Our new prime minister, Mr. Modi is a great source of inspiration for us. His talks regarding cleanliness, sanitation and a clean way of life are really inspiring. Today, we would like to showcase the ten cleanest places in India. These places defy the norm and stand out with their processes, people participation and dedication.
Number 5: Chennai
With its historic landmarks and buildings, long sandy beaches, cultural and art centers and parks, Chennai’s offers tourists many interesting locations to visitors. One of the most important tourist attraction of Chennai is actually in the neighbouring town of Mahabalipuram with its ancient temples and rock carvings of the 7th century Pallava kingdom.
The city is astonishingly clean. Every person in the city contributes towards cleanliness.
Number 4: Bangalore
India’s garden city and IT hub Bangalore with its clean roads and greenery and plantations came in ninth.
Number 3: Navi Mumbai
Navi Mumbai, located in the eastern trans harbour of Mumbai, Maharashtra, is one of the world’s largest planned townships.
Number 2: Rajkot
Rajkot has not just rich heritage and history attached with its name but it is one of the fastest growing cities today in India and world over. The city also bagged the Best Law and Order city in 2013
Number 1: Mangalore
The city’s landscape is characterised by rolling hills, coconut palms, freshwater streams, and hard red-clay tiled-roof buildings.
Added Bonus! – Jamshedpur
Jamshedpur is the first planned industrial city of India, founded by Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata. It is also known as Steel City, TataNagar or simply Tata. It was first known for its mahua trees and rassi/tarri drinkers who extracted juices from various trees and then fermented them into liquor. There is an old Indian saying “Piyo or Jiyo”