Indian states and union territories | GDP of Indian states

 India has an economy more prominent than some European countries, and don't know that even in our Capital terms. Some states in India are already doing better than many European countries. So which state in the union territories are the witches in India, let's start this right away. In terms of GDP per capita, who the cherry and Indian union territory sits at this exposition. Carry an Indian union territory sits at the sixth position.

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Haryana is one of the 28 states in India and is situated in the northern part of the country. Google is a well-known city in Haryana, which is one of the major financial centres in India. There shouldn't be any surprise that Haryana is ranked fifth on this list. The population of Haryana is about 25 million. In comparison, Ukraine with its 42 million inhabitants have a GDP per capita figure of $9,233, which is lower than Haryana.

Chandigarh, a union territory is known for its beautiful parks and well-crafted gardens, a significant percentage of its population works in the governmental sector. The economy of Chandigarh is dependent on it industrial animal husbandry fishing, agriculture, it and tourism sectors in this list, Chandigarh host fourth place.

Sikkim is a small paradise that is situated in the northeastern region of India. It is the world's first hundred per cent organic state, and has become the role model for the world at large, in terms of organic farming and does list Sikkim host food place. The nearest airport to reach Sikkim is Pakyong. The nearest railway station is New Jalpaiguri. Also, if you want to club the Sikkim visit with a visit to Darjeeling then the nearest airport would be Bagdogra.  The biggest attraction of North Sikkim is its waterfalls. And absolutely breathtaking scenic views. During the monsoon season, you will get to see a new waterfall at every few kilometres.
We left early morning next day via Lachung, via Yumthang to reach Zero Point at 11.30 am. Zero Point is an awesome place. You will definitely want to spend at least 1-2 hours at such a beautiful location. But due to low oxygen level here and frequent weather changes you won't be able to spend too long time here. In any case, by 12 pm to 12.30 pm, most of the tourists already leave this place. While coming back from Zero Point, you can stopover at Yumthang Valley. If you come to Sikkim during April or May you will get to see lots of flowers in Yumthang Valley. Because of that, this place is also known as Flower Valley From Yumthang, you can go to Lachung for a night stay. Such an amazing place to spend the holidays now let’s moves to the next one.

Delhi it should come as no surprise that Delhi, the capital of India is on this list as well. With more than 20,000 US dollars of GDP per capita in PPP terms, it appears to be in a better position then the European nation Serbia. In comparison, Serbia whose population is 7 million has a GDP per capita figure of only 17,434 US dollars.

New Delhi and Delhi many people associate them with being the same place but in actuality there are two different places New Delhi which are India's capital is a territory in Delhi New Delhi is where they have the seat of government in India so although many people may use New Delhi and Delhi interchangeably which is understandable Delhi on a whole is actually the higher national capital territory in India and the city of New Delhi only formed a portion of Delhi and if we're talking about capital cities let me just ask you do you live in the capital city of your country if so let me know what city that is down below in the comment section now as we continue with the facts let's talk about Kolkata, Kolkata previously called Calcutta was the capital of India during the British rule until December 1911 and Delhi had served as a political and financial centre throughout India history during the early 1900's there was a proposal that was made to the British government to ships the capital of the British Indian empire from Kolkata that was on the East Coast all the way to Delhi that was in the north the government ended up agreeing with this move because it just made more sense to govern India from the north since India has achieved independence Delhi has now prospered as the capital of modern India the population continues to grow as well as there is rapid economic an expansion now although Delhi is continuing to prosper there are some downsides to this rapid growth, there's a lot of pressure on the city's infrastructure as well as there's a ton of overcrowding yet to deal with traffic there's also housing issues you know a lot of people that want housing and they have to continue to keep up with the demand and on top of that we have the pollution issue

Goa has the highest GDP per capita in India. What is even more striking is that go and Indian state is all set to overtake the GDP per capita figures of Portugal, a country that was colonized core goal is economic growth is driven by sectors like mining pharmaceuticals and tourism. At present, gosh, the goals are not far away from the GDP per capita figures of nations like Greece, Russia Croatia, Portugal, Poland and Lithuania. It should be highlighted that this analysis of GDP has been done using a PPP basis. Even though GDP in PPP terms is not a metric to measure personal income. It is a useful indicator as it takes into account the relative cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries.

It is also worth pointing out that if we don't take the per capita figures into consideration the list of Indian states and union territories, according to their GDP looks quite different from that perspective, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh, hold the top three positions. GDP is related to material wealth, but it is not always related to more on wealth. Many nations with a higher GDP, our former colonial powers and some modern nations are known for being a haven for black money. Many nations with very high GDP per capita figures are also the major global tax havens. A good example of this can be seen when we take a look at the list of the Top 15 GDP per capita countries. Most of these nations are either tax havens or average in oil and gas reserves. Undoubtedly, a distance in material terms. India is not the richest in the world. In Indian traditions, spiritual wealth has always been considered as the real treasure. India believes that it has the spiritual world that has the power to eradicate spiritual poverty in the world. The nations which are the most developed in material terms may need that. Here's an article that explains why India's ancient wisdom is so relevant in our modern lives.

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