The colorful state Rajasthan is the largest state of India that share its borders with Pakistan, Gujarat, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. It is the land of forts, monuments, havelis depicting the myriad hues were the witness of the influence of mighty Rajputs. Culturally rich and the most vibrant in traditions the land of Rajasthan is a home to several tribes like Minas, Bhils, sahariyas, Sidhis , Lohars and Damors among the host of others. The population of tribe in Rajasthan is nearly double of the National Average with Bhils and Meenas forming the largest groups of population. Population of Rajasthan mainly consists of 88.8% Hindus, 8.5 % Muslims 1.4% Sikhs and 1.2 % Jains.
Population statistics of Rajasthan are as given below:
Total Population: 6,86,21,012 m
Population Density: 165per sq km.
Sex Ratio: 926
Literacy Rate: 61%
Male Population: 35,620,086
Female Population: 33,000,926
Male Literacy Rate: 80.51
Female Literacy Rate: 52.66
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