List of Indian states and union territories by GDP per capita

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Indian states and union territories by GRDP (nominal) per capita according to latest data

This is a list of Indian states and union territories by GRDP per capita. Gross regional domestic product (GRDP) is the state counterpart to a country's gross domestic product (GDP), the most comprehensive measure of national economic activity. The following table gives the latest available nominal GRDP per capita figures for the States and Union Territories of India at current prices in Indian rupees. No data is available for the union territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu and Lakshadweep.

Rank State/Union territory GRDP per capita
(nominal)
Data year Per capita PPP 1

(2017 INT$)[1]

Comparable country
(PPP)
1 Goa 375,554 (US$5,200) 2016–17[2][3] INT$21,140  Bulgaria
2 Delhi 329,093 (US$4,600) 2017–18[4] INT$18,520  China
3 Sikkim 297,765 (US$4,100) 2017–18[2] INT$16,760  China
4 Chandigarh 242,386 (US$3,400) 2015–16[3] INT$13,640  South Africa
5 Puducherry 198,156 (US$2,800) 2017–18[2] INT$11,150  Ecuador
6 Haryana 196,982 (US$2,700) 2017–18[5] INT$11,090  Ecuador
7 Telangana 181,034 (US$2,500) 2017–18[2] INT$10,200  Georgia
8 Maharashtra 180,596 (US$2,500) 2017–18[6] INT$10,170  Georgia
9 Uttarakhand 177,356 (US$2,500) 2017–18[2] INT$10,000  Georgia
10 Karnataka 174,551 (US$2,400) 2017–18[2] INT$9,830  Georgia
11 Tamil Nadu 166,934 (US$2,300) 2017–18[2] INT$9,400  Paraguay
12 Kerala 163,475 (US$2,300) 2016–17[2] INT$9,200  Jamaica
13 Himachal Pradesh 160,719 (US$2,200) 2017–18[2] INT$9,050  Jamaica
14 Gujarat 156,527 (US$2,200) 2016–17[7] INT$8,820  Armenia
15 Punjab 142,958 (US$2,000) 2017–18[7] INT$8,050  Philippines
16 Andhra Pradesh 142,054 (US$2,000) 2017–18[8] INT$8,000  Philippines
17 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 136,823 (US$1,900) 2016–17[2] INT$7,700  Guatemala
18 Mizoram 128,998 (US$1,800) 2016-17[2] INT$7,260  Laos
19 Arunachal Pradesh 119,481 (US$1,700) 2016–17[2] INT$6,730  Angola
20 West Bengal 108,372 (US$1,500) 2017–18[2] INT$6,100  Myanmar
21 Rajasthan 100,551 (US$1,400) 2017–18[2] INT$5,660  Moldova
22 Chhattisgarh 92,035 (US$1,300) 2017–18[2] INT$5,180  Honduras
23 Nagaland 90,168 (US$1,300) 2016–17[2] INT$5,080  Timor-Leste
24 Jammu and Kashmir 86,108 (US$1,200) 2017–18[9] INT$4,850  Timor-Leste
25 Odisha 80,991 (US$1,100) 2016–17[2] INT$5,560  Honduras
26 Tripura 80,027 (US$1,100) 2015–16[2] INT$4,500  Bangladesh
27 Madhya Pradesh 74,590 (US$1,000) 2016–17[2] INT$4,214  Cambodia
28 Meghalaya 73,291 (US$1,000) 2016–17[2] INT$4,130  Cambodia
29 Assam 67,303 (US$940) 2016–17[2] INT$3,790  Tuvalu
30 Jharkhand 62,816 (US$870) 2015–16[3] INT$3,540  Djibouti
31 Manipur 58,501 (US$810) 2016–17[2] INT$3,300  Cameroon
32 Uttar Pradesh 55,339 (US$770) 2017–18[2] INT$3,120  Tajikistan
33 Bihar 38,546 (US$540) 2016–17[10] INT$2,170  Mali
India 126,349 (US$1,800) 2017–18[11] INT$7,174  Laos
Notes
  • ^1 GDP PPP per capita is calcuated from Implied PPP conversion rate from IMF

References[edit]

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