
2)The Indian Journal of animal Sciences
2Semi technical journals quarterly (English)1)Indian farming
2)Indian horticulture
3Semi technical journals quarterly (Hindi)1)Phal-Phool
2)Krishi chayanika
4Semi technical journals monthly (Hindi)Kheti
5 Science and technology news letterICAR News (every 3 month)
6 House JournalICAR Reporter (every 3 month)
1First farm periodicals?Krishi-Sudhar (1914)
2First farm magazine in India?Kheti

Efforts of ICAR

1Indian farming1940
2Indian Horticulture1956
3ICAR News1970
5Krishi chayanika
ICAR Reporter
6ARIS  News1998
7Indian Agricultural Science Abstract2002
8Indian Animal Science Abstract2002

History of Agricultural Journalism In India

1Indian forestry1873
2Krishi Sudhar1914
3Zamin ryot1928
4Agriculture and livestock in India1931
5Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences1931
6Gaon Bihar Government1938
7Ryot (Maharashtra)1938
8Indian farming1940
9Basundhara (West Bengal)1946
10Krishi Jagat (Bhopal)1946
11Indian livestock,
Indian Horticulture,
Animal Science
12First Communication Workshop1954

International Agriculture Related Magazines

1Journal of extensionUSA
2Agronomy Journal USAUSA
3Field crop abstractsEngland
4Tropical science inLondon
5Media Asia Singapore

Weekly Magazines

Krishak JagatBhopal
Seva Gram Delhi
Kheti DuniyaPatiala
Agri watchNew Delhi

Quarterly Magazines

GramsevakNew Delh
Gram PrathinidhiNew Delh
Gram LokNew Delh
Krishak DootBhopal

Monthly Magazines

KrushimangalNew Delhi
Bhu-bhartiNew Delhi
Dharti Ke LalNew Delhi
Krishak BharatiKanpur

Every 3 Month Magazines

Krishi VishwaJabalpur
Dairy NewsKarnal
Wheat NewsKarnal
Krishi Gyan GangaEtah UP
Indian sugar cropsGhaziabad