List of Indian states and union territories by GDP

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This article is about GDP. For GDP per capita, see List of Indian states and union territories by GDP per capita.

This is a list of Indian States and union territories by their nominal gross state domestic product (GSDP). GSDP is the sum of all value added by industries within each state or union territory and serves as a counterpart to the national gross domestic product (GDP).[1]

Maharashtra has the highest GSDP of about $250 billion (2014), followed by Tamil Nadu (US$150 billion), while Lakshadweep has the lowest GSDP of $60 million.

In India, the Government accounts for around 20% of the GDP, Agriculture accounts for 20%, the corporate sector accounts for 12% and the balance 48% of the GDP is sourced from small proprietorship and partnership companies, the so called unorganized sector and households.[2]

GDP of Indian States in 2013 - 14
  over 12 lakh crore (US$180 billion)
  8 lakh crore (US$120 billion) to 12 lakh crore (US$180 billion)
  6 lakh crore (US$89 billion) to 8 lakh crore (US$120 billion)
  4 lakh crore (US$59 billion) to 6 lakh crore (US$89 billion)
  3 lakh crore (US$45 billion) to 4 lakh crore (US$59 billion)
  2 lakh crore (US$30 billion) to 3 lakh crore (US$45 billion)
  1 lakh crore (US$15 billion) to 2 lakh crore (US$30 billion)
  0.5 lakh crore (US$7.4 billion) to 1 lakh crore (US$15 billion)
  0.25 lakh crore (US$3.7 billion) to 0.50 lakh crore (US$7.4 billion)
  less than 0.25 lakh crore (US$3.7 billion)

GSDP (nominal) in 2014-15[edit]

The following list gives the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of all the Indian States and Union Territories at current prices in crores of rupees in 2014-15.[3]

Rank State/UT GSDP
India 12,541,000 crore (US$1.9 trillion)
1 Maharashtra 1,680,000 crore (US$250 billion)
2 Tamil Nadu 976,000 crore (US$150 billion)
3 Uttar Pradesh 976,000 crore (US$150 billion)
4 Gujarat 876,000 crore (US$130 billion)
5 West Bengal 800,000 crore (US$120 billion)
6 Karnataka 702,000 crore (US$100 billion)
7 Rajasthan 570,000 crore (US$85 billion)
8 Andhra Pradesh 520,000 crore (US$77 billion)
9 Madhya Pradesh 508,000 crore (US$75 billion)
10 Delhi 451,000 crore (US$67 billion)
11 Telangana 430,000 crore (US$64 billion)
12 Bihar 402,000 crore (US$60 billion)
13 Kerala 396,000 crore (US$59 billion)
14 Haryana 389,000 crore (US$58 billion)
15 Punjab 317,000 crore (US$47 billion)
16 Odisha 272,000 crore (US$40 billion)
17 Chhattisgarh 185,000 crore (US$27 billion)
18 Jharkhand 173,000 crore (US$26 billion)
19 Assam 159,000 crore (US$24 billion)
20 Uttarakhand 123,000 crore (US$18 billion)
21 Jammu & Kashmir 87,000 crore (US$13 billion)
22 Himachal Pradesh 83,000 crore (US$12 billion)
23 Goa 49,000 crore (US$7.3 billion)
24 Chandigarh 29,000 crore (US$4.3 billion)
25 Tripura 27,000 crore (US$4.0 billion)
26 Meghalaya 22,000 crore (US$3.3 billion)
27 Puducherry 21,000 crore (US$3.1 billion)
28 Nagaland 18,000 crore (US$2.7 billion)
29 Manipur 14,000 crore (US$2.1 billion)
30 Arunachal Pradesh 14,000 crore (US$2.1 billion)
31 Sikkim 12,000 crore (US$1.8 billion)
32 Mizoram 10,000 crore (US$1.5 billion)
33 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 6,200 crore (US$920 million)
34 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 2,440 crore (US$360 million)
35 Daman and Diu 1,059 crore (US$160 million)
36 Lakshadweep 407 crore (US$60 million)

All values are approximate for all States and UTs.

