These Indian Cities Are Among The Cheapest In The World
The Economist Intelligence Unit's bi-annual ranking revealed the world's most expensive and cheapest cities to live in. The list of the world's cheapest cities to live in was topped by Lusaka, in Zambia. Four Indian cities- Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and New Delhi have made it to list of world's cheapest cities.
The expense of living in these cities was tabled by comparing them to the cost of living in New York.
India's technology hub, Bengaluru clinched the second spot in the list, close behind Zambia's Lasaka.
Mumbai ranked third in the list of world's cheapest cities.
Chennai: The capital city of the southern state of Tamil Nadu was at the seventh spot.
New Delhi: The national capital was eighth in the list, going on to prove that cost of living here is more compared to the other Indian cities.