Frequent question: What is ideal height for a girl in India?

According to a survey conducted by Ipsos in May 2019 regarding the most important attributes in a person to be considered beautiful, about 44 percent of the Indian respondents considered a height range between 5’1 and 5’4 to be ideal amongst women.

Is 5 feet good height for a girl in India?

Average height of Indian female is 5 feet… So 5 feet 2 inches is not short for women, it is just average one. In north India especially UP and Bihar, most adult girls attain an average height of 5.1. About 30–40 are between 5.2 and 5.4.

Is 5’2 a good height for a girl in India?

5′2 is quite normal hight in case of indian women. Its not short as average women height in india is 5ft and 5′5 in case of men. Its ok untill unless u have to be in Carreer specific to heights.

Is 5.5 feet tall for a girl?

Originally Answered: Is 5.5 (1.68cm) feet too tall for a girl? there is no such measure as “Too “ tall or “Too” short . This is your natural size . It simply means you will probably end up with a taller mate than someone that is short but not neccessarily so.

Is 5 feet 8 inches a good height for girl?

Yes. It’s a little on the short side, especially if you live in a western nation where the national medians are around 5′10, 5′11. That said, most women are shorter than 5′8, with national medians typically being around 5′6, so the issue is not your height.

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Is being 5’7 tall for a girl?

Yes, she would definitely be considered tall. The average height for a woman in the US is 5′ 3″ 1/2. The standard deviation is about 2.7 inches. So a woman who is 5′ 7″ is more than one standard deviation above the mean, so she is taller than at least ~85% of the woman in the US.

Is five feet short for a girl?

5 feet 8 and above is the height that is considered tall for women. This means that. Again, this doesn’t mean that the height below that are short as heights between 5ft 3 to 5’8 are also considered decent heights for women.

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