Based on the basis of a census conducted in 2011, India is a second largest populated country. Today the population of India is around 120 crores. So today we are sharing a list of India’s Most Crowded Places.
1. Mumbai Local – Local Train In India’s Most Crowded Places
Mumbai Local Train is also known as Mumbai Suburban Railway Or Lifeline Of Mumbai. According to Wikipedia daily 75 million people are using Mumbai local train for their traveling. Its annual ridership is approximately 2.64 billion. Mumbai Local Train is divided into three lines 1. Harbour Line 2. Western Line 3. Central Line. Most crowded timings for Mumbai Local is in morning between 8 to 10 and in evening 5 to 8. So if you are planning to visit Mumbai and going to use Mumbai Local Train then make schedule according to these timings.
2. Chandni Chowk, Delhi – Business Hub In India’s Most Crowded Places
Chandni Chowk is India’s Biggest, Oldest business market and one of the most crowded places in India. It was built by Mughal Badshah “Shahjahan” in the 17th Century. It is located in front of Red Fort in Old Delhi. Mainly it is well known for Cloth market. If you are looking for cheapest rates then Chandni Chowk will be ultimate option for you. But before going there just make sure your pockets are safe.
3. Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra – The Only Rath Yatra In India’s Most Crowded Places
Every year this Jagannath Rath Yatra happens in Puri, Odisha. According to the mythology of Hindu religion, it is the oldest Rath Yatra of India. In the last year 2016, the presence of 50 million people was recorded here. So if you are traveling to Odisha during June-July make schedule according to that.
4. Allahabad Kumbh Mela – Mahakumbh In India’s Most Crowded Places
You must be thinking that Mahakumbh should have been at number one on this list of India’s Most Crowded Places. But it is placed on this list at number 4 because the Mahakumbh occurs once in 12 years. Mahakumbh is observed in Allahabad, at the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati rivers known as Triveni Sangam. In the year 2013, during the 55 days of Mahakumbh, 12 crore people showed their presence. So if you are traveling to Allahabad in the year of Mahakumbh be careful.
5. Lalbaugcha Raja, Mumbai – Ganpati Festival In India’s Most Crowded Places
As we all know there is a lot of crowd throughout Mumbai during Ganesh Festival. But there is no match for Lalbaugh Ganesh Festival. If you want to get Lalbaug Ganesh Ji’s darshan then believe that you may have to stand in queue for 2 days.In the last year 2016, 1.5 million people visited this place during Ganesh festival.
6. Jama Masjid, Only Masjid In India’s Most Crowded Places
Our list of India’s Most Crowded Places will be incomplete without Jama Masjid of New Delhi. With the capacity of 25000 people, This is one of the largest mosques in India.Jama Masjid is near Chandni Chowk. Yes, this is the Chandni Chowk, which is in second place on this list. Just think what would be the crowd number of this part of Delhi. So if you are going there, avoid visiting on the day of Eid.
This was our special list of India’s Most Crowded Places for our busy travelers. Stay Tuned with us for updates.
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