Rajasthan, literally meaning "Abode of the Rajas (Kings)," is culturally rich and topographically diverse.
Jaipur has emerged as a hub for technological innovation.
142 GW of solar potential and 18.7 GW of wind potential,
Thousands of years of rich cultural heritage and traditions.
Largest producer of blended fabric and wool in the nation.
Highest reserves of marble, sandstone and limestone in India.
US$ 132.2bn GSDP recorded during fiscal year 2018-19.
Rajasthan is the sole producer of lead & zinc concentrate, calcite, selenite and wollastonite and accounts for almost all the production of ochre, silver, steatite and gypsum.
The state has the solar potential of 142 GW, highest among Indian states, and wind potential of 18.7 GW. The total installed power capacity is nearly 23,000 MW.
Over the next five years, the State Government plans to build 20,000 km of state highways through Public Private Partnership to boost connectivity and trade.
Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corp has developed 327 industrial areas acquiring 74,228 acres of land throughout the state, to jump-start investment activities.
Single Window Clearance system which aims to act as a single point of contact for all applications and clearances for investors in the state. Has seen rising interest in past years.
The state is the largest producer of coarse cereals and coriander, and the second-largest producer of pulses, oilseeds, cumin and garlic in India. A key source of spices in India.
Built on the back of glorious and distinct history, traditions, and culture ,the state attracted about 51.9 million tourists including 1.7 million foreign tourists during 2018.
The policy takes a holistic approach to promote the state as an investment destination. It seeks to achieve a quantum improvement in the numerous, critical components — land, infrastructure, skill-pool, policy environment, investor experience — that constitute the core of the industrial and investment ecosystem.
The new Policy has been framed keeping in view the guidelines under the 'Suraj Sankalp' Policy document, new emerging trends in the tourism sector, representations given by various stakeholders including the tourism and trade organisations and also the suggestions received from other departments.
Here are the leading sectors with opportunities for foreign investors
Honda Motors has set up manufacturing operation in Rajasthan
German confectionery brand Dr. Oetker has a production unit in Rajasthan
Saint-Gobain, a French glass company, has a manufacturing base in Rajasthan.
German engineering company Bosch has a manufacturing base in Rajasthan.
Daikin, a Japanese air-conditioning brand, has a production plant in Rajasthan.
Refinery cum petrochemical complex in Barmer district with an estimated project cost of US$6.7b.
Japanese Investment Zone at Ghiloth spread over 202 ha of land; Korean Industrial Zone at Ghilot near Neemrana, spread across 106 ha of land
Jaipur, Udaipur, Kota and Ajmer are the cities identified in Rajasthan, for development under the Smart Cities Mission.
About 40% (567 km) of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor will pass through Rajasthan
Industrial areas at Ghiloth, Khushkhera, Karoli and Prahaladpura; Greenfield international airport at Bhiwadi in Alwar District
The allocation of US$70600 million by the Central Government will enable the Government of Rajasthan to equip 5,864 villages contaminated by Nitrate,Fluoride, salinity and Iron with potable water.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments