Gross State Domestic Product


Economic Growth Rate as per GSDP


Sectoral Contribution of GSVA at Constant (2011-12) Prices


Sectoral Contribution of GSVA at Current Prices


Per Capita Income

View Detailed Economic Report

Highlighted Economic facts of Rajasthan

Highest reserve of marble resources, limestone and sandstone.

Largest producer of coarse cereals in India.

Largest producer of blended fabric and wool in India.

Rajasthan enjoys leading position in the production of polyester viscose yarn, synthetic, suiting material, & processing low-cost & low weight fabric.

Rajasthan shines on the solar map of India with 300-330 clear sunny days.

Bhiwadi in Rajasthan, located 60 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, is being developed as an ESDM hub.

>Agriculture & allied activities make up for 24% of Rajasthan’s GDP, with 62% of the total working population of the state dependent on this for livelihood.

Rajasthan as a state account for 90% of India’s marble, slate & sandstone production and has a monopoly in other ceramic minerals.

79 varieties of minerals are available in the Rajasthan.

Agricultural sector in the state

In 2021-22, Agriculture and allied sectors contributed to 30.23 per cent in Rajasthan's Gross State Value Added (GSVA) at current prices. In terms of growth, agriculture and allied sector again emerges as the driver with a growth rate of 4.78 per cent in 2021-22 over 2020-21 at constant 2011-12) prices. Rajasthan is India's leading producer of coarse cereals and coriander, as well as the country's second-largest producer of pulses, oilseeds, cumin, and garlic.

Services sector in the state.

Rajasthan has a diverse range of attractions, including natural landscapes, history, art and culture, forts, palaces, lakes, wildlife sanctuaries, sand dunes, folk dance and music, handicrafts, and more. These elements contribute to the economy's advantage. The hospitality industry has developed as a result of tourism, which has resulted in more jobs in the service industry. The state's IT workforce is expanding, and IT parks with infrastructure have been built in cities such as Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Kota.

Industry and Manufacturing sector in the state

The manufacturing and industries business includes:

  1. Cement -
    Rajasthan is a cement producer since it has one of the largest limestone reserves in the world.
  2. Mining & Minerals –
    Rajasthan is India's second-largest mineral producer and the country's sole producer of lead and zinc. It also has reserves of granite, marble, and sandstone.
  3. Auto & Auto Components –
    Over 100 auto component manufacturing units are located in Rajasthan, and an industrial area has been established in Neemrana.
  4. Textile –
    Rajasthan produces cotton, which is a basic raw material in the textile industry, and the Bhilwara district of Rajasthan is one of India's largest suiting fabric and yarn manufacturers.
  5. Agro-based industry –
    According to the climatic conditions, Rajasthan grows a range of bajra, fenugreek, cumin, fennel, mustard, pulses, oilseeds, garlic, and many other crops. Kota, Jodhpur, Ganganagar, Alwar, and Ajmer all have agro parks. In the food processing market, the state has over 850 factories.
  6. Ceramics -
    In ceramic minerals, the government has a monopoly. Glass and ceramics are two of the industrial policy's thrust fields. Ghiloth and Sathana are planning exclusive ceramic and glass zones.
  7. >Salt, -
    Rajasthan is one of the leading producers of salt (Sodium Chloride). Sambhar Lake located at Phulera in Jaipur it is the largest inland Salt Lake in India & Panchpadra Lake located at Barmer was marked 98% of salinity
  8. Small scale industry cluster -
    Blue pottery, Leatherware, Painting, Block printing, Kundan, Regal & exquisite ornaments.
  9. Renewable Energy –
    Rajasthan produces a variety of renewable energy sources, including solar, wind, biomass, and solar roof top.
Submit Your Interest