India’s Top 10 Fastest Growing and Emerging Cities
While India’s four capital cities are overcrowded and overcrowded, these tier-I and tier-II Indian towns are expanding and growing rapidly in terms of investment and economic growth.
Cuttack, Mangalore, Durg-Bhilai, Panchkula, Kanpur, Ranchi, Dehradun, and Noida are among the top 10 fastest developing Indian cities.
Bangalore is India’s IT capital, commonly known as the Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore is the country’s second-fastest-growing metropolitan metropolis.
Pune has grown into a major educational and IT centre, as well as an economic engine for a variety of other businesses. In 2017, the city was ranked second in India for quality of life, and it was also one of the fastest expanding cities in the Asia-Pacific area.
Hyderabad, the combined capital of the two states, is traditionally known for pearls, gems, and the Golconda fort and Charminar, among other structures. International IT businesses such as Apple and Microsoft have made the city one of their most favoured locations. In 2017, the city was also named one of the greatest places in India to live and work in.
Ghaziabad is a huge, well-planned industrial city that is part of Delhi’s National Capital Region. The is also called as Gateway of UP and ranked as rapid emerging cities of India and second fastest growing in the globe.
Surat is Gujarat’s economic hub and the world’s fourth fastest growing metropolis. The city is known for its cuisine, textiles, gems, and is India’s third cleanest city.
Faridabad is the largest city of Haryana and part of the National Capital Region of Delhi. The city of Faridabad has numerous Industrial Sectors, commercial centres and Residential tower and will be developed as a smart city.
Gurgaon is one of India’s fastest-growing cities, with a higher standard of living than Singapore and Hong Kong. The city sits in India’s National Capital Region and is a major financial and industrial powerhouse with the country’s third highest per capita income.
Gandhinagar, India’s capital, is also known as the “green garden city” and has been designated as one of the country’s smart cities. Between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, Gandhinagar is the hub of the Industrial Corridor.
Nashik is located near the foothills of the Western Ghats, on the banks of the Godavari River. The city hosts the Kumbh Mela, religious sites, and is known as India’s wine capital.
Chandigarh is India’s first modern planned city, renowned for its architecture and urban planning. The city is said to be one of the cleanest in India, as well as having the highest per capita income.
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