Urban India, with its commercial bustle, busy streets, people-packed markets, ubiquitous street vendors, global eateries, and fast paced vibe, is the antithesis of rural India. With the planet’s second largest population- expected to over-take China’s within a few decades-India has plenty of booming cities that are welcoming a growing influx of people. At the same time, about 75 percent of the country’s 1.2 billion people still live in rural regions, in thousands of small towns and villages.
According to the latest estimates, the subcontinent’s most populous city is Mumbai, followed by Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata and Chennai. These cities, whiling sharing an accelerated pace and contemporary glass-and -steel architecture, truly have unique personalities. It is this curious diversity that makes India’s cities so captivating. Benefiting from the burgeoning economy, an increasingly wealthy middle class in the urban hub is hungry to possess all the trappings of modern life.
Swanky hyper-trendy shopping malls with igloo-cold air conditioning and suave designer stores catering to the newly affluent loom high above chaotic open air bazaars that sell everything from modestly-priced shawls and kitschy curios to freshly ground spice and bellowing animals. “Land of Contrasts” may be a cliche, but it’s an apt Description of 21st -century India’s vibrant cites.
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