India is the home for some of the world’s most beautiful cities. Every day thousands of people visit India to explore its culture and tradition, infrastructure and beauty of India.
India is a developing country with a few smart cities and some other fastest-growing cities. Today in this write up we are going to list the top 15 fastest growing cities in India.
Surat is one of the fastest-growing cities in India. It was once known for silk weaving. Surat also used to have a large seaport. It is now a large commercial center for textiles. It is also the largest hub for diamond cutting and polishing. There are hundreds of shops trading in various types of fabrics.
It’s a very important economic hub with an annualized GDP growth rate of 11.5%. Surat once got “the best city” award. It is one of the smart cities to be developed under the “smart cities mission” of Prime Minister of India. The city is also the home to large information technology companies such as IBM, Microsoft, TCS, and HCL technologies.
The home to the Taj Mahal, Agra is one of the most mainstream urban communities in the territory of Uttar Pradesh. The city is a developing center for hospitality and is perfect for business in the travel industry, textile industry, automobile sector, etc.
Agra likewise has a flourishing small scale industry division associated with leather products and iron foundries
Bengaluru (or Bangalore) is the data innovation capital of India and is frequently marked as the Silicon Valley of India. A few major players in innovation and administrations, for example, are- Goldman Sachs, Cisco, HP, and other India giants such as Tata, Infosys, and Wipro have their activities set up in the city.
As the common center point for innovative new companies, Bengaluru has pulled in the most elevated quantum of start-up ventures at an annual average of US$4 billion in the course of the most recent three years.
Like Bangalore, Hyderabad also has situated itself as India’s significant innovation and pioneering center point. The city provides for more than 1500 IT organizations.
Hyderabad is otherwise called ‘City of Pearls’ for its popular exchanging focus of pearls. Other key businesses incorporate bio-pharmaceuticals, craft, and land.
Nagpur is a developing city and a significant industrial city in Maharashtra. Horticulture (specifically oranges and ayurvedic medicines) structures a huge portion of its economy. Different segments incorporate data innovation, transport frameworks, mining, and power generation.
Nagpur’s economy is also supported because of the presence of giants like Hyundai, Unitech, and Videocon washing machine plants. Nagpur is growing rapidly.
Tiruppur is India’s knitwear industry center point and records for around 46% of the absolute cotton knitwear clothing exports. Situated in the Indian province of Tamil Nadu, Tiruppur’s normal development is anticipated to ascend by 8.36% every year from 2019 to 2035.
Tiruppur’s multi-crore industry of textile is at present gazing at existential emergency because of the execution of GST and demonetization. But this city still holds the edge for growing at a rapid rate.
It is the fourth biggest city in Gujarat after Ahmedabad, Surat, and Vadodara. It is the 6th quickest developing urban territory in India and 22nd worldwide.
The city has a few small scale industries, including diesel engines, bearings, automotive parts, machine equipment, metal fashioning, foundries, and export of jewelry. The city is all around known for its casting and forging businesses.
Tiruchirappalli or Trichy is an industrial city in Tamil Nadu. A center point of educational, technological, and agriculture activities. The city brags of cutting edge production units like BHEL, which produces engineering tools and components.
Trichy is growing rapidly and may soon be the attraction to other businesses around the world.
The capital city of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, has the third-highest Gross Domestic Product per capita in India. The city is the focal point of nearly 40% of India’s automobile industry and is regularly called ‘the Detroit of India.’ It is additionally prevalent for programming, IT-empowered services, engineering, and procurements services. Other significant businesses incorporate petrochemicals, textile business, financial services, and leather products.
Vijayawada is the second biggest city and a significant metropolitan of Andhra Pradesh. The city is one of the significant business focuses of the state and is celebrated for the handling of rural items, for example, cotton and turmeric, vehicle components, equipment, material, consumer products, and small scale industries.
Gurugram is now one of India’s rapidly growing cities. This city is home to Fortune 500 companies in the world and has a better quality of life when compared to Hong Kong and Singapore. The city of Gurugram (Earlier Gurgaon) is a part of the Delhi-National Capital Region and is the hub to the industrial and financial sectors. Gurgram provides for the 3rd highest per capita income in India.
The Pink-City of Jaipur has one of the highest footfall of tourists from around the world. It is a very famous tourist city in Rajasthan with palaces, forts, royals, etc. The city of Jaipur is growing rapidly, with companies setting up their businesses in Jaipur. Main businesses relate to Textile, Tourism, and Jewelry.
Chhattisgarh’s largest city, Raipur is an upcoming hub for business activities in central India. Raipur with its impeccable infrastructure and road connectivity gives it an edge to provide home to big businesses and grow rapidly. Raipur is one of the richest cities of India and has the largest steel market in India
Kongunadu region’s largest city, Coimbatore is located on banks of river Noyyal and is surrounded by the Western Ghats. Coimbatore is also known as the Manchester of South India and is the fastest-growing tier-2 city in India.
Kozhikode is located on the Malabar coast (Kerala) and is also called “Calicut.” It is 2nd largest urban area present in India after Calcutta (Kolkata). It is home to several small scale industries but it on the verge of becoming home to the IT Industry and rapidly building cyber parks and inviting companies to work there.
CONCLUSION: India is a developing country and is leaving no stone unturned to pace-up the process. India alone has 17 fastest growing cities out of 20 in the world as per a survey of 2019.