Nominal GSDP from 2001–02 to 2014–15[edit]

The following table shows the annual growth in nominal GSDP for the financial years 2001–2 to 2013-14, released by Planning Commission of India, in local currency.[1] Figures for 2014-15 are from the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation.[4] Revised data for the past years differ from the tables below. Due to the slide in INR/USD exchange rates from 2011-2013, GDSP has grown in local currency terms but often roughly flat in USD terms. INR rates have varied over the years. Figures are in crores (units of 10 million) of rupees at current prices.[1]

State/union territory 2001–02
in Crore
2002–03
in Crore
2003–04
in Crore
2004–05
in Crore
2005–06
in Crore
2006–07
in Crore
2007–08
in Crore
2008–09
in Crore
2009–10
in Crore
2010–11
in Crore
2011–12
in Crore
2012–13
in Crore
2013–14
in Crore
2014–15
in Crore
 India 2,097,726 2,261,415 2,538,170 2,971,464 3,390,503 3,953,276 4,582,086 5,303,567 6,108,903 7,248,860 8,391,691 9,388,876 10,472,807
Andhra Pradesh 156,711 167,096 190,017 224,713 255,941 301,035 364,813 426,765 476,835 583,762 662,592 754,409 857,364 520,030
Arunachal Pradesh 2,104 2,071 2,368 3,488 3,755 4,108 4,810 5,687 7,474 9,013 10,619 12,091 13,382 15,588
Assam 38,313 43,407 47,305 53,398 59,385 64,692 71,076 81,074 95,975 112,688 125,820 141,621 162,652 183,798
Bihar 57,657 64,965 66,174 77,781 82,490 100,737 113,680 142,279 162,923 204,289 247,318 313,995 368,337 402,283
Chhattisgarh 29,539 32,493 38,802 47,862 53,381 66,875 80,255 96,972 99,364 119,420 132,872 153,621 175,961 210,192
Goa 7,097 8,100 9,301 12,713 14,327 16,523 19,565 25,414 29,126 33,605 36,025 34,965 48,897
Gujarat 123,573 141,534 168,080 203,373 244,736 283,693 329,285 367,912 431,262 521,519 594,563 670,016 765,638 876,548
Haryana 65,505 72,528 82,862 95,795 108,885 128,732 151,596 182,522 223,600 260,621 301,959 345,238 392,894 435,310
Himachal Pradesh 17,148 18,905 20,721 24,077 27,127 30,274 33,963 41,483 48,189 57,452 64,957 73,710 82,585
Jammu & Kashmir 18,039 20,326 22,194 27,305 29,920 33,230 37,099 42,315 48,385 58,073 65,759 75,574 87,319 87,921
Jharkhand 35,069 37,967 42,449 59,758 60,901 66,935 83,950 87,794 100,621 127,281 143,891 164,876 189,208 198,514
Karnataka 112,847 120,889 130,990 166,747 195,904 227,237 270,629 310,312 337,559 410,703 455,212 522,673 614,607 702,131
Kerala 77,924 86,895 96,698 119,264 136,842 153,758 175,141 202,783 231,999 263,773 307,906 349,338 396,282
Madhya Pradesh 86,745 86,832 102,839 112,927 124,276 144,577 161,479 197,276 227,984 263,396 311,670 372,171 450,900 508,006
Maharashtra 273,188 299,479 340,600 415,480 486,766 584,498 684,817 753,969 855,751 1,035,086 1,199,548 1,372,644 1,476,233 1,686,695
Manipur 3,369 3,506 3,979 5,133 5,718 6,137 6,783 7,399 8,254 9,137 10,504 11,983 14,324
Meghalaya 4,478 4,763 5,280 6,559 7,265 8,625 9,735 11,617 12,709 14,583 16,412 18,135 20,808 25,333
Mizoram 1,947 2,166 2,325 2,682 2,971 3,290 3,816 4,577 5,260 6,388 7,198 8,053 10,297
Nagaland 3,972 4,467 4,812 5,839 6,588 7,257 8,075 9,436 10,527 11,759 13,203 14,832 17,749 20,099
Odisha 46,756 49,713 61,008 77,729 85,096 101,839 129,274 148,491 162,946 197,530 214,583 255,459 288,414 310,810
Punjab 79,611 82,249 90,089 96,839 108,637 127,123 152,245 174,039 197,500 226,204 256,430 286,809 319,117 349,826
Rajasthan 91,771 88,550 111,606 127,746 142,236 171,043 194,822 230,949 265,825 338,348 403,422 459,215 513,688 574,549
Sikkim 1,136 1,276 1,430 1,739 1,993 2,161 2,506 3,229 6,133 7,412 8,616 9,957 12,377
Tamil Nadu 148,861 158,155 175,371 219,003 257,833 310,526 350,819 401,336 479,733 584,896 665,312 744,474 850,319 976,703
Telangana - - - - - - - - - - - - - 430,599
Tripura 6,370 6,733 7,551 8,904 9,826 10,914 11,797 13,573 15,403 17,868 20,982 23,855 26,810
Uttar Pradesh 190,269 206,855 226,972 260,841 293,172 336,317 383,026 444,685 523,394 600,164 679,007 768,930 886,410 976,297
Uttarakhand 15,144 18,473 20,439 24,786 29,968 36,795 45,856 56,025 70,730 83,969 97,696 113,958 132,969 138,723
West Bengal 157,144 168,000 189,259 208,656 230,245 261,682 299,483 341,942 398,880 460,959 538,209 620,160 707,848 800,868
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 1,082 1,228 1,392 1,813 2,044 2,538 2,990 3,480 4,120 4,345 4,746 5,067 5,351
Chandigarh 5,490 6,453 7,419 8,504 10,185 12,276 13,669 15,334 17,717 20,017 23,211 26,162 29,076
Delhi 65,027 71,361 79,468 100,325 115,374 135,584 157,947 189,553 219,753 252,753 296,957 348,221 404,576 451,154
Puducherry 4,259 4,931 5,438 5,754 7,977 8,335 9,251 10,050 12,304 13,092 14,630 17,192 21,500 25,819
Lakshadweep - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dadra and Nagar Haveli - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Daman and Diu - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Nominal GSDP growth rate[edit]

