Bharatiya Jnanpith had been bringing out between Janurary, 1949 and February, 1970 a literary monthly, ‘Gyanodaya’ which had its own identity for its vision, attitude and coverage. In the real sense it was a bridge between the elite and the common readers, between modernity and tradition, between creativity and contemplation and between different Indian languages. It educated and refined a large readership and offered the literature a readership with understanding, anxiety and sensitivity. It resumed publication again under the new name Naya Gyanodaya in 2003. It has been attracting readers with its new format and new coverage.