Rajasthan Population Census data 2011

Rajasthan

Rajasthan is arguably one of the most beautiful states in the country. The pink city of Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and the palaces in the state attract millions of tourists each year. The state is predominantly a desert, yet has made tremendous progress in recent times in the fields of agriculture and infrastructure. The state has a rich heritage and culture with some of the famous Indian kings originating from this part of India and is famous for delicacies world over. The population of Rajasthan has its own way of life and the folk song and dance is world famous.

The Population of Rajasthan according to the 2011 census stands at about 68 million, making it the 8th most populated state in India. The state makes up about 5.6% of the country's population a figure which was about 5.4% during the last census in 2001. The state is spread over an area of about 340000 sq. km. making it the largest state in the country in terms of area. The density of population per sq. Km. is about 200 and a lot below the national average. The state has a growth rate of about 21% percent which is the 11th highest growth rate in the country. The population of the state is rising considerably due to rapid efforts towards development and progress. The literacy rate in the state is about 67% which is a cause for concern and a statistic the authorities must take notice of and look to correct in the years to come. The sex ratio in Rajasthan also leaves a lot to be desired as it lags behind the national average by 10 points. The statistics in the Rajasthan Census 2011 reveal facts that can be taken into consideration by the government in a bid to further its development.

The capital city which is also the largest city in the state of Rajasthan is Jaipur. The languages spoken in the Rajasthan state includes Hindi. In total Rajasthan (RJ) state comprises 33 districts. The ISOCODE assigned by International Organization for Standardization for Rajasthan state is RJ.

Rajasthan Population 2011

As per details from Census 2011, Rajasthan has population of 6.86 Crores, an increase from figure of 5.65 Crore in 2001 census. Total population of Rajasthan as per 2011 census is 68,548,437 of which male and female are 35,550,997 and 32,997,440 respectively. In 2001, total population was 56,507,188 in which males were 29,420,011 while females were 27,087,177.

Rajasthan Population Growth Rate

The total population growth in this decade was 21.31 percent while in previous decade it was 28.33 percent. The population of Rajasthan forms 5.66 percent of India in 2011. In 2001, the figure was 5.49 percent.

Rajasthan Literacy Rate 2011

Literacy rate in Rajasthan has seen upward trend and is 66.11 percent as per 2011 population census. Of that, male literacy stands at 79.19 percent while female literacy is at 47.76 percent. In 2001, literacy rate in Rajasthan stood at 60.41 percent of which male and female were 70.32 percent and 43.85 percent literate respectively.

In actual numbers, total literates in Rajasthan stands at 38,275,282 of which males were 23,688,412 and females were 14,586,870.

Rajasthan Density 2011

Total area of Rajasthan is 342,239 sq. km. Density of Rajasthan is 200 per sq km which is lower than national average 382 per sq km. In 2001, density of Rajasthan was 165 per sq km, while nation average in 2001 was 324 per sq km.

Rajasthan Sex Ratio

Sex Ratio in Rajasthan is 928 i.e. for each 1000 male, which is below national average of 940 as per census 2011. In 2001, the sex ratio of female was 922 per 1000 males in Rajasthan.

Rajasthan Religious Data

Lot of viewers are asking us to provide religion's data of Rajasthan state. Most important question of all is what is the current population of Hindus, Muslim, Sikhs and Christian in state of Rajasthan. But Govt. of India is yet to release full religious data of Rajasthan state. Once it is released, we will provide the detailed information on this page of Rajasthan Population Census 2011.

Description 2011 2001
Approximate Population 6.86 Crores 5.65 Crore
Actual Population 68,548,437 56,507,188
Male 35,550,997 29,420,011
Female 32,997,440 27,087,177
Population Growth 21.31% 28.33%
Percantage of total Population 5.66% 5.49%
Sex Ratio 928 922
Child Sex Ratio 888 946
Density/km2 200 165
Density/mi2 519 428
Area km2 342,239 342,239
Area mi2 132,139 132,139
Total Child Population (0-6 Age) 10,649,504 10,651,002
Male Population (0-6 Age) 5,639,176 5,579,616
Female Population (0-6 Age) 5,010,328 5,071,386
Literacy 66.11 % 60.41 %
Male Literacy 79.19 % 70.32 %
Female Literacy 47.76 % 43.85 %
Total Literate 38,275,282 27,702,010
Male Literate 23,688,412 18,047,157
Female Literate 14,586,870 9,654,853

Rajasthan Urban Population 2011

Out of total population of Rajasthan, 24.87% people live in urban regions. The total figure of population living in urban areas is 17,048,085 of which 8,909,250 are males and while remaining 8,138,835 are females. The urban population in the last 10 years has increased by 24.87 percent.

Sex Ratio in urban regions of Rajasthan was 914 females per 1000 males. For child (0-6) sex ratio the figure for urban region stood at 874 girls per 1000 boys. Total children (0-6 age) living in urban areas of Rajasthan were 2,234,621. Of total population in urban region, 13.11 % were children (0-6).

