The primary reasons for the population increase in India are higher poverty rates but increased access to better medical facilities and rise in immigration rates from the neighboring countries of Nepal and Bangladesh.
In the 20th century, there were high birth rates and high death rates, so the death rates were able to balance out the birth rates. Now that there is improvement in medicine and prevention, death rates have dropped. Growth is higher in urban areas than rural areas.
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