Chapter 1: Population of India: 1871-1991
Population of India: 1871-1941
Population in 1871
Growth 1871-1941
Relative Growth of India and the World
Stagnation of Indian Population
Population of the Constituent Units of India
Population of India
: 1951-1991
Growth 1951-1991: The Constituent Units of India
Growth 1951-1991: In the Context of the World

Chapter 2:Religious Composition of India
Religious Composition: 1881-1941
Religious Composition in 1881: Historical Background
Religious Composition: 1881-1941
Religious Composition of the Constituent Units: 1901-1941
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Indian Union
Religious Composition: 1951-1991
Indian Union
Pakistan
Bangladesh
India
Changes in Religious Composition: 1881-1991
India
Effects of Partition
Indian Union
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Projecting the Trends into the Future

Chapter 3: Religious Composition of States and Provinces
Relative Population of the States
Indian Union
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Religious Composition: Pakistan and Bangladesh
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Religious Composition: Indian Union
Region I: Where Indian Religionists Dominate
Region II: Where Indian Religionists are under Pressure
Region III: Where Indian Religionists are a near Minority
Distribution of Christian and Muslim Populations

Chapter 4: Religious Composition of Districts of India Union:
States where Indian Religionists Dominate
Northwestern Region
Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh
Punjab
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Chandigarh
Delhi
Western Region: Rajasthan and Gujarat
Rajasthan
Gujarat
Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Central India: Madhya Pradesh and Orissa
Madhya Pradesh
Orissa
Southern India: Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka
Andhra Pradesh
Maharashtra
Tamil Nadu
Pondicherry Karnataka


Chapter 5: Religious Composition of Districts of India Union:

States where Indian Religionists are under Pressure
Heartland of India: Uttar Pradesh and Bihar
Uttar Pradesh
Bihar
The Eastern Flank: West Bengal and Assam

Immigration
West Bengal
Assam
Sikkim
Areas of High Presence and Growth of Muslims
Eastern Border Belt
Western Uttar Pradesh Pocket
Calcutta-Haora Pocket of West Bengal
Cachar Pocket of Assam
Areas of High Presence and Growth of Christians
Raigarh-Ranchi-Sundargarh Pocket
North Cachar, Karbi Anglong and Golaghat Pocket


Chapter 6: Religious Composition of Districts of India Union:

States where Indian Religionists are turning a Minority
Northern Periphery of India
Jammu & Kashmir
Southwestern Periphery of India
Goa
Kerala
Southwestern Coastal Belt
Northeastern Periphery of India
 
Arunachal Pradesh
Nagaland
Manipur
Mizoram
Meghalaya
Tripura
Remote Island Territories
Lakshadweep
Andaman & Nicobar Islands


Chapter 7: Others included amongst Indian Religionists

Sikhs
Buddhists
Jains
Other Religions and Persuasions
Jews, Zoroastrians and Bahais
Jews
Zoroastrians
Bahais


Chapter 8: Religious Demography of the World: 1900-1990

Asia
South Asia
Southeast Asia
East Asia
Central Asia
West Asia
Asia
Africa

North Africa
East Africa
South Africa
Central Africa
West Africa
Africa
Europe
East Europe
South Europe
West Europe
North Europe
Europe
North America
Latin America

The Caribbean
Central America
South America
Latin America
Oceania
World

Christians

Muslims
Native Religionists of Asia and Africa
Jews


Part II: Detailed Tables
Index of Place Names
States, Districts and Towns of India
Continets, Regions and Countries of the World 356

List of Detailed Tables