**Python’s List Object type** is quite useful for storing data while dealing with Scientific Computations where large amount of data need to be processed. Anyway, in this article => I’ll discuss **How to find index of Maximum Element in a Python List?**

Now there can be two possible scenarios in which List have just **Maximum Number** once and other can be a situation where list have same **maximum numbers twice**. [16, 82, 9, 17, 72, 72, 60, 72] this list have **Maximum Number = 72** three times, so for this list Python Program should return three index values 4, 5, 7. Similarly [7, 8, 19, 6, 1] list have **Maximum Number = 19** just once, so for this list Python Program should return 2.

Quite Simple, **Just need to write a Python Program which takes care of multiple occurrences of Maximum Number in List**. Let’s get into Python Code now for Finding Maximum Number’s Index in a List.

```
# Python Program to Find Largest number indexes in List
a_list = [8, 91, 28, 91, 2, 6] # Define List
largest_number = max(a_list) # Largest Number in Python List
indexes_of_largest_number = []
for i in range(len(a_list)):
if a_list[i] == largest_number:
indexes_of_largest_number.append(i)
print("Indexes of Minimum Number in Python List are => ", indexes_of_largest_number)
```

**Output of Above Code**

`Indexes of Minimum Number in Python List are => [1, 3]`