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Owning a property can be the smartest move given the changing dynamics of our times, and keeping these simple points in mind can point a beginner towards the right path to investing in real estate.
Points to Consider Before Investing in Real Estate
1 Stay Patient  
2 Research The Property  
3 Check The Papers 
4 Check Market Rates 
5 Talk To Neighbors  
6 Calculate Your Finances 
7 Remain Positive

The most exciting seasons of the year – Monsoon is right here! Sitting in the balcony of the house and watching the raindrops kissing the surface of the earth is blissful. But, the continuous showers and excess moisture could take a toll on your home. Below are a few tips to follow to protect your homes during monsoons.
  1. Roof: The most important thing that needs to be repaired is the roof of your house. Get your roof checked properly before the monsoon arrives. Water patches on the ceilings are the biggest nightmares.
  2. Drainage System: The continuous heavy spell of rain for almost 3 hours on Tuesday in Jodhpur, which left several roads and houses inundated, brought to fore the shortcomings of the storm-water drains in the city. The situation could have been avoided if we were prepared in advance. It becomes the duty of residents to report to the Municipal Authorities well in advance about the poor drainage system in their localities. Hence, before the onset of monsoon rains, double check the drainage system and make sure the gutters are placed to the opposite direction of your home to prevent rainwater from entering your home. The drain has to be kept in check every day to prevent drain water from getting inside your home.
  3. Paint: When the exterior of the walls become wet due to the rains, cracks result in water seeping into one’s homes. Therefore, it is advised to paint your homes at least once in every five years to keep them dry during monsoon season.
  4. Get the cracks filled: Make sure to get those cracks filled in your walls before the onset of monsoon.
  5. Check for any faulty appliances: Make sure to fix things like loose wires, old broken switches and other things to save you and your family from unexpected shocks before the outbreak of monsoon.
At Kasturi Residency, every home is built to withstand all seasons! Book your homes with us and cherish every season of the year tension-free. For more details, click
It’s hot outside, and it’s only going to get warmer as summer goes on. While it’s tempting to crank the AC or plant yourself in front of the nearest fan, these aren’t the only tricks to keeping cool. It turns out there are plenty of ways to protect your home from the heat without racking up your electric bill.

Close the blinds and curtains:
Line them with light-colored fabric that reflects the sun, and close them during the hottest part of the day. Let them pillow onto the floor to block air movement.

Install Cool lighting: Incandescent light bulbs can significantly heat up a room. Replace standard bulbs with high-efficiency, low-heat CFL (compact fluorescent lights) or LED (light emitting diodes) bulbs, and turn off lights when not needed.

Turn off Electronics:
Computers, TVs, and other electronics generate quite a bit of heat when sitting idle or even when turned off, so unplug devices when not in use. 

Clean Air Conditioner filters:
While your AC system is cranking away, the filter is getting more use than usual. By cleaning the AC air filter every month or so during the months of highest use  allows air to flow easily through your HVAC system, making it run more efficiently and saving energy.

Plant trees:
These green house-coolers shade your home’s exterior and keep sunlight out of windows. Plant them by west-facing walls, where the sun is strongest.

Turn on your exhaust fans:
Turning on exhaust fans in your kitchen and bathrooms would pull the hot air out of your houses.

Let the night air in:
During the summer months, temperature drops during the night. Make the most of these refreshing hours by cracking the windows before going to bed. Just be sure to close the windows before things get too hot in the morning.
The colors of the rooms in your home are a direct reflection of your personality. While most of us may not spend a lot of time thinking about room color, it affects us every day. Room color can influence our moods and our thoughts.You don’t have to worry about trends in order to have a beautiful home. Color trends will come and go. The people who live in a home make it beautiful by choosing colors that reflect their preferences and personalities. The trick is to blend the colors you like into a pleasing combination.

Room Colours and their effects:
You can easily match every room’s colors to your personal desires, to your taste and to the room’s purpose. Light colors are expansive and airy, making rooms seem larger and brighter. Dark colors are sophisticated and warm; they give large rooms a more intimate appearance.

Red raises a room’s energy level. The most intense color, it pumps the adrenaline like no other shade. In an entryway, it creates a strong first impression. Red generally raises energy and excitement, which makes it a good choice for a dining room or living room, where people tend to gather.

Yellow captures the joy of sunshine and communicates happiness. It is an excellent choice for kitchens, dining rooms and bathrooms, where it is energizing and uplifting. In halls, entries and small spaces, yellow can feel expansive and welcoming.

Blue is said to bring down blood pressure and slow respiration and heart rate. That is why it is considered calming, relaxing and serene, and it is often recommended for bedrooms and bathrooms.To encourage relaxation in social areas such as family rooms, living rooms or large kitchens, consider warmer blues or bright blues.

