Population of India

Pop. of India (1.297billion)

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If Pop. of India (1.297billion) was a standard unit ...

  • Number of neurons in an African elephant's brain (257bn )...more would be 200 x Population of India
  • Estimated world population of Dogs (525 million individuals)...more would be 2/5 of Population of India
  • Pop. of United States (329million)...more would be 1/4 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Indonesia (262.8million)...more would be 1/5 of Population of India
  • Pop. of United Kingdom (65.1million)...more would be 1/20 of Population of India
  • Number of copies of Michael Jackson's Thriller album sold (65million )...more would be 1/20 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Malaysia (31.8million)...more would be 1/40 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Cote d'Ivoire (26.26million)...more would be 1/50 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Madagascar (25.68million)...more would be 1/50 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Cameroon (25.64million)...more would be 1/50 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (6.43 million people)...more would be 1/200 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Faisalabad, Pakistan (6.42 million people)...more would be 1/200 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Yangon, Myanmar (5.21 million people)...more would be 1/250 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Saint Petersburg, Russia (5.19 million people)...more would be 1/250 of Population of India
  • Number of articles in Wikipedia (Apr 2016) (5.12million )...more would be 1/250 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Puerto Rico (3.29million)...more would be 1/400 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Pyongyang, North Korea (3.25 million people)...more would be 1/400 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Madrid, Spain (3.21 million people)...more would be 1/400 of Population of India
  • Pop. of Peshawar, Pakistan (3.2 million people)...more would be 1/400 of Population of India

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