All-India HPI1 (base 2010-11=100) has sequentially increased to 223.2 in Q4:2015-16 from 221.7 in Q3:2015-16.
The rate of increase (Y-o-Y) of All-India HPI has, however, moderated since Q1:2015-16. During Q4:2015-16, it has sharply fallen to 5.2 per cent from 9.7 per cent in the previous quarter and 17.5 per cent a year ago.
In Q4:2015-16, on an annual basis, Chennai witnessed maximum increase of 12.1 per cent; whereas Jaipur witnessed maximum contraction (-10.3 per cent).
Sequentially (i.e., Q4:2015-16 over Q3:2015-16), HPI of Bengaluru increased by 5.5 per cent; whereas HPI for Kochi declined by 8.0 per cent. Only 4 cities (Bengaluru, Chennai, Lucknow and Delhi) witnessed sequential increase in HPI.