The Bisalpur Dam in the Tonk district of Jaipur has been a major source of drinking water in central Rajasthan. This project received a generous funding from the World Bank in 1999 and was conceived to quench the thirst of residents in Jaipur. The Bisalpur Water Supply Project delivers water to Jaipur from the Bisalpur Dam via a 106 Km long supply pipeline, thus aiming to meet the needs of more than 5 million people without having to draw on area’s ground water resources.
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The Golden Triangle is one of the most popular tourist circuits in India. The three corners of this triangle are Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The route is approximately 1000km long by road. The fast Shatabdi train also runs along the legs of this triangle. This tour is supposed to be a cultural journey of the three most historically significant places in India. Jaipur’s grandiose palaces, beautiful temples and pulsating bazaars attract tourists from far and wide. Jaipur, the pink corner of this golden triangle always manages to create buzz amongst investors and welcomes them all with an open heart.
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Tonk Road in Jaipur has witnessed tremendous growth in the real estate sector in past few years. There are various factors triggering its growth and making it ideal for investment: