Population of Tiruppur 2019

Tiruppur is a city in the Kongu Nadu locale of Tamil Nadu. It is the regulatory central station of Tiruppur region and the fourth biggest city by region in the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is a noteworthy textile and knitwear center point, adding to 90% of aggregate cotton knitwear sends out from India. The textile industry gives work to more than six lakh individuals and added to sends out worth ₹200 billion in 2014-15.

population of Tiruppur 2019

The city of Tirupur was a noticeable Roman trade course that associated east and west banks of India. The city is popular for producing large amounts of shirts, pants, jeans and other wearable’s and are exported to different parts of the country.


To know precisely the number of inhabitants in Tiruppur in the year 2019, the population figures of the past 5 years should be checked. They are as per the following:

  1. 2014 – 910,405
  2. 2015 – 929,414
  3. 2016 – 951,296
  4. 2017 – 968,498
  5. 2018 – 985,364

The population of Tiruppur from the time frame of 2014-18 has been listed above and it is noticed that the population increases by 74,959 in the span of the last 5 years. In terms of average, the population goes up by about 14,991.8 every year. The population of Tiruppur in 2019 is estimated to be 985,364 + 14,991.8 = 1000,355.8. So, the population of Tiruppur in the year 2019 as per estimates = 1000,355.8.

Tiruppur Population 2019 –1000,355.8. (estimated).


The sex ratio in the city of Tiruppur is 955 females for 1000 males. The child sex ratio is 966 for 1000 males. According to reports of Census India, Tiruppur had a population of 877,778 in 2011. According to the religion data of 2011, Hindus comprised 86.05%, 10.36% Muslims, 3% Christians, 0.03% Sikhs, and 0.01% follow no religion or did not show any religious inclination.


The population density of Tiruppur is 16,336 persons per square kilometer. As per the last reports of 2011, the population growth of Tiruppur was around 29%. It is a significant number in terms of growth and this is set to increase in the coming years and leading to a growth in population.


  1. After the annihilation of Tipu Sultan in the Anglo-Mysore Wars, the Company added the area into the Madras Presidency in 1799.

  2. Tiruppur was a horticultural town with watered homesteads and the agriculturists turned out to be small proprietors of different textile related units amid the 1970s. The boom in the textile business prompted a development of the city into a noteworthy textile center point.

  3. The climate in the city is tropical with temperatures fluctuating between 35 to 22 °C. The midyear happens amid the months of March and May when the climate is hot and dry. The most extreme temperature amid the midyear months is around 35 °C and the minimum is 29 °C.

  4. The city is controlled by Tiruppur Municipal Corporation headed by a leader. Tiruppur Municipality was set up in 1917 and was moved up to a municipal corporation in 2008. The city is separated into 60 wards. Each ward is under by a counselor who is chosen by the direct election and the chairman of Tiruppur is chosen by councilors.

  5. Tiruppur as a city is otherwise called the knitwear capital of India, representing 90% of the country’s cotton knitwear trade. It has prodded up the textile industry for as far back as three decades. It adds to an enormous measure of outside trade in India.