Demographics of Bharatpur



The demographics of Bharatpur illustrate all the salient features of the population of the city of Rajasthan. Apart from the population distribution, the demography also indicates the sex ratio, population density, urban and rural population and the literacy ratio that enlightens the interested readers about Bharatpur.

According to the 2001 Census Report, Bharatpur records a population of 2, 04,560. Thus men comprise of 54% of the populace while the women account for 46% of the populace. 15 % of the populace is below 6 years.

The average literacy rate of Bharatpur is quite commendable at 66%. This is considerably higher than the national literacy rate of 59.5 %. The males dominate the literacy figures at 75% while the female literacy stands at 56%.



Last Updated on 23/07/2012

     


     

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