Bengaluru’s ward level population data

Bengaluru has 198 wards spread over an area of almost 800 sq kilometres.

Here are the population figures of the city, ward-wise. Also included are the male and female population, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe population, and area of each ward.

This data has been obtained from the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Bangalore district and is based on the 2001 census. Click each image to see the expanded table showing all of the data for each ward.

ward 1-38

Wards 1-38

ward 39-79

Wards 39-79

ward 80-120

Wards 80-120

ward 121-161

Wards 121-161

ward 162-198

Wards 162-198

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