A series of three Policy Dialogues on ‘Making Liveable Cities: Challenges and Way Forward for India’ was organized by TERI in Panaji, Vijayawada and Gangtok with support from the Royal Embassy of Denmark and the International Urban Cooperation (IUC) programme of the European Union, for identifying ways and means to shape a ‘people-centric’ sustainable urbanization process in India. This was in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and India’s Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), in the 4000+ Mission cities and beyond. Through a review of the urban policy and institutional frameworks in different states and focused group discussions and activities, the Policy Dialogues invited inputs from various stakeholders working in the ‘urban’ domain, including Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) and Smart City Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs). With more than 150 policymakers, planners, practitioners, and academicians participating and contributing, the Dialogues identified key challenges and enablers for enhancing liveability of Indian cities. A National Workshop in October, 2018, in New Delhi was the concluding and culmination event of the Regional Policy Dialogues series. The Policy Brief and the Proceedings are the outcomes of the Policy Dialogues. They provide information about key recommendations on urban planning frameworks, strengthening local urban governance, financing and implementation mechanisms, urban innovation, and strengthening partnerships; with a view to contribute to the National Urbanization Policy.