Rajasthan: Industrial Development

Rajasthan: Industrial Development   Rajasthan is a MOST leading investment destination in India after Maharashtra and Gujarat because of peaceful environment, better law and order situation, excellent infrastructure, investment friendly climate and very less population density. Areas facing NCR such Read More …

Rajasthan: Minerals

Rajasthan: Minerals     Rajasthan enjoys a virtual monopoly in the production of minerals like wollastonite, lead, zinc, calcite, gypsum, rock phosphate, silver, marble, sandstone and serpentine (green marble). There are approximately 3,403 mining leases for major minerals and 11,861 Read More …

Rajasthan: Transportation Network

Rajasthan: Transportation Network     Transport, an important component of the tertiary sector is of immense significance in a country’s economic development. With the advancements complexities and sophistication of the modern world, a country cannot think of attaining economic the Read More …

Rajasthan: Scheduled Tribes

Rajasthan: Scheduled Tribes     The Scheduled Tribe (ST) population of Rajasthan State constitutes 8.4 percent of the total ST population of India. The Scheduled Tribes of the State constitute 12.6 percent of the total population of the State. It Read More …

Major Cities and Tourist places of Rajasthan

Rajasthan: Major Cities and Tourist places of Rajasthan   Rajasthan is the largest state of India in terms of area covered. Covering most of the Great Indian Desert, Rajasthan has emerged to be one of the leading international tourist destinations Read More …

Rajasthan: Irrigation and Hydropower

Rajasthan: Irrigation and Hydropower   At the time of independence there was 1 major project, 43 medium and 2272 minor projects and the irrigation potential was only 4 lac ha. Hence after independence the state irrigation department was formed in Read More …

Horticulture of Rajasthan

 Horticulture of Rajasthan     The salient features of Horticulture in Rajasthan are summarized below: 90% of the rainfall is received during monsoon season. In addition to spatial variation there is much variation in yearly pattern in rainfall. Mango, Aonla, Read More …