Hey there! Big news—ever heard of the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025? It’s like a cool guide for how Jaipur in Rajasthan is going to grow. They’re thinking of having around 65 lakhs of people in Jaipur and a total of 75 lakhs, including nearby towns, by 2025. Imagine that!

So, they’ve set aside this massive 2940 sqkm of land to make it all happen. And get this—the plan is split into five volumes. You can grab all the details and maps right here. But if you’re in a hurry, there’s a quick Summary of the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 available too.

Here’s the fun part: they want to hear from you! Share your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions in the comments section. It’s not just a plan; it’s a community thing. Ready to be part of shaping the future? Let’s do this!

Table of contents

  2. Summary – JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025
  3. Introduction
  4. Population Projections
  5. Urbanisable Area
  6. Land Utilization
  7. Transportation
  8. Conclusion


Download Volume 1– Jaipur Region Existing Profile

Download Volume 2 – Development Plans

Download Volume 3 – Development Plans for Satellite Towns & Growth Centres

Download Volume 4 – Development Promotion & Control Regulation

Volume 5 – Map Book

Summary – JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025


Jaipur, the first planned city of Modern India, has cool architecture and a planned vibe that makes it stand out. As the capital of Rajasthan, it’s where all the important stuff happens. The city has grown a lot since 2001 when it had 23.23 lakh people. Now, it’s expected to hit 64.95 lakhs by 2025, growing at 5.3% every year.

Situated strategically, Jaipur is close to Delhi (258 kms) and Agra (232 kms), forming part of the famous Golden Triangle. It’s also on the golden quadrilateral of the National Highway Development Programme. Being a cool tourist spot adds to its charm, bringing in new projects and developments.

To make Jaipur even cooler on the world stage, there’s a need for smart planning. Upgrading infrastructure, giving basic amenities, offering different housing choices, and keeping the natural surroundings intact will help Jaipur become a world-class city.

Talking about plans, there’s this thing called the Master Development Plan 2009-2025 (JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025). It covers a huge area of 2940 square kilometers, including 725 villages, one Municipal Corporation, and 2 Municipal Councils. It’s like a blueprint for Jaipur’s future growth and success.

Population Projections

Year 1991 2001 2011 2021 2025
Jaipur U.A. 1518235 2322575 3602000 5419208 6495000
Growth Rate (%) 49.56 52.98 55.06 50.44 49.64
Development  Nodes  within  the  Region  by  2025
Chomu 38523 50708 65583 82727 90250
Morija 9335 11363 14204 17755 19530
Jaitpura 4319 5679 7496 9895 11162
Anatpura 3802 5044 6658 8789 9913
Bagru 15509 22092 29842 39120 43243
Dahmi  Kalan 3359 4442 6219 8706 10099
Bassi 15135 19888 26252 35924 41241
Kalwar 4411 6478 9525 13998 16798
Pachar 3414 4444 5777 7510 8411
Achrol 9295 12796 17658 24369 28073
Kukas 2216 2947 4244 6111 7186
Bhanpur  Kalan 3662 4370 5244 6555 7342
Chonp 3602 4909 6799 9417 10867
Bagwara 3177 4190 5531 7301 8235
Jahota 4983 4996 6745 9105 10380
Jamwa  Ramgarh 5815 6638 8231 10207 11186
Shivdaspura  & Chandlai 6779 8837 9751 11028 11534
Kanota  &  Heerawala 6968 8838 9793 11158 11705
Watika 6537 8292 9237 10343 10785
Rest  of  the villages  ^ 313540 526864 590126 669027 700584
Population  of 243  villages* 178755
Total 2161371 3044946 4445298 6416419 7561604

* – The population of these villages has been depicted for the year 1991 to arrive at the comparable population.

– 532 villages

According to the details mentioned earlier, the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 is all set for a population of around 65 lakhs within Jaipur city and a grand total of 75 lakhs, which includes the satellite towns as well, all by the year 2025. Quite a bustling vision for the Pink City, isn’t it?

