TFR stands for “Total Fertility Rate”, and in India, it is 2.2 which means that on average each woman gives birth to 2 children in the country. According to the United Nations survey, in India population is increasing at very rapid speed and has touched the mark of 1,377,826,168 peoples in a country which makes India the second-largest country in the world for the population. Geographically, India is among the top five largest countries. The land is blessed with Ocean, Mountains, Deserts, dense Forests, upper and lower plateaus, deep caves of coal, beautiful beaches, and a lot of ancient architectures. The total land that India covers is 2,973,190 square kilometers.
India became an independent country in 1947 after a lot of struggle and freedom fight, the country has 28 states:
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All overall India population is living under low literacy rate and hunger, instead of the fact that very rich, billionaires, and business tycoons belong to the same country daily lots of people died due to lack of needed nutrients in their bodies. All alone just the India population is making 17.7% of the world’s total population and its growing in every hour. The country is badly needed a good leader who can bring sustainability in economical aspects and be able to provide justice to the residents (minorities, lower caste Hindus, and immigrants). When Pakistan break apart and Bangladesh came into existence in 1971, thousands of Muslims migrated towards India, and at that time acted government welcomed all those communities but today Indian government has declared them non-citizens or migrants.
A large number of persons or India population are still living in rural areas and only 35% has settled in urban life, while rural life worsts too if we consider it concerning education. People have no basic medical facilities, no awareness, poor school and college system, huge extremism, and a shortage of good teachers. If the government does not provide the needed awareness then India would become the most populous state in the World which would make it very difficult for the authorities to manage country resources and save the people from hunger. It is an expectation that in 2025, India’s population would increase with an addition of 230 million more humans that can make the India poorest country because when population exceeds the limit, joblessness becomes a trend. Apart from this read our article about Pakistan History.
After education the main problem of the majority of the Indian population is that they are quite intolerant when listening to the opposition’s point of view, well I mentioned the majority. There are several people too who are excellent in their skills and no doubt India has produced extraordinary type legends for the world in every field of life.
IT IS INTERESTING TO KNOW ABOUT POPULATION OF DELHI
Delhi is the central (capital) state of India and around 16,787,941 individual lives in this city, out of which 52% are females and 48% are males. According to a new census report, 70% are the houses that are owned and 30% rented. The population of Delhi is quite decent and modern comparatively other parts of a country, they have best and cheap internet options, banking facilities, newly equipped hospitals, modern ways of school education, and much more.
Delhi is considered as Financial Corporation and Administrative hub for the country, in the last 10 years the overall population has increased 21.2% and from the estimated calculation the same number they could achieve in just the next 6 years. The literacy rate is found excellent at 86% when 90% of the males and 80% of females belong to this city are commonly educated.
THE POPULATION OF KERALA IS FAMOUS FOR A FEW THINGS
Kerala is the state occupying a total land area of 38,863 square kilometers, keeping a total people count of 33,406,374 out of which the majority is female and males are in minorities same as we learned in Delhi. But the most famous thing about the population of Kerala is that they are the highly educated peoples in the whole of India. The literacy rate touches the mark of 94% which means that it is hard to find any illiterate person there in Kerala, they are sophisticated communities.
In 2001 population growth rate was 9.8% in Kerala but due to awareness campaigns and other social activities, they have taught their natives to use protection while having love with their partners to avoid over the population within the parameters. They elect their leaders through a voting system. The population of Kerala makes almost 3% of the total India population.