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This ppt. shows the various State Capitals of India and their vibrant qualities.

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  • State Capitals of India There are 28 states, therefore there are 28 state capitals. As Chandigargh is the capital of Punjab and Haryana as well as it is a union territory, there are 28+1 state capitals.
  • India • India’s National Capital Territory is Delhi. • India extends to 3,214km in north-south and 2,933km. in east-west. • It has Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar as it’s neighbouring countries.
  • Srinagar • Srinagar is the capital of Jammu and Kashmir. • It is situated on the river Jhelum in the heart of the Vale of Kashmir. • It is connected to Leh via the Zoji La pass. • Saffron and mushroom are the distinctive products raised in the Vale of Kashmir. • A Rs. 6.5 crore Software Technology park has been commissioned at Ragreth, Srinagar. Dal Lake Shikara
  • Simla • The capital of Himachal Pradesh is Simla. • Derives its name from goddess 'Shayamla Devi', which is another manifestation of Goddess Kali. • Capital of Himachal Pradesh is the leading town and the centre of education. • An important hill station of India famous for adventure sports. • Winter in Shimla is known as the season of "Long moon- night." Simla apples
  • Chandigarh • Chandigarh is a city and union territory in India that serves as the capital of two states, Haryana and Punjab . • The name Chandigarh translates as "The Fort of Chandi". The name is derived from an ancient temple called Chandi Mandir, devoted to the Hindu goddess Chandi, in the city. • It is also referred to as The City Beautiful due to its beautiful surroundings, central grid of gardens, each to dedicated to different species of flora. Rock Garden
  • Jaipu r • Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. • It is also famous as “Pink City”. • High concentration of sheep of good quality fleece. • Manufacturing centre of woolen goods such as carpets. • An important centre for cutting and polishing of precious stones, brass and enamelware. • Famous for Amer fort and Hawa Mahal. Amer Fort
  • Gandhinagar • Situated to the north of Ahemdabad. • New capital and administrative city of Gujarat. • It has greenery all around, clean roads, designed in sectors. - Center for government offices - Infocity : IT offices & good shopping and food shops around it - Akhshardham temple - Sarita Udhyan : a nice public garden - Mahatma Gandhi temple : by gov of gujarat, vibrant Gujarat summits are being organised here. Sarita Udyaan
  • Lucknow • Capital city of Uttar Pradesh. • Situated on the right bank of the river Gomti. • Important industries: Aircraft (frames) manufacturing industry and art industries. Bara Imambara
  • DehraDun • Capital city of Uttranchal. • Famous for military and forest trading centre.
  • Patna • Situated on the right bank of Ganges. • Capital city of Bihar. • Popular Destinations • Har Mandir Saheb Patliputra Teerth Patna Zoo Bari Patan Devi Temple Choti Patan Devi Temple Gandhi Maidan Golghar Hardinge Park Khuda Baksh Oriental Library Kumhrar Mahatma Gandhi Setu Mahaveer Mandir Muner Padri Ki Haveli Pathar ki Masjid Patna Golf Club Patna Museum Patna Planetarium Rajendra Smriti Museum
  • Ranchi • Capital of Jharkhand. • Located in the Chotanagpur Plateau. • Heavy machine tool plants, Foundry forge plant, heavy machine building plant are important industries. • An important centre of raw lac collection. • Birth place of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Captain of Indian Cricket Team)
  • Kolkata • Kolkata is the capital of West Bengal. • It is situated on the banks of river Hoogly. • Third largest city in India. • Manufacturing centre of jute goods. • Metro was first launched in India here. • Hand-Pulled rickshaws and trams. • The famous cricket ground Eden garden is situated here. Metro Eden Garden
  • Bhopal • Capital city of Madhya Pradesh. • Situated on the fertile lava tract. • Well known for its embroidery on silk and satin. • Dry cell batteries and electrodes are also manufactured. • It is known as the City of Lakes for its various natural as well as artificial lakes and is also one of the greenest cities in India. Silk
