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India Poverty Map 2009-10

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India Poverty Map 2009-10 MEGHALAYA Jammu and Kashmir Map Himachal Pradesh Map Punjab Map Delhi Map Haryana Map Uttrakhand/Uttaranchal Map Rajasthan Map Gujarat Map Madhya Pradesh Map Uttar Pradesh Map Chhattisgarh Map Orissa Map Goa Map Maharashtra Map Karnataka Map Andhra Pradesh Map Kerala Map Tamilnadu Map Bihar Map Jharkhand Map West Bengal Map Sikkim Map Arunachal Pradesh Map Assam Map Nagaland Map Manipur Map Mizoram Map Tripura Map
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*Map showing the highlights Indian states poverty percentage of 2009-10 as per census of India.

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2009-2010 Poverty Percentage State Wise
StatesRural Urban Combined
Andaman & Nicobar 0.40.30.4
Andhra Pradesh22.817.721.1
Arunachal Pradesh26.224.925.9
Assam39.926.137.9
Bihar55.339.453.5
Chandigarh10.39.29.2
Chhattisgarh56.123.848.7
Dadra and Nagar55.917.739.1
Daman and Diu34.23333.3
Delhi7.714.414.2
Goa11.56.98.7
Gujarat26.717.923
Haryana18.62320.1
Himachal Pradesh9.112.69.5
Jammu & Kashmir8.112.89.4
Jharkhand41.631.139.1
Karnataka26.119.623.6
Kerala1212.112
Lakshwadeep22.21.76.8
Madhya Pradesh4222.936.7
Maharashtra29.518.324.5
Manipur47.446.447.1
Meghalaya15.324.117.1
Mizoram31.111.521.1
Nagaland19.32520.9
Orissa39.225.937
Puducherry0.21.61.2
Punjab14.618.115.9
Rajasthan26.419.924.8
Sikkim15.5513.1
Tamil Nadu21.212.817.1
Tripura19.81017.4
Uttar Pradesh39.431.737.7
Uttarakhand14.925.218
West Bengal 28.82226.7
    
Total33.820.929.8



     


     

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