Since February-March 2020, Rajasthan Government has been working on one district one product scheme.
|Alwar||Food processing & handicrafts||Jalore||handloom|
|Ajmer||गोटालूम & Handicrafts||Jhalawar||Stone & handloom|
|Banswara||Handicrafts & agriculture based industries.||Jhunjhunu||Agriculture & food processing|
|Baran||Agriculture based industries, forest products, handicrafts & handloom||Jodhpur||Handicrafts|
|Barmer||Handicrafts & handloom||Karauli||Stone & lac bangles|
|Bharatpur||Food Processing||Kota||Food processing|
|Bhilwara||Textile & Mining||Nagaur||Handicrafts & tools|
|Bikaner||Ceramic, food processing & Woolen textile.||Pali||Textile & tourism|
|Bundi||Food processing & rice||Pratapgarh||Agriculture & food processing|
|Chittorgarh||Stone Cutting & Hotel Tourism||Rajsamand||Stone cutting, ceramic, jewelry & handicrafts.|
|Churu||Wooden handicrafts||Sawai madhopur||Tourism & food processing|
|Dausa||Food processing & Handicrafts||Sikar||Handicrafts & mining|
|Dungarpur||Handicrafts & stone||Sri Ganganagar||Food Processing|
|Hanumangarh||Agriculture based Industries||Tonk||Stone & Food Processing|
|Jaipur||Engineering & electrical products & Casting||Udaipur||Textile, handicrafts & tourism|
In January 2021, the Centre selected two products from the state for manufacturing and exports under the ‘One District, One Product’ (ODOP) scheme. These are Blue pottery from Jaipur and Makrana marble from Nagaur. It is to be noted that these two products have Geographical Indication tags in the state.
Compared to Rajasthan, 16 products from Uttar Pradesh, 11 from Tamil Nadu, eight each from Karnataka and Maharashtra, and six each from Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh, among others, have been identified under the scheme.
The ‘one district one product’ (ODOP) approach of the Central government sponsored scheme that is aimed at providing financial, technical and business support for upgrading existing micro food processing enterprises in the district.