Population of Tirupati 2022

Population of Tirupati 2021

Tirupati is a city in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Located 750 km southwest of Visakhapatnam, it the 9th most populous city in Andhra Pradesh. The city is home to the important Hindu shrine of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple and other historic temples and is referred to as the “Spiritual Capital of Andhra Pradesh”. 

Tirupati Population - Census 2011

As per provisional reports of Census India, the population of  Tirupati City in 2011 is 287,035 (2.87 Lakhs) of which the male population is 145,977 and the female population is 141,058


The initial provisional data released by census India 2011, shows that the density of Tirupati for 2011 is 10460 people per sq. km. Tirupati city administers area is 27.44 sq. km


The average literacy rate of Tirupati City in 2011 was 87.55 %. If things are looked out at gender-wise, male and female literacy was 92.74 % and 82.21%. respectively. Total literate in Tirupati city was 229,730 of which 123,449 are males while 106,281are females.


With regards to the Sex Ratio in Tirupati, it stood at 966 per 1000 males. The average national sex ratio in India is 940 as per the latest reports of the Census 2011 Directorate. In the 2011 census, the child sex ratio is 915 girls per 1000 boys


In the census enumeration, data regarding children under 0-6 age were also collected. There were a total of 24,643 children under the age of 0-6 years. Of total  12,869 are boys while 11,774 are girls. Child Sex Ratio as per census 2011 was 915. In 2011, Children under 0-6 formed 8.58 % of the total population of Tirupati City

Sources: Census 2011

Population of Tirupati in 2021 – 3.20 lakhs (approx)

Tirupati CityCensus 2011
Total Population287,035 ( 2.87 lacs)
Male Population145,977
Female Population141,058
Density of Population10460 per sq. km
Average Literacy (%)87.55 %
% of Male Literates92.74 %
% of Female Literates82.21 %
Sex Ratio966
Child Sex Ratio915
Children (0-6 years)24,643
Boys (0-6yrs)12,869
Girls  (0-6 Yrs)11,774

Sources: Census 2011