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Population of Manipur Census 2011



Manipur is located in the north eastern part of India. Manipur literally means “the land of the jewels”. The capital of the state of Manipur is Imphal. The state shares border with 3 north eastern states namely  Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam along with Myanmar. The official language of Manipur is Meiteilon. Manipur became a state in the year 1972, prior to which it was a union territory. Manipur is one of the most beautiful, yet unexplored state of India.

As per the census carried out by the government of India in 2011, the population totals of Manipur are mentioned below:

Total Population:
The population of Manipur as per the 2011 census is 2,721,756 compared to 2,293,896 in the 2001 census. In this decade the state of Manipur has registered a growth of 18.65% in total population. The state forms a meagre 0.22% of the total population of India.

Sex Ratio:
There are a total of 1,369,764 males and 1,351,992 females in Manipur. As per the 2011 census, the sex ratio in Manipur stands at 987 compared to 978 in the 2001 census.  Manipur has the highest sex ratio out of all the North eastern states. As mentioned in the table below, the Child sex ratio for the state has dipped slightly compared to 2001.

Parameter
Year 2011
Year 2001
Sex Ratio in Manipur
987
978
Child sex ratio in Manipur
934
975
Sex Ratio in India
940
933


Total Child Population:
The total child population (0-6 years) in Manipur in 2011 is 353,237 compared to 326,366 in 2001. There has been a slight increase in child population when compared to the child population in 2001.

Urban & Rural Population:
Close to 2/3rd of the population of Manipur resides in rural areas. The rural population makes up 69.79% whereas the urban population makes up 30.21% of the total population. The total rural & urban population as per the 2011 census is 1,899,624 & 822,132 respectively. The urban population has increased by 42.74% over the previous decade, whereas the rural population has increased by 10.58%.

Population Density:
The total area of Manipur is 22,327 Km2. As per the 2011 census, population density is calculated at 122 persons per Km2, which is very low when compared to the national average of 382 per Km2. The state has among the lowest population density in the country. As per the 2001 census population density was calculated at 103 persons per Km2 which shows that there has been an increase of close to 18% in population density over the last decade.

Literacy Rate:
As per the census study of 2011, Manipur has a literacy rate of 79.85%. The male literacy is 86.49% where as the female literacy is 73.17%. There is an improvement in literacy rate as compared to 2001 when the literacy rate in Manipur was 70.53%.

Birth rate, death rate and infant mortality rate:
As per data provided by Ministry of Health & Family welfare (SRS 2008), the crude birth rate, crude death rate and infant mortality rate in Manipur is:

Crude Birth Rate
15.8
Crude Death Rate
5.0
Infant mortality rate
14


Top 7 Districts & their population:
The 7 largest districts by population in Manipur & their total population, sex ratio & literacy rates are:

District Name
Total Population
Sex Ratio
Literacy Rate (%)
Imphal West
514,683
1029
86.70
Imphal East
452,661
1011
82.81
Thoubal
420,517
1006
76.66
Senapati
354,972
939
75.00
Churachandpur
271,274
969
84.29
Bishnupur
240,363
1000
76.35
Ukhrul
183,115
948
81.87


Manipur is one of the most beautiful states in India with its fascinating flora and fauna, enthralling wild life and amazing cultural heritage. Manipur is also very famous for an Indian classical dance form “Raas Leela”. The most visited tourist destinations in Manipur include Loktak lake which is the largest fresh water lake in the entire North east, Kakching garden, Keibul Lamjao National park, Kaina.

Population of Andhra Pradesh


Andhra Pradesh, the fourth largest state by area, is located in Southern India. Hyderabad is the capital city of Andhra Pradesh. Telegu is the official language of Andhra Pradesh and Urdu is the co-official language. Andhra Pradesh is also called as the “Rice Bowl of India”, as more than 3/4th of the crop grown in the state is rice. Andhra is an economic powerhouse, with agriculture and IT being the major contributor to the state’s economy.



As per the census carried out by the government of India in 2011, key population totals of Andhra Pradesh are below:



Total Population:

The population of Andhra Pradesh as per the 2011 census is 84,665,533 compared to 76,210,007 in the 2001 census. In the decade Andhra Pradesh has registered a growth of 11.10% in total population. Andhra Pradesh makes up 7.00% of the total population of India.



Sex Ratio:

There are a total of 42,509,881 males and 42,155,652 females in Andhra Pradesh. As per the 2011 census, the sex ratio in Andhra Pradesh is 992 compared to 978 in the 2001 census. The child sex ratio for the state too has improved.



Parameter
Year 2011
Year 2001
Sex Ratio of Andhra Pradesh
992
978
Child sex ratio of Andhra Pradesh
943
896
Sex Ratio of India
940
933





Total Child Population:

The total child population (0-6 years) in Andhra Pradesh in 2011 is 8,642,686 compared to 10,171,857 in 2001. There is a dip in child population in 2011 compared to 2001, indicating that growth rate of population may stabilize or decrease in the next decade.



Urban & Rural Population:

About 2/3rd of Andhra Pradesh’s total population lives in rural areas. The rural population makes up 66.51% whereas the urban population makes up 33.49% of the total population. The total rural & urban population as per the 2011 census is 56,311,788 & 28,353,745 respectively.



Population Density:

The total area of Andhra Pradesh is 2,75,045 Km2. As per the 2011 census, population density was 308 persons per Km2, which is lower than the national average of 382 per Km2. As per the 2001 census, population density was calculated at 277 persons per Km2.



Literacy Rate:

Andhra Pradesh has a literacy rate of 67.66%. The male literacy is 75.56% and the female literacy is 59.74%. There is a slight improvement in literacy rate as compared to 2001 when the literacy rate in Andhra Pradesh was 60.47 %.



Top 7 Districts & their population:

The 7 largest districts by population in Andhra Pradesh & their totals are:



District Name
Total Population
Rangareddy
52,96,396
East Godavari
51,51,549
Guntur
48,89,230
Krishna
45,29,009
Visakhapatnam
42,88,113
Chittor
41,70,468
Anantpur
40,83,315



Top 3 cities & their population:

 The 3 largest cities in Andhra Pradesh & their total population are mentioned below:





City Name
Total Population
Hyderabad
68,09,970
Visakhapatnam
17,30,320
Vijaywada
10,48,240



Andhra Pradesh is one the top states in areas in terms of size and contribution to Indian economy. In recent times, the state has been embroiled in the Telengana issue concerning the demand for the separate statehood of Telengana. Due to this issue the state may be divided based on Telegu speaking areas. The issue has long been pending a decision for the same may be announced before the next census planned in 2021.


Andhra Pradesh is home to many places of religious importance. The Tirumala Venkateswara temple in Tirupati is one the most visited temples in India, with an estimated half a lakh devotees paying their homage every day. Hyderabad, the capital city, is an IT powerhouse and many IT companies, big & small have set their base here providing large scale employment. Andhra Pradesh is the largest producer of Tobacco in India; many top cigarette companies source their tobacco from this state.