Which cities in India are associated with a colour?

India, is a country renowned throughout the world for its varied colors and features. Different cities of country are given multiple names due to the uniqueness they hold from other cities. Indian cities display the best of their state culture and amazing scenes. India is one of the country, which has many cities wholly painted in one color, so that one any one visits them they remain in their memories forever. 



Jodhpur, Rajasthan

The Blue City, Jodhpur is famous for its houses painted in blue colour. All the houses around the Mehrangarh Fort ae painted with same color, giving and amazing view from top of fort. The city is also known as the sun city because 365 days’ sun shines very brightly here.

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur is pretty famous as the Pink City, due the pink color of stone used to build all the structures. Pink is the color of hospitality, so Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur decided on painting the whole city in that color. All the palaces, forts and houses in the areas are painted pink to welcome their guests with love.
Udaipur, Rajasthan

Rajasthan holds major importance in the history. The Udaipur city of Rajasthan is known as Lake City, Venice of the East and White city. The city has most of its buildings made up of marble, white in color making it shine bright with sun. The presence of large number of lakes in the state has made it one of the most romantic cities in India.
Nagpur, Maharashtra

Nagpur Orange are famous throughout India. It is the city which has largest cultivation of Oranges. It is the greenest city in whole India. The cultivation of oranges and there colour has made city to called as Orange city. The city also has Tiger reserves.
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

The Golden City of Rajasthan, India. The golden sand present in the area and surroundings paints the whole atmosphere in golden colour. The city is on sandstone, accompanied by a fort. Jaisalmer is a World Heritage Site. The city is very less populated dur the climatic conditions and least availability of water.
Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar is also known as the Golden City due to the presence of Golden Temple. The city is of much importance as the Golden temple is one of the renowned shrines in the world. The temple is surrounded by water from 3 sides. The beauty of temple should be seen in the night, when all light lit up and makes the gold temple shine brighter. The city is also famous for the variety of cuisine it serves to its tourists. The Jallianwala Bagh incident in 1919 took place in Amritsar only.
Gandhinagar, Gujarat

The capital state of Gujarat is recently regarded as the Green city, as the huge number of trees are planted across the city. Ariel look of the city makes it all green-green. The city is famous for the Aksahrdham Temple and is also the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi. It is situated on the banks of the Sabarmati River.
Chandigarh, Punjab

The capital of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh is India’s first smoke free city. The roads of the city are well planted with 26 types of flowers and 22 types of evergreen trees. It is India’s first well-planned city, making it the Green City of India. The city is an inspiration for many other states in the country.
Cuttack, Odisha

Cuttack, is famous by Silver City, as the city artisans have amazing and unique collection of silver, brass and ivory. The designs created by them are famous around the world. The designs created by the artisans are so unique that you wold love to own them all. The city is also the birth place of, Subash Chandra Bose.
Kolkata, West Bengal

The Black City, Kolkata, got its name due to multiple reasons. Many Europeans were imprisoned in the Black Hole of Calcutta, which gave the city this name. Other reason for the name being, while Lord Shiva was carrying the dead body Goddess Kali, her one finger fell in the city. The city is hosts a very big celebration of Kali Pooja and has black stone idol of Goddess Kali, worshipped popularly.
India is a country, which once visited will make you fall in love with its culture and uniqueness. The country people and its diverse features makes sure that you create number of memories which will last forever and will pull you back to visit, India again and again.
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