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India is known for its rich culture, history and heritage but has suffered in the cleanliness front. Poor living conditions, pollution and lack of hygiene is the case in many cities but these 3 cities  did their best to change that opinion and have been named as the cleanest cities in India to live in.

    Ever since the launch of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan campaign, people have started taking efforts to keep the streets clean. The conditions of many places have changed a lot. Many efforts have been made to change the living conditions, pollution and improve hygiene. Below are the top three cleanest cities of India which deserves your attention.

1.Indore in Madhya Pradesh.

A city with both a cosmopolitan buzz and splendid heritage, Indore doesn’t surprise us to be on the top. Indore has shown the way as to how an overpopulated city can be kept clean with citizens participation.                                                                                       The Focal points are

  • Indore removed garbage bins and adopted door-to-door waste collection.
  • Residents carry dustbins in their cars to avoid littering at public places.
  • Indore made children brand ambassadors for keeping city clean.

Source: www.hindustantimes.com

Places to visit in Indore: Lal Baag Palace, Patal Pani Waterfalls, Rajwada Palace, Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary, Indore White Church, Pipliyapala Regional Park, etc.

2.Bhopal capital of Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh’s capital Bhopal ranked as India’s second cleanest city for two years in a row. With a pair of lakes splitting the city, Bhopal offers two contrasting cityscapes – one, a labyrinthine of mosques and crowded bazaars. And the other is a modern city with wide roads, museums, and upmarket areas.

Source: www.cheapflybuzz.com

Places to visit in Bhopal: Bhimbetka, National Museum of Mankind, Upper Lake and Lower Lake, Bhojpur Temple, Taj-ul Masajid, Gohar Mahal, Raisen Fort, etc.

3.Chandigarh

Chandigarh  is a city and a union territory in India that serves as the capital of the two neighbouring states of Haryana and Punjab. The city is unique as it is not a part of either of the two states but is governed directly by the Union Government, which administers all such territories in the country.

Source: www.indialegallive.com

Places to visit in Chandigarh: Rock Garden, Sukhna Lake, Rose Garden, International Dolls Museum, Cactus Gardens, etc

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