Kolkata is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Located on the bank of the Hooghly River, it is regarded as the commercial, cultural and educational centre of East India. The city has been home to some of India’s most well-known sons, including Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, and Oscar winner for lifetime achievement, film maker Satyajit Ray. Apart from being the intellectual hub of India, Kolkata’s sweets are no less well-known. The Gulab Jamun, Rasagulla and Mishti Doi, are just some of the delectable sweets that help make this the city of joy. Kolkata has a rich history of people’s movements, and the locals here share in three parts equally, a love for fish, football and politics.
Salt Lake Stadium or Yuva Bharati Krirangan is a multipurpose stadium in Bidhannagar , Kolkata. It is the largest stadium in Asia. It can hold 85000 spectators. The stadium had a record attendance of 1,31,000 spectators watching a derby match between East Bengal and Mohun Bagan in 1997. The stadium recently switched back to natural grass from artificial turf as part of the preparations for hosting the FIFA U’17 World Cup. The stadium also hosted a FIFA friendly between Argentina and Venezuela on September 02, 2011.
Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium is also known as Kaloor International Stadium is a multipurpose Stadium located in Kochi,Kerala.
The stadium has a capacity of 60,500 spectators making it one of the largest stadiums in India. The capacity can be stretched to 75,000 which indeed makes it the largest stadium in India currently. The Kaloor Stadium was originally constructed as a football stadium considering that Kerala is one of the few regions in India where Football enjoys considerable popularity. Indeed, in a match between India and Iraq in 1997, approximately 100,000 spectators filled up the venue, thus overcrowding it, which remains a record at this place. The Kaloor Stadium (there are many other stadiums named 'Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium') has played host to a number of international Crocket and Football matches. After 1998, football went down and cricket took the centre stage for many years, drawing sell-out games and high money grossers. The game between Kerala Blasters FC and Chennaiyin FC saw 61,323 spectators on 30 November 2014.
Delhi is the capital territory of India, home to an estimated 25 million people, making it the second most populous city in the world. Delhi, popularly known as the city of Djinns, faced a regular stream of invaders from the North, and was built and rebuilt at least 8 times, the historic remains of which can be seen scattered through the city, prime examples being Red Fort, Old Fort, Tughlaqabad and Qutub-Minar. Delhi is a wonderful mix of the old and new, and a buzzing centre of cultural activity. The old city offers a variety of delectable street food, local handicrafts, jewellery, fabric, and so much more, a majority of these are housed in narrow crowded streets. While New Delhi shows off the city’s modern face, with wide roads, housing key government offices, (since the Central government of India is based here) as are all the foreign missions. Watch out for a sensory overload in this truly vibrant and diverse city.
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi is a multipurpose sports arena hosting football and other sports event. In terms of seating capacity it is the fourth largest stadium in India. The stadium was constructed by the Government of India to host the 9th Asian Games in 1982. It was also the main venue for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. It hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the CWG 2010.
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Formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Lying on the west coast of India, its port handles about 40% of India’s maritime trade. Mumbai is considered the commercial, financial and entertainment capital of India and is one of the cities which have helped develop India into a global economic power, with business opportunities and the offer of a higher standard of living attracting migrants from all over the country.
The DY Patil Stadium is a football and cricket stadium in Nerul, Mumbai. The stadium was inaugurated on March 04,2008 and was the home ground for IPL team Mumbai Indians. The stadium has a capacity of 55,000 spectators.
The Fatorda Stadium, officially known as the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is a multipurpose stadium situated in Margao, Goa. It
is Goa’s only international stadium. It has a seating capacity of 19,000 people. The venue was established in 1989 and is
owned and operated by the Sports Authority of Goa. In 2014 it was upgraded to the latest FIFA specifications. With a roof
covering 100 percent of the seating area, fans enjoy wide, comfortable seats with ample spacing between them. The stadium
complex provides two levels of fans seating arrangement along with a VVIP area, which provides the ultimate setting for
interacting with guests and enjoying football while indulging in the comfort of this private environment. Facilities
include HD compliant arena lighting, natural turf, Broadcast room, TV Studio, Player Dressing rooms, Match Delegates area,
Dope control rooms, Medical rooms for players and spectators, VIP Lounge, Corporate boxes, Media Tribune and Media working
stations ,Press Conference area, Mixed zone area, CCTV camera, swimming pool, multipurpose gymnasium and parking
Guwahati is the largest city of Assam, a major riverine port city and one of the fastest growing cities in India, situated on the South Bank of river Brahmaputra . The ancient cities of Pragjyotishpura and Durjaya (North Guwahati) were the capitals of the ancient state of Kamarupa under the Varman and Pala dynasties. Many ancient Hindu temples are in the city, giving it the name "City of Temples". Dispur, the capital of Assam, is in the circuit city region located within Guwahati and is the seat of the Government of Assam.
Guwahati lies between the banks of the Brahmaputra River and the foothills of the Shillong plateau, with LGB International Airport to the west and the town of Narengi to the east. It is gradually being expanded as North Guwahati to the northern bank of the Brahmaputra. The noted Madan Kamdev is situated 30 kilometres from Guwahati. The Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC), the city's local government, administers an area of 216 square kilometres (83 sq mi), while the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) is the planning and development body of greater Guwahati Metropolitan Area. With an area of 1,528 square kilometres (590 sq mi), Guwahati is the second-largest metropolitan region in eastern India, after Kolkata.
Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium is also known as Sarusajai Stadium. Besides hosting football matches, the stadium is also used for athletics. It has a total capacity of 35,000. In 2007, it hosted the 33rd National Games of India.
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