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Spatio-Temporal Variations in Population Growth in Haryana (India): A Geographical Analysis


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Haryana is a state in northern India covering an area of 44212 sq km. One of the most important aspects of Haryana's population is its uneven distribution. Major factors influencing the Spatio-Temporal variations in population growth are terrain, climate, soil, water bodies, mineral resources, industries, transportations etc. The sex ratio has changed from census to census in Haryana state. As per details from census 2011 Haryana has population of 2.53 Crores, an increase from figure of 4623064 in 1901 census. Causing of rapid growth of population in Haryana are high birth rate, low death rate, joint family systems etc.

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Spatio-Temporal Variations, Population Growth.
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Kuldeep Singh
Department of Geography, FGM Govt College Adampur, Hisar, Haryana, India

Abstract


Haryana is a state in northern India covering an area of 44212 sq km. One of the most important aspects of Haryana's population is its uneven distribution. Major factors influencing the Spatio-Temporal variations in population growth are terrain, climate, soil, water bodies, mineral resources, industries, transportations etc. The sex ratio has changed from census to census in Haryana state. As per details from census 2011 Haryana has population of 2.53 Crores, an increase from figure of 4623064 in 1901 census. Causing of rapid growth of population in Haryana are high birth rate, low death rate, joint family systems etc.

Keywords


Spatio-Temporal Variations, Population Growth.