Urbanisable Area

Jaipur, a city that’s no stranger to the changing landscapes of boundary-less urban growth, is witnessing a rapid transformation in line with the evolving paradigm of expanding cities. The areas surrounding the carefully planned zones feel the constant push for new opportunities, driven by their close proximity and easy accessibility. This growth is intricately woven into the fabric of environmental considerations, existing physiographic developments, growth directions, and the need for land to accommodate the anticipated surge in population and ongoing activities.

Enter the Master Development Plan – 2025 (commonly known as the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025), a blueprint designed with a keen focus on five distinct policy zones:

1. U1 – Urban Area 1
2. U2 – Urban Area 2
3. U3 – Urban Area 3
4. G1, G2 – Ecological Zone
5. Rural Area

The overarching goal? The holistic development of the Jaipur Region, coupled with the strategic attraction of investment opportunities. This forward-thinking approach aims to redefine Jaipur, propelling it into the spotlight as a national hub of economic activities. Picture a mega city generating a powerful economic momentum for global exchange, ultimately positioning the capital city on the global stage of competitiveness. The narrative of Jaipur’s future is being intricately woven into this master plan, ensuring a vibrant and dynamic trajectory ahead.

Urban Area-1 (U1)

U1 is like the heart of progress—a small, busy urban hub full of potential.

Urban Area-2 (U2)

Think of U2 as U1’s sidekick, located just on the outskirts and ready for special projects. U1 is split into two parts—Low Intensity Zone (LIZ), where U2 overlaps with G2, and High Intensity Zone (HIZ), covering the rest of U2.

Urban Area-3 (U3)

U3 is like the next chapter of U1 and U2, lining major roads like highways and industrial corridors. Picture a buffer of 100 meters on either side of NH and 500 meters on either side of SH, leaving out the road space. Like U2, U3 has both Low Intensity Zone (LIZ) and High Intensity Zone (HIZ).

Ecological Zone

Let’s talk about nature spots—rivers, ponds, protected forests, and hills. Ecological Zones are split into Green Zone -1 (G1) and Green Zone-2 (G2).

Green Zone – 1 (G1)

G1 is a special place for nature lovers, dedicated to preserving hills, rivers, water bodies, and the beautiful plants and animals. It’s off-limits for any kind of development.

Green Zone-2 (G2)

G2 is like a friend to G1, creating a buffer zone to connect with the natural wonders of G1. Some of G2 will be an Ecological Area, perfect for farming and other eco-friendly activities.

Rural Area

Now, imagine the big open space left—away from the busy U1, U2, and U3, and untouched by the nature spots. That’s the Rural Area, like a blank canvas ready for its own story.

The concept of U1, U2, U3, G1, G2 and Rural areas in JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 is explained in the following diagram:


Land Utilization

Land Utilization as per MDP-2011 and MDP-2025:

Use Master Plan 2011 Master Plan 2025
  Area (Sq.Km.) Percentage Area (Sq.Km.) Percentage
Urbanisable Area 391 19.94 1596 54.30
Ecological Area 481 24.55 894 30.40
Rural Area 1087 55.51 450 15.31
Total 1959 100 2940 100

Land Utilization of Jaipur Region:

JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 Area
Area Category Zone Area (Sq.Km.) Area (Sq.Km.) % Area
Urban Area
(Jaipur Region + Satellite Towns)
U1 954  






U2 HIZ 391
LIZ 116
U3 HIZ 96
LIZ 39
Ecological Zone G1 RF/PF/Hills 224  






Drain/ River/ Waterbody 57
G2 Buffer to G1 196
Ecological Area 417
Rural Area 450 450 15.31
Total     2940 2940 100


Bus Terminals:

  • Southern charm awaits at the bus terminal along Niwaru Road’s edge.
  • Experience the convenience of connectivity with a terminal at the southern tip of Kalwar Road.
  • Journey seamlessly with a terminal gracing the extended Sirsi Road near Nimera.
  • Stay linked to the pulse of the city with a terminal just south of Delhi Railway Line, near Khatipura Railway Station.
  • Navigate effortlessly with a strategically placed terminal at the intersection of Jawahar Nagar Bypass and Shanti Path. Because your commute should be as smooth as your plans.


