a. Formation of cities can take place in various methods. Regions that are located at the densely trade routes tend to urbanize. For instance, Pataliputra and Ujjain in ancient India were prosperous cities that were located on trade routes.
b. Cities like Bombay, Madras, Kolkata were more developed compared to other regions because of British policy.
c. Mineral rich region tends to attract investment and big industries. These industries create enormous employment opportunities and development of ancillary industries. Ex: Jamshedpur
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