India became one of the fastest growing economies in the world and is now in an important position. These cities have played an important role in shaping the history, geography, politics, and economy of India.
Here is a list of the top 10 richest cities in India based on GDP.
The capital city of Maharashtra, Mumbai is also known as the “city of dreams”. India's financial capital Mumbai tops the list with an estimated GDP of $310 billion.
The city of rich historical, cultural, political, and social importance, New Delhi comes second on this list with a GDP of $293.6 billion.
Kolkata is the financial, commercial, and industrial center of the Northeast region. Kolkata's GDP is estimated at $150.1 billion.
India's Silicon Valley and the capital city of Karnataka have several commercial assembly companies. With an estimated GDP of $110 billion, the city is the fourth richest city in India.
With an estimated GDP of $78.6 billion, the city is the fifth richest city in India. The city's economy is driven by the IT and BPO, automobile, medical tourism, and equipment production sectors.
With an estimated GDP of $75.2 billion, the City of Pearls, Hyderabad ranks sixth in the country. The city is known for its history, food, and multilingual culture.
This city is well known for IT organizations, automobile and vehicle companies, BPO trade, and automobile assembly. With an estimated GDP of $69 billion, Pune is the seventh richest city in India.
The Manchester of the East, Ahmedabad is among the wealthiest cities in India. The city ranks eighth on the list with an estimated GDP of $68 billion.
Surat, known as The City of the Sun, is the largest stone-cutting and cleaning center and is especially known for diamonds. With an estimated GDP of $59.8 billion, the city is the 9th richest city in India.
Popular as the port city of India, also known as the financial capital of Andhra Pradesh. With an estimated GDP of $43.5 billion, the city is the 10th richest city in India.