Jaipur has traditionally been a part of the 'golden triangle' as the third mega tourist destination in Northern India apart from Delhi and Agra. Thus, due to its numerous attractions like forts, havelis, medieval Indian architectural marvels like the Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar (Galactic Observatory), Jaipur has been a known destination to both Indian as well as global audiences. From the economic point of view, Jaipur has been gaining prominence as a key node on the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. The state capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur has the advantage of being situated on the confluence of three national highways NH-8, NH-11 and NH-12, which makes transportation and accessibility to the location easy. The city also enjoys excellent rail and air connectivity to various domestic destinations. It has international air connectivity to select cities in the Middle East.
Established tourist destination in Northern India with high concentration of hotels rooms Largest exporter of gems & jewellery along with a thriving cottage industry Availability of large land parcels at attractive rates in the peripheral areas Significant infrastructure developments and IT sector friendly policies initiated by the state government
Ring Road Project admeasuring 145 kms around Jaipur
International Convention Centre & Golf Course Planned metro rail connectivity