10 Richest Cities In India
India is a nation famous for its tradition; it has 29 states and 7 union territories. India is a fast growing country with 1.3 billion People. The main supremacy of this nation is the Youth power that’s why it is known as the ‘Youngistan’. Today we have the best talent in every field whether in sports or in education. India has the 4th longest railway networks and 3rd strongest army in the world. In Ancient time period, India was known as the ‘Golden Bird’. But Britishers ruled over India for 200 years and ate India’s wealth like a termite.
At that time, nobody thought that India will regain the position and improve it’s financial condition. After so many struggles India fought back and stands as a powerful nation. Since 1947, India faces the serious troubles like poverty, malnutrition, corruption and inadequate public health care but in just 70 years it has strongly overcome to these problems. Now India is in the list of top 10 countries having largest economy.
Current Position of India
- At largest economy, India holds the 6th position in the world.
- India is the second populous country in the world after China.
- In terms of area, India is at the 7th
According to Gross Domestic Product, these are the Top 10 Richest Cities In India; check your city holds rank in this list or not?
10 Richest Cities In India
Visakhapatnam is the largest city of Andhra Pradesh and this city is famous for its seaports and beaches. It’s one of the famous beaches is Ramakrishna beach, this beach is the centre of attraction of Visakhapatnam. Residents of this city earn their living through fishing. It is one of the 100 fastest growing cities of the world and it’s GDP is 26 Billion USD.
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Surat is known as the diamond hub and also the commercial centre for textiles. Surat is the 3rd cleanest city of India and 4th fastest growing city in the world. It has 41000 power looms, 380 dyeing and printing mills and it’s GDP is 40 Billion USD and by 2020 it will be around $57 Billion as estimated by The City Mayors Foundation. The most important fact about Surat is 90% of the total rough diamonds in the world are cut and polished in Surat and 99.9% of India.
Pune is popular for the number of IT and automobile companies have been there. Pune is the largest hub for German Industries with more than 250 German companies. It is the second largest metropolis in Maharashtra with the GDP of 48 Billion USD. Pune is situated at a height of 1840 ft. above sea level on the west of Deccan plateau.
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Ahmedabad is the 6th largest city of India and one of the most vibrant cities of Gujarat. It is the largest supplier of denim, gems and jewelry. It is located on the banks of Sabarmati River and many major international companies having their base in Ahmedabad. It has the GDP of 64 Billion USD.
Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu and it is one of the most visited Indian cities by foreign tourists. National Geographic ranked Chennai’s food as second best in the world and it’s GDP is 66 Billion USD. Chennai is the biggest electronic exporter of India and the second largest exporter of IT related services. Ford, Nissan, BMW etc. have their headquarters in Chennai.
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Hyderabad is 5th largest contributor to India’s total GDP with an out of 74 Billion USD. It is also known as the City of Pearls and it is the 3rd best city of India for tourism. It has offices of Google, IBM, Amazon and other international companies. Hyderabad is also famous for its traditional markets like Laad Bazaar, Begum Bazaar and Sultan Bazaar.
Bengaluru ‘The Capital of Karnataka’ is also known as the Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore employs about 35% of the Information Technology (IT) professionals in the country. Companies like Infosys, ISRO, Wipro, HAL etc. having their headquarters in this city. Bengaluru is the second fast growing metropolis in India and it’s GDP is 83 Billion USD.
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Kolkata is the capital of West Bengal and the ex capital of India. It is the major commercial hub of North-East India. ITC limited, UCO Bank and Allahabad Bank having their headquarters in this city. It is located on the east bank of the Hooghly River. Kolkata is the 3rd most productive metropolitan area in India with a GDP of 150 Billion USD.
Delhi ‘The Capital of India’ is the world’s 3rd largest city in terms of population. It is the largest commercial centre of India and the second most productive metro area in India. In Delhi’s GDP, more than 80% were contributed by the Service sector. Cities like Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad etc. comes under NCR and the GDP of Delhi is 167 Billion USD.
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Mumbai is also known as the Mahanagri and the entertainment capital of India. Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra and handles over 70 % transactions of the nation’s economy. With 21.3 million people, it holds the position of 2nd most populous city in the world. Reliance Industries Limited, Tata Group and Aditya Birla, the 3 largest industries of India operate out of Mumbai. Mumbai contributes more than 6% of the total Indian economy and it has the GDP of 209 Billion USD.
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