Country                      Indian population              % of total population

 

USA                              22,45,239                               10.24%
 
Malaysia                      20,50,000                               9.35%
 
Saudi Arabia               17,89,000                               8.16%
 
UAE                              17,50,000                               7.98%
 
Sri Lanka                     16,01,600                               7.31%
 
UK                                 15,00000                                6.84%
 
South Africa                12,18,000                               5.56%
 
Canada                        10,00000                                4.56%
 
Mauritius                     8,82,220                                 4.02%
 
Oman                           7,18,242                                 3.28%

USA

  1. How many Indians are there in the United States?
  • According to the 2010 United States Census, the Asian Indian population in the United States grew from almost 1,678,765 in 2000 (0.6% of U.S. population) to 2,843,391 in 2010 (0.9% of U.S. population), a growth rate of 69.37%, one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the United States.
  1. What percentage of doctors in the US are Indian? 
  • There are currently (as of 2005) 40,838 doctors of Indian origin in the United States of America and they account for 5% of all doctors in the USA and 20% of all International Medical Graduates employed in the US workforce.
  1. What state has the highest Indian population?
  • Alaska (104,871) …
  • Washington (103,869) …
  • North Carolina (122,110) …
  • Texas (170,972) …
  • New Mexico (193,222) …
  • Arizona (296,529) …
  • Oklahoma (321,687) …
  • California (362,801) with a population of 362,801 Native Americans, California has the largest indigenous population in the United Sates.
  1. How many Indian software engineers are in USA?
  • There are about 18.2 million software developers worldwide, a number that is due to rise to 26.4 million by 2019, a 45% increase, says Evans Data Corp. in its latest Global Developer Population and Demographic Study. Today, the U.S. leads the world in software developers, with about 3.6 million. Jul 10, 2013.
  1. Do NRI need to pay income tax in India?
  • NRI or not, every individual must file a tax return if their income exceeds Rs 2,50,000. But note that NRIs are only taxed for income earned/collected in India. So, Rahul will pay taxes on income earned while in India, and income accrued from FDs and savings account. Dec 11, 2017.
  1. How many Indian people’s study in USA?
  • Students of Indian origin are traveling in higher numbers than ever before to pursue higher education abroad. In 2006, of the 123,000 studying outside India, 76,500 have chosen USA as a country of their choice followed by UK. Canada and UK are also other major countries in the world and is one of the safest countries for Indian students. The US receives more Indian students than any other country in the world overtaking China in 2001.

 

CANADA

  1. How many hindus are there in Canada?
  • Hinduism, the religion of approximately one billion people in India, Africa, Indonesia and the West Indies. Immigration from these countries (principally India) to Canada has provided the base for a Canadian population of about 297,200 Hindus(2001 census, last figures available).Aug 21, 2013.
  1. Where do most of the Indians live in Canada?
  • Toronto has the largest Indo-Canadian population in Canada. Almost 51% of the entire Indo-Canadian community resides in the Greater Toronto Most Indo-Canadians in the Toronto area live in Brampton, Markham, Scarborough, Etobicoke, and Mississauga.
  1. How big is india compared to Canada?
  • India is approximately 3,287,263 sq km, while Canada is approximately 9,984,670 sq km. Meanwhile, the population of India is ~1 billion people (1 billion fewer people live in Canada).
  1. How many Sikhs are in Canada?
  • Sikhism in Canada. Canadian Sikhs number roughly 468,670 people and account for roughly 4% of Canada’s population. Canadian Sikhs are often credited for paving the path to Canada for all South Asian immigrants as well as for inadvertently creating the presence of Sikhism in the United States.
  1. How many east Indian people are in Canada?
  • Canadians of East Indian origin also make up the second largest non-European ethnic group in the country. In 2001, over 700,000 people of East Indian origin lived in Canada. That year, they made up 2.4% of the total Canadian population. Jul 16, 2007
  1. How many people do they have in Canada?
  • As of a 2010 report by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, there were 2.8 million Canadian citizens abroad (plus an unknown number of former citizens and descendents of citizens). For comparison, that is a larger population than six of the ten Canadian provinces.

