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5 Best Places to Thrive in South India

best places to thrive in south india
Written by Jessee R

India is land of many colours. On every demographic front, we are a very diverse nation. Dialects change every ten kilometres and cuisine changes every fifty kilometres. Therefore, while making decisions about where to settle in a place so huge and diverse, one should take in considerations regarding various aspects like culture, ethnicity, food, opportunities etc. For instance, Manali is a great place to live but if you are an IT guy then it is not a good option to make a career!

Therefore, here is a short and sweet list of five cities in South India that are perfect for living and planning ling term futures.

Here are 5 Best Places to Thrive in South India

1. The Electronic City: Bengaluru

Bengaluru has been the IT capital of India for a while now. It is also one of the top cities in terms of generating successful entrepreneurial ventures and investments. What better place to be than reside at the seat of innovation.

Bengaluru has some of the most beautiful residential offerings and is definitely one of the best places to thrive in south India. You can easily lay your hands on a mix and match of cultures with the local people being extremely accommodating and helpful.

You can find peace and tranquillity in Whitefield which has an exquisite country feel to itself. Residences in the Electronic City of India have a lot of luxury to offer as well. Then there are residential societies in JP Nagar which link you the beautiful architecture of the Nizams and other medieval rulers. All in all, Bengaluru can quite easily be called home.

2. Chennai

Chennai, although quite hot sometimes also hosts a stream of opportunities and is targeted by people all across the country as a home and career making city. Comparatively cheaper than the likes of Mumbai and Bengaluru, Chennai residencies have a lot to offer.

If you want to stay away from the noise and hectic life of the main city then you can get an apartment in the Tambaram Suburb which will provide you with the necessary peace and quiet. Being a metropolitan, Chennai has also embraced many cultures and ethnicities but is still majorly dominated by the local crowd who are always helpful and accommodating.

3. Hyderabad

One has to consider Hyderabad as an option when planning to settle in the south. The Silicon Valley of India is one the few cities in India not overloaded with people. Locations like Attapur and Ramoji Film City offer great living options and the opportunities across sectors are abundant. The food is awesome and people great with their trademark Deccan hospitality, dum biryanis and adorable dialects.

4. Pune

Another hot option for young ambitious people is Pune. Not only is it, the student capital of India but also one of the most developed cities in the south with exquisite residential societies in and out of town. One can easily find a 3 BHK flat for INR 30000 in posh areas like Nirman Vihar. The mix of cultures is at its maximum level when it comes to Pune and recently it has also become one of the top cities for startups and entrepreneurs.

5. Mumbai

The south of India starts with one big shot: Mumbai, the place where dreams come true. The financial capital of India is one of the most sought after cities in India and has become saturated with people over the course of our life. Although the cost of living can be high in Mumbai given the over the top real estate rates, living in Mumbai is an awesome adventure.

Places like Hiranandani have become seats of innovation and areas like Powai Lake draw many to explore living opportunities. The suburbs like Goregaon are also great with societies from the likes of Raheja and other top real estate developers. If you have what it takes to survive in amchi Mumbai, then there is no better place for you.



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Jessee R

An experienced content writer and digital evangelist, Jessee designs and does strategic content planning at SocialVani. Apart from that, he likes to be a rebel and believes strongly in creativity and collaboration.

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