Chandigarh: “the Thinking Man’s City”

 

Chandigarh Doll Museum

Chandigarh featured in the Best of Asia-2009 list of ‘Time’ magazine for its greenery, low-rise buildings in brick, plazas, simplicity, tranquility and sweeping views of the Shiwalik. In the last year, a study on traffic and transportation policies and strategies in urbanIndia, commissioned by the Union Ministry of Urban Development, listed top fifteen (15) most walkable Indian cities on the basis of walkability index.Chandigarh topped the list with the highest index (0.91), followed by Delhi (0.87), Mumbai (0.85), Ahemdabad (0.85), Kolkata (0.81), Pune (0.81), Chennai (0.77),Hyderabad (0.68),Nagpur (0.66),Patna (0.65), Jaipur (0.64), Banglore (0.63),Surat (0.62),Kanpur (0.59) andKochi (0.57).

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