|Chief editor||Mammen Varghese|
|Editor in charge||K. A. Francis|
|Categories||Local interest magazine|
|First issue||8 August 1937|
Manorama Weekly is a weekly Malayalam language local interest magazine published by Manorama Group of publications from Kottayam, India. It started publishing on 8 August 1937. With a circulation of 5,82,180 copies (as per July–December 2010 survey by Audit Bureau of Circulation), it is the largest selling weekly in India. Along with Mangalam Weekly, it is the most popular magazine among Keralites, especially among homemakers and not-so-highly educated women. They have acquired the collective sobriquet of "Ma" publications on account of their name and content.
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