Top Ten States of India with Highest GDP Shares


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Year-wise List of Top Ten States with GDP Shares (in Rs Crore)
State/UT1999-20002001-20022003-20042005-20062007-20082009-20102010-2011
Maharashtra2,47,8302,73,1883,40,6004,83,2226,79,0049,01,33010,29,621
Uttar Pradesh1,75,1591,90,2692,26,9722,91,9363,79,9175,19,8995,95,055
Andhra Pradesh 1,28,7971,56,7111,90,0172,55,9413,64,8134,75,2675,88,963
Tamil Nadu1,34,1851,48,8611,75,3712,57,7303,50,7854,64,0095,47,267
Gujarat 1,09,8611,23,5731,68,0802,44,7363,29,2854,29,3565,13,173
West Bengal 1,35,3761,57,1441,89,2592,30,6392,98,5664,00,5614,73,890
Karnataka 1,01,2471,12,8471,30,9901,95,7502,70,8433,35,7474,05,123
Rajasthan82720917711,11,6061,42,2361,94,8222,55,4403,23,682
Kerala6916877924966981,36,8421,75,1412,30,3162,76,997
Delhi 5522065027794681,15,3741,57,9472,17,8512,64,496




Last Updated on: September 30, 2019

 

     


     

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