Features palaces, temples, and forts; the second largest city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur, is popularly known as the Blue City. However, Sun City is the other name of Rajasthan‘s second metropolitan city which was founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha. It stays bright and sunny throughout the year. This world famous tourist destination is rich in producing copper, silk, opium, date palm, and sandalwood.
JODHPUR’S POPULATION IN 2021
The total population of Jodhpur, in 2001, was 855344 which had grown by 23.48% in 2011 India census. So, the yearly compound growth percentage of this city during 2001 to 2011 was 2.1316%. Here we have the growth chart (approximate) year by year.
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Jodhpur’s population density was 13437.5 as per 2011 India census. So, the growth rate may fall up to a certain percentage. If we reduce it by 15%, we get 1.812% as a yearly compound growth percentage.
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As per our estimations, the population of Jodhpur, in 2021, will be 1263954. It will grow by 19.67% in these ten years. However, the population density of the blue city in 2021 will be 16080.5 as per the predictions made by our experts.
JODHPUR, THE BLUE CITY OF INDIA
Very few people among us are familiar with the fact that the internationally acknowledged Jodhpur city is closely associated with one color, and that is blue. Yes, other colors are there in the streets, but the dominance of blue is more visible in the blue city of India. Yellows and bright oranges are dominant colors for Rajasthani fabrics which are rich in light materials of complementary hues. Interestingly, the blue color is also seen in Rajasthani garments.