Balabhumi enters 25th year with more innovative content

1 min read
Read later

Balabhumi has been the leading children’s weakly all these years by imparting knowledge and fun to the children.

Mathrubhumi's children’s magazine ‘Balabhumi’ is approaching its 25th anniversary. Balabhumi first reached the hands of children in April 1996. And it became a weekly in October 1999.

Balabhumi has been the leading children’s weekly all these years by imparting knowledge and fun to children. Popular characters in the magazine like magic malu, Meesamarjaran, Vikru, Mallanunni, Villanunni, Eliyan and Puliyan, Iman and Master Tintu continue to remain children’s favourites.

Last year, Balabhumi made changes in its content and appearance. More prominence was given to knowledge and study. A lot of new sections have been introduced in the magazine including childhood of famous people, vacation activities for children, mega quiz, cooking, vlog contests and so on.

Balabhumi will also include study materials for students from class 4 to 7 after the schools reopen. Children can read about the story of world famous cartoon character Asterix defeating coronavirus and also about the childhood of Rima Kallingal.

Add Comment
Related Topics

Get daily updates from

Disclaimer: Kindly avoid objectionable, derogatory, unlawful and lewd comments, while responding to reports. Such comments are punishable under cyber laws. Please keep away from personal attacks. The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of readers and not that of Mathrubhumi.

Chetna Maroo

3 min

Indian-origin author Chetna Maroo's debut novel shortlisted for Booker Prize 2023

Sep 22, 2023

Photo: Amazon

3 min

'The Eastern Gate' critical to understanding politics behind conflicts in northeast

Jan 5, 2022

Jayanta Mahapatra | Photo: Wikipedia (Suman Pokhrel)

2 min

Acclaimed poet Jayanta Mahapatra no more

Aug 28, 2023