List of Indian states and union territories by GDP per capita

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Legend:
Red - < ₹ 60,000
Orange - ₹60,000 to ₹80,000
Yellow - ₹80,000 to ₹100,000
Green - ₹100,000 to ₹130,000
Blue - ₹130,000 to ₹160,000
Violet - > ₹160,000

This is a list of Indian states and union territories by GSDP per capita. Gross Domestic State Product (GSDP) is the state counterpart to a country's gross domestic product (GDP), the most comprehensive measure of national economic activity. The following table gives the latest available nominal GSDP per capita figures for the States and Union Territories of India at current prices in Indian rupees. No data is available for the union territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, and Lakshadweep.

Rank State / Union territory GSDP per capita
(nominal)
Data year
1 Delhi 273,618 (US$4,300) 2015-16[1]
2 Goa 270,150 (US$4,200) 2015-16[1]
3 Chandigarh 242,386 (US$3,800) 2015-16[1]
4 Sikkim 227,465 (US$3,600) 2015-16[1]
5 Maharashtra 134,081 (US$2,100) 2015-16[1]
6 Haryana 180,174 (US$2,800) 2015-16[1]
7 Gujarat 138,023 (US$2,200) 2015-16[1]
8 Karnataka 146,416 (US$2,300) 2015-16[1]
9 Kerala 155,516 (US$2,400) 2015-16[1]
10 Tamil Nadu 157,116 (US$2,500) 2015-16[1]
11 Himachal Pradesh 124,500 (US$2,000) 2015-16[1]
12 Telangana 158,360 (US$2,500) 2015-16[1]
13 Uttarakhand 151,219 (US$2,400) 2015-16[1]
14 Puducherry 190,384 (US$3,000) 2015-16[1]
15 Mizoram 85,659 (US$1,300) 2017-18[1]
16 Punjab 114,561 (US$1,800) 2016-17[1]
17 Arunachal Pradesh 139,228 (US$2,200) 2015-16[1]
18 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 138,858 (US$2,200) 2014-15[1]
19 Andhra Pradesh 137,000 (US$2,100) 2016-17[1]
India 112,432 (US$1,800) 2016-17[1]
20 Jammu and Kashmir 116,153 (US$1,800) 2017-18[1]
21 Chhattisgarh 111,538 (US$1,700) 2014-15[1]
22 Madhya Pradesh 102,083 (US$1,600) 2017-18[1]
23 Rajasthan 101,353 (US$1,600) 2016-17[1]
24 West Bengal 100,000 (US$1,600) 2015-16[1]
25 Meghalaya 98,556 (US$1,500) 2016-17[1]
26 Odisha 98,095 (US$1,500) 2017-18[1]
27 Nagaland 89,607 (US$1,400) 2014-15[1]
28 Assam 80,625 (US$1,300) 2017-18[1]
29 Tripura 77,351 (US$1,200) 2014-15[1]
30 Jharkhand 73,031 (US$1,100) 2015-16[1]
31 Uttar Pradesh 72,300 (US$1,100) 2017-18[1]
32 Bihar 63,200 (US$990) 2017-18[1]
33 Manipur 58,442 (US$920) 2017-18[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah "STATE WISE DATA" (PDF). rbi.org.in. Reserve Bank of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 17 February 2017.