Started in 1992, Khabar is one of the largest publications in the U.S. to serve Indian-Americans.
At a readership of over 120,000, our robust, 140-plus pages, full-color monthly print magazine is a dynamic force in the market we serve: the Indian community of metro Atlanta, with distribution and readership spread throughout Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina.
- Besides being cited in the “Best of Atlanta” annual issue of Atlanta magazine and awarded “Best of Gwinnett (County),” Khabar has received several awards for its content and design from publishing and journalism organizations.
- Exclusive interviews of notable Indian-American and others relevant to the diaspora is a dominant theme in the magazine.
- Award-winning articles by some of the diaspora’s best writers: thought-provoking and entertaining cover stories, interviews, essays, opinions, analysis, perspectives, and more.
- The most inclusive and vibrant coverage of the metro-Atlanta Indian community through regular segments such as Events Calendar, Around Town, Community Newsmakers, Spotlight, etc. (Our articles and editorials hold an effective mirror to the community, so that readers see themselves—often literally—in the magazine.)
- Our content relates to three broad categories: the Indian-American community of metro-Atlanta, the national Indian-American diaspora, and broad themes from India as well as Indian culture and society.
Note: Despite our name, which means “To know” or “News,” we are not a news publication, but rather a features magazine.
- We are based in metro-Atlanta, which serves as a nucleus for Indians living in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Atlanta is the go-to destination for live shows and concerts featuring Indian stars, Bollywood movies on the big-screen, many other events, dining, groceries, and shopping for the Indian diaspora. Our print magazine serves a readership of about 90,000 spread across these states where we offer FREE subscription.
- The magazine caters to a wide spectrum of the community: blue collar workers, students, businessmen, professionals, academicians, and others. And from new immigrants and transient NRIs who may be currently living here, to second and third generation Indian-Americans.
- A portion of our readership also comes from the larger South Asian community of the region: Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, Nepalis, Sri -Lankans and other nationalities of the subcontinent as they also are consumers of Indian products, services, pop-culture, and more.
- Khabar: A monthly print magazine that offers a free home subscription to Indians/South Asians in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Close to 30,000 copies per month. To subscribe, click here.
- eKhabar: A weekly email broadcast of upcoming community events in-boxed straight to over 14,000 of the most active movers and shakers of the metro Atlanta community. To subscribe, click here.
- Khabar.com: The website provides the content of the print magazine with additional reports and details,; and many other community resources.
- Khabar Digital: A digital edition that duplicates the page-turning experience of the print version.
- Khabar Social Media: We curate best of content, catering specifically to the Indian community of the region. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to be in the know.
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- Highest buying power compared to any other demographic group in the U.S. The median family income of Indian Americans is $60,093 vs. the national median family income of $38, 885.
- More than 87% of Indians in America have completed high school.
- More than 61% of them have some college education.
- As many as 58% of Indian-Americans over the age of 25 hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
- 74% of Indian-Americans hold Managerial/Professional positions.
Demographics of the community in Georgia:
- With a growth rate of 231% in the last decade in Georgia, the Indian community is now the largest Asian group in the State.
- Among men 25 years old and over, 38 percent have graduate or professional degrees and 71 percent have bachelor’s degree or higher.
- For Asian Indian women, the comparable figures are 25 and 63 percent, respectively.
- Median household income among the region’s Asian-Indian households stands at $60,800, which is 17 percent higher than that of all Atlanta area households.
- Indian-Americans are a significant part of the larger Asian community of Georgia.
(Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, Atlanta Regional Commission, and The Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia.)
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