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    • Population Pattern Of mumbai
    • Presented By: • Drishya • Fatema F • Fathema A • Ruhi • Feba • Gopika
    • INTRODUCTION • Mumbai’s growth since the 1940s has been steady if not phenomenal. At the turn of the 20th century its population was some 850,000; by 1950 it had more than doubled; and over the next 50 years it increased nearly 10-fold to exceed 16 million. • The city’s birth rate is much lower than that of the country as a whole because of family-planning programs. • The high overall growth rate is largely attributable to the influx of people in search of employment.
    • • Because of the limited physical expanse of the city, the growth in Mumbai’s population has been accompanied by an astounding increase in population density. • By the start of the 21st century the city had reached an average of some 68,500 persons per square mile (26,500 per square km). • Settlement is especially dense in much of the city’s older section; the wealthy areas near Back Bay are less heavily populated.
    • • The city is truly cosmopolitan, and representatives of almost every religion and region of the world can be found there. • Almost half the population is Hindu. Significant religious minorities include Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Zoroastrians, and Jews. • Almost every Indian language and many foreign languages are spoken in Mumbai. • Marathi, the state language, is the dominant Indian language, followed by Gujarati, Hindi, and Bengali (Bangla). Other languages include Pashto, Arabic, Chinese, English, and Urdu.
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    • Current Population Current Population of Mumbai in 2012 is 13,000,000* Current Population of Mumbai Current Population of Mumbai is estimated to be around 20.5 million. It is estimated that in the next 20 years, the population of Mumbai will grow 10 times than its figure in 1950. Population composition in Mumbai Hinduism continued to be the largest religion in Mumbai with 67.30% Hindu population. Muslims with 18.56% population forms the second largest religious community in the city. The religions of Buddhists (5.22%), Jains (3.99%), Christians (4.2%) and Sikhs (0.58%) have also significance presence in Mumbai. Parsis and Jews making up for the rest of the population.
    • Mumbai Population Growth • Mumbai - one of the India's leading cosmopolitan city is home to more than 13000000 people. There has been significant rise in population of Mumbai in the last 20 years. There are several factors which contribute to the population growth like migration of population and health measures taken by the government. Awareness of population programs especially in the slum and remote areas can help check the rising population. Check out Population of Mumbai in the last 50 years.