SRI LANKA

  1. Are there hindus in sri lanka?
  • According to the government census of 2012, there are 2,554,606 Hindusin Sri Lanka. During the Sri Lankan Civil War, many Tamils fled to other countries. There are Hindu temples abroad which were built by the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora to maintain their religion and culture.
  1. When sri lanka is separated from india?
  • It was therefore never part of the later British Raj created in 1858. So the real question isn’t so much why Sri Lanka separated, but rather why didn’t Ceylon merge into the Company Raj in India.Aug 20, 2014.
  1. Is sri lanka is a part of india?
  • Unlike Sri Lanka, Myanmar was fully a part of British India. However, prior to coming under the control of British imperialism over the course of three wars, Burma was its own distinct country. It was, and is, culturally, linguistically and ethnically separate from India. Moreover, it was also a huge territory.Aug 20, 2014.
  1. What is the main religion in sri lanka?
  • Sri Lanka’s population practices a variety of religions. As of the 2011 census 70.19% of Sri Lankans were Theravada Buddhists, 12.6% were Hindus, 9.7% were Muslims (mainly Sunni) and 7.4% Christians (6.1% Roman Catholic and 1.3% otherChristian).
  1. How did sri lanka get its name?
  • Ceilão, the name given to Sri Lanka by the Portuguese Empire when it arrived in 1505, was transliterated into English as Ceylon. As a British crown colony, the island was known as Ceylon; it achieved independence as the Dominion of Ceylon in 1948.
  1. Is sri lanka a developed country?
  • Sri Lanka doesn’t have the crippling poverty or overpopulation of India/Pakistan/Bangladesh. Sri Lanka’spopulation is only 20 million and population growth has stabilized. It’s one of the few developing countries with an aging population.Apr 3, 2014.

MAURITIUS

  1. Are Mauritius Indian?
  • Mauritiansof Indianorigin, also known as Indo-Mauritiansare Mauritians whose ancestors are from the Indian They currently make up around 60% of the Mauritian population.
  1. Is Mauritius a hindu country.
  • By percentage, Nepal has the largest majority of Hindupopulation in the world followed by India and Mauritius. There are an estimated 60 to 70 million Hinduswho lived outside India in 2010. Only three countriesin the world, in 2010, had a majority of its population as Hindus – Nepal, India, and Mauritius.
  1. Indian population in Mauritius.
  • The majority of the populationare Indo-Mauritians (people of Indiandescent) who make up 68% of the population. Creoles (of African descent or mixed-race) are about a quarter of the population. There are approximately 30,000 Sino-Mauritians from the Hakka and other Chinese sub-ethnic/linguistic groups.
  1. What do they eat in Mauritius.
  • This Mauritian dish is supposedly adapted from the Indian vindaloo, although there’s debate about this. It’s cooked with mustardgarlicginger, turmeric, onionand usually fish, although it can be made with vegetables instead. It’s served withrice, lentils, pickles and chutneys. Oh, and it’s delicious.Sep 18, 2012
  1. What is the culture in Mauritius.
  • The people of Mauritius are descendants of European(mostly French) settlers, the Franco Mauritians; African slaves and creoles, the Afro-Mauritians; Chinese traders, the Sino-Maurtians; and Indian laborers, the Indo-Mauritians. Such cultural diversity and geographic isolation have led to a nationalized sense of pride.
  1. How long does it take to fly to Mauritius.
  • The next question you may be asking is how long is the flight from London to Mauritius? Well from London Heathrow it takes on average 12 hours– that’s for a non-stop, direct flight from London to Mauritius. The first time I went to Mauritius from the UK is when I was 10 months old.

OMAN

  1. How many Indians are there in oman.
  • The Indian community in Oman is regarded to be among the prosperous communities in the country. At present, the Indians constitute almost 20% of Oman’s total population of 2.3 million (2010 census), as it is the largest expatriate community in this country. There are 448 thousand Indian migrant workers in Oman.
  1. What is the main religion in oman.
  • The government does not keep official statistics on religious affiliation, but three quarters of Omanis adhere to the Ibadisect of Islam, while the remaining 25% are either Sunnior Shia Muslims. There are small communities of 5% ethnically Indian Hindus and Christians that have been naturalized.
  1. What is the culture of oman.
  • Culture of Oman. … Oman has developed its own subsect of Islam, known as Ibadhism, however other strands of Islam such as Sunni and Shi’a are also practiced. With this in mind, the Islamic month of fasting, Ramadan, and other Islamic festivities are very important events in the Omani culture.
  1. Is it safe oman.
  • Omanis a relatively safe country and serious crime is rare. The Royal Oman Police is notably efficient and honest. … Driving in Oman calls for attention to the unexpected. It has the second highest death rate from traffic accidents in the world (surpassed only by Saudi, followed closely by the UAE).
  1. Which country is oman found.
  • The dialing code for the country is 968 and the top level internet domain for Omani sites is .om. Oman shares land borders with 3 countries: Saudi ArabiaYemen,United Arab Emirates.
  1. Is there alcohol in oman.
  • Licensed hotels and restaurants sell alcohol. If you live in Oman, you can get a licence to drink alcoholat home from the Royal Oman It’s an offence to drink, or be drunk, in public. The legal age for drinking alcohol is 21.

