Coimbatore is a district in Tamil Nadu State of India. It has a total of 5 Taluks in this district. The district has an total area of 4,732 sq km. There are 69 towns and 237 villages in this district.. Coimbatore population is estimated to be 4,806,683 in 2023.Coimbatore is one of districts of Tamil Nadu in India, Coimbatore District population in 2023 is 4,806,683 (estimates as per aadhar uidai.gov.in Dec 2023 data). As per 2011 census of India, Coimbatore District has a population of 3,458,045 in 2011 out of which 1,729,297 are male and 1,728,748 are female. Population of Coimbatore in 2022 is estimated to be 4,564,620 inhabitants. Literate people are 2,635,907 out of 1,394,790 are male and 1,241,117 are female. People living in Coimbatore District depend on multiple skills, total workers are 1,567,950 out of which men are 1,083,125 and women are 484,825. Total 75,411 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 49,412 are cultivated by men and 25,999 are women. 201,351 people works in agricultural land as labor, men are 105,640 and 95,711 are women. Coimbatore District sex ratio is 1,000 females per 1000 of males. Next Coimbatore District Census will be in 2022-2023.
The district has an total area of 4,732 sq km., 1628.12 sq km is urban and 3104 sq km is rural. Out of total population of Coimbatore, 3,838,430 in the district, 2,618,940 are in urban area and 839,105 are in rural area. 715,878 households are in urban, 242,157 are in rural area. 2,080,942 literate people are in urban, 554,965 are in rural area.
The most spoken Language in Coimbatore is Tamil.
The Coimbatore average altitude (elevation) 404 Meters above sealevel.
Taluk is the local administrative division mostly a town or city, Below is the Coimbatore District District Taluks list in the state of Tamil Nadu, Taluk can be considered as sub-districts, As on the last 2011 census, Coimbatore District is divided into 5 Taluks.
According to 2011 Census of India, Coimbatore District District Taluks population, Below is the list of Coimbatore District Taluks househods, total population and as per male and female statistics.