As per the survey conducted by Swachh Survekshan 2018, Indore and Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh are again titled as India’s cleanest city followed by well planned Chandigarh and Vijayawada as cleanest city among big cities in the country with one million population.
Indore has been named again in 2018 as India’s cleanest city under Swachh Survekshan and was the cleanest city in India in 2017 as well.
The city is going to developed as a smart city and famus for historical Rajwada palace,Kanch Mandir and Annapurna Temple.
The capital city of Madhya Pradesh again ranked as India’s second cleanest city in 2018 in a row, followed by Chandigarh and also known as one of the greenest cities in India for its various natural and artificial lakes.
Chandigarh is the most unique city of India and governed directly by the Union Government. The union territory serves as the capital of Haryana and Punjab state, ranked third cleanest city in India based on a national government Swachh Survekshan survey.
Vijayawada lies on the banks of Krishna river and famous for Prakasham Barrage, Kanaka Durga Temple and the statue of Lord Hanuman in Paritala Anjaneya Temple.
Mysore city of Karnataka is noted for its heritage structures, Mysore Palace and Dasara festival.
Mysore Palace is the second most visited tourist attractions in India and the city also hosts seven other royal palaces named as Jaganmohan Palace,Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace, Rajendra Vilas Palace, Lalitha Mahal Palace, Cheluvamba Vilas Palace and Krishnarajendra Vilas Palace.
North: Bhalso, Punjab
East: Bundu, Jharkhand
North East: Kakching, Manipur
South: Siddipet, Telangana
West: Panchgani, Maharashtra
Kota is the best city in citizens feedback.
Nagpur and Aligarh are the best city in Innovation and Practices.
Navi Mumbai and Mangalore are the best city in solid waste management.
Ghaziabad, Bhusawal and Bhiwandi are two faster mover big cities of India.
Jharkhand bagged the first place as best performing state followed by Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.