Top 3 cleanest Cities Of India

cleanest Cities Of India

The Swachh Sruveshkhan awards for the year 2020, were released some cities in India have been found to be cleanest. Now let us see the best cities in India, and also the cleanest.

Three Cleanest Cities Of India

  1. Indore –  Madhya Pradesh

No surprise city has been named as the cleanest city by the Indian government.  They achieved this feast for 4 consecutive times. The state is governed by a ruled by BJP lead government. This city is densely populated so it was not easy to work on the garbage disposal and its proper segregation was a big challenge. Systematic disposal of garbage dry and wet garbage has to be given separately. They have not to be mixed it. Awareness about vermiculture has been increased. The administration has worked relentlessly for achieving this goal. Which was a mammoth task. All the credit goes to local authorities whose efforts have paid off after so many years of struggle and hardship.  They deserve a standing ovation for this. As far as Indore is concerned it was founded in 1715, it was the capital of the princely state which ruled by Holkars who are Maratha’s from Maharashtra. They are the warrior community from that state. A lot of industries have cropped up in this city mainly which are doing manufacturing cement, chemicals, furniture, sports goods, and metalwork, and many more. Due to such a big history city has a lot of historical places to visit for.

  1. Surat – Gujrat

One of the fastest-growing cities in India due to such rapid growth there was a rise in slums and a lot of garbage lying unattended also the drainage was overflowing. Local authorities had pulled up their socks and drastic measures were taken to clean the city. With such vigorous drive to clean the city was taken, all started with separation of waste material and proper disposal of the waste was done. Cleaning of the roads and public areas were done on a war footing by the local government bodies. They also starting penalizing people if they were found littering on the road. Cities were cleaned twice a day, a lot of private players were involved in this so the man force had increased much more time. Companies were deployed for transportation of the garbage, collecting it, and disposing of garbage was done on a priority and immediate basis. This has shown results but all this could not have been possible without the support of the common man who has actively supported the government and their cause. Which in turn is good for them only. It has been seen as a role model in other parts of the country.

  1. Navi Mumbai – Maharashtra

Ranking of this city has improved a lot it was standing 7 positions now moving to 3 positions was an uphill task. All of this was possible due to stringent measures taken by the government and local government. This turnaround has not happened overnight a lot of difficulties and challenges were posted during this time. Disposal of garbage was something which was to be worked upon that has been handled cleverly and systematically. Improving awareness among the public has been a government priority. Actions were taken against people, found littering in open. 

Below Is The List Of Other Cities That Have Been Named Cleanest Cities For The Year 2020

  • Ambikapur – Chhattisgarh
  • Mysore – Karnataka
  • Vijayawada – Andhra Pradesh
  • Ahmedabad – Gujarat
  • New Delhi
  • Chandrapur – Maharashtra
  • Khargone Madhya Pradesh
  • Rajkot – Gujarat
  • Tirupati – Andhra Pradesh
  • Jamshedpur – Jharkhand
  • Bhopal – Madhya Pradesh
  • Gandhinagar  – Gujarat
  • Chandigarh
  • Bilaspur – Chhattisgarh
  • Ujjain – Madhya Pradesh
  • Nasik – Maharashtra
  • Raigarh – Chhatisgarh


The above article will help you to know about the three cleanest cities in India. But task done by the local bodies is still not over. People of this area must keep their oath of keeping the city clean and green and try to create less waste or garbage, which is the future goal of all these cities and countries as a whole that is to generate minimum waste. Next-generation should by default need lean-to segregate the waste material as dry and wet. Natural decomposition of wet waste is something all the local bodies are trying on waterfront that would help to convert waste to manure. Which can be very useful for agricultural purposes. Vermiculture is something that helps them to achieve this result. Hope all the cities retain their ranks and continue doing their good work