If Uttar Pradesh were his own country, it would have been the fifth most populous in the world this year, ahead of Brazil (195 million people) and Pakistan (174 million). According to the figures, Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state and Sikkim is the most populous state in India. Many people know nothing about the largest state in India in terms of population and area, and the largest trade union area in India in terms of population and area. There are currently a total of 28 states and 8 Union Territories (UTs) in India.
The largest state in terms of area is Rajasthan (342,239 km), followed by Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state in India, followed by Maharashtra and Bihar. Here we have covered the list of Indian states, Union territories with area and population. There are 29 states in India.
Their populations are massively large – the largest, Uttar Pradesh, holds almost 200 million people, the smallest, Sikkim, just over half a million. Uttar Pradesh, with a population of more than 166 million, is the most populous state in the country, followed by Maharastra (97 million) and Bihar (83 million). According to statistics from the World Bank and the India Economic Survey, citizens of Uttar Pradesh have the lowest life expectancy of most other large countries. Bihar has overtaken Maharashtra as the second largest state in the population with almost 125 million people here.
India’s current quality of life rank 49 out of 66, which is a quality of life index of 121.61.Jammu and Kashmir is the largest trade union area in India, measured by the area that covers 125,535 km2 of land area. The share of Muslims in the population of West Bengal grew by 1.8 percentage points, and the Muslim majority in Jammu and Kashmir grew by 1.3 points. The majority of Christians are in Nagaland (total population 2 million or 20 lakh), Mizoram (1 million or 10 lakh) and Meghalaya (3 million or 30 lakh) — three small states in a sparsely populated, fertile mountain range in northeast India. Almost half of the country’s population lives in the five most populous states, namely Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bihar, West Bengal, and Madhya Pradesh.
India’s largest city is Mumbai, with a population of 12.5 million, followed closely by Delhi, with a population of over 11 million. India has 641,000 inhabited villages and 72.2 percent of the total population live in these rural areas. 150 China led the world with 22 percent of the population, followed by India with 14.2 percent. While the number of Indians living in urban areas has increased over the past two decades, about 67% of people still live in rural areas.
In terms of area, India is the seventh largest country in the world (3,287 million km²) and the second most populous country in the world after China. With a union of 29 states and 7 Union territories, India is the second most populous country in the world after China. Ethnicity data is not collected by the Indian census, although the CIA World Factbook estimates that the population is 72% Indo-Aryan, 25% Dravidian, and 3% Mongolian and others. The population of Uttar Pradesh is so large that it is more comparable to the other largest countries in the world.