Top Ten Cities To Live In India In 2023
May 20, 2023, 17:17 IST
Here are the top 10 cities to live in India in 2023
Surat is not only India's most rapidly expanding city, but also the world's. It is regarded as the world's diamond capital, and hundreds of thousands of people work in the industry today. If that wasn't enough of a reason to make it to the top of the list of best cities to live in India.
One of modern India's first planned city, Chandigarh is well-known for its architecture and urban design. Chandigarh, referred to as the City of Gardens, is close to some of India's best hill stations, including Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, and Dalhousie. So, if you live in the city, you will never run out of the weekend ideas and locations.
Pune, also known as the Oxford of the East, has recently emerged as the Indian city with the highest standard for living. In the past few years, the city has established itself as a major educational and industrial hub, as well as the cultural capital of Maharashtra.
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From historic sites to jammed shopping malls, Mughal gardens to the Delhi University campus, the capital city has many personalities, gaining it the tagline 'The good, the bad, and the ugly.'
India's Silicon Valley is also the country's second fastest-growing major metropolitan area. According to Mercer's 2017 standard of living rankings, Bengaluru is ranked as the third best city in India to live and work in 2017 and has an international score of 146.
Hyderabad, a densely populated metropolis with people hurrying in and out of cafes, workplaces, temples, and even nothing, is quickly becoming South India's equivalent of New York. The Times of India stated in 2015 that Hyderabad is one of the best cities in India.
Chennai, India's fourth-biggest city, is crowded with temples, churches, and beaches. The streets are always full with activity, and the nightlife is everything a young person dreams of. Lonely Planet placed the land of Dravidians and Indian classical dance as the world's ninth best cosmopolitan city.
Mumbai, Maharashtra's capital, is known by many names, like 'Financial Capital of India,' 'The Maximum City,' 'Land of Bollywood,' 'The Dream City,' and many more. Despite the fact that it is India's most populous city, with slums and traffic jams, the stunning sunsets, courageous people, and upbeat lifestyle will never cease to surprise you.
Gandhinagar, Gujarat's capital city, welcomes all visitors with a rich heritage of culture, beautiful temples, and a tranquil environment.
Kochi, situated alongside the beach, is a full-service commercial port with a trading past dating back at least six hundred years and is still Kerala's monetary hub today. Kochi is all about the atmosphere of serenity in a cosmopolitan city.