Population of Shantipur 2019

Shantipur is a city in the state of West Bengal. The town has been proclaimed a city as of late. The fortification region of this city, otherwise called Daak-Gharh is thought to have been made by Raja Krishnachandra of Nadia. Rashtra is an acclaimed festival of the town. The city is renowned for handloom sarees from old time.

population of Shantipur 2019

After the partition, numerous weavers originated from Dhaka of Bangladesh and began to dwell here in Phulia district, which is a Panchayat region of Shantipur. One can discover the colors and patterns found in antiquated times still reflected in the pieces of clothing delivered in the immense textile belt of the country.


To get the exact population figure of Shantipur in 2019, the city’s population of the past 5 years should be checked. They are as per the following:

  1. 2014 – 204,327
  2. 2015 – 221,846
  3. 2016 – 240,912
  4. 2017 – 256,887
  5. 2018 – 273,389

The population of Shantipur from the year 2014-18 is displayed above and it is seen that the population increases by 69,062 in about the last 5 years. As per average, the population of the city increment by 13,812.4 every year. The population of Shantipur in 2019 is expected to be 273,389 + 13,812.4 = 287,201.4. So, the population of Shantipur in 2019 according to estimates = 287,201.4.

Shantipur Population 2019 –287,201.4. (estimated).


According to reports of the year 2011, the population of Shantipur city is 151,777. The male and female population is 77,011 and 74,766. In terms of literates in Shantipur, there are 111,806 literates with 59,588 literate males 52,218 literate females. The literacy rate of Shantipur is 80.90 percent with male and female literacy at 84.94 and 76.73 percent. The sex ratio is at 971 females for 1000 males.


The population density of Shantipur is 11,000 persons per square kilometer. 9.8% is the population growth rate in the last decade of Shantipur. On an average, the population growth rate of the city is just about 1%. The pace of growth is estimated to be the same for a few years for now.


  1. Since old times, the city and the encompassing area has been popular for handloom saris. The handloom weaving style is one of a kind out here and it is broadly known as Santipuri Sari.

  2. After the partition India, Bengal was part into two noteworthy locales. West Bengal turned into a part of India and East Bengal turned out to be East Pakistan (Bangladesh). Numerous talented weavers from Dhaka, in current day Bangladesh, moved into West Bengal and settled around Shantipur and Kalna. Both are generally prestigious places for making hand-woven textures sold all over the nation. Via government boost for Indian handicrafts, the weaving network gradually developed and flourished.

  3. There is a special type of celebrating Kali worship as a hand-painted picture of the god known as Pateshwari which means drawing of the divinity on a piece of material. The god is worshiped for 3 days amid the Rash Utsav. The second day of worship is set apart by the sacrifice made on a goat. It is then fused into the numerous festive meals and imparted to the community to the point that the celebration closes.

  4. Upon the arrival of Rashyatra, the primary celebration of the town, every one of them is taken out in a fabulous parade around the city with drums and other celebration. Inquisitively, every one of the honored positions is lit with the deep-rooted Belgium glass chandeliers and crystal fixtures, rather than electric lighting, even right up till the present time.

  5. Babla is one of the well-known places for pilgrims around the city.