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About the Jaipur district

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Brief About Jaipur District

The district is situated in the eastern part of Rajasthan. It is bound in the north by Sikar and Alwar, in South by Tonk, Ajmer and Sawai Madhopur. Nagaur, Sikar and Ajmer in the west and in east by Bharatpur and Dausa districts.

Distance from major Cities
Delhi-261 kms.
Ahmedabad-625 kms.
Chandigarh-510 kms.
Mumbai-1,176 kms.
Calcutta-1,472 kms.
Agra-246 kms.

Climate and Rainfall
The climate of the district is dry and healthy and is subject to extremeness of cold and heat at various places.
The minimum and maximum temperatures recorded in the district varies from 8.0 to 48 degree celsius
Normal annual rainfall is 55.64 cms

Administration Setup
After the formation of new Dausa district, there are 13 tehsils and the same number of Panchayat Samities. The total number of towns are 14.

Major Crops and their Production
Production: 1999-00 (Tonnes)

Wheat 4,00,214
Bajra 1,34,909
Barley 1,13,009
Rapeseed and mustard 1,02,500
Pulses 79,534
Gram 58,085
Groundnut 36,006
Sugarcane 8,044
Maize 4,716
Jowar 584
Red chillies 299
Sesamum 36

Minerals Production: 1999-00 (Tonnes)
Lime stone 55,000
Soap stone 38,356
Kaoline 12,707
Felspar 8,245
Stealite 8,291
Iron ore 8,000
Quartz 1,054
Calcite 5


Jaipur district is receiving the hydro-electric power, supplied by the Chambal Hydel System. Out of total 2,131 villages in the district, 2,131 were electrified as on March 2000.

The major rivers passing through the Jaipur district are Banas and Banganga. The ground water resources to the extent of about 28.65 million cubic meter are available in the district.

Road Transport
Jaipur city is the capital of the state and is centrally located. The National Highway No.8 links Delhi to Ahmedabad and No.11, linking Bikaner to Agra passes through Jaipur district to a total length of 366 kms. The total length of different types of roads in the district was about 4,102 kms as of March 2000.

Rail Transport
Jaipur district is connected with meter gauge rail route with Sri Ganganagar, Ajmer, Udaipur and Sirohi. Jaipur is also connected with major centres of neighbouring states such as Agra (Uttar Pradesh), Ahmedabad (Gujarat) and Delhi. Recently, Jaipur has got connected in broad gauge, enabling direct connections to cities like Sawai Madhopur, Kota, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Bombay, Howrah, Lucknow, Kanpur & Delhi.

Air Transport
Jaipur is connected by air with Jodhpur, Udaipur, Aurangabad, Delhi, Bombay and outside the country with Paris, London & Dublin.

Communication Facilities (Nos)
Post offices 599
Telegraph offices 143
Telecom centres 9
PCOs 859
Telephone exchanges 150