When we arrange the Union Territories and States of India as per population density, we find that:
1. Top four places with highest population density belong to Union Territories
2. Among states, top three states are Bihar, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh
Which among the above observations is / are correct?

Answer: [A] Only 1

The population density of India in 2011 was 382 per sq km-decadal growth 17.54 per cent.

The density of population increased in all States and Union Territories between 1991 and 2011. Among major states, Bihar is the most thickly populated state with (a population density of) 1,106 persons per sq.km. followed by West Bengal 1,028 and Kerala 860. When we arrange the Union Territories and States of India as per population density, we find that: top four places with highest population density belong to Union Territories of D, C, P and D&D.

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