Lok Sabha seats in India | State-wise composition | interesting facts

Lok Sabha is the lower house of the parliament of India. There are a total of 543 seats in the Lok Sabha currently. Let’s take a look at the state-wise composition of seats.

An image of the current Parliament of India which houses the Lok Sabha

Number of Lok Sabha constituencies by state

StateNumber of Lok Sabha seats
1 Andhra Pradesh 25
2 Arunachal Pradesh 2
3Assam14
4Bihar40
5Chhattisgarh11
6Goa 2
7Gujarat 26
8Harayana10
9Himachal Pradesh4
10Jharkhand14
11Karnataka 28
12Kerala20
13Madhya Pradesh29
14Maharashtra48
15Manipur2
16Meghalaya2
17Mizoram1
18Nagaland1
19Odisha21
20Punjab13
21Rajasthan25
22Sikkim1
23Tamil Nadu39
24Telangana17
25Tripura2
26Uttar Pradesh80
27Uttarakhand5
28West Bengal42
Total– 524

Number of Lok Sabha constituencies by Union Territories

1Andaman and Nicobar islands1
2Chandigarh1
3Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu2
4Jammu and Kashmir5
5Ladakh1
6Lakshadweep1
7National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) 7
8Puducherry1
Total– 19

Some interesting facts

  • Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu became a single union territory on 26 January 2020.
  • Uttar Pradesh has the most number of Lok Sabha seats among all the states and UTs in India. There are 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh.
  • Maharashtra has the second highest number of Lok Sabha seats, 48.
  • There were two nominated seats for Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha till 2020. The two seats are now abolished.
  • There are 7seats from capital Delhi.

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