UAE

  1. How many Indians are in UAE.
  • The estimated populationof Indiansin the UAE as of 2009 is near 2 million.Indians constitute 42% of the total UAE population. A majority of Indians in theUAE (approximately 50% – 883,313 in 2011) are from the South Indian state of Kerala, followed by migrants from Tamil Nadu.
  1. How many nationalities are there in the UAE.
  • Most expatriates in the United Arab Emirates reside in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. A number of expatriates settled in the country prior to independence. The UAE is home to over 200 nationalities. Emiratis constitute roughly 10% of the total population, making UAE home to one of the world’s highest percentage of immigrants.
  1. How many countries are in UAE.
  • The United Arab Emirates is a federation of hereditary absolute monarchies. It is governed by a Federal Supreme Council made up of the seven emirs of Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah, Dubai, Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Qaiwain.
  1. Is UAE safe to travel.
  • The crime rate is extremely low in the United Arab Emirates, although of course one must use common sense. There are a couple of things you should be aware of that have to do with drug laws in the UAE. Some common painkillers in western countries are illegal narcotics in the UAE like codeine.
  1. How many Filipinos are in UAE.
  • Filipinos in the United Arab Emirates. Filipinos in the United Arab Emirates are migrants or descendants of the Philippines living in the United Arab Emirates.679,819 Filipinos live in the UAE, of which 450,000live in Dubai, and they form 21.3% of the population of Dubai.
  1. Is Qatar a part of the united arab emirates.
  • QatarUnited Arab Emiratesrelations are the relations between Qatarand theUnited Arab Emirates (UAE). The UAE has an embassy in Doha while Qatarmaintains an embassy in Abu Dhabi and a consulate in Dubai. Both countries share a naval border and are part of the Arabic-speaking Persian Gulf region.

SOUTH AFRICA

  1. How many Indians are in south Africa.
  • Hinduism is found in various provinces of South Africa, but primarily in KwaZulu-Natal. Approximately 1.22% or 551,669of the South African population professed to be Hindu, according to the 2001 census. This is the largest concentration of Hindus in Africa after Mauritius.
  1. What race is the majority in south Africa.
  • According to the 2011 Census, 79.2% of South Africans (41 million) were ‘Black Africans’, 8.9% were Coloured (62 million), 8.9% were white (4.59 million), 2.5% were ‘Indian or Asian’ (1.29 million) and only 0.2% (280.4 thousand) who declared another race.
  1. What is the main religion in south Africa.
  • The major faiths practiced in South Africa are ChristianityIslamHinduism, traditional African religions and Judaism. European and other foreign settlers brought most of these religions. Traditional African religion is very popular and arrived here with our North and West African ancestors.Feb 8, 2017.
  1. Is south Africa a developed or a developing country.
  • It’s a great countryof a mixed economy and development, both partly developedand partly developing country, yet it is poorer in general than Eastern Europe. … I think to some extend South Africa is a developed country. It has all the infrastructures for a nation to be called developed.
  1. What do they eat in south Africa.
  • For many South Africans meatis the centre of any meal. The Khoisan ate roastedmeat, and they also dried meat for later use. The influence of their diet is reflected in the common Southern African love of barbecue (generally called in South Africa by its Afrikaans name, a “braai”) and biltong (dried preserved meat).
  1. How do they dress in south Africa.
  • In East Africa, the kanzu is the traditional dressworn by Swahili speaking men. Women wear the kanga and the gomesi. In Southern Africa distinctive shirts are worn, like the long dresses they wear. For instance, South Africa is known for the Madiba shirt, whereas, Zimbabwe is known for the safari shirt.

UK

  1. How many Indians are in UK.
  • The United Kingdom Census 2011 recorded 1,451,862, residents of Indian ethnicity, accounting for 2.3 per cent of the total UK population (not including those of mixed ethnic backgrounds). The equivalent figure from the 2001 Census was 1,053,411(1.8 per cent of the total UK population).
  1. How many irish people are there in the UK.
  • Today, millions of residents of Great Britain are either from Ireland or have Irish ancestry. It is estimated that as many as six million people living in the UK have at least one Irishgrandparent (around 10% of the UK population).
  1. How many black people are in the UK.
  • In the 2001 Census, 565,876 people in the United Kingdom had reported their ethnicity as “Black Caribbean”, 485,277 as “Black African”, and 97,585 as “Black Other”, making a total of 1,148,738 “Black or Black British” residents. This was equivalent to 2 per cent of the UK population at the time.
  1. What is the percentage of immigrants in the UK.
  • The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimate that in 2016, 9.2 million people living in the UK were born abroad, around 14%of the total population of the UK. Of these, 3.5 million were from countries now in the European Union and 5.6 million were from non-EU countries.
  1. How many muslims are there in the UK.
  • The real answer is just one in twenty – but Britons believe it to be almost one in six. That would mean there were almost 10 million Muslimsin the UK when in reality there are 8 million. Britons also think the UK’s Muslim population is growing much faster than it is.Dec 15, 2016
  1. How many foreigners are in the UK.
  • There are eight million foreignersliving in the UK. Conclusion.
    There are an estimated eight million people who were born abroad living in the UK, although according to the census that was already the case in 2011. “8 million foreigners living in Britain”Aug 26, 2015