How India Has Achieved Polycentricity, and What Secondary Cities Can Do To Optimize It

Rowan Fraser

Commonly in India, visitors marvel at the sheer scale of plurality and diversity there.  A young German on a train sitting opposite me waxes lyrical over the numerous cultures, languages, cuisines and, of course, cities of India.  ‘I’ve been to ten cities over two weeks, Bangaluru, Hyderabad, Mysore in just a couple of days.  All of them vast.  Its amazing,’ she says. READ MORE