Based on thorough research, we estimate that there are roughly 10,000 Ahmadi’s in all of India by 2021. About 800 in Kashmir and another 3,681 (see Nicholas Evans work) in Qadian and roughly another 6600 in the rest of India. Nicholas Evans conducted anthropological field work at Qadian in 2011 and was told about the convert numbers of 2008-2010. This was given to him by the main admin offices at Qadian. Remember, back in 2001, Mirza Tahir Ahmad was announcing 40 million new Ahmadi’s from India alone. We knew Ahmadiyya mullahs totally lied and now we have additional proof of it. Finally, we seriously doubt there were even 1726 Indian’s converted to Ahmadiyya in this 3 year period, we estimate it was barely 200-300, and even those people were poor and in need.
Ahmadiyya communities in East Punjab?
In the Punjab area, East Punjab, there are barely any Muslims historically, since most of the Muslims migrated to Pakistan in 1947.
Ahmadiyya in Hoshiarpur?
—Hoshiarpur, Bank Bazar, Old Kanak Mandi, Hoshiarpur, Punjab 146001, India.
Ahmadiyya in Kerala? South India?
A Qadiani-Ahmadi is made a judge
Dr Kauser Edappagath served as the Principal District and Sessions Judge in #Ernakulam before his recent appointment to the High Court in Kerala.
Ahmadiyya in Chennai, East India?
In 2008, Mirza Masroor Ahmad visited India and Chennai. The Ahmadiyya jamaat seems to have 1 masjid in Chennai, India. It is called Masjid Haadi. In fact, the Khalifa opened this mosque in 2008, they don’t seem to have had any masjid before 2008. He was the first Khalifa to ever visit Chennai, India. They have 2 mission houses also, in Kodambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu and in Adambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Ahmadiyya in occupied Kashmir
We estimate barely 800 Ahmadi’s in all of Kashmir by 2021.
100,000 Ahmadis in India – Hindustan Times 
150,000 Ahmadis in India – The Economics Times 
In a meeting with the national Khuddam Amla of India on 10th April 2021, Mirza Masroor Ahmed provided a hint for the actual population in India by asking the Atfal tajnid:
Addressing mohtamim Atfal, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih aa asked how many Atfal there were and what plans were made for their tarbiyat. He replied that there were 3,343 Atfal and that they had prepared various classes to help ensure their progress and tarbiyat.
This presents a tangible, concrete figure to work with. We now know that Ahmadi males in India between ages of 7-15 are 3,343 exactly. We can now use census data to estimate the remainder of the population in India, assuming that the Ahmadi population in India does not differ significantly in relevant demographics from the rest of India. Using age and sex data from the 2011 Indian census, we found out that males aged 6-15 are 11.2% of the Indian population.
This stat can be used to calculate the total Ahmadiyya population in India. We simply need to divide 3,343 with 11.2% and we get total Ahmadiyya population in India is 29,814. This is far less than my own estimate or any of the published estimates.
An additional tidbit from the same meeting is that the combined total Khuddam and Atfal waqifeen-e-nau in India are 2,484. This sounds a reasonable 10% of the 29,814 Ahmadiyya population in India.
It had been 2 months since I last did a post on the incorrectness of Ahmadiyya population estimates. I thought I shouldn’t disappoint my dear friend u/abidmirza90 too much and post something on population straight away. Cheers.
Links and Related Essay’s
Pics of the Ahmadiyya school in Asnoor, Kashmir, India
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