Current Population of Rajasthan state is estimated to be 74,791,568 (7.4 crores). Get details on population growth, sex ratio and literacy rate in Rajasthan.
Rajasthan's Population 2016
|Current Population of Rajasthan in 2016||74,791,568|
|Population of Rajasthan in 2015||73,529,325|
|Population of Rajasthan in 2014||72,307,157|
|Population in 2013||71,041,283|
|Population of Rajasthan in 2012||69,831,012|
|Population of Rajasthan in 2011||68,621,012|
|Total Male Population||35,620,086 (2011)|
|Total Female Population||33,000,926 (2011)|
|Sex Ratio in Rajasthan||926 females per 1,000 males|
Population of Rajasthan - Rajasthan with a population of 74,791,568 people is ranked as 7th populous state of India. Nearly ninety percent of Rajasthan's population is Hindu with Muslims making up the largest minority with eight percent of the populations. Jains - the merchant and traders from Rajasthan constitute a significant presence. Schedule Castes (ST) and Schedule Tribes (ST) form about seventy percent and twelve percent of the state population respectively. The population of the tribes in Rajasthan is nearly a double of the national average, with original inhabitants Bhils and the Meenas forming the largest group. Lesser known tribes like Sahariyas, Damariyas, Garasias, Lohars still form an important groups.
The Bhils are largely concentrated in the area around Chittorgarh, Udaipur and Dungarpur in the south corner of the state constituting a formidable 39 percent of the state's tribal population. Regarded as warriors with fine inherent guerilla tactics, their archery skills find mention in the Hindu epics of Mahabharata and the Ramayana. With improved communication and rapid growth in the economy, the Bhil's of living is slowly changing from their original hunting and gathering existence to one near the mainstream.
After the Bhils the Meenas are the second largest tribal group and the most widely spread throughout eastern Rajasthan. Most Meenas are cultivators and worship Lord Shiva. Another nomadic community is Rabari or Raika, of which there are two groups - Camel breeders (Marus) and the sheep breeders (Chakias). The Gurjars in the eastern part of the Rajasthan including Jaipur, Alwar, Bharatpur and Kota region dominate.
There are various local dialects and region variations in Rajasthan and Marwari, the predominant language of Rajasthan. Hindi, the official language of Rajasthan is spoken by majority. English is widely spoken by people engaged in the hospitality industry and business.
Sex Ratio of Rajasthan
The sex ratio in Rajasthan is not a great indicator of its overall growth and development. Present sex ratio of 926 females for 1000 males is less as compared to other states in India like Kerala and Karnataka. According to latest figures, there are only 10 districts in Rajasthan where sex ratio exceeds 900. In fact Rajasthan's sex ratio has declined in the last two decades which causes a serious concern for Government and Agencies.
Literacy Rate in Rajasthan
The current literacy rate of state at 67.1% is less as compared to overall literacy rate of India which stands at 74%. Government has played a major role in bringing the Literacy rate of state up as it was pretty low in the last two decades.
Current Population of Rajasthan in 2016
The tourism rich state of Rajasthan is currently home to 74,791,568 people.
Population of Rajasthan in 2015 was 73,529,325
Population of Rajasthan in 2014 was 72,307,157
Population of Rajasthan in 2013 was 71,041,283
Population of Rajasthan in 2012 was 69,831,012
Population of Rajasthan in 2011 was 68,621,012
Current Population of Rajasthan
|Present Population of Rajasthan||74,791,568|
|According to 2011 Population Census:|
|Population of Rajasthan was||68,621,012|
|Population Density of Rajasthan||165 /km2|
|Sex Ratio in Rajasthan||920|
|Population of Rajasthan consists
Hindus - 88.8%, Muslims - 8.5%, Sikhs - 1.4% Jains - 1.2%
Population of Rajasthan 2011
|Distribution of Population, Decadal Growth Rate, Sex-Ratio and Density of population 2011|
|State/ District||Population in 2011||Percentage Decadal Growth Rate of Population||Sex Ratio (No. of Females per 1000 Males)||Population density per Sq. Km|