The data for 2020 and 2021 is still being compiled and will be updated in the coming weeks. The Muslim population in the Delhi-Delhi NCR is 21.59 lakhs (12.86 percent) of the overall population of 1.68 crores. The Christian population in the Delhi-Delhi NCR is 1.46 lakh (0.87 percent) of a total population of 1.68 crore. Other religions include Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, etc.
There are two main sects among Muslims: Sunnis and Shias. According to the 2011 census, the majority of Muslims in India are Sunnis. In 2015, the Sunni-Shia split resulted in several conflicts across Pakistan and Iraq. India has no role to play in these conflicts but it does involve itself when its interests are affected.
In 2016, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) terrorists attacked churches during Easter Sunday services in Sri Lanka, killing more than 250 people. India condemned this act of terror and offered assistance to Sri Lanka in its time of need.
India's first nuclear test blast was also carried out by India's Muslims - the Shia community. The device was tested in 1974 at Pokhran near Rajasthan state. This initiative by India's Shia community helped create awareness about the dangers of nuclear weapons and started a debate on global nuclear disarmament that continues today.
Islamic religion followers can be found in almost all parts of India except in some southern states where 95% of the population is made up of Hindus.
According to the 2021 plan, the CNCR outside of Delhi had a population of more than 2.8 million in 2001, while Delhi had a population of 13.8 million, for a total CNCR population of 16.6 million. The most current population estimates ranged from 25.7 to 26.5 million people in 2016. This makes the CNCR one of the most populous regions in India.
The CNCR has a very high population density: 830 per square kilometer (2011). By comparison, the United States has a lower population density of 74 per square kilometer.
The CNCR has the highest fertility rate in India at 3 children per woman. This is almost twice the national average of 1.8 children per woman. The CNCR also has a low mortality rate compared with other parts of India; life expectancy is 70 years for women and 66 years for men (both higher than the national average).
The majority of the population lives in rural areas; only 28% are urban dwellers.
There are many factors that make the CNCR a desirable place to live in. First of all, it has a moderate climate, with an average temperature of 15 degrees Celsius year round. There is no dry season or rainy season; any rain that does fall is usually not enough to cause problems for crops.
The population density of the National Capital Territory of Delhi went from 1,793 people per square kilometer in 1961 to 11,320 people per square kilometer in 2011, expanding at a 37.60 percent yearly rate. Our computerized data assistant wrote the description. The summary page displays information about Delhi and its surrounding areas.
Delhi has an estimated population of over 20 million people and is the largest metropolitan area in India. It is also one of the most polluted cities in the world.
The city was founded in 1266 by Mohammad Ghori who named it "Dilli". After falling under the rule of several other kingdoms and empires, it was annexed by the British in 1835 after they defeated the Indian army led by Maharaja Ranjit Singh at the Battle of Raniya. In 1911, it became the capital of the new nation of India.
Today, Delhi is the political center of the country as well as the home to many government offices and embassies. However, there are plans to move the federal government away from Delhi which will make way for more development projects such as housing estates and commercial centers.
In conclusion, Delhi has a population of over 20 million people and is the largest metropolitan area in India.
According to Business Standard News, India has a population of 1.21 billion people, with Hindus accounting for 79.8 percent of the total and Muslims accounting for 14.2 percent. The remaining 5.0 percent are divided among other religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Sikhism, Jainism, and Paravartanism.
Thus, the share of religion in India is 79.8 percent for Hindus and 14.2 percent for Muslims. Other estimates range from 90 percent for Hindus to 6.3 percent for Muslims.
These estimates are based on data from different sources. The data about Muslims comes from the 2001 census and the data about Hindus comes from the 2011 census. However, both these censuses were conducted under the authority of the Office of the Registrar General of India. Thus, the accuracy of these figures is likely to be reliable.
Why is this information useful? It gives us an overview of the religious makeup of India in terms of numbers. Also, it tells us how many people there are of different religions in India. Finally, it shows us what proportion of the population they make up. This last point is important because it can give us an idea about the degree of freedom individuals who follow these religions enjoy in India.