Study the land use and master plan of greater Bhiwadi (Rajasthan)
Mamta Kumari, Suman Singh
Greater Bhiwadi (Bhiwadi-Tapookara-Khushkhera Complex), is a fast developing industrial township located at the north-eastern boundary of Rajasthan in north-eastern part of Alwar district. Bhiwadi is situated at a distance of 5 Km from Dharuhera on NH-8. The NCR Regional Plan 2021 has proposed Bhiwadi to be developed as a major Regional Centre. Greater Bhiwadi Complex is comprised of 99 revenue villages with an area of about 250 Sq. Km. Bhiwadi, Tapookara, Khushkhera and Chaupanki are major industrial nodes in the complex hence are relatively developed. Bhiwadi, the only town had been notified as census town in 1991 and was recognised under ClassIII category in 2001. The Greater Bhiwadi Complex is spread over both sides of the Bhiwadi-Alwar road. Bhiwadi located on northern most part of Greater Bhiwadi complex is 55 Km away from the Indira Gandhi International Airport, 200 Km from State Capital Jaipur, 90 Km from Alwar, 40 Km from Gurgaon, and 60 Km from Faridabad.