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Monday, 14 March 2022

top 10 richest village of india

  top 10 richest village of india



1. Hiware Bazar, Maharashtra


Hiware Bazar is richest village in India with a monthly  capita income of RS30, 000. This village is located in  district, Maharashtra state.  is popular  its irrigation and efficient water conservation plans. The village has modern building, bustling markets, and immaculate road it. The village is quite upgraded compared  other rural areas in India, public defecating and tobacco smoking are also prohibited in .





  • 2. Hampi, Karnataka

    Hampi is a village located at the banks of the river, east-central Karnataka. This village is the pilgrimage centre for Hindu believer. i has been in existence since the 14 century and has been visited by Persians, Portuguese, and European travellers who also claim the richness and exquisiteness of  village. The village is a UNESCO world heritage site with ancient tomb, towers, monuments, and treasures. This village  also known for its bustling markets and buoyant economy.


    3. Maraog, Himachal Pradesh

    Maraog village is also referred to as ‘Apple King ‘and is located in Himachal Pradesh state. The village is renowned for high rate of apple export.  A business of export is suitable and can be nicely done  this village. Companies like Real and Tropicana are  sole source of income for residents in .


    4. Madhapur, Gujarat



    .Madhapur is a village in the Rangarredy district and also  suburb of Hyderabad. This village is known for its advancement and  A major area in Madhapur village is popularly known as HITEC CITY which has the greatest concentration of  formations. Around the early 1990s,  was only a small and rocky village with a low population. Now,has turned to the site of a concentration for modern hub and IT.


    5. Punsari, Gujarat

    Punsari is sometimes referred to as  smartest Indian village. The village is located in  district, Gujarat state. This village has advanced technology devices that aid their farm  commercial activities. In, free WIFI is enabled for the residents has been awarded the best village  India before. Besides, the Indian government has been taken steps  ensure the empowerment of women and tight security  the village.


    6. Baldia, Gujarat

    Baldia is also one of the most prosperous and richest village in India. This village is highly regarded because of its high internet connectivity, blossom economy, the good transport channel, and  advancement. The village has up to 8000 resident whose overall worth is more than RS 12O crores.


    7. Dharnai, Bihar

    Dharnai village is the first village in India  be powered entirely by the solar power system. This solar system achievement has a great impact  Indian resident’s life. Most villages in India are known to be short of good electricity supply which lead to the setback of the concerned village’ economy.  village has a good electricity supply and quite  blossom economy which makes  one  the richest villages in India.


    8. Pothanikkad, Kerala

     is a village located  Ernakulam district, Kerala state. This village is the first in India  achieve 100% literacy. is a name derived from Malayalam words;  means buffalo, means Elephant and  which means forest. The wild forest with buffaloe might have been the inspiration behind this name.  is currently the most socially developed and educated village Kerala.


    9. Khetwadi, Maharashtra

    village is one of the richest  India. This village resident engages more in agricultural activities.  has many magnificent temples and monument in it. The village has been in existence for a long time and these ancient temples in it signify  richness and wealth since then.


    10. Kokrebellur, Karnataka

    Kokrebellur is also one of the richest village in India. The village is located in  district,  state. The village is known for its respect for bird as the natives have a special belief about them. They believe these bird are the carrier of fortune and prosperity  the village. The village has a large bird sanctuary which has now become  centre of attraction to tourist.


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