As per the recent Ease of Living Index, City of Pune has emerged as the best city to live in India. The Ease of Living survey was first of its kind in India and released by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
Pune is home to educational institutions,engineering industries and software companies, attract students and professionals from India and overseas.
Navi Mumbai is one of the largest planned cities in the world and attracting large numbers of citizens. This new urban township of Mumbai is home to various educational institutions, IT companies and business hub.
Greater Mumbai is a satellite town and among the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. Mumbai Metropolitan Region consists of nine municipal corporations.
Tirupati is the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites and famous for Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The city also named as Best Heritage City of India by Ministry of Tourism.
Chandigarh is unique in every terms, capital of two states of Haryana and Punjab but governed directly by the Union Government. The city reported as one of the cleanest in India and also has one of the highest per capita income in the country.
Thane is a metropolitan city of Maharashtra and neighbour of Mumbai city. The district is also the most industrialised district in India.
The capital city of Raipur is one of the fastest growing city of India and has become the educational hub of the state. Naya Raipur is the administrative capital and known for urban design and architecture.
Vijayawada on the banks of river Krishna is a densely populated city of Andhra Pradesh. The city is well known for Prakasham Barrage as a landmark, Kanaka Durga Temple and Bhavani Island.
Bhopal also known as the city of lakes as well as listed as one of the greenest cities in India. The city is going to developed as a smart city and home of many universities, educational and research institutions.
The list may also include cities of Pimpri Chinchwad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Shillong and Kohima.