10 most expensive cities in india

Pratidin Bureau

1. Mumbai

The financial capital of India, Mumbai, is known for its high cost of living, especially in terms of rent and transportation.

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2. Delhi

The national capital, Delhi, is another expensive city, particularly for housing and daily expenses.

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3. Bangalore (Bengaluru)

A major hub for the IT industry, Bangalore has seen a significant rise in property prices and overall living costs.

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4. Pune

Often dubbed the "Oxford of the East" due to its educational institutions, Pune offers a high quality of life but comes with a corresponding cost.

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5. Chennai

A major commercial center in South India, Chennai can be expensive for housing and certain daily necessities.

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6. Hyderabad

The IT hub of Hyderabad has witnessed a boom in recent years, leading to an increase in the cost of living.

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7. Ahmedabad

The commercial capital of Gujarat, Ahmedabad, is experiencing rapid growth, which is reflected in rising living costs.

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8. Jaipur

The "Pink City" of Jaipur offers a rich cultural experience but can be expensive for tourists and those seeking high-end living.

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9. Surat

A major center for the diamond and textile industries, Surat has a high cost of living, particularly for housing.

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10. Gurugram (Gurgaon)

Located near Delhi, Gurugram is a major corporate hub with a high standard of living, but it comes at a premium price.

Gurugram (Gurgaon) | Image: Google