Founded in 1727 by Jai Singh II, the city of Jaipur is amongst the most socially rich legacy urban areas in India. It was named after the primary organizer of this city, Maharaja Jai Singh II. While shifting the capital from Amer to Jaipur, the King had consulted architects to bring out a better layout of the city. Hence, the largest city of Rajasthan was constructed following the Shilpa Shastra and Vastu Shastra. The capital of Rajasthan is located 280 km from the capital of India and 240 km from the city of Taj Mahal.
JAIPUR’S POPULATION IN 2011
Jaipur’s total population, as per 2001 India census, was 2322575 which had grown by 31.16% in 2011 India census. Nevertheless, the population of Jaipur, as per 2011 India census, was 3046189.
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JAIPUR’S POPULATION IN 2021
The population density of Jaipur is comparatively low. As per our estimation, the population growth of the Jaipur city, for the current decade, will be more rapid than the past decade. Including Jaipur Metro, several things are there which will enhance the population growth percentage. If we increase the compound growth percentage by 10%, it gives us a figure of 3.0239%.
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JAIPUR, THE SEVENTH BEST PLACE TO VISIT IN ASIA
Jaipur was the leading destination of India for the year as per the TripAdvisor’s 2015 Traveller’s Choice Awards for Destination. It was the seventh best place to visit in Asia as per a survey made by Conde Nast Traveller Readers Choice Survey in 2008. The Presidential Suite at the Raj Palace Hotel was Asia’s Leading Hotel Suite in 2011.