Winning the ‘Cleanest City’ title, Indore is the largest and the most populated city in Madhya Pradesh. Indore is the headquarters of Indore District as well as Indore Division. The seat of Indian Institute of technology and Indian Institute of Management, Indore spans over an area of 530 square kilometers. Indore is one of the 100 cities in India selected to cover under Smart Cities Mission. Surat is a commercial and economic center in South Gujarat. One of western India’s largest urban hubs, Surat is one of the fastest growing cities in the country as per a survey conducted by the Economic Times. In 2013, the Annual Survey of India's City-Systems (ASICS) awarded the Best City title to Surat, now chosen as the second cleanest city.The second largest city in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada’s geographical location is the heart of Andhra Pradesh. Vijayawada is often described as the political, educational, cultural, and commercial capital of Andhra Pradesh, now scoring the third place among the cleanest Indian cities.A planned city in the west coast of India, Navi Mumbai is part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). Navi Mumbai spreads across two districts namely Thane and Raigad. This city is a home to a number of multinational corporations and a long list of high profile educational institutions. Navi Mumbai qualifies for the fourth place among the cleanest cities.In fifth place among the cleanest cities is Pune, the second largest city in Maharashtra and the seventh most populated city in the country. Over the recent years, Pune has been regarded as the country’s second major IT hub and a highly famous manufacturing and automobile hub in India.Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh scores the sixth place among the cleanest cities in India. The state’s major hub for commerce and trade, Raipur is also considered one of the best cities in India to do business. Chosen for the sixth place among the top ten cleanest cities in India, Raipur is also rich in mineral reserves and factories. Seventh in the list is Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Famously known as the City of Lakes, Bhopal is the state’s most important financial and economic hub along with Indore. Bhopal is the seat of a large number of educational and research institutions of national importance and is the headquarters of the West Central Railways’ Bhopal Division.Vadodara qualifying for the eighth cleanest city is also known by the name Baroda. This is Gujarat’s second largest city and also home to a number of large scale industries. The National Highway 8 and the railway line connecting Delhi and Mumbai pass through Vadodara, named after (Vat) Banyan tree. The ninth place among India’s cleanest cities is awarded to Visakhapatnam, the largest and the most populated city of Andhra Pradesh. This is also the second largest city in the east coast following Chennai and is the fourth largest city in South India. The city is a home to a number of state and central educational institutions. The last in the list of top 10 cleanest cities is Ahmedabad, the most populated city in Gujarat and the fifth most populated in India. Ahmedabad houses the recently built Narendra Modi Stadium, which is also the largest stadium in the world. Ahmedabad was also ranked as the third fastest growing cities by Forbes in the decade between 2010 and 2020.