15 Richest (by GDP) Cities in India
India is the 2nd highest populous country with many major cities and it’s highly populated too. Here, the Richest Cities ranked on the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of a 2011 data. Many cities in India highly populated and economic base, the trading between the cities and states are improved as transportation systems changing their way to new. The Cities GDP would increase constantly and could see the huge change by the year 2020. The GDP is the total value of City including every product on any Human consuming things and services. The ranking of Richest Cities in India is analyzed on GDP based on the study of 2011 with some details.
This is the capital and largest city of the state of Bihar, and 19th most populous city of India, 5th fastest growing city in India. Its exports grain, sugarcane, sesame and Patna rice, the city has seen sustained economic growth and World Bank stated Patna as the 2nd best city in India to start up a business.
GDP ($US): 10.5 billion
Indore is the largest city of the state of Madhya Pradesh, located on the southern edge of Malwa Plateau, the city home to the Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange, and many production plants including various Pharmaceutical companies and Big Auto Companies.
GDP ($US): 14 billion
Nagpur is the 3rd largest city of the state of Maharashtra, 13th most populous in India, reserve banks two branches in Nagpur and was ranked 11th most competitive city in the country.
GDP ($US): 15.1 billion
It is the largest and capital city of the state of Uttar Pradesh, is the major center for research and development and the major industries include aeronautics, machine tools, distillery chemicals and furniture.
GDP ($US): 22 billion
Jaipur is the largest and capital city in the state of Rajasthan, popular tourist destination of the state, also known as pink city of India. The city has branches of major Information technology companies, and is hub for textiles and other industry zones.
GDP ($US): 24 billion
Surat is a capital city in the state of Gujarat, and 8th largest city of India, and 4th fastest developing city. The city is famous for textiles, diamond, corporate industries and Information Technology, the fastest growing GDP in India.
GDP ($US): 40 billion
Pune is 2nd largest city of Maharashtra state, and 7th largest in India, is rising as a prime location for Information technology and manufacturing. Pune is the 6th highest per capita income in the country.
GDP ($US): 48 billion
Visakhapatnam is the largest city of Andhra Pradesh state, located on the southeast coat of Bay of Bengal, and the city is the commercial hub of the state and has developed into a major economic destination. The city was named as one of the fastest growing in the world.
GDP ($US): 48 billion
Ahmadabad is the capital city of Gujarat in India, 6th largest city of India, is the 3rd fastest growing city of the decade. Ahmadabad houses many biggest companies including in the sector of Pharmaceutical, Textiles.
GDP ($US): 64 billion
The capital and largest city of the state of Tamil Nadu, located off the Bay of Bengal, is the largest commercial and industrial center of South India, the city’s economy has a wide industrial base in the computer, technology, automobile, health sectors and hardware manufacturing.
GDP ($US): 66 billion
Hyderabad is the capital and largest city of Telangana, and 4th largest city of India, the city is largest contributor to the GDP, the largest employer are the governments of Telengana and India with 197,253 employers. The city is home to many major industries and information technology is one of the major businesses of the city.
GDP ($US): 74 billion
Bengaluru is the 3rd populous and capital city of the state of Karnataka, located in southern India at a height of over 900 meters above sea level. It is the 2nd fastest growing metropolis and 4th fastest moving consumer goods market in India.
GDP ($US): 83 billion
Kolkata is the capital and largest city of the state West Bengal, the 3rd richest city, and main commercial hub of the East and North East India, with 40% of labor force of total population, the city is home to many industrial units including Steel, Heavy engineering, mining, minerals, cement, pharmaceuticals, food processing, agriculture, electronics and textiles.
GDP ($US): 150 billion
Delhi is the capital city and 2nd largest city of India, largest commercial center in northern India, Delhi’s workforce forms 32.82% of total population. Delhi had 129,000 industrial units with manufacturing sector employed 1,440,000 workers, the city has one of the fastest growing retail industries.
GDP ($US): 167 billion
Mumbai is the largest city of India and main hub of business, and is the Richest City in India, located in the coastal of Maharashtra state is main hub for exports and imports on sea transportation. Mumbai city generates about 6% of the total GDP of the country and lending 10% of factory employment.
GDP ($US): 209 billion