Describe the three different population density zones of India

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Describe the three different population density zones of India.


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The three population density zones in India are high, moderate and low. They are stated below
(i) The high population density zone, which has a population density greater than 500 persons per sq km, consists of the states Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Kerala.
(ii) The low density zone, which has a population density lesser than 100 persons per sq km consists of the states Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram.
(iii) The remaining states fall in the moderate population density zone with 250-500 persons living per sq km. e.g. Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and so on.