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Capital Cities of India
Capital Cities of India are hubs of infrastructural development and prosperity. Some of these cities are listed as the smart and clean cities in India. The capital cities of India reflects modern and emerging India with the world class infrastructure, good communication system, rapid transit system and the proper technological advancement with the best foreign investments and best administrative approach to the states.
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 Capital Cities of Central India
Capital Cities of Central India are located in the midst of forests and the tribal belts of Central India.
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Capital cities of West India define the business centers and this region has the highest GDP rate.
 Cities of West Bengal
Cities of West Bengal are innumerable and offer a vast quantity of interesting tourist locales within the state. This state is often termed as the Beautiful Bengal and is dotted with cultural heritage, hill station and the sea beaches.
 Capital Cities of South India
Capital cities of South India are the smarter cities, with well equipped communication system and rapid transit system. In these capital cities of India, ayurveda, historical tourism and the medical tourism are dominant.
 Capital Cities in East India
Capital cities in East India define the Bengali and Odiya culture with the close similarities. The tribal culture is also dominant in the 21st century capitals along with the heavy industrialization.
 
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