Green is considered the most restful color for the eye. Combining the refreshing quality of blue and the cheerfulness of yellow, green is suited for almost any room on the house. In the kitchen, green cools things down; in a family room or living room, it encourages unwinding but has enough warmth to promote comfort and togetherness.

Purple is rich, dramatic and sophisticated. It is associated with luxury and creativity. People have long symbolized purple with royalty and wealth, making it an ideal color for those looking to make their home appear more luxurious with minimal effort.

Orange evokes excitement and enthusiasm, and is an energetic color. While not a good idea for a living room or for bedrooms, this color is great for an exercise room; it will bring out all the emotions that you need released during your fitness routine.

Colours effects on ceilings: The ceiling represents one-sixth of the space in a room, but too often it gets nothing more than a coat of white paint. In fact, for decades, white was considered not only the safest but also the best choice for ceilings.As a general rule, ceilings that are lighter than the walls feel higher, while those that are darker feel lower. Dark walls make a room seem smaller, and light walls make a room seem larger. Color choice is a very personal matter; you are the one who has to live with your new paint color, so choose a shade that suits you, your family and your lifestyle.

If you’re an investor, looking for a good investment return, real estate is the best option. Real estate prices have increased manifolds yet it is a dream for all to own their house of dream. Be it for living or for investments, Jodhpur presents you most lucrative housing options in Western Rajasthan.

Why Jodhpur?
With several educational institutions being set up in the city, the growth scenario here is vibrant. Almost every major discipline has a dedicated institution in the city, with disciplines varying from Engineering, Medicine, Law, Design. Some of the renowned institutions being set up in the city are IIT, NLU, NIFT, FDDI, AIIMS. The announcement of ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor project is said to spur the economic development in the region as 46% of the total DMIC Project Influence Area (PIA) falls in Rajasthan with Jodhpur being one of the major districts. Adding to it, the recent announcement of Umaid Bhawan Palace as the World’s best hotel has left a strong mark of Jodhpur’s hospitality not only in India but all over the world. Also, the proposed refinery and petrochemical complex in Pachpadra is a cherry on the cake for Jodhpur’s development.  The real estate scenario has changed in the past 5-6 years with the announcement of big projects in the district. With rapid development, this sector is booming like never before.

Why Pal Road, Jodhpur?
Pal Road is an established residential and commercial destination in the city of Jodhpur. The area is a major hub of industries, institutions. Offering good social and physical infrastructure, Pal Road is surrounded by several established industrial areas like Basni, Sangariya and Boranada. It is also surrounded by major schools/colleges and hospitals like AIIMS,  Medipulse. Moreover, the area is relatively affordable compared to other prime Residential areas like Shastri Nagar, Sardarpura, Ratanada, Chopasni Housing Board. Keeping in mind the developments in this area, Baheti Housing and Developments launched Kasturi Residency a few years back. An array of 2BHK/ 3BHK sized flats is what it offers to its customers with an economical range. Its G+2 construction plan is unique in its way even at a time of overcrowded 10-20 storied buildings which provides space for interaction among residing families and lays the foundation of a well-knit society ensuring full air ventilation and light dispersal, the prime requirement of residing families.
To know more about Kasturi Residency, visit us at or call us at +91-98299 38010.

Everyone dreams of having a perfect home, a home that defines their taste and is also modern while keeping their traditions intact. Many spend millions trying to achieve the perfect warmth in their homes. In the pursuit to make our homes look more in-style and fashionable we have forgotten and moved away from our traditional Indian designs.Being a Rajasthani, how can one forget the essence of our rich culture?Here are some ideas which you can incorporate to give your homes an ethnic appeal.
  • Drapes: Rajasthan offers a variety of fabrics and prints that can be incorporated into your décor. You can choose one that is apt for your home and that matches your style & home interior. For an unusual twist, you can also take an old silk sari and get it stitched into a curtain. Or you can even drape it around the curtain rod and let it fall on the sides.
  • Furniture: If you are looking to buy furniture or refurnishing your place, this could be for you. Antique furniture is graceful and never goes out of style. You don’t need to go full on and buy all, but instead opt for smaller pieces to compliment your existing or upcoming décor.
Side tables, chest of drawers, trunks, and chairs are some pieces you can look out for. They don’t distract or aren’t in your face, but objects that will merge and add warmth to your home. Rajasthani style of furniture is good for such pieces.
  • Handicrafts: Being easily available, it’s even easier to clutter your home with Indian handicrafts. Be choosy and only buy what is really different. Don’t go for things that can be found anytime and anywhere, that makes them common and being common you can pick them up anytime you decide to redo your home.
  • Carpets & paintings:If you choose not to be too loud or obvious with imbibing the Indian tradition, this is a good way of doing it. Carpets can be subtle and classy.
Another elegant way would be to hang some classic Indian paintings. India is rich with traditional styles of paintings that are unique.

Bring your home to the spotlight of traditional decor with these ideas!

Vaastu means the dwelling of humans & Gods. Vaastu shastra is an ancient science which helps one to get the natural benefits freely offered by the five basic elements of the universe in which we all live. These basic elements are Akash (SKY), Prithvi (EARTH), Paani (WATER), Agni (FIRE), and Vayu (WIND). Vastu Shastra can be applied by keeping in harmony with these basic five elements of nature. Vaastu Shastra is an edifice science that was developed by our learned people thousands of years ago. Its application today is purely architectural and its principles are based on becoming one with nature.
Attract positive energies
Vastu Shastra is about attracting positive energies, make sure everything in your home emits and attracts positivity. Preferably, choose homes that have east, north and north-east facing entrance. Secondly, small things like washing your hands and feet after coming home, lighting up your house when its dark can help bring in positive energies. Light a lamp, show incense sticks and do a small prayer every morning and evening, this helps evil energies to stay away.

Keep your surroundings clean
Cleanliness is a way to positivity, try to do way with the clutter as much as you can. Dispose things that you haven’t used for a year. Make sure your home is well dusted and everything neatly kept. Clutter adds confusion and can result in arguments in the family. A clean house reflects a lot of positive energy.

Make sure your house doesn’t have a lot of sharp edges
Carefully look at the corner walls of the flat, make sure there aren’t many open edges. Draw an aerial view of the flat before buying it; you will get a clear idea. Avoid home with a lot of sharp edges as they attract negative energies. Similarly, even after buying the house, take care that racks, shelves and furniture have rounded edges.

Let your bedroom enhance your relationship
Use soothing colours in your bedroom, for walls as well as soft furnishings. Keep a couple of happy pictures of you and your spouse around, they help in strengthening the relationship between the couple. Make sure your bed doesn’t face a mirror or anything made of glass, this brings bad dreams and affects the balance.

Avoid unattractive things and sounds
Thorny plants like cactus and other shrubs should not be kept inside the house, they attract negative energies. Avoid keeping artificial cloth or plastic flowers or plants; instead decorate your house with real flowers. Similarly, do not have doorbells that do not have a pleasant ring; they tend to spoil the mood of the house.
Winters are here! Keeping warm both inside and outside your home can help reduce risk of serious health problems that are more common in the colder months, such as chest infections, heart attacks and strokes. Here are some tips that would help you stay warm in this season.
  1. Wear multiple layers of clothes: Dress up in layers to keep your body warm and cosy.
  2. Open Window curtains during daytime: People often shut the doors and windows during this season as they think it would make the atmosphere cold. But, instead one should keep the curtains open during daytime to let sunlight naturally heat the home.
  3. Stay Active: Clean your home or exercise whenever you feel the sting of coldness. By staying active, you’ll naturally increase your core temperature.
  4. Keep Bathroom Doors Open after its usage:Let the warm, humid air seep out into the rest of your home by keeping your bathroom door open.
  5. Don’t Run Bathroom Ventilation Fans:While ventilation fans draw out unpleasant smells after using the bathroom; it also sucks out warm air. Light a candle to eliminate smells to keep your bathroom warm throughout winter months.
  6. Light by Candles: A different but useful technique; Along with saving on energy costs by keeping your light off, candles also produce a decent amount of heat. While not as warm as a fireplace, these small heaters can keep your immediate area warm. Candles can be especially good for warming hands.
  7. Don’t Skip the Coffee or Tea: Along with the caffeine boost, hot coffee or tea keeps you warm from the inside. Want to avoid stimulants? Drink decaffeinated coffee or tea.
Diwali is just around the corner. There is one thing about this festive season that can be of a bit bother. And I know most of them would agree with me on this and that is - cleaning. We all tend to get in a mad rush to get our homes spic and span before Diwali. Starting the cleaning process a little earlier will ensure that your house is sparkling this festive season.
Cleaning the whole house means a lot of work. It requires a lot of energy too. We wonder where to start our cleaning from and how to end this as soon as possible without straining our health. To ease Diwali house cleaning, here are few tips. These cleaning tips and proper planning can make the Diwali task easier.
• Start with wardrobe: It is very easy to clean small furniture and things. You will hardly take 2 hours to clean your wardrobe. Throw the clothes that are torn and old. Arrange your daily wear together.
• Clean the bed boxes: All the blankets, covers, boxes and unused clothes are stored in the bed boxes. The wooden boxes need cleaning. Clean with a dