Mumbai - aka Bollywood-Town, the Hindi film industry based in Mumbai, produces around 200–250 films every year. The name Bollywood is a blend of Bombay and Hollywood.
Delhi-NCR - Delhi is the largest commercial centre in northern India and with the wide network of road and infrastructure.
Bangalore -aka silicon valley of India due to best start-up eco-system and IT export hub.
Hyderabad - Hyderabad was historically known as a pearl and diamond trading centre, and it continues to be known as the City of Pearls. It also contributes the largest campus in India.
Ahmedabad- Largest producer of cotton & jewellery in India. Also known for doing business with ethical business practice.
Chennai - It is one of the biggest cultural, economic and educational centres in South India.Chennai attracts 45 percent of health tourists visiting India, it is termed "India's health capital".
Kolkata- aka Business capital of Eastern-India, Kolkata is also known for its literary, artistic, and revolutionary heritage; as the former capital of India, it was the birthplace of modern Indian literary and artistic thought.
Surat - Diamond capital of India, Surat is also famous for its food & textile. An old saying in Gujarati, "Surat nu Jaman ane Kashi nu Maran", means "Eat in Surat and Die in Kashi" to have the best for one's soul.
Pune - aka the 2nd business capital of Maharashtra. Pune also known as "Motor City". Suitable for Mechanical Engineers. Pune climate also better than Mumbai.
Jaipur - It is also known as the Pink City of India due to tourist attraction, Jaipur is a major hub for arts and crafts.
Lucknow - Capital of Uttar-Pradesh with the largest city of UP. The major industries in the Lucknow urban agglomeration include aeronautics, machine tools, distillery chemicals, furniture and Chikan embroidery. It is also known as home for VIP's of UP's
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