List of cities in Madhya Pradesh by population

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This is a list of urban agglomerations and cities (those not included in the Urban Agglomerations), with a population above 100,000 as per 2011 census in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh:[1]

Rank Name District Type* Population 2011 Male Female Population
below 5 yrs
Literacy Rate
1 Indore Indore district UA 2,167,447 1,129,348 1,038,099 254,108 86.73
2 Bhopal Bhopal district UA 1,883,381 985,408 897,973 217,415 85.29
3 Jabalpur Jabalpur district UA 1,267,564 663,096 604,468 128,679 89.13
4 Gwalior Gwalior district UA 1,101,981 588,752 513,229 120,347 85.10
5 Ujjain Ujjain district City 515,215 265,291 249,924 57,630 85.55
6 Sagar Sagar district UA 370,296 194,659 175,637 43,835 89.98
7 Dewas Dewas district City 289,438 150,193 139,245 34,435 85.83
8 Satna Satna district UA 283,004 149,460 133,544 34,435 86.33
9 Ratlam Ratlam district UA 273,892 139,766 134,126 29,397 87.89
10 Rewa Rewa District City 235,422 124,634 110,788 24,234 87.74
11 Murwara (Katni) Katni district City 221,875 115,463 106,412 25,168 87.42
12 Singrauli Singrauli district City 220,295 117,276 103,019 29,569 77.35
13 Burhanpur Burhanpur district City 210,891 108,234 102,657 28,107 81.70
14 Khandwa Khandwa district City 200,681 102,873 97,802 24,079 86.98
15 Morena Morena district City 200,506 108,405 92,101 26,454 80.38
16 Bhind Bhind district City 197,332 105,394 91,938 24,486 84.20
17 Chhindwara Chhindwara district UA 190,008 97,040 92,968 19,227 89.25
18 Guna Guna district City 180,978 94,645 86,333 23,757 81.71
19 Shivpuri Shivpuri district City 179,972 95,227 84,745 22,683 79.24
20 Vidisha Vidisha district City 155,959 81,424 74,535 19,360 86.88
21 Chhatarpur Chhatarpur district UA 147,688 78,070 69,618 18,312 78.46
22 Damoh Damoh district UA 147,515 76,951 70,564 17,519 86.94
23 Mandsaur Mandsaur district City 141,468 72,370 69,098 15,721 86.79
24 Khargone Khargone district UA 133,361 68,672 64,689 16,662 83.01
25 Neemuch Neemuch district UA 128,575 67,566 61,009 15,008 85.88
26 Pithampur Dhar district City 126,099 70,577 55,522 20,438 82.73
27 Hoshangabad Hoshangabad district City 117,956 61,610 56,346 13,012 87.97
28 Itarsi Hoshangabad district UA 114,430 59,382 55,058 11,832 90.30
29 Sehore Sehore district UA 109,025 56,397 52,628 12,869 85.48
30 Betul Betul district City 103,341 52,902 50,439 11,005 90.27
31 Seoni Seoni district City 102,377 52,354 50,023 10,413 91.16
32 Datia Datia district City 100,466 52,931 47,535 12,218 80.54
33 Nagda Ujjain district City 100,036 51,410 48,626 11,053 81.61
* UA=Urban Agglomeration

Urban Agglomeration[edit]

In the census of India 2011, an Urban Agglomeration has been defined as follows: [2]

“An urban agglomeration is a continuous urban spread constituting a town and its adjoining outgrowths (OGs), or two or more physically contiguous towns together with or without outgrowths of such towns. An Urban Agglomeration must consist of at least a statutory town and its total population (i.e. all the constituents put together) should not be less than 20,000 as per the 2001 Census. In varying local conditions, there were similar other combinations which have been treated as urban agglomerations satisfying the basic condition of contiguity.”

Constituents of Urban Agglomerations in Madhya Pradesh[edit]

The constituents of Urban Agglomerations in Madhya Pradesh, with a population of 1 lakh or above, are noted below:[3]

