10 Lines on My City: Cities are prominent places with a touch of modernity that present a cosmopolitan outlook. People dwelling in cities are usually fast-on-the-go compared to the slow and sluggish lifestyle in the rural countryside. People are generally occupied in various employment sectors and live a hustle-bustle life. High rise buildings, flyovers and underpasses, zooming vehicles, fast food outlets, people from all backgrounds and cultures etc. are some of the prominent features of most of the cities. Cities have a deep connection with the urban population as they provide useful ways of livelihood for most urban lovers. Easy accessibility to essential needs, good connectivity and lucrative educational and career options make cities the most sought after places to live.
Below we have provided ten lines on my city, written in easy and simple words for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 students.
Set 1 – 10 Lines on My City
Ten lines on My City for classes 1 to 5
- Bengaluru is my favourite city, and it is proudly called the silicon valley of India and the local language spoken here is Kannada along with Hindi, English, Tamil, and Telugu etc.
- It is the capital of Karnataka state and houses the central authorities of most governmental, administrative, municipal and judicial offices.
The ancient city is home to some of the premier establishments like Indian Institute of Science, DRDO or
- Defence Research and Development Organization, ISRO or Indian Space Research Organization and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited.
- The IT [Information Technology] hub of India houses some of the predominant IT major giants like Infosys, TCS, Wipro, HCL etc. and has created a niche for itself on the world map.
- Some of the most iconic sightseeing places in Bengaluru include Vidhana Soudha, Visveswaraiah Museum, Venkataraman Art Gallery, Central Library, Lalbagh and Cubbon Park.
- The city offers a delight to food lovers, and all types of cuisines from Punjabi to Andhra and Italian to Mexican can be tried at various food joints sprawling across the city streets.
- Shopping is undoubtedly the most famous activity happening in the city, and the high-rise malls and complexes are proof that the city has much more to offer.
- For students, the city houses some of the prestigious educational institutions and higher education attracts people from across the country for its world-class teaching and facilities.
- For sports lovers, the city provides some of the best stadiums in the country, and recreational clubs and social groups are very active in the urban landscape.
- Bengaluru is also famously called the hub of start-ups for its seamless encouragement of young entrepreneurs to establish and promote their business ventures.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on My City
Few lines on My City for classes 5 to 8
- Mumbai is the city I live in, and it’s popularly called ‘The city of dreams’, located in the western part of India and the capital of Maharashtra state.
- The city was called ‘Bombay’ until the year 1996 and is proudly the largest city in India and also the financial capital of the country.
- Some of the most prominent economic drivers of the country like Reserve Bank of India, BSE or Bombay Stock
- Exchange and NSE or National Stock Exchange are located in the city along with numerous multinational corporations and technological giants.
- The public transportation system of the town, namely the local trains and the red coloured famous BEST buses are a role model for other cities to improve their civic commute systems.
- Popular tourist spots in Mumbai include the Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Marine Drive, Siddhivinayak Temple, Sanjay Gandhi National Park and CST or Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.
- Some of the most prominent languages spoken in the city are Marathi, English, Hindi and Gujarati, but people from various cultures across the country have made the town their residence for the sake of employment.
- Mumbai is home to street food, chats, spicy delicacies and the city celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi festival as one of the grandest occasions with its people.
- Most of the Indian film and television fraternity live in Mumbai, and celebrities from Bollywood are recognised the world over.
- Some of the marvellous new generation attractions of the city include Bandra-Worli Sea link, Mumbai Metro facilities and Navi Mumbai International Airport that have established excellent connectivity with the rest of the country.
Whenever it rains, the city is facing flood-like situations due to waterlogging, overgrowth of industrial establishments and ever-increasing population, thus calling for better means of urban planning measures.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on My City
Ten lines on My City for classes 9 to 12
- I live in the incredible city of New Delhi, the capital of India and a significant union territory of the country.
- Some of the historical places of importance like Red Fort, Parliament House, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid and Lotus Temple are situated in the city.
- Delhi houses some of the significant business establishments of the country and all central government ministries and officials reside in the city.
- The Moghuls once ruled the city, and the urban landscape is filled with pristine buildings and beautiful infrastructure.
- The Prime Minister of India unfurls and hoists our tricolour flag at the Red Fort annually on the events of Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations.
- River Yamuna flows on the banks of the city and its mass transport system like metro rails; bullet trains and international flight connectivity genuinely make it a world-class hub.
- The city has sprawling gardens, national parks, amusement parks, art houses, libraries, museums and galleries which cater to people of all age groups.
- The seat of the power- Rashtrapati Bhavan, one of the most iconic places in the country is situated in Delhi, and it consists of the North Block, South Block, the President’s residence and the Secretariat.
- Delhi is one of the busiest commercial and industrial hotspots in the world where national and international trade and commerce activities take place with regular visits from foreign dignitaries, top diplomats, bureaucrats, envoys, officials and leading business tycoons.
- The city of Delhi has preserved its rich cultural legacy and heritage and has maintained the majestic splendour of its ancient monuments while throwing a beautiful example of religious diversity and co-existence.