Population Of Indore | Indore Population 2019:- Indore is the most populated and the largest city in Madhya Pradesh. Indore is also considered as an education hub of Madhya Pradesh. Indore is the first city to have campuses of both the IIT and the IIM. Madhya Pradesh is 190 km west of the state capital of Bhopal. Indore had a population of 1,994,397 (According to 2011 census). Indore has a land area of just 530 square kilometres (200 sq mi). Indore comes under Tier 2 cities in India.
Indore and its surroundings came under Hindu Maratha Empire on 18 May 1724 after Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao I assumed the full control of Malwa.
Indore’s functions as the financial capital of Madhya Pradesh. Indore is home to the Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange, India’s 3rd-oldest stock exchange. Indore has been ranked as India’s cleanest city 3 years in a row as per the Swachh Survekshan for the years 2017, 2018 and 2019. Nashik Population
Population Of Indore
To know the actual population of Indore in 2019, We have to look at the population figures of the last 4/5 years. They are as follows:
- 2014 –2.9 Million
- 2015 –3.4 Million
- 2016 – 3.8 Million
- 2017 – 4.16 Million
- 2018 – 4.51 Million
- Indore Population 2019 –4.83 Million. (estimated).
After looking at the population figures of Indore from 2014-18, we can say that the population has increased by 1.612 Million in the past 5 years. Therefore, on average, the population increases each year by 0.3224 Million. In conclusion, the population of Indore in 2019 as per estimates 4.834 Million.
Indore Population 2019 –4.83 Million. (estimated).
Indore is the most populated city in Madhya Pradesh. It is also the largest metropolitan city in Central India. According to the 2011 census of India, the population of Indore is 1,994,397. In 2011, Indore had a population density of 25,170 people per square mile. As per 2011 census, Indore has an average literacy rate of 87.38%, higher than the national average of 74%. Male literacy was 91.84%, and female literacy was 82.55% In Indore. The average annual growth rate of Indore population is around 2.85% as per the statistics of census 2001.
Hindi is the official language of the Indore and Hindi is spoken by the majority of the population. Other languages with a substantial number of speakers include Marathi, Urdu, Sindhi, Gujarati and Punjabi.
According to 2012 figures, around 6,000 Pakistani Hindu migrants live in Indore (out of a total 10,000 in the state). Majority of them are Sindhi People.
According to the 2011 census, 80.18% of Indore’s total population is Hindu, while Muslims are 14.09%, Jains 3.25%. The remaining religions for Indore are Sikhs at 1.09%, Christians at 0.65%, and Buddhists at 0.51% of the population. There is a small number (0.21%) that claim no religious affiliation and the remaining 0.03% practice other religions.
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Population Density and Growth
The population density of Indore is about 3,800/km2 (9,700/sq mi). The population growth of Indore has been exceptional in the present years.
The unemployment rate of Indore is quite remarkable. The current unemployment rate for Indore is 12.4%. That is quite high even for India, but Indore has a history of the erratic unemployment rate. In contrast, the average unemployment rate in India is 5%.
Indore had a GDP of $14 billion as of 2k11. Indore also hosts a Global Investors’ Summit which attracts investors from several countries.
Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange originally set up in 1919 is the only exchange in Central India and the 3rd oldest stock exchange in India is located in Indore. Now the National Stock Exchange (NSE) has established an Investor Service Center in Indore.
Cotton textiles are Indore’s major product, but iron and steel, chemicals, and machinery are also manufactured there. The textile industry in Indore is in decline and is being replaced by a variety of new manufacturing industries. Still, it is one of the largest textile industry in India.
Apart from the textile industry, Indore has oil seed extraction industry, confectionery, paper and strawboard, RCC pipes and poles, machine tools and accessories, electrical machinery and appliances, electronics goods, bicycles and ready-made garments. Indore accounts for about one-third of the total ‘Namkeen’ production of India. Due to its trade and industry, people of Indore refer to Indore as Mini Bombay.
Indore’s CBD is the largest in MP and also has plenty of surrounding commercial areas which are considered part of Indore.
Indore is also an important financial centre in the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor. Indore also serves as the regional headquarters for numerous multinational corporations. Industries in Indore include automobile, software, retail, pharmaceutical, textile trading and real estate.