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The administrative headquarters of the region of Western Rajasthan, also known as the former princely state of Jaipur, is Jaipur, the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Jaipur is located in the South of India, on the banks of the river banks of the river, the Ganges, in the Rajasthan region of India. It lies on the National Highway No. 8, that connects Delhi and Kolkata, in the national capital region. Jaipur is located at 24°25′N 75°08′E,[124] in the northeastern part of the Indian subcontinent, close to the border with Pakistan, about 270 km (172 mi) from New Delhi and 119 km (74 mi) from Delhi International Airport. The projected urban population of Jaipur in the year 2021 by the Indian Planning Commission is 2,452,985.[125] Its elevation is about 948 m (3,094 ft)[126] and is 221 metres (699 ft) above sea-level. The city is administered by the state government of Rajasthan. Jaipur is one of the richest cities in India, ranking as the fifth richest city in terms of businesses, which ties the state of Gujarat for the most richest cities in India. It is the largest and most populated city of the state of Rajasthan.

Jaipur’s revenue district is primarily drawn from its area, which increased by 40% in 2009 over the previous fiscal. Part of the district is the northern section of the Thar Desert. The city lies within the Thar Desert and the Thar Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, a part of the Madhya Pradesh biodiversity hotspot. In 2011, Jaipur was chosen as one of India’s Smart cities. The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) was established by the state government of Rajasthan to rejuvenate the city.

Rajasthan’s natural resources include coal, iron ore, limestone, mica, marble, natural gas, stone, water, sugarcane, cotton and silk. The main crops are jute, wheat, maize, sugarcane, groundnut, cotton, poppy, sunflower, and pulses.