The study of the indices of density maps of Brazil and India clearly explains the distribution of population among the various states of both the countries.
Brazil is three times bigger than India in terms of its area. But it accounts for only 2.8 per cent of the world’s population whereas India has 16.8 per cent of the world’s population.
The northern and southern states of India are densely populated whereas the central states have comparatively less population. The northeastern states are sparsely populated.
It can be understood that the total population of states like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana and Punjab is almost equal to that of Brazil’s total population.
The country of Brazil has a denser population in its eastern states. The western and northern states are very sparsely populated.
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