Goa Population

Goa Population, Goa is a state in western India known for its beautiful beaches, Portuguese-influenced architecture, and rich cultural heritage. According to the 2021 Census of India, the population of Goa is approximately 1.5 million people. Goa is the fourth smallest state in India by population, but it is a major tourist destination, and is known for its sandy beaches, nightlife, and seafood.

Goa is a diverse state with a population that includes people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds. The majority of the population is Hindu, with approximately 66.1% of the population identifying as Hindu. Christians constitute approximately 26.7% of the population, while Muslims make up a small percentage of the population.

Goa is an important center for agriculture and forestry, with a thriving agricultural and forestry sector. It is also a major hub for business and industry, with a thriving service sector and many small and medium-sized enterprises. The state is well connected to other parts of India by road, rail, and air, and is a major transportation hub for the region.