Creating a Metro and BRTS system is such a game-changer for JDA Jaipur! Picture this: seamless public transportation that not only boosts accessibility but also trims down on time and costs. It’s like giving the city a fast and efficient heartbeat, don’t you think?

Ring Road:

Imagine this: a big plan to make our city better and less crowded. The ring road project is not just about roads; it’s about all of us coming together to build things that help our city grow. We want to make it easier to get around and avoid the heavy traffic that clogs up our streets.

Here’s the idea: we’re creating a full circle of change with faster roads, smaller side roads, and a new way to travel by public transportation. And guess what? We’re making sure to set aside space for those who might be affected by the changes (that’s the P.A.P area). This plan has two parts, one going through the north of Jaipur and the other through the south. It’s not just about building—it’s about making our city better for everyone.

Ghat ki Guni Tunnel:

Imagine the lovely Ghat-ki-Guni, where heritage buildings grace both sides—it’s Jaipur’s only eastern way in or out. Sadly, accidents happen there a lot, and the traffic mess is wrecking the heritage along the 2 km cramped route with steep slopes. The Indian and Rajasthan governments are worried, so they’ve labeled this road from Transport Nagar Junction to Chulgiri crossing as Heritage Road.

To save this spot from becoming a busy road, JDA Jaipur has started a cool project: a tunnel for all kinds of vehicles. The tunnel is 2800 meters long, with a fancy 858-meter Twin Tube Tunnel linked at two spots. This isn’t just about fixing traffic; it’s about protecting the special history and beauty of Ghat-ki-Guni.

Satellite Towns/ Growth Centres

To make sure Jaipur and its surrounding areas grow together, a special plan called the Master Plan has been made. It focuses on creating 11 new towns and 4 growth centers. These towns are like little helpers, taking some of the load off Jaipur by providing homes and jobs closer to people.

The idea is to stop too many people moving to Jaipur and putting too much pressure on the city. By building up these new towns, we aren’t just putting down buildings; we’re also making new chances for jobs. It’s like giving a boost not just to the towns but also to the villages nearby. It’s all about building a stronger and more connected community in the JDA Jaipur region.


As we wrap up our exploration of the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025, it’s like peering into the future of the Jaipur Region in Rajasthan. This document isn’t just a maze of technicalities; it’s a blueprint for a better tomorrow.

We’ve dissected its purpose, structure, and contents, providing you with easy-access sources and links for snagging both the master plan and its trusty maps. But let’s not lose sight of the bigger picture—this plan isn’t just about urban planning jargon; it’s a key player in enhancing your day-to-day life, preserving the environment, and ensuring a well-balanced growth across the region. So, here’s to a brighter, more sustainable future, all thanks to the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025!


What is the purpose of JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025?

The purpose of JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 is to provide vision and regulations for development and building activity in the Jaipur Region of Rajasthan. It also aims to ensure the quality of life, environmental protection, and balanced growth of the region.

How many volumes are there in JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 and what do they contain?

JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 has five volumes. Volume 1 contains the existing profile of Jaipur district, region, and U1 area. Volume 2 contains the projections and proposals for Jaipur region and U1 area, as well as the quality of life and development policies. Volume 3 contains the development plans for satellite towns and growth centres. Volume 4 contains the development promotion and control regulations. Volume 5 contains the map book with base map, existing map, land utilization map, and land use plan.

How can I download the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 and its maps?

You can download the JDA Jaipur Master Plan 2025 and its maps from the links provided on the current web page context. You can also access the maps by clicking on the thumbnails on the right side of the page.

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