Mizoram population by religion 2021

Mizoram Population by Religion 2021

Mizoram is the second least populated state in India and has a majority Christian population. At the census 2011, out of 10.97 Lakh population, around 9.56 lakhs (87.16%) have returned themselves as followers of Christianity, 94 thousand (8.51%) as Buddhists 30 thousand (2.75%) as Hindus. In addition 0.09% Stated as no religion & 1.48% are other religions.

Source: Census 2011

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Religion in Mizoram by population

#ReligionPopulation 2011
1Christian956331
2Buddhist93411
3Hindu30136
4Muslim14832
5Jain376
6Sikh286
7Religion not stated1026
8Other religions and persuasions808
 Total1097206

Source: Census 2011

Religion in Mizoram by Percentage

#ReligionPercentage %
1Christian87.16%
2Buddhist8.51%
3Hindu2.75%
4Muslim1.35%
5Jain0.03%
6Sikh0.03%
7Religion not stated0.09%
8Other religions and persuasions0.07%

Source: Census 2011

Religion in Mizoram - Rural Population

#ReligionRural Pop. 2011Percentage %
1Christian41939879.82%
2Buddhist9111217.34%
3Hindu71941.37%
4Muslim65491.25%
5Jain2600.05%
6Sikh880.02%
7Other religions and persuasions4340.08%
8Religion not stated4000.08%
 Total525435 

Source: Census 2011

Religion in Mizoram - Urban Population

#ReligionUrban Pop. 2011Percentage %
1Christian53693393.91%
2Hindu229424.01%
3Muslim82831.45%
4Buddhist22990.40%
5Sikh1980.03%
6Jain1160.02%
7Religion not stated6260.11%
8Other religions and persuasions3740.07%
 Total571771 

Source: Census 2011

Mizoram Population - Caste wise

Caste Population (%)
OBC*
Dalits (SCs) 0.11%
Tribals (STs) 94.43%
General caste 5%

*Govt has not enumerated caste-wise population other than SCs and STs in Census 2011. So OBC Percentage is not accurate & based on various estimates.