Economy

Rajasthan's economy is primarily agricultural and pastoral. Wheat and barley are cultivated over large areas, as are pulses, sugarcane, and oilseeds. Cotton and tobacco are the state's cash crops. Rajasthan is among the largest producers of edible oils in India and the second largest producer of oilseeds. Rajasthan is also the biggest wool-producing state in India and the main opium producer and consumer. There are mainly two crop seasons. The water for irrigation comes from wells and tanks. The Indira Gandhi Canal irrigates northwestern Rajasthan.

 

The main industries are mineral based, agriculture based, and textiles. Rajasthan is the second largest producer of polyester fibre in India. The Pali and Bhilwara District produces more cloth than Bhiwandi, Maharashtra and the bhilwara is the largest city in suitings production and export and Pali is largest city in cotton and polyster in blouse pes and rubia production and export. Several prominent chemical and engineering companies are located in the city of Kota, in southern Rajasthan. Rajasthan is pre-eminent in quarrying and mining in India. The TajMahal was built from the white marble which was mined from a town called Makrana. The state is the second largest source of cement in India. It has rich salt deposits at Sambhar, copper mines at Khetri, Jhunjhunu and zinc mines at Dariba, Zawar mines at Zawarmala for zinc, Rampura Aghucha (opencast) near Bhilwara.

 

 

Jhalawar - An economic perspective 

Jhalawar is also known for the Production of Citrus (Oranges). The area around Bhawani Mandi and surrounding rural belt have got huge orchards and fields of oranges that's why it's called as "The Orange City". The speciality about orange trees is that each tree gets two crops in one year i.e. summer & winter crop on same tree in different season. The Bhawanimandi & surrounding rural belt got proud of achieving second rank in orange production in India after Nagpur.

More on:                    http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/agriculture/fruit-of-labour/article3889423.ece

            http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-09-15/news/42083787_1_orange-crop-orange-grove-nagpur-orange

 

 

 

Jhalawar has many historical sites and locations that are full of natural beauty. These sites are important from point of archeology and history. This also presents

Jhalawar as a major tourist hub in Rajasthan, that can provide tourists with plethora of natural scenery and historical adventure.

 

 

Availability of Minerals

Mineral

Leases

Area(in Hector)

Production(Tons)

Sandstone

54

89.24

24974

Masonary Stone

29

29.500

1273240

Bantonite

5

5.010

2212

Limestone (Dimnl.)

48

211.82

1626470

Limestone (Burning)

1

1.00

1000

Kankar-Bajri

0

0.00

1274062

Murram

0

0.000

700000

Economy

Jhalawar belt has  many mining sites from which kota stone is mined and this stone is then crushed and polished in many industries present in Jhalawar region.

The biriyakhedi and pipliya regions in Jhalawar are some of the major mining sites in Jhalawar. 

 

 

INDUSTRIAL SCENERIO OF JHALAWAR

Major industries are of Stone cutting, Stone Polishing, Vegetable Oil, Henna Powder, Readymade Garments, Wood Furniture, Cement-made tanks, PVC pipes, Shoes, Washing Powders , Tyre Retrading, Spices etc. . Major Handicraft units are of Utensils, Stone-pillars, Leather shoes, Clothes, Pickles, Sculptures, Wood-work, Iron-work, Ropes, Brooms, Chatai, etc.

Growth Center, Jhalara Patan DIC established an industrial growth center near Jhalara Patan, which has total 450 plots for industries. Out of these, 316 plots are allotted to various industries. 110 of the industries are running their operations and remaining are in the process of construction. Major industries in this growth center are of Stone cutting and polishing, Steel Furniture and Almirah, PVC shoes, Agricultural accessories, tractor trolleys, electric transformers, etc

 

Main Industrial areas  

Industrial Area, Jhalawar 

  • Mama Bhanja, Phase I, II & III.
  • Industrial Area, Patan Road, Jhalawar
 
 
Industrial Area, Jhalarapatan
  • Gindore
  • Bhawani Mandi Road, J.Patan
 
 
Industrial Area, Bhawani Mandi 
 
Industrial Area, Aklera
  • Industrial Area, Devrighata
 
 
Industrial Area, Manohar Thana
 
 

Major Exportable Items are Cotton and Synthetic Yarns, and Limestone.

 

Growth Trend

The Main Industries in the District is stone cutting and polishing .There is lot of scope of this sector in export field as this stone are being used for pavement and flooring . 

Medium Scale Enterprises

(1)    Rajasthan Textile Mills, Bhawani Mandi, Jhalawar

 

 

Existing Clusters of Micro & Small Enterprise

DETAIL OF MAJOR CLUSTERS

(A) Manufacturing Sector

(1) Stone cutting and polishing

(2) Handloom Asnawar Jhalawar

(3) Patthar ki Murti Jhalrapatan

(4) Bans ki tokri Jhalawar

 

There is also Chandravati Growth centre Industry Association -Jhalarapatan, whose President is Sh. R.D.Sharma (94141-93834) and Secretary is Sh. Pankaj Chrodia.

 

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Important contact Nos. District : Jhalawar

1.General Manger DIC    07432-231196

2. RIICO         07432-231358

3. R.F.C.         07432-232219

4. K.V.I.B.        07432-231196

5. Distt. Employment Officer     07432-232318

6. Lead Distt. Manager (LDM)     07432-232295

 

 

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