Capital: New Delhi
Almost forty percent of India’s 1.21 billion people live in urban centres, the four largest being Delhi (12 million), Mumbai (16 million), Kolkata (13.2 million), and Chennai (6.4 million).
Mumbai, New Mangalore, Kolkata, Kandia, Kochi, Chennai, Ennore, Haldia, Mormugao, Paradip, Tuticorin, Vishakapatnam
Area: 3.3 Million sq. km
Broadly, India’s climate can be classified as tropical monsoon. The country has four seasons; Summer (March-June), Monsoon (June-September), Post monsoon (October-November) and winter (December-February).
Population (Census 2011): 1210.19 Million
Males: 623.7 Million, Females: 586.5 Million
Density of Population (Census 2011): 382 Persons (Per Square Kilometre)
India has a young population with approximately 64% of its population in the age group of 15-64 years. Median age is around 25.3 years, which is lower than many countries in the world.
India is a secular country with no state religion. Major religions include Hinduism (82%), Islam (12-15%), Christianity (2.3%), Sikhism (1.9%), Buddhism (0.8%) and Jainism (0.4%)
Hindi (Official Language of the Union, English has by law been designated the language for official purpose and is widely used for Business
Number of Airports: 454