How many Muslims are in India?

There are an estimated 40 million Muslims in India, making it one of the world’s largest Muslim communities.

But the question of the number of Muslims in the country is a controversial one, with some arguing that the number is exaggerated and others arguing that it’s the correct number.

The government says the census has only taken place once in India since 1971.

In 2016, the government said that there were 5.1 million Muslims.

A year later, the figure was 5.7 million.

But since then, the number has fluctuated between 6 million and 7 million.

There are also other groups who argue that the census is skewed and has no value.

A group called Hindu Bazaar said in a statement on Monday that “Muslims have been left out of the census for political reasons”.

The Hindu group says the Census Bureau is biased against Muslims.

“In the first phase, there was only a few Muslims but after that, the numbers started to increase,” said Sudhakar Gopinath, a spokesperson for Hindu Bazar.

“It’s not fair that the Muslim population was ignored in the census.

There is no reason for that.”

The survey also found that the proportion of Muslims living in the state of Maharashtra, which includes the state capital, Mumbai, is over 50 per cent.

According to the Census Department, India has an estimated 3.5 million Muslims, or approximately 16 per cent of the population.

The total population in India is estimated at about 40 million.

India has a Muslim population of around 7 million, according to the most recent estimates of the Centre for Research on Globalisation.