If we could get the best from each Indian city at one place, wouldn't it be a dream come true? So, to make an ideal and quintessential Indian city, here's what you'll need:-
Food from Hyderabad
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From biryani to kebabs to sweets, Hyderabad has everything to offer. With an increasing number of MNCs moving base to the city, a large selection from international cuisines has also made its way.
Greenery from Delhi
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Our capital city, among other things, is the country's greenest. It has large tracts of forest cover - which has doubled in the last decade - and the world's second largest variety of birds.
Parties from Panaji
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Goa's capital Panaji has been hipsters' favourite destination since the '60s. Known for its tourist-friendly and laid-back attitude, Goa has our favourite clubs, beaches, and alcohol prices.
Public transport from Mumbai
#govindaaalare #janmasthmi #janmasthmicelebration #dahihandi #mumbaikar #lifestyle #crampedspace #fullenjoyment #localtrain #citylife #mumbailocaltrain #lesstime #moreenergy #officegoers #mumbailifestyle #mumbaispirit #cityofdreams #cityoffestivals #citythatneversleeps #festiveseason #celebrationatitsbest #mumbai #ithappensonlyinmumbai MUMBAI a city which embraces all the festival with happiness, no matter how less time we have how less space we have..but the Mumbaikar spirit never fades out.
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Mumbai has India's most extensive and efficient public transport system. The Mumbai Local alone ferries around 7.5 million people daily. Apart from that, the city has a very professional lot of taxi and auto drivers, a metro-line, and a monorail.
Colleges from Pune