  • Indore Urban Agglomeration includes Indore (M Corp.), Bhangarh (OG), Tigaria Badshah (OG), Nipanya (OG), Talawali Chanda (OG), Kanadia (OG), Tigaria Rao (OG), Bhicholi Mardana (OG), Palda (CT), Bank (CT), Hukmakhedi (CT), Bangarda Chhota (CT), Ahirkhedi (CT), Piplya Kumar (CT), Bangarda Bada (CT), Limbodi (CT), Lasudiya Mori (CT) and Bhicholi Hapsi (CT)
  • Bhopal Urban Agglomeration includes Bhopal (M Corp.) and Kolar (M)
  • Jabalpur Urban Agglomeration includes Jabalpur (M Corp.), Regwa (OG), Khairi (OG), Rachai (OG), Lamti (OG). Tilhari (OG), Kugawan (OG), Andhuwa (OG), Chhiwlaha (OG), Bhatauli (OG), Jabalpur Cantt (CB), OF Khamaria (CT), GCF Jabalpur (CT), Bilpura (CT), Vehicle Fac Area Jabalpur (CT), Suhagi (CT), Manegoan (CT), Pipariya (CT), Karmeta (CT), Amkhera (CT), Maharajpur (CT) and Madai (CT).
  • Gwalior Urban Agglomeration includes Gwalior (M Corp.) and Morar Cantt (CB).
  • Sagar Urban Agglomeraton includes Sagar (M Corp.+OG), Sagar (M Corp.), Gaur Nagar (OG), Sagar Cantt (CB), Rajakhedi (CT), Makronia Buzurg (CT), Bhainsa (CT), Kapuria (CT)
  • Satna Urban Agglomeration includes Satna (M Corp.) and Satna Rly Colony (OG).
  • Ratlam Urban Agglomeration includes Ratlam (M Corp.) and Ratlam Rly. Colony (Ratlam Kasba) (CT).
  • Chhindwara Urban Agglomeration includes Chhindwara (M), Khajari (OG), Khapabhat (OG), Kukadajagat (OG), Chandangaon (OG), Seoni Pranmoti (OG), Emaliya Bohata (OG) and Lonia Karbal (CT).
  • Chhatarpur Urban Agglomeration includes Chhatarpur (M), Soura (part) (OG), Bagota (part) (OG), Moraha (part) (OG) and Amanganj (CT).
  • Damoh Urban Agglomeration includes Damoh (M), Imlai (OG), Singpur Damoh (OG), Chopra Ryt (OG), Chopra Khurd (OG), Dharampura (OG) and Hirdepur (CT).
  • Khargone Urban Agglomeration includes Khargone (M), Sukhpuri (OG), Dhamkheda (OG), Rahimpura (OG), Aarampura (OG), Dabariya (OG), Kajalpur (OG), Khedi Buzurg (OG), Sangvi (CT) and Jaitpur (CT).
  • Neemuch Urban Agglomeration includes Neemuch (M) and Rly Colony (Kumariya) (OG).
  • Itarsi Urban Agglomeration includes Itarsi (M), Pathrauta (part) (OG), Bhilakhedi (CT) and Meharagaon (CT).
  • Sehore Urban Agglomeration includes Sehore (M) and Sherpur (Vaisali Nagar) (part) (OG).
Abbreviations: M Corp. = Municipal corporation, M= Municipality, CT = Census town, OG= Out Growth, CB = Cantonment Board

Urban Agglomeration constituents[edit]

Urban Agglomerations constituents with a population above 100,000 as per 2011 census are shown in the table below.[4]

Urban Agglomeration Name of Constituent District Type Population 2011 Male Female Population
below 5 yrs
Literacy Rate
Indore Indore Indore district M Corp. 1,960,631 1,020,883 939,748 225,111 87.38
Bhopal Bhopal Bhopal district M Corp. 1,795,648 939,560 856,088 206,967 85.24
Jabalpur Jabalpur Jabalpur district M Corp. 1,054,336 546,561 507,775 107,882 88.90
Gwalior Gwalior Gwalior district M Corp. 1,053,505 560,880 492,618 114,190 85.20
Sagar Sagar Sagar district M Corp. 273,357 142,655 130,702 32,171 90.23
Satna Satna Satna district M Corp. 280,248 147,924 132,324 31,822 86.33
Ratlam Ratlam Ratlam district M Corp. 264,810 135,007 129,803 28,413 87.88
Chhindwara Chhindwara Chhindwara district M 138,266 70,444 67,822 13,745 90.37
Chhatarpur Chhatarpur Chhatarpur district M 133,626 70,586 63,040 16,381 84.57
Damoh Damoh Damoh district M 124,979 65,133 59,846 14,712 87.10
Khargone Khargone Khargone district M 106,452 54,684 61,768 13,378 82.96
Neemuch Neemuch Neemuch district M 128,108 67,322 60,786 14,950 85.86
Sehore Sehore Sehore district M 108,818 56,284 52,534 12,859 85.52

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Urban Agglomerations/Cities having population 1 lakh and above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  2. ^ "Urban Agglomerations and Cities". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  3. ^ "Constituents of urban Agglomerations Having Population 1 Lakh & above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  4. ^ "Cities having population 1 lakh and above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16.