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India is a land of extremes. From the snow-capped Himalayas to the scorching Thar Desert, the country is home to a wide range of landscapes and climates.
The state’s agricultural sector only accounts for 2% of its GDP while the industrial and services sector make up 12% and 86% respectively.
Handlooms and power looms, rubber, bamboo, coir, khadi and village industries, sericulture, seafood and other strengths of Kerala’s economy.
This growth has been driven by a number of factors, including the abundant natural resources of the state. Madhya Pradesh is rich in fuel minerals, such as coal and oil, as well as other minerals like diamonds and iron ore.
The economy of Andhra Pradesh is mainly based on agriculture, with 62% of the population directly or indirectly engaged in the sector. The state is one of the leading producers of shrimp in India,
Telangana is one of the top IT exporter states in India, with a GDP of US$ 157.35 billion. The state’s two major rivers, Krishna and Godavari, provide excellent irrigation
Rajasthan’s GSDP stood at Rs 11.98 trillion (US$ 161.37 billion) in 2020-21. It is a mineral-rich state with a large agricultural sector.
West Bengal is a state located in the eastern part of India. The economy of the state is mainly based on agriculture and medium-scale industry.
Uttar Pradesh is the fifth richest state in India, with a Gross State Domestic Product of Rs. 17.06 trillion (US$ 234.96 billion). The state has seen rapid development in recent years, with many cities.
Karnataka is the fourth richest state in India, with a GSDP of Rs. 18.03 trillion (US$ 247.38 billion) in 2020-21. Its GDP has grown at the fastest pace in the last decade compared to other states of the country,
Gujarat is a western state of India with a population of over 60 million. The state’s economy is primarily driven by agriculture and industry, with agriculture making up 19 percent of the GDP and industry.
Tamil Nadu is the second richest state in India, with a GSDP of Rs. 19.43 trillion (US$ 265.49 billion). More than 50 percent of the state’s population lives in cities, constituting 9.6% of the urban.
Given that Mumbai is the economic capital of India, it is no surprise that Maharashtra is the richest state in the country. With a GSDP of Rs. 26.62 trillion (US$ 366.67 billion), Maharashtra ranks ahead of all..
In the race to be the richest state in India, Maharashtra is at the top. Thanks to a combination of industry, travel/tourism and other local practices, various states in the country have managed to exponentially increase their GSDP. It will be interesting to watch trends of growth and see which state emerges as the next richest state in India.