Top 5 biggest city in India


1.Mumbai:
Mumbai is the capital of the State of Maharashtra. Its official name was Bombay until 1995. Mumbai comprises two regions, the city district which covers an area of 233 square miles and the more extensive Mumbai metropolitan area with a total area of 1681.5 square miles. The city has a population of about 18.4 million inhabitants, and it is the most populated city in India. Its wealth also surpasses that of any other Indian city as it is home to the highest number of Indian millionaires and billionaires.


2.New Delhi:
New Delhi is a union territory or administrative division in India, meaning that is governed by the country’s Central Government. The official name of the city is the National Capital Territory of Delhi. It has the second-highest population after Mumbai, with about 16.3 million inhabitants. New Delhi’s wealth as a city ranks second in the country after Mumbai. In 2016, it was among the two most productive metro areas in India. Delhi has an area of 573.0 sq mi. The city has 11 districts, amongst them New Delhi, the capital of India.


3.Kolkata:
Until 2001, the official name of the city was Calcutta. It is the administrative capital of West Bengal. Kolkata had a population of 14,035,831 people as of 2011. It is the third most productive as well as the third-most populous city in the country.


4.Chennai:
Chennai city is the capital of Tamil Nadu. In 2015, it was voted India’s safest city. The larger Chennai Metropolitan area covers 459.07 mi2 in the area and it is home to about 8,653,521 people. The city receives more health tourists than any other city in India, earning it the title of "India’s Health Capital". 

5.Bengalore:
 It is the administrative seat of the state of Karnataka. The official name of the city is Bengaluru. Its area is 274 mi2 while its population as of 2011 was 8,520,435. The city has the second-fastest-growing economies in India with an average economic growth of 10.3% and it is Indian Silicon Valley. 

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