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The capital cities of India - Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore

BY: Muhammed Haris | Category: India | Post Date: 2009-08-09

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Delhi is the administrative capital of India but in terms of finance and technology, Delhi is not the biggest city of India. In financial aspects Mumbai acts as a capital where as in Technology Bangalore acts as a capital city. However politically, Delhi is the capital where all the political decisions of the nation are taken. Parliament as well as all the other administrative offices of the country are located in Delhi and therefore it is the administrative center.

Delhi is also a top most city of India in terms of the wideness of the city. Delhi is also a historical city and has been the capital city for many ancient kings and their kingdoms like Akbar, Shajahan, and Aurangzeb etc. The historic monument Tajmahal is also near Delhi, which has been considered as one amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. Tajmahal had been built by Shajahan in the memory of his wife Mumthaz. It has been built completely with Marble, the construction of which took thirty years. The specialty of it lies in the fact that it looks similar from all for sides to such an extent that it is hard to tell which side of it is one standing.

But the financial market of India is mostly controlled at Mumbai City. SENSEX, which is the Index of BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) acts as an Index of Indian Market, Bombay is an old name of Mumbai. The main reason for Mumbai acting as a financial capital is because it has been a center place for many Indian Based MNCs. The company owned by the richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani is also Mumbai based. If the finance market goes down at Mumbai, the entire financial market of India goes down. Mumbai is considered to be a city of dreams that come true. It is home to most of the leading actors and actresses in Bollywood and is the main hub of Indian cinema.

In terms of IT and Technology, South Indian City Bangalore has been acting as a capital. The main reason for this is, the global IT giants like Infosys and Wipro are based in Bangalore. Bangalore has been a place where most of the software and BPO companies exist. So people from all over India come to Bangalore to find a job especially in the IT field and also in the call centers. Bangalore has also been one amongst the four biggest IT cities of the world. After Manila, Bangalore is the biggest city of BPOs. There are more than 1400 BPOs in Bangalore. Also, several western IT companies have opened their call centers in Bangalore, bringing a new revolution in the IT and call center industry.

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