Punjab is a significant producer of various crops, including chili. The state's diverse agro-climatic conditions contribute to its chili cultivation.
15.88 Thousand Metric Tonne.
Assam, with its diverse climate and soil types, is a notable contributor to India's chili production. The state's agricultural activities are spread across various districts.
19.65 Thousand Metric Tonne.
Tamil Nadu, with its varied agro-climatic zones, is known for chili cultivation. The state's agricultural practices contribute to its production levels.
21.59 Thousand Metric Tonne.
Gujarat is a significant chili-producing state, and its agricultural landscape, which includes regions like Saurashtra and Kutch, is favorable for chili cultivation.
22.36 Thousand Metric Tonne.
Maharashtra, with its diverse geography, is a major chili-producing state. The state's agricultural practices, including those in regions like Nashik and Solapur, contribute to chili cultivation.
23.73 Thousand Metric Tonne.
Odisha has a significant presence in chili cultivation. The state's agricultural sector benefits from its coastal regions as well as the interior areas.
69.26 Thousand Metric Tonne.
Karnataka is known for its chili cultivation, with regions like Gulbarga and Bijapur being important contributors. The state's agro-climatic conditions favor chili production.
1.84 Lakh Metric Tonne.
With its fertile soil and suitable climate, Madhya Pradesh is known for chili cultivation. The state's agricultural practices make it conducive to chili production.
2.97 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Telangana contributes nearly 25% of total chilli production in India. The state's semi-arid climate and fertile soil make it suitable for chili cultivation.
1.57 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Andhra Pradesh is theu largest chili-producing state in India. Andhra alone accounts for 15% of the total chilli production in the world.
7 Lakh Metric Tonne.