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Many places in India came under Islamic dominance through demographic change. 

Muslims in India

Silent Muslim invasion through demographic change to end up the Hindu majority in India.

~ Upananda Brahmachari.    

Indian Postage Stamp Census 2011The Secular analysts and so called demography experts always hint that Muslim population is not any danger for the Hindu majority India anyway.

But, the Census of India (through its religious population census) gives us a clear picture about the high concentration of Muslim population across India area/district/metropolitan-sector wise.

In a consideration of 50% and above as ‘Muslim majority’, 49%-30% Muslim population as ‘Highly Muslim influenced’ and 29%-10% Muslim population as ‘Muslim influenced’ areas/districts/metropolitan-sectors; a huge number of Muslim concentrations are found through the available 2011 Census data of India.

So far, 37 Muslim majority, 33 highly Muslim influenced and 94 Muslim influenced areas/districts/metropolitan-sectors are found in an analysis of Census data. However, the numbers in highly Muslim influenced and Muslim influenced areas may be higher than the estimation as Muslim population growth, infiltration etc. has been moderately high during this period 2011 and 2022 further.

More than are quite few, we have tried to list up the districts where Muslim population is more than or equal to the state overall percentage as below. This has been prepared from the available data of Census 2011[Go through search option for desired data state & category wise].

North India

Jammu & Kashmir 70% Muslim Majority in 17

Anantnag 97%, Pulwama 97%,Shupiyan 100%,Raesi 51%, Ramban 72%, Rajouri 64%, Punch 92%, Kupwara 96%,Kulgam 100%, Kishtwar 60%, Ganderbal 99%, Doda 55%, Baramulla 96%, Bandipur 98%, Badgam 98%, Shrinagar 100% & Kargill 53%.

Haryana 8% Majority in 1

Nuh 77%, Palwal 22% ,Sonipat 9% and Faridabad 10%.

Punjab 2%

Malerkotla 33%.

Delhi 14%

Central Delhi 20%, North East Delhi 35%, Shahdara 20% and South East Delhi 22%.

Rajasthan 11%

Jaisalmer 27%, Bharatpur 16%, Ajmer 13%, Barmer 13%,Churu 13%, Jaipur 12%, Jhunjhunun 12%, Jodhpur 12%, Nagaur 15%, Tonk 11, Sikar 13% & Sawai Madhopur 12%.

Himachal Pradesh 5%

Chamba 7%.

Uttar Pradesh 24% majority in 2

Rampur 65% , Moradabad 51% , Saharanpur 49% , Muzaffarnagar 44% , Meerut 35% , Bagpat 30%, Bijnor 45%, Aligarh 22% , Ghaziabad 25% , Varanasi 25% , Barabanki 24%, Amethi 22% , Amroha 42%, Bahraich 32%, Balrampur 37%, Bareilly 35%,Badaun 25%,Bulandshahr 24%, Hapur 34%, Lakhimpur Kheri 22% , Lucknow 24%, Pilbhit 25%, Sambhal 35% , Sant Kabir Nagar 25%, Shamli 44% , Shrawasti 34% & Siddharthnagar 31%.

Uttrakhand 14%

Haridwar 35%, Nainital 14%, Dehradun 13% and Uddham Singh Nagar 24%.

Central India

Madhya Pradesh 8%

Burhanpur 22% and Bhopal 25%.

Chattisgarh 2%

Balrampur 7%.

Western India

Gujarat 11%

Bharuch 20%, Ahmedabad 15% & Kachchh 22%.

Maharashtra 14 %

Mumbai Suburban 21%, Mumbai 27%, Aurangabad 22% , Akola 21% , Latur 16%, Thane 16% ,Jalna 16% and Nanded 16%.

Goa 9%

Murmugoa 14% , Salcete 12% and Tiswadi 11%.

Southern India

Andhra Pradesh 10%

Amravati 33% Kurnool 18% & Y.S.R 17%.

Telangana 14%

Hyderabad 43% ,Nizamabad 20% , Sangareddy 18%.

Karnataka 13%

Bangalore 13%, Bellary 17%, Bidar 21%, Bijapur 18%, Dakshin Kannada 26% , Dharwad 20%, Gulbarga 21%, Haveri 20%, Raichur 16%, Shimoga 15%, Uttara Kannada 15% & Yadgir 15%.

Tamil Nadu 6%

Tirapathur15% ,Chennai 11%, Ramanathapuram 16% and Nilgiris 11%.

Kerala 27% majority in 1

Malappuram 70%, Kannur 31%, Kasragod 40%, Kozikhode 42%, Palakkad 30% and Wayanad 30%.

Eastern India

Bihar 20% majority in 2

Kishanganj 70%, Katihar 50 %, Araria 49%, Siwan 21%, Saupal 20%, Purnia 40%, Pashchim Champaran 24%, Purbi Champaran 20%, Madhubani 22% & Sitamarhi 23%.

