Ambala is a city in the state of Haryana, situated on the border with Punjab and in the vicinity to the state capital of Chandigarh. It has a huge Indian Army and Indian Air Force presence inside its cantonment zone. The city isolates the Ganges river network from the Indus waterway network and is encompassed by two waterways in the form of Ghaggar and Tangri toward the north and the south.
Ambala Cantonment was made in the year of 1843 after the British left Karnal Cantonment because of the malaria epidemic that took place in 1841 and also there were no powerful intends to curb malaria in that time.
POPULATION OF AMBALA IN 2019:
To get the actual population numbers of Ambala in the year 2019, we need to find the population of the previous 5 years. They are as follows:
- 2014 – 250,000
- 2015 – 281,284
- 2016 – 310,446
- 2017 – 351,439
- 2018 – 386,391
With the population numbers of Ambala from 2014-18 shown above; there is a noticeable increase in 136,391 in the past 5 years. As per the given figures, every year it is seen that the population increases by 27,278.2. Therefore, the population of Ambala in 2019 is expected to be 386,391 + 27,278.2 = 413,669.2. So, the population of Ambala in 2019 as per estimated data = 413,669.2.
Ambala Population 2019 –413,669.2. (estimated).
DEMOGRAPHY OF AMBALA:
As per the census of 2011, the city had a population of about 207,934, comprising of 112,840 males and about 95,094 females. There were around 20,687 kids in the age group of 0-6 and the city had a literacy rate of 90%, with 91.76% males and 86.41% of female’s proficient. The population of kids under 6 in the city is 11% and among them, 54% in boys and 46% are young girls. There are around 42 thousand families out here in Ambala and about 5 people live in each family.
POPULATION DENSITY AND GROWTH OF AMBALA:
The population density of Ambala is 5716 persons per square kilometer. The population has expanded by 40% in the previous 10 years. In 2001 the population of the city of Ambala was around 1.4 lakh. The population growth rate of females in the city is 41.8%, which is almost 3.2% higher as compared to the male population growth rate of 38.6%. The population of the General caste has gone up by 34.6% and the population of children has expanded by 31.7% in Ambala since last evaluation.
FACTS ABOUT AMBALA:
Cloth Market is the appeal of Ambala, which draws customers from encompassing zones. The market has a thick bunch of 900-1000 shops. The territories encompassing the market flourish with this market for occupation. The market gives a wide range of fabric fitting related and other transportation occupations to semi-urban territories around.
It was provided the status of a district in the year 1847, shaped by the converging of the jagir bequests of free chieftains whose regions had been reallocated by the British Indian Government. In its 160 long years of presence as a locale, Ambala has seen numerous adjustments in its boundaries.
Ambala Cantonment was made in the year of 1843 after the British left the Karnal Cantonment due to the malaria epidemic that took place in 1841 as there were no viable intends to control malaria during that time.
Ambala Air Force Base is one of the biggest and oldest airbases that were acquired from the British by the IAF. It was in this Airbase that Harvard and also Spitfires were flown.
The Ambala Cantt bus stand sees around 50,000 people each day.