Rajasthan, India’s largest state by area, borders Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat, five other significant Indian states. Around 40 percent of the Indian market is accessible through this state’s bordering states, and it also acts as a vital transportation link between the northern Indian states and the ports along India’s western coast.

Thrust sector

  1. Agri processing
  2. Auto & EV
  4. IT & ITES
  5. Medical & Health
  6. Minerals
  7. Petrochemical
  8. Renewable energy
  9. Textile
  10. Tourism

Why to Invest in Rajasthan

Additional Benefit

In Auto & EV sector:-

  1. On auto component for invest amount equal to or more than INR 100mn there is interest subsidy or capital subsidy
  2. On EV for invest amount equal to or more than INR 250 mn there is interest subsidy or capital subsidy.
  3. On E-Charging and swapping station for invest amount equal to or more than INR 2.5 mn there is interest subsidy or capital subsidy.

For IT & ITES: –

  1. Mahindra World City in Jaipur, North India’s largest IT SEZ (spread over 750 acres), offers excellent infrastructure for IT and ITeS companies.
  2. Fintech Park :- An integrated Park to be spread over 37 hectares is being planned in Jaipur with world-class, state-of-the-art facilities for IT players in Finance Segment. It will be located at just 2 km from Jaipur International Airport.


  • Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation Limited (RIICO) plans to develop a Rajasthan Petrochem Region (RPR) in the vicinity of the upcoming Refinery cum Petrochemical Complex.
  • Two industrial areas – in Borawas-Kalawa (17 km from the Refinery) and Ramnagar (Thob) (35 km from the Refinery) have already been developed by RIICO. Further, 16 government land parcels of about 2290 ha have been identified in Barmer and Jodhpur districts.
  • A 9 MMTPA Refinery cum Petrochemical Complex is being constructed by HPCL Rajasthan Refinery Limited (HRRL) at Pachpadra in Barmer district in the state.
  • Range of petrochemical products including Polypropylene (1053 KTPA), LLDPE (488 KTPA), HDPE (488 KTPA), Butadiene (150 KTPA), Benzene (137 KTPA) and Toluene (107 KTPA) will be available for setting up downstream industries.


The state offers a number of advantages to ESDM players:

  • Availability of Key Inputs: Leaders in production of Silver, Silica and Copper
  • Existing Electronics & Computer Software exports of INR 27.29 billion provides a strong industry foundation in the state
  • Bhiwadi region in NCR is developing as a major ESDM hub
  • Jaipur-Bhiwadi-Neemrana-Udaipur-Ajmer- Kota are emerging as the next brownfield electronic manufacturing cluster
  • Vast pool of trained manpower with 116 Engineering Colleges and over 1600 ITIs
  • Mahindra World City in Jaipur is an excellent location with world-class facilities
  • An EMC has been planned at Karoli over 120 acres

Conclusion: –

Rajasthan provides various sectors like Tourism, Petrochemical, IT & ITES, Minerals, Medical and Health and renewable energy etc. in which government of Rajasthan is providing various benefits to investors.