Population of Surat




The census of 2001 estimated the Population of Surat to be more than 28 lakhs. The sex ratio of Surat as per the 2001 census, accounts for 835 females per thousand males. This was quite low in comparison to the sex ratio of the year 1991.

The drastic fall in the sex ratio of Surat in 2001 occurred mainly due to two reasons. The first one is related to the social preferences of the people of Surat who want male child instead of females. The other one speaks of the huge migration of workers from other places of India to Surat in search of jobs.

The population of Surat includes a range of communities that are living in the district from centuries. Although Gujarati community dominates major portions of Surat, yet people belonging to other groups like that of Marwaris, Punjabis, Hindi speaking population and many others are also found in the place.

Gujarai, English and Hindi are the three prime languages that are spoken by the population of Surat. Gujarai being the commonly used linguistic, the local people are also quite expert in speaking English and Hindi.

The religion variations of the population of Surat comprises of Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, among others. The population of Surat is a fine combination of such people who like to celebrate the local festivals of the place by gathering in specific spots. People of every caste and community are found enjoying the festive spirit of Surat during the special occasion.

There is no denying the fact that Population of Surat is an ideal symbol of unified strength in Gujarat.



Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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