There are presently 35 states in India. The total population of the India is 1.21 Billion. As per State Census 2011, the most populated state in India is Uttar Pradesh , with a population of 199.81 Million whereas the least populated state in the country is Lakshadweep with a population of 64,473.

As per The 2011 census of Indian states, Kerala is the highest literate state with 94% of literacy rate whereas Bihar is the least literate state with a literacy rate of 62%.

The census 2011 of Indian state also shows that Kerala represents the highest sex ratio with 1084 females per 1000 males while Daman and Diu features the lowest sex ratio in India with just 618 women per 1000 males

There are presently 632 districts in India. As per Districts Census 2011, the most populated district in India is Delhi district, with a population of 16.79 Million whereas the least populated District in the country is Dibang Valley district with a population of 8,004.

As per The 2011 census of Indian districts, Serchhip District is the highest literate district with 98% of literacy rate whereas Alirajpur District is the least literate district with a literacy rate of 36%.

The census 2011 of Indian districts also shows that Mahe district represents the highest sex ratio with 1184 females per 1000 males while Daman district features the lowest sex ratio in India with just 534 women per 1000 males

There are presently 5,841 cities in India. As per Cities Census 2011, the most populated city in India is Delhi, DE, with a population of 16.79 Million whereas the least populated city in the country is Lingaraj, OR with a population of 189.

As per The 2011 census of Indian cities, East Lungdar, MZ is the highest literate city with 98% of literacy rate whereas Pumao, AR is the least literate city with a literacy rate of 15%.

The census 2011 of Indian cities also shows that Bhikiasain, UT represents the highest sex ratio with 1307 females per 1000 males while Kibithoo, AR features the lowest sex ratio in India with just 395 women per 1000 males.