Which is the best state to live in india?

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as per my opinion all states of India are very attractive and great for living. But like and dislike will be differ according to personal perspective.

Let me explain how: Being a Gujarati, i love gujarat and the places where i can easily get veg foods. Now if i go to south or any other state than it will be difficult for me to have such food. Culture will also differ by state to state.

There is no perfect answers of this question as all the states of India are really loving and incredible.
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Now if i go to south or any other state than it will be difficult for me to have such food.

The South is awash with vegetarians --- but, no doubt, the dishes differ
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Originally Posted by jigneshg View Post Being a Gujarati, i love gujarat and the places where i can easily get veg foods. Now if i go to south or any other state than it will be difficult for me to have such food.
How so?
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Originally Posted by jigneshg View Post as per my opinion all states of India are very attractive and great for living. But like and dislike will be differ according to personal perspective.

Let me explain how: Being a Gujarati, i love gujarat and the places where i can easily get veg foods. Now if i go to south or any other state than it will be difficult for me to have such food. Culture will also differ by state to state.

There is no perfect answers of this question as all the states of India are really loving and incredible.
Which states are they?
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Originally Posted by solo_trekker View Post Thatz the one precise reason that I chose Uttarakhand...!
Fewer places which get blasted by the media...!

And ofcourse, I admit, I do have a bias for the Himalayas...!

Kerala, without the Communists, would be even better than it already is...!
Aaaahhhh... Sheer Bliss...!

Cheers...!
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The cost of living is higher in Kerala, for example if you need painters they charge Rs300+ per day, daily unskilled labourers Rs 300 per day, .
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In WB it would be Rs. 100-150. Does that make WB a better state to live?
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Has the OP made his pick?..
He initially mentioned that he is looking for best place/state to live and work in India..

Wonder what occupation you are in?.. i guess that should ideally play a major role in decision-making..
If you wanna do some business/trading, your considerations should factor-in so many criteria other than just the cost of living or climate..
If you are a professional (esp. Doc or Accountant or Lawyer), any metropolis where you can be sure of significant clientelle should do.. And if you are one among new breed of Indian techies(IT professionals)returning back to India, a place like Bangalore/Pune/Hyderabad/Gurgaon should be considered..

If however, looking from the perspective of retiring in a peaceful, pollution-free place offering all major incentives of a modern living, shopping, etc, consider Pune/Chandigarh/Mysore other than previously suggested tranquil places in himalayas (Sikkim, Uttaranchal) or Kerala.
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Originally Posted by suricate View Post In WB it would be Rs. 100-150. Does that make WB a better state to live?
Why sir? do you men WB is not a good place to live? I have spent 29 years of my life at various parts of WB, and no complain at all from the state. I agree that there are some political problem going on but that do not change the basic nature of the population. WB still is a great place to live. Despite all visible troubles the spirit of the people is great.
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In a periodic dark mood, my final answer to

Which is the best state to live in india?

If you are middle class, a state of denial.
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Less big cities . . . Arunachal!

(just to be difficult!)
what if . . . maybe . . . say . . . suppose!
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Originally Posted by capt_mahajan View Post
Which is the best state to live in india?

If you are middle class, a state of denial.
Great state to live in


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Originally Posted by mandywilliams View Post I would say the state having more number of big cities should stand ahead.Maharashtra I would say
No no no no !

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(just to be difficult!)
I agree lesser the cities the better it is
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Are you guys missing something?

Why are some suggesting Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore while others Uttaranchal, Kerala, Kalimpong, Himachal as the best places when they seem to possess almost diametrically opposite qualities that make them attractive to live in!
Is it because two different concepts are being used to determine ‘The best state’ while confusing them to be the same?
These concepts being ‘Standard of living‘ and ‘Quality of life’.

Standard of Living : “The quality and quantity of goods and services available to people, and the way these goods and services are distributed within a population. It is generally measured by standards such as inflation adjusted income per person, poverty rate, access to and quality of health care, income growth, and educational standards. It is the ease by which people living in a time or place are able to satisfy their wants”.

Quality of life
”Daily living enhanced by wholesome food and clean air and water, enjoyment of unfettered open spaces and bodies of water, conservation of wildlife and natural resources, security from crime, and protection from radiation and toxic substances. It may also be used as a measure of the energy and power a person is endowed with that enable him or her to enjoy life and prevail over life's challenges irrespective of the handicaps he or she may have”.
“People's overall well-being. Quality of life is difficult to measure (whether for an individual, group, or nation) because in addition to material well-being it includes such intangible components as the quality of the environment, national security, personal safety, and political and economic freedoms”.

Therefore it seems while for some the tangible components of 'Quality of life' i.e 'Standard of living' are a priority for others the intangible components are more desirable.

Zig Ziglar:
If standard of living is your major objective, quality of life almost never improves, but if quality of life is your number one objective, your standard of living almost always improves
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