. The biggest state in terms of area, has only
5.5 per cent of the total population of India.
B: Andhra Pradesh
D: Madhya Pradesh
E: None of these
- Rajasthan is the biggest state in size, its population adds to just 5.5% of the absolute population of India.
- This lopsided conveyance of the population is because of the differing population thickness of the country.
- Population thickness = the absolute number of individuals per unit of region. Additionally, population thickness is to a
great extent subject to the topographical area and geographical elements. Accordingly, states like Assam, Himachal Pradesh,
and other uneven territories have a lower thickness of population. While the northern fields and seaside regions like Kerala,
West Bengal, and Maharashtra have exceptionally high population thickness.
Final Answer :
Hence the correct option is C i.e. Rajasthan.