5 Cities with most friendly people for outsiders

India is a vast country with tasty food, varied cultures, different religions and rituals with interesting history. Thanks to our ancestors- it’s them from whom we’ve inherited this, after all. Different cities exhibit different colours. Each city has its own specialty, that you can find nowhere else. We bring before you the 5 cities in India with the friendliest people.

#1 Chandigarh
Chandigarh
Not only is the city referred as the “City Of Gardens” but is also known for its beauty . The place is friendly, thanks to Punjabi hospitality! Chandigarh has many beautiful parks that have been tourist attractions since a long time.

#2 Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad is said to be a very friendly place- perhaps because people of Gujarat exhibit a very warm and friendly nature. It is a very well developed city with proper roads, adequate water supply and electricity. This city is developing fast, with many malls and entertainment destinations coming up.

#3 Mumbai
Mumbai
The city of dreams, as it is called, has an incredibly huge number of people who dare to venture in the field of Media and Films. But of course Mumbai welcomes, with open arms, anyone from any stream. According to a nationwide survey, Mumbai is one of the safest cities, especially for women.

#4 Pune
Pune
Pune is known as the ‘Oxford of the East’ as it is the upcoming IT hub. It is not only friendly but very beautiful as well! It has many forts and is surrounded by a green covering that stretches over miles and gives true essence to long drive.

#5 Chennai

Shot this picture from Airplane. Checked in at airport 1.5 hours prior to the flight to get the last window side seat along the flight path. Kathipara Junction is an important road junction in Chennai, India. It is located at Alandur, (St.Thomas Mount), south of Guindy, at the intersection of the Grand Southern Trunk Road (NH 45), Inner Ring Road, Anna Salai and the Poonamallee Road. Kathipara flyover is the largest Cloverleaf flyover. (Source Wikipedia)
Shot this picture from Airplane. Checked in at airport 1.5 hours prior to the flight to get the last window side seat along the flight path.
Kathipara Junction is an important road junction in Chennai, India. It is located at Alandur, (St.Thomas Mount), south of Guindy, at the intersection of the Grand Southern Trunk Road (NH 45), Inner Ring Road, Anna Salai and the Poonamallee Road. Kathipara flyover is the largest Cloverleaf flyover. (Source Wikipedia)

Chennai is known as the “Detroit of India” for its automobile industry. With temples, beaches and centres of historical and cultural significance, Chennai remains the most visited city in India. Chennai has been the most visited Indian city since 2008, in terms of foreign tourists’ arrival. Do we need to explain anything about its hospitality?!

[author image=”http://www.aapkatimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/IMG-20150618-WA0073.jpg” ]Aditi is currently pursuing law from IPU. Reading books and writing is her ultimate getaway from the world.[/author]