Top 10 Rice Producing States of India


Map of Top 10 Rice Producing States of India

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Top 10 Rice Producing States : 2014-2015

S.No.State/ UTRiceAreaAverage Yield
   (Th. tonnes)  
1West Bengal1471153862731.38
2Uttar Pradesh122212622082.36
3Andhra Pradesh+ Telangana1156538093036.35
4Punjab1110728943837.94
5Orissa82864166.281988.84
6Bihar637732681951.40
7Chhattisgarh60213808.51581.00
8Tamilnadu58391829.983190.75
9Assam486322782134.77
10Haryana400612873112.67


Sources:http://www.mospi.gov.in/statistical-year-book-india/2016/177

Rice Production

State/ UT(2014-15)2013-14)(2012-13)(2011-12)
Andhra Pradesh+ Telangana11565.44812724.711151012895
Assam48634927.125128.514516
Bihar6377.1765505.857529.37163
Chhattisgarh6021.23856716.406608.836028
Gujarat16371636.0015411790
Haryana40063998.0039763759
Himachal Pradesh119.171120.83125.28132
Jammu & Kashmir454.8610.85818.05545
Jharkhand3319.711782810.643164.923131
Karnataka3663.653572.5633643955
Kerala 558.345509.20508.3569
Madhya Pradesh3625.332844.822774.952227
Maharashtra29263120.0030572841
Orissa8286.07257613.417295.455807
Punjab1110711267.001137410542
Rajasthan366.676312.56222.51253
Tamilnadu58395349.764049.97459
Uttar Pradesh12221.3614636.001441614022
Uttarakhand606578.58579.83594
West Bengal14711.23615370.7315023.6814606


Last Updated on: October 7, 2019



 




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