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Facts on Jaipur’s Population Growth on World Population Day 2016


Established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme, World Population Day is an annual event observed on every July 11. It aims at raising awareness about global population issues such as the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health and human rights.

On the World Population Day 2016, let’s check out some facts about the population of Jaipur.

Current Population of Jaipur – 3,548,512

Population Composition of Jaipur – The majority of people living in Jaipur are Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Jains.

In 1990, Jaipur was the 13th populated city in the country with a population of 1.4 million.

In 2011, Jaipur’s population reached 3.1 million, making it the 10th most populous cities in India.

By 2025, Jaipur is expected to have a population of 4.2 million.

Jaipur’s Population Growth over the Years

Year

Population

Ranking in India

1901

160,000

 

1990

1.4 million

13th populated city in India

1991

1,518,200

 

2001

2,322,575

 

2011

3,046,163

10th most populous cities in India

2012

3,165,550

 

2013

3,260,516

 

2014

3,355,070

 

2015

3,441,816

 

2016

3,548,512

 

2025

Expected to have a population of 4.2 million

 

 


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