Jharkhand 16%

Sahibganj 35%, Gonda 23%, Giridih 21%Jamtara22%, Lohardaga22%, Pakur 35%Ranchi 16% & Kodarma 16%.

Odisha 2%

Bhadrak 8%.

West Bengal 31% majority in 3

Murshidabad 65%, Malda 55 %, Uttar Dinajpur 51%, Birbhum 40%, South 24 Paraganas 37 %.

North Eastern India

Assam 40% majority in 11

Karimganj 58%, Barpeta76%, Boingaigoan 52%, Cachar 40%, Darrang 66%, Dhubri 75%, Goalpara 60%, Halaikandi 62%, Hojai 56%, Kammrup 41%, Naigoan 58%, Morigoan 54% & South Salmara 97%.

Manipur 9%

Imphal East 17%, Jiribam 36% and Thoubal 35%.

Meghalaya 5%

Southwest Garo Hills 15% & West Garo hills 18%.

Mizoram 1%

Kolasib 6%.

Nagaland 3%

Dimapur 10%.

Sikkim 1%

……… None.

Arunachal Pradesh 2%

Lower Dilbang Valley 6% and Anjaw 5%.

Hence, there are 37 Districts are Muslim majority in India (50% and above Muslim population).

J&K 17 districts (Anantnag 97%, Pulwama 97%,Shupiyan 100%,Raesi 51%,Ramban 72%, Rajouri 64%,Punch 92%, Kupwara 96%,Kulgam 100%,Kishtwar 60%,Ganderbal 99%,Doda 55%,Baramulla 96%,Bandipur 98%,Badgam 98%, Shrinagar 100% & Kargill 53%).

Assam 11 districts (Karimganj 58% ,Barpeta76% ,Boingaigoan 52%, Darrang 66%, Dhubri 75%,Goalpara 60%, Halaikandi 62%,Hojai 56%, Naigoan 58%, Morigoan 54%  South Salmara 97%.

Uttar Pradesh 2 districts (Rampur 65%, Moradabad 51%).

Bihar 2 districts (Kishanganj 70% , Katihar 50 %).

West Bengal 3 districts (Murshidabad 65% ,Malda 55 % , Uttar Dinajpur 51%).

Kerala 1 district (Malappuram 70%).

Haryana 1 district (Nuh 77%).

Highly Muslim influenced Districts 33 (49%-30%).

Punjub 1 district (Malerkotla 33%).

Delhi 1 district (North East Delhi 35%).

Uttar Pradesh 14 districts (Saharanpur 49%, Muzaffarnagar 44% , Meerut 35%, Bagpat 30%, Bijnor 45%, Amroha 42%, Bahraich 32%, Balrampur 37%, Bareilly 35%, Hapur 34%, Sambhal 35%, Shamli 44% ,Shrawasti 34% & Siddharthnagar 31%).

Uttarakhand 1 district (Haridwar 35%).

Telengana 1 district (Hyderabad 43% ).

Kerala 5 districts (Kannur 31%, Kasragod 40%, Kozikhode 42%, Palakkad 30% and Wayanad 30%).

Bihar 1 district (Purnia 40%).

Jharkhand 2 districts (Sahibganj 35% & Pakur 35%).

Assam 5 districts (Kammrup 41%, Cachar 40% Cachar 40%, Nalbari 37% and Kokrajhar 30%).

Manipur 2 districts (Jiribam 36% and Thoubal 35%).

Muslim influenced Districts 94  (29%-10%).

Delhi 3 districts (Central Delhi 20%, Shahdara 20% and South East Delhi 22%).

Haryana 2 districts (Palwal 22%, Faridabad 10%).

Rajasthan 12 districts (Jaisalmer 27%, Bharatpur 16%, Ajmer 13%, Barmer 13%,Churu 13%, Jaipur 12%, Jhunjhunun 12%, Jodhpur 12%,Nagaur 15%, Tonk 11%,Sikar 13% & Sawai Madhopur 12%).

Uttar Pradesh 11 districts (Aligarh 22%, Ghaziabad 25%, Varanasi 25%, Barabanki 24%, Amethi 22%, Badaun 25%, Bulandshahr 24%, Lakhimpur Kheri 22%, Lucknow 24%, Pilbhit 25%, Sant Kabir Nagar 25%).

Uttarkhand 3 districts (Nainital 14%, Dehradun 13% and Uddham Singh Nagar 24%).

Madhya Pradesh 2 districts (Burhanpur 22% and Bhopal 25%).

Gujarat 3 districts (Bharuch 20%, Ahmedabad 15% & Kachchh 22%).

Maharashtra 8 districts (Mumbai Suburban 21%, Mumbai 27%, Aurangabad 22%, Akola 21% , Latur 16%, Thane 16% ,Jalna 16% and Nanded 16%).

