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Cleanest Cities In India For A Delightful Holiday

Imagine you are at an iconic historic place anywhere in this world, but on the way you have through various main holes.

While India has a bad image regarding cleanliness, some cities still stand out as examples for the rest of the country.  Ever since the launch of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan campaign, people have started taking efforts to keep the streets clean. So here are the top 5 cleanest cities in India.

1. Mysore (Mysuru)

Mysore, the largest city of Karnataka.  Mysore topped the cleanest city list, emerging with the no. 1 rank.

Mysore is the third ranked populated city in Karnataka, and its rich heritage frames millions of tourists all year round. It is replete with the history of its dazzling royal heritage, intricate architecture, it’s famed 

  • silk sarees, 
  • yoga, 
  • Sandalwood, to name just a few.

Adorned with the beautiful Mysore Palace, St Philomena’s church. Mysore is at third to the largest Princely states in the erstwhile British Empire of India. 

2. Navi Mumbai

Mumbai, Navi Mumbai ranks 3rd on the Swachh Bharat ranking list.  Navi Mumbai might not be opted, but this planned township does have a lot to offer.  The Pandavkada waterfalls is a must visit, and it also houses one of the many ISKCON temples of the world. This well-structured city incorporated various modern techniques and mobilising the community towards a more sustainable capital.  

3. Bengaluru

Yet, another city of Karnataka, Bengaluru. Though 7th in terms of the cleanest city, Bengaluru topped the ranks for the cleanest state capital. 

This metropolitan city has an abundance of art, culture, literature and history. The traditional theatre form of Karnataka that combines dance, music, dialogue and costume, the Yakshagana is performed in the town halls of Bengaluru. A city you definitely have to visit.

4. Tiruchirapalli

Located in the state of Tamil Nadu.  Mysore, the 2nd rank goes to Tiruchirapalli. 

An ancient city, its history dates back to the 3rd century BC when the city was under the rule of the Chola dynasty. 

This city down south is also known for its sculpted temples, whose beauty never ceases to amaze.

Tiruchirapalli is known for the sport of Jallikattu, a bull taming event played on the last day of the Pongal festival.

5. Thiruvananthapuram

The city is also known as Trivandrum. This capital city of Kerala ranked 8th on the cleanest city list. 2 among the 10 ranked top of it.

Thiruvananthapuram is famous tourist destination, it boasts of the Kovalam backwaters, the Napier museum, and many such beautiful locations and attractions. Trivandrum is also famous for its medical tourism and is recognized as an important Ayurveda centre.

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