Two Cheapest Cities to Live in India
India’s capital New Delhi and the country’s financial capital Mumbai are discovered to be the cheapest cities to live in the country by an international survey. According to report by Switzerland’s UBS Bank, Mumbai and Delhi are the cheapest cities to live in India and Mumbai is slightly costlier than Delhi. The survey also revealed that salaries in these cities are also low. Sofia in Bulgaria, Prague in the Czech Republic, Bucharest in Romania and Kiev in Ukraine are listed among world’s cheapest cities to live in along with the two Indian metros. Zurich and Geneva of Swiss are declared most expensive cities in the world, followed by New York in the third position. Norway’s capital Oslo, UK capital London are listed fourth and fifth expensive cities in the world by survey reports.