Which Indian state has the highest population density as per 2011 census?
West Bengal ranks as the state with the maximum density of population in India and its area is 88,752 sq km.
Which one of the following States has the highest density of population in India a West Bengal B Bihar?
Option A – As per Census 2011, Bihar is the state which has the highest density of population. It has a population density of 1102 persons per square kilometres.
Which state is highest density in India?
|State with Highest Population Density||West Bengal|
|State with Lowest Population Density||Arunachal Pradesh|
|UT with Highest Population Density||Delhi|
Which state has the highest density?
List of states and territories of the United States by population density
|State etc.||Population density|
|Rank (all)||per mi2|
|District of Columbia||1||11011|
What is the population density of India in 2001 census?
The population density of India in 2001 was 324 persons per square kilometre, which means that now 57 more people live in a square kilometer area in the country than the number that lived a decade ago.
Which city has highest population density in India?
Kolkata has the highest population density in India, with 22,000 people per square kilometer. It has a population of 4,631,400 and is known for its busy streets.
Which state has second highest density?
Map of Top 10 Population Density States and UTs
|3||Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu||2,867|
Which district of West Bengal has the highest population density in 2011 census?
West Bengal Population Facts
|Description||Districts||As per 2011 census|
|District with Lowest Sex Ratio||Kolkata||908|
|District with Highest Literacy Rate||Purba Medinipur||87.02%|
|District with Lowest Literacy Rate||Uttar Dinajpur||59.07%|
|District with Highest Population Density||Kolkata||24,252|