Average Literacy rate in Rajasthan for Urban regions was 79.68 percent in which males were 87.91% literate while female literacy stood at 63.81%. Total literates in urban region of Rajasthan were 11,803,496.

Rajasthan Rural Population 2011

Of the total population of Rajasthan state, around 75.13 percent live in the villages of rural areas. In actual numbers, males and females were 26,641,747 and 24,858,605 respectively. Total population of rural areas of Rajasthan state was 51,500,352. The population growth rate recorded for this decade (2001-2011) was 75.13%.

In rural regions of Rajasthan state, female sex ratio per 1000 males was 933 while same for the child (0-6 age) was 892 girls per 1000 boys. In Rajasthan, 8,414,883 children (0-6) live in rural areas. Child population forms 16.34 percent of total rural population.

In rural areas of Rajasthan, literacy rate for males and female stood at 76.16 % and 42.20 %. Average literacy rate in Rajasthan for rural areas was 61.44 percent. Total literates in rural areas were 26,471,786.
Description Rural Urban
Population (%) 75.13 % 24.87 %
Total Population 51,500,352 17,048,085
Male Population 26,641,747 8,909,250
Female Population 24,858,605 8,138,835
Population Growth 18.96 % 29.01 %
Sex Ratio 933 914
Child Sex Ratio (0-6) 892 874
Child Population (0-6) 8,414,883 2,234,621
Child Percentage (0-6) 16.34 % 13.11 %
Literates 26,471,786 11,803,496
Average Literacy 61.44 % 79.68 %
Male Literacy 76.16 % 87.91 %
Female Literacy 42.20 % 63.81 %

Rajasthan Census 2011 Conclusion

The official census 2011 of Rajasthan has been conducted by Directorate of Census Operations in Rajasthan. Enumeration of key persons including Chief Minister of Rajasthan was also done by officials conducting population census.

Figures of population census 2011 Rajasthan have been represented in chart for your reference at bottom.
Large cities of Rajasthan Population Male Female
Jaipur (Municipal Corporation) 3,073,350 1,619,280 1,454,070
Jodhpur (Municipal Corporation) 1,033,918 544,057 489,861
Kota (Municipal Corporation) 1,001,365 529,795 471,570

Large Urban Agglomeration of Rajasthan Population Male Female
Jodhpur 1,137,815 599,332 538,483

Largest District by Population in Rajasthan Population Male Female
Jaipur 6,626,178 3,468,507 3,157,671
Jodhpur 3,687,165 1,923,928 1,763,237
Alwar 3,674,179 1,939,026 1,735,153
Nagaur 3,307,743 1,696,325 1,611,418
Udaipur 3,068,420 1,566,801 1,501,619
Sikar 2,677,333 1,374,990 1,302,343
Barmer 2,603,751 1,369,022 1,234,729
Ajmer 2,583,052 1,324,085 1,258,967
Bharatpur 2,548,462 1,355,726 1,192,736
Bhilwara 2,408,523 1,220,736 1,187,787
Bikaner 2,363,937 1,240,801 1,123,136
Jhunjhunun 2,137,045 1,095,896 1,041,149
Churu 2,039,547 1,051,446 988,101
Pali 2,037,573 1,025,422 1,012,151
Ganganagar 1,969,168 1,043,340 925,828
Kota 1,951,014 1,021,161 929,853
Jalor 1,828,730 936,634 892,096
Banswara 1,797,485 907,754 889,731
Hanumangarh 1,774,692 931,184 843,508
Dausa 1,634,409 857,787 776,622
Chittaurgarh 1,544,338 783,171 761,167
Karauli 1,458,248 783,639 674,609
Tonk 1,421,326 728,136 693,190
Jhalawar 1,411,129 725,143 685,986
Dungarpur 1,388,552 696,532 692,020
Sawai Madhopur 1,335,551 704,031 631,520
Baran 1,222,755 633,945 588,810
Dhaulpur 1,206,516 653,647 552,869
Rajsamand 1,156,597 581,339 575,258
Bundi 1,110,906 577,160 533,746
Sirohi 1,036,346 534,231 502,115


Related Questions

Largest District (km²)
1 Jaisalmer 38401
2 Bikaner 30239
3 Barmer 28387
4 Jodhpur 22850
5 Nagaur 17718
Percentage of Child
1 Jaisalmer 19.47 %
2 Barmer 19.26 %
3 Banswara 18.10 %
4 Dhaulpur 18.04 %
5 Dungarpur 17.45 %
High Density
1 Jaipur 595
2 Bharatpur 503
3 Dausa 476
4 Alwar 438
5 Dhaulpur 398
Top Population Growth
1 Bikaner 41.19 %
2 Barmer 32.52 %
3 Jaisalmer 31.81 %
4 Jodhpur 27.74 %
5 Banswara 26.53 %
High Literacy
1 Kota 76.56 %
2 Jaipur 75.51 %
3 Jhunjhunun 74.13 %
4 Sikar 71.91 %
5 Alwar 70.72 %
High Sex Ratio
1 Dungarpur 994
2 Rajsamand 990
3 Pali 987
4 Pratapgarh 983
5 Banswara 980