This table shows annual growth in each state's nominal GSDP growth in percentage.[1]

State/union territory 2010–11 % Growth 2011–12 % Growth 2012–13 % Growth 2013–14 % Growth
 India 18.66 15.77 11.88 11.54
Andhra Pradesh 17.03 13.25 13.20 13.20
Arunachal Pradesh 20.59 17.82 13.86 10.68
Assam 17.41 11.65 12.56 14.85
Bihar 25.39 21.06 26.96 25
Chhattisgarh 20.18 11.26 15.62 14.54
Goa 15.38 7.20 -2.94 39.84
Gujarat 20.93 14.01 14.70 15.50
Haryana 16.56 15.86 14.33 13.80
Himachal Pradesh 19.22 13.06 13.48 12.04
Jammu & Kashmir 20.02 13.24 14.93 15.54
Jharkhand 26.50 13.05 14.58 14.76
Karnataka 21.7 10.8 14.8 17.6
Kerala 13.70 16.73 13.46 13.14
Madhya Pradesh 15.53 18.33 19.41 21.15
Maharashtra 20.96 15.89 14.43 7.55
Manipur 10.70 14.96 14.08 19.53
Meghalaya 14.75 12.54 10.50 14.74
Mizoram 21.44 12.68 11.88 27.86
Nagaland 11.70 12.28 12.34 13.24
Odisha 21.22 8.63 19.05 12.90
Punjab 14.53 13.36 11.85 11.26
Rajasthan 27.28 19.23 13.83 11.86
Sikkim 20.85 16.24 15.56 24.30
Tamil Nadu 21.92 13.75 11.90 14.22
Telangana 29.78 11.99 13.25 16.93
Tripura 16.00 17.43 13.69 12.38
Uttar Pradesh 14.67 13.14 13.24 15.28
Uttarakhand 18.72 16.35 16.65 16.68
West Bengal 15.56 16.76 15.23 14.14
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 5.46 9.23 6.76 5.60
Chandigarh 12.98 15.96 12.71 11.13
Delhi 15.20 17.49 17.26 16.18
Puducherry 6.40 11.75 17.51 25.06
Lakshadweep - - - -

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) at Current Prices (as on 31-05-2014)" (PDF). Planning Commission Government of India. Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "National economic debate - Stock markets or rigged casinos - talk by Professor Dr. R. Vaidyanathan (IIM Bangalore) - 21 Jan 2011, Mumbai". www.youtube.com. National Economic Debates. 
  3. ^ "State Statistics". NITI Aayog. Retrieved 16 October 2016. 
  4. ^ "State Domestic Product and other aggregates, 2004-05 series". Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation. 27 February 2015. Archived from the original on 23 March 2015. Retrieved 18 June 2015. 

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