  • Raipur • Capital city of Chattisgargh. • There are huge reserves of diamond. Diamond
  • Bhubaneshwar • Capital city of Orissa and also known as “The Cathedral City of India” on account of it’s numerous temples. • It is famous for the Lingaraj Temple. • On the outskirts of Bhubaneshwar the largest lion safari of India and the only white Tiger Safari of the world located. Lingaraj Temple Filgiri work Chilika Lake
  • Hyderabad • Capital city of Andhra Pradesh. • Largest town and the leading industrial and trade centre of the region • Its twin city is Secunderabad. Charminar Salar-jung museum
  • Chennai • Capital city of Tamil Nadu. • First cement factory of India was started there. • Groundnut oil, leather goods are important industries of Chennai. Marina Beach
  • Mumbai • Located on the low hilly island southwards known as Bombay island. • Capital city known as ‘cottonopolis of India’ • An important textile centre of India and also an important centre of petrochemical industry. Gateway of India
  • Panaji • Capital city of Goa. • Situated on the left bank of the Mandovi River. • It is the main operative port. One offshore berth has been commissioned recently. Feni St. Paul’s Church
  • Bangaluru • Capital city of Karnataka. • One of the principal centre of engineering industries of India. • Principal raw silk collecting centre and silk market. • Largest centre of electronic goods production and is rightly termed as the ‘Electronic Capital of India’. Raw silk
  • Trivandrum • Capital of Kerala. • It is an abode of temples, mosques and churches. • Kovalam Beach is very famous. Kovalam Beach
  • Gangtok • Gangtok ) is the capital and largest town of the Indian state of Sikkim. • Gangtok is located in the Shivalik Hills of the eastern Himalayan range, at an altitude of 1,437 metres (4,715 ft). • The town, with a population of thirty thousand belonging to different ethnicities such as Indian- Nepalis,lepchas and Bhutia, is administered by the "Gangtok Municipal Corporation". • It is famous for Tsomgo Lake amd Rumtek Monastery. Tsomgo LakeRumtek monastery
  • Dispur • Dispur has existed as a locality on the outskirts of Guwahati, and took its place as the capital of Assam in 1973. This was after Shillong, the rest while capital, became the capital of the state of Meghalaya that was carved out of Assam. Basistha Ashram
  • Shillong • Shillong, India (Khasi: Shillong) is the capital of Meghalaya, one of the smallest states in India and home to the Khasis. • The city had a population of 314,610 according to the 2011 census. • It is said that the rolling hills around the town reminded the European settlers of Scotland. Hence, Shillong is also known as "Scotland of the East." Bamboo Products Pineapple
  • Itanagar • Itanagar  is the capital  of the Indian state of     Arunachal Pradesh.  • Itanagar is situated at  the foothills  of Himalayas. •  It comes  administratively  under Papum  Pare district.  Nehru Museum Gyakar Sinyi Lake
  • Kohima • Kohima  is the hilly  capital of India's north  eastern border state  of Nagaland which shares  its borders with Burma. • It lies in Kohima  District and is also one of  the three Nagaland towns  with Municipal council  status along  with Dimapur and  Mokokchung.  State Museum
  • Imphal • Imphal is the capital of  the Indian state  of Manipur.  • On 18 June 1997, the  Imphal district was split  into Imphal East and  Imphal West.  • On 21 October 2008,  Imphal was struck by a  large scale terror  attack allegedly carried  out by Manipuri  insurgents fighting for a  sovereign Manipur.  Manipuri Dance
  • Aizawl • Aizawl  is the capital of  the state of Mizoram in      India. With a resident  population 291,822, it is  the largest city within  the state.  • It is also the center of  all important  government offices,  state assembly house  and civil secretariat.  Chiro Dance
  • Agartala • Agartala is the capital of  the Indian state of Tripura  and is the second-largest  city in North-east India  after Guwahati in terms of  municipal area as well as  population. • It is situated in North-east  India.  • It lies on the Haroa  River and is located 2 km  from Bangladesh.  • Agartala has temples and  palaces.  Sundari Temple Neer Mahal