Maharashtra Sex Ratio


Map of Maharashtra Sex Ratio

Map of Maharashtra Sex Ratio DADAR & NAGAR HAVELI DAMAN & DIU GUJARAT MADHYA PRADESH MADHYA PRADESH CHHATISGARH ANDHRA PRADESH KARANATAKA GOA
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*The Map showing sex ratio in Maharashtra as per 2011 census of India. Map highlights the females per thousand males.

Disclaimer: All efforts have been made to make this image accurate. However Compare Infobase Limited and its directors do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authencity of the same.

DistrictFemale per thousand male
Mumbai838
Mumbai (Suburban)857
Thane880
Pune910
Bid912
Aurangabad917
Osmanabad920
Jalgaon922
Latur924
Washim926
Buldana928
Jalna929
Nashik931
Solapur932
Ahmadnagar934
Hingoli935
Nanded937
Parbhani940
Dhule941
Akola942
Wardha946
Amravati947
Yavatmal947
Nagpur948
Kolhapur953
Raigarh955
Chandrapur959
Sangli964
Nandurbar972
Gadchiroli975
Bhandara984
Satara986
Gondiya996
Sindhudurg1037
Ratnagiri1123




Last Updated on : 7/06/2013



 

     


     

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