The state provides opportunities in the areas of organic and contract farming as well as in infrastructure developments related to agriculture. The state is home to over 850 factories in the food processing sector.
Rajasthan is the second-largest mineral producing state and the sole producer of lead and zinc in India. The state has one of the highest limestone reserves, making it a hub for cement industries. The state attracted about 59 mn tourists including foreign tourists during 2019. The state is home to India's first successful Japanese Industrial Zone located at Neemrana, spread across 473 ha.
Rajasthan is the largest state in India (area wise). It shares its border with five major Indian states — Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. An area of 13,447 sq km of the state falls in the National Capital Region (NCR), which is around 24.5% of the total NCR. 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.
Rajasthan has a vast network of national highways and railways, which provides excellent connectivity to major cities and ports of Gujarat and Maharashtra. The state's total road length is approximately 236,572 km, while the railway length stands at 5,929 km. The state has an international airport and an air-cargo complex in Jaipur, the state’s capital, and eight inland container depots.
Highest reserve of marble resources, limestone and sandstone
Largest producer of coarse cereals in India
Largest producer of blended fabric and wool in India