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This city serves as a capital of two states, Punjab and Haryana. But it is administered by a federal government and is classified as a Union Territory.

Chandigarh has two satellite cities located in Punjab and Haryana that are built on the lines of Chandigarh: Panchkula and Mohali.

Both these cities are virtually the parts of Chandigarh and house a major population operating in Chandigarh. Chandigarh Technology Park is the city's entry gate to the world of information technology.

Chandigarh is also famous for its Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhna Lake and its famous market in Sector 17.

These spots are very popular with both locals and tourists.

It also has state of the art lodging facilities to cater to the flourishing tourism industry.

The service sector, which comprises of educational institutes, consultancies, tourism industry, real estate and insurance companies, make considerable contribution to the state economy.

Chandigarh Information

Date of formation 1 November 1966
MayorAsha Kumari Jaswal
AdministratorShri V.P. Singh Badnore
Tourist attractionsRock gardens, Sukhna Lake, Capitol Complex, Open-Hand monument, Rose garden.
FestivalsFestival of Gardens, Mango Festival, Maha Moorldi Sammelan (April Fool's Day)
LanguagesHindi, Punjabi, English
Size114 sq. km
Population (Census 2011)1,055,450
Major cropswheat, maize, paddy
FactoidsChandigarh gets its name from the Goddess Chandi.
French architect Le Corbusier (Charles Edourd Jeanneret) planned the city.
No. of District 1

List of Districts in Chandigarh

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Last Updated on: July 09,2020

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