India, April 3 -- Unacademy CEO Gaurav Munjal, while speaking at TechSparks 2024, promoted Bengaluru as the "start-up" capital of India over cities like Mumbai and Delhi. His remark has created chatter on social media, with many sharing their opinions. Udit Goenka, founder and CEO of Software Development firm Little SaaS, shared his reaction too and explained why he prefers Gurgaon over Bengaluru for start-ups.

"If you are building a 'tech' company, Gurgaon is the place to be and not Bangalore!" Goenka wrote. He also listed five reasons, including Gurgaon being "more affordable", having a "huge buyer's market", and also "decent weather."

"I moved to Gurgaon last week, and in just one week, I have built a pipeline of over 40 Lakhs for Ti...