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List of states and territories of India by number of places of worship

This is a list of states and territories of India by number of places of worship as reported by the Census 2001.
Rank State / Territory Number of Places of Worship Notes
India 2,398,650
01 Uttar Pradesh 265,270 [1]
02 West Bengal 228,452 [2]
03 Maharashtra 220,458 [3]
04 Karnataka 207,332 [4]
05 Rajasthan 166,766 [5]
06 Andhra Pradesh 159,025 [6]
07 Madhya Pradesh 142,452 [7]
08 Gujarat 142,135 [8]
09 Bihar 138,493 [9]
10 Tamil Nadu 130,346 [10]
11 Odisha 103,350 [11]
12 Kerala 101,140 [12]
13 Assam 90,194 [13]
14 Jharkhand 50,110 [14]
15 Punjab 46,493 [15]
16 Chhattisgarh 46,095 [16]
17 Jammu and Kashmir 32,025 [17]
18 Himachal Pradesh 26,526 [18]
19 Uttarakhand 25,959 [19]
20 Haryana 24,519 [20]
21 Tripura 12,872 [21]
22 Delhi 8,249 [22]
23 Meghalaya 5,771 [23]
24 Goa 5,686 [24]
25 Manipur 5,251 [25]
26 Mizoram 3,154 [26]
27 Arunachal Pradesh 2,363 [27]
28 Nagaland 2,360 [28]
29 Puducherry 2,146 [29]
30 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 1,121 [30]
31 Sikkim 1,049 [31]
32 Daman and Diu 477 [32]
33 Lakshadweep 430 [33]
34 Chandigarh 340 [34]
35 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 241 [35]

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  1. ^ Uttar Pradesh
  2. ^ West Bengal
  3. ^ Maharashtra
  4. ^ Karnataka
  5. ^ Rajasthan
  6. ^ Andhra Pradesh
  7. ^ Madhya Pradesh
  8. ^ Gujarat
  9. ^ Bihar
  10. ^ Tamil Nadu
  11. ^ Odisha
  12. ^ Kerala
  13. ^ Assam
  14. ^ Jharkhand
  15. ^ Punjab
  16. ^ Chhattisgarh
  17. ^ Jammu and Kashmir
  18. ^ Himachal Pradesh
  19. ^ Uttarakhand
  20. ^ Haryana
  21. ^ Tripura
  22. ^ Delhi
  23. ^ Meghalaya
  24. ^ Goa
  25. ^ Manipur
  26. ^ Mizoram
  27. ^ Arunachal Pradesh
  28. ^ Nagaland
  29. ^ Puducherry
  30. ^ Andaman and Nicobar Islands
  31. ^ Sikkim
  32. ^ Daman and Diu
  33. ^ Lakshadweep
  34. ^ Chandigarh
  35. ^ Dadra and Nagar Haveli
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