India famous cities
India is renowned for its huge population, with maximum people residing in the cities of India.
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There are 23 cities in India, having a population of over million residents.
Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta, and Chennai are the four main cities of India.
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The capital city of India Delhi is actually comprised of two cities.
Old Delhi and New Delhi.
It is most likely the city with the biggest number of historical monuments in the world, mostly belonging to the Mughal era.
Hyderabad is also gaining recognition as one of the important cities of India in the contemporary period.
In the last few years Hyderabad, capital of Andhra Pradesh, is competing with Chennai as the movie center of India. Bangalore is considered today as the technology center of India, popularly known as silicon city of India.
Most of the high technology companies that operate in India are centered in Bangalore.
Bangalore is also called `garden city`.
It is very clean compared to other Indian cities. It is also seen as the most westernized city in India because of the pubs and western style shopping center.
Kolkata was considered in the past as the center of Indian culture and intellectuals.
Some of the famous modern India philosophers, like Swami Vivekananda, were centered in Calcutta.
Today Calcutta is seen as the most polluted and culturally superior city of India. In the early 1990s Mumbai became the most populated city of India and is in many fields the center of India.
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan state is also significant among other cities of India. It has a population of more than 2,5 million.
It is also called the `Pink City` and is remarkable for its spectacular architecture and city planning.
It is the only town in the world, which is segregated into nine rectangular sectors.
According to `shilpa shastra`-epochal treatise of Hindu architecture, it symbolizes nine segments of world.