Demography of Imphal



A look at the demography of Imphal will render a better understanding of this capital city of Manipur. According to the 2001 India census, Imphal has a total population of 217,275. A unique feature of the population of Imphal is that both the male and female populace is equal, that is, 50%. About 10% of the total population in Imphal is under six years of age.

Imphal has an average literacy rate of 79%, which is higher than the national average of 59.5%. The male literacy rate is 84% while the female literacy rate is 74%. The languages spoken in Imphal are Manipuri, Hindi and English.

Ethnic Groups of Imphal



Situated in the eastern India, the capital of Manipur is a beautiful, small city surrounded by blue hills and green plains. The population of Imphal is a combination of different ethnic groups like Indo-Aryan and Dravidian. Out of the total number of people in Imphal, 72% is Indo-Aryan, 25% Dravidian and 3% consists of other groups.



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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