is one of buzzing pathways with dense construction on both sides. Kalwar Road
is so called because it leads one to the Kalwar locality. There are many residential areas around Kalwar Road
Lok, Bhambori, Champapura, Manchwa
and Hatoj. At the other end, it terminates into a junction of Khatipura Road
Road. It lies on the west of Jaipur
itself acts as the connectivity between western small regions and Jaipur
lies on the outskirts of Jaipur
and it takes the distance of 17.2 km via Hatoj to reach Jaipur
railways station. Jaipur
International Airport that lies towards the south of Jaipur
takes about an hour from Kalwar
via NH 11
with a distance of about 27.2 km.
There are some new rising projects on Kalwar Road
owing to the shortage of land in the midst of Jaipur
. Some of the featured names are Mangalam City, Gokul Extension, Viva Heights, Mayfair Height, Esskay Enclave, Ridhi Sidhi and many more. Talking about old constructions it is hard to find any quality constructions, as it is developing region.
Social InfrastructureKalwar Road
provides decent civil facilities with a mix of good and average schools, colleges, shopping centers, hospitals and banks. Paramount Public School is the top school with Bachpan, a play school, in the region. There are a few more schools and colleges like Somani International School, Janta Girls Senior Secondary School, Sidharth Public School Siksha Samiti, Gurukul School and JD Public School.
Hospitals on Kalwar Road
are Krishna Mother and Child Hospital, Anand
Hospital, Shri Brij Fracture Hospital, Gupta ENT Hospital, Gupta Chest and General Hospital, Ram Kautilya Hospital, M K Hospital. However, the area clearly lacks quality multispecialty hospitals and international schools. In addition, you cannot find malls in the area. Biyani International Institute of Technology is only the big name in the field of higher technical education in the region.