Find your ideal partner – with a little help from The Telegraph!

Branded as ‘Unputdownable’, The Telegraph is a relatively new entrant in the realm of English language journalism in India. The newspaper was founded in Kolkata on the 7th of July, 1982 and is one of the most respected newspapers in Eastern India. The Telegraph is owned and published by the ABP Group and has been published continuously in the city since its foundation. The Telegraph is also the only newspaper that was founded after India’s independence to have become a market leader in its region of origin. 

As of today, The Telegraph has grown to become the fifth largest read English language daily newspaper in the country with a large and loyal readership across the region. It is the most widely circulated English language newspaper in the eastern region of India. It is estimated that there are more than 4,70,000 copies of the newspaper in circulation on any given day.

The Telegraph is estimated to have a total readership in excess of 1.2 million people across the region as well as the country. The newspaper enjoys a high reputation among English speaking readers who hail the newspaper’s standards of reporting and impeccable quality of English. The Telegraph is nothing short of a household name in Eastern India. 

The newspaper delivers the latest news from around the region, the rest of India and from across the world and is renowned for its insightful and comprehensive coverage of ongoing and trending events. In addition to the latest news stories, The Telegraph provides readers with an extensive selection of content spanning a wide range of topics. These include business, sports, science and technology, health, entertainment, culture and sections dedicated to editorial and opinion columns.

Among modern Indian families in Eastern India, arranged marriages are still the tradition. This makes the newspaper an excellent choice for booking matrimonial ads. Newspapers are still an integral part of cultural life in modern India and families rely on the matrimonial columns of newspapers to simplify their search for the most suitable partners for their children. An ad in The Telegraph matrimonial column is precisely what can help to make your search for the ideal partner a simple and hassle-free experience!

Traditionally, family elders are engaged in finding the most suitable bride or groom because marriage is enshrined in Indian culture as one of the most important events. A marriage marks not just the coming together of the bride and the groom, but also signifies the union of their respectable families as well. This makes finding the perfect partner all the more important and great emphasis is therefore placed on making the wedding day truly special and memorable. 

Matrimonial Ad in Telegraph

So what are you waiting for? Book your Telegraph matrimonial advertisement through releaseMyAd today! releaseMyAd is India’s largest self-service online ad booking platform with more than a decade of experience in the field of advertising. releaseMyAd has accumulated a wealth of experience in the domain of ad booking as well as valuable expertise that has come in extremely useful in providing a superior platform for booking advertisements. With releaseMyAd’s user-friendly ad booking platform and comprehensive support and guidance, booking your Telegraph classifieds is guaranteed to be a seamless affair through releaseMyAd!

Find Your Soulmate Through Matrimonial Ads In The Telegraph at Affordable Prices!

Are you searching for your soulmate? Then you should advertise in The Telegraph for there is no other better advertising platform that can help you more! It is the fifth-largest English newspaper in India which was founded in 1982 and has since become a household name. It has five editions- Kolkata, Siliguri, Guwahati, Jharkhand, and Ranchi. It is the eight most-read English newspaper in India.

Telegraph matrimonial advertisement

You just have to follow 4 simple steps to book matrimonial ads in The Telegraph-

  1. Go to the releaseMyAd page and begin your ad booking process by selecting the newspaper as The Telegraph and category as Matrimonial. Select your desired Ad Format – You can book Matrimonial ads in Telegraph in either Classified Text or Classified Display format. Classified Text Ads in The Telegraph just contain text whereas Classified Display ads appear in smaller width sizes in the classified columns. It is best to book your ad two days prior to the release date to ensure a smooth booking process.
  2. The next important step is to select from a range of discounted packages and combo offers-
  • ABP + The Telegraph Matrimonial Special – Get flat 10% off discount on combined- Rs. 4,212/120 characters
  • The Telegraph- All Bengali Matrimonial Special- Rs. 1,380/115 characters
  • The Telegraph- Jharkhand- Rs. 690/115 characters

You will find these in the website!

  1. Thereafter, you will be directed to the ‘Compose Ad’ page where you have to select your preferred sub-category and preferences of your choice. Compose your ad by filling in all the relevant details like qualifications, physical traits, personal information and economic and family background you are looking for in your prospective match in the ad content. Do not forget to mention your own educational & professional background along with the contact info or the entire purpose of the ad will become redundant. You can also upload your own designed advertisement in case of classified display. releaseMyAd also has a live chat option where you can ask questions and experts will clarify your doubts instantly. 
  2. Finally, select the date you want to publish your ad on. Make payments via Credit/Debit Cards or Internet Banking to confirm your booking. On completion of payment, you will receive a mail with all the details of your ad.

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