Goa 3 districts (Murmugoa 14%, Salcete 12% and Tiswadi 11%).

Andhra Pradesh 3 districts (Amravati 33% Kurnool 18% & Y.S.R 17%)

Telengana 2 districts (Nizamabad 20% and Sangareddy 18%).

Karnataka 12 districts (Bangalore 13%, Bellary 17%, Bidar 21%, Bijapur 18%, Dakshin Kannada 26%, Dharwad 20%, Gulbarga 21%, Haveri 20%, Raichur 16%, Shimoga 15%, Uttara Kannada 15% & Yadgir 15%).

Tamil Nadu 4 districts (Tirapathur15%, Chennai 11%, Ramanathapuram 16% and Nilgiris 11%).

Bihar 6 districts (Siwan 21%, Saupal 20%, Pashchim Champaran 24%, Purbi Champaran 20%, Madhubani 22%  & Sitamarhi 23%).

Jharkhand 6 districts (Gonda 23%, Giridih 21% , Jamtara22%, Lohardaga22% , Ranchi 16%  & Kodarma 16%).

West Bengal 10 districts (North 24 Pgs 26%, Nadia 27%, Howrah 26%, Hooghly 16%, Burdwan 26%, Purba Mednipur 14.5%, Paschim Mednipur 10.5%, Dakshin Dinajpur 24.6% Jalpaiguri 11.5%  and  Cooch Behar 25.5%).

Manipur 1 district (Imphal East 17%).

Meghalaya 2 districts (Southwest Garo Hills 15% & West Garo hills 18%).

Nagaland 1 district (Dimapur 10%).

Synopsis

Hence, the 164 (37 Muslim majority, 33 highly Muslim influenced and 94 Muslim influenced) areas/districts/metropolitan-sectors under the control of Muslims or otherwise influenced are considered as the Major-Medium & Mini powerhouse to build up a situation for Sharia, Halal and Jihad in accordance to their choice.

Interestingly, the Muslim percentage in India is not concentrated in a particular region or areas, but it has been speed up and spread though the length and breadth of the country.

According to Department of Minority Affairs as the data prepared (for 12th Five Year Plan, 2012-17) out of 26 states, there are 710 minority concentration blocks (MCB) and 66 minority concentration towns falling in 196 districts which have been identified on the basis of data from Census 2001. Such catchment area should have at least 25% minority population. Most of these blocks and towns have sizable Muslim population as norms framed for MsDP (Multi-sectoral Development Plan). By 2022 the numbers of such Muslim populated blocks and towns obviously increased, not decreased.

In 1951 there were 3.54 crores of Muslims in India which jumped up to 17.22 crores in 2011 (almost 5 times growth), as per census reports. By 2020 the Muslim population crossed 20 crores and many Muslim leaders in India claimed that the Muslims are around 25 crores by now. Those who are talking nonsense about the non-factor of Muslim population growth (Muslims 9.8% in 1951 – Muslims 14.2% in 2011 as per GOI Census) in contrast of decrease of Hindu population (Hindus 84.1% in 1951 – Hindus 79.8% in 2011 as per GOI Census); are surely the covert Islamist or prospective Muslim supporters so desirous to divide India again in the line of partition in 1947, even in the present time line.

The decadal growth rate of Muslims in India is always the highest. The growth rate of population in the decade 2001-2011 was 17.7 %. The growth rate of population of the different religious communities in the same period was as Hindus: 16.8%; Muslim: 24.6%; Christian: 15.5%; Sikh: 8.4%; Buddhist: 6.1% and Jain: 5.4%.

Huge number of places in India came under Islamic dominance though demographic change. A good number of such places were under Hindu dominance in previous years. Momins (believers) in such Muslim dominated areas venture next to spread their dominance in the adjacent areas through the dictums of Sharia, Halal and Population Jihad.

While a silent Muslim invasion through demographic change is engaged to end up the Hindu majority in India, then the population control act is a dire necessity to manage the demographic imbalance in the country to retain its Hindu majority effectively.

Courtesy: Various Census Data, GOI.

N.B. For any query or submitting additional inputs, plz contact: upananda.br@gmail.com.

2 comments on “Many places in India came under Islamic dominance through demographic change. 

  1. Samarjit Prasad Ganesh
    August 11, 2022

    Prabu Bhole Nath Ji, tisra angh kolo, aur nass kardo sab ander ya baher
    dusmano ko. Bharat Bagwan ke desh hai jahan Ganga Ma Bharat ke sook
    deti hai. Bharat Ma kabi nahi Islami/Isai ki ghukam benaga. Same ageya hai
    sab rachesonko ant karna. Bharat Sarkar knyon jabab nahi deta hoon?
    Je samachar Sri Hanuman Seva Sena ka hai.

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