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Cities in Salsette Island region

Mumbai Bombay

Mumbai Bombay

Mumbai (in Marathi: मुम़बई), formerly Bombay, is the capital of Maharashtra state and is the most populous Indian city. Mumbai is located on an island near the west coast of India. With a metropolitan population estimated at 17 million inhabitants (2005 census), is the third largest metropolitan area in the world, and with neighboring satellite cities form one of the most populated urban areas. The city, which has a deep natural harbor, is also the largest port in western India, carrying half of India's passenger traffic.


Cities in Konkani region

Goa

Goa

Goa is located on the west coast of India, a region known as Konkani. Neighboring states are Maharashtra and Karnataka to the north east and south. The state, bordering the Arabian Sea on the west coast. The state capital is Panaji, although the largest city is Vasco da Gama. Goa was colonized by the Portuguese in the sixteenth century, converting many of the locals to Christianity. Portuguese colony lasted for about 450 years until the country was annexed by India in 1961.


Cities in Delhi region

New Delhi

New Delhi

New Delhi is the capital of India and part of metropolis Delhi. The city was planned and built to become the capital, and was named when British troops moved the capital of British India from Calcutta (1911) here. It was built in the south of the older urban areas, sometimes called "Old Delhi" or''old city. "He continued to be the capital after the withdrawal of British troops.


Cities in Karnataka region

Bangalore

Bangalore

Bangalore is the capital of Indian state of Karnataka. Bangalore is dubbed the Garden City. It is situated on the Deccan plateau in south-eastern part of Karnataka, Bangalore is the third most populous city in India, and in terms of congestion is the fifth. Starting in 2009, Bangalore was included in the list of global cities and ranked as "Beta World City", with cities such as Geneva, Copenhagen, Boston, Cairo, Riyadh, Berlin, according to studies conducted by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network in 2008. Although earlier historical references about the city AD 900, a modern written history about the settlement existed only since 1537, when Kempe Gowda I, a vassal of the Vijayanagara Empire, built a mud fort cubes and settled province of the empire.


Cities in Bay of Bengal region

Chennai Madras

Chennai Madras

Chennai (in Tamil சென்னை) is the capital of Tamil Nadu state in eastern India. Until recently the town was named or Madarasapatinam Madras on the coast of Coromandel and Bay of Bengal. Large area of Chennai city has nearly 7 million inhabitants. Chennai city's economy relies heavily on the automotive industry, computers, technology, hardware manufacturing and medical industries. The city is the second largest exporter of software, information technology (IT) and information technology-enabled services (ITES). The vast majority of auto production takes place around Chennai city.