Pradyumna Damani used to live in Chennai but now runs a dairy farm. He said he disliked city life. Photo: Kalpana SunderPradyumna Damani used to live in Chennai but now runs a dairy farm. He said he disliked city life. Photo: Kalpana Sunder
Pradyumna Damani used to live in Chennai but now runs a dairy farm. He said he disliked city life. Photo: Kalpana Sunder

Indian millennials escape big cities for more low-key small town lifestyles

  • Indian cities are some of the most polluted cities in the world, with traffic jams and overloaded infrastructure
  • Unlike previous generations, who did not have the luxury of choice, younger Indians have decided overcrowded cities are not worth the hassle

Topic |   India
Pradyumna Damani used to live in Chennai but now runs a dairy farm. He said he disliked city life. Photo: Kalpana SunderPradyumna Damani used to live in Chennai but now runs a dairy farm. He said he disliked city life. Photo: Kalpana Sunder
Pradyumna Damani used to live in Chennai but now runs a dairy farm. He said he disliked city life. Photo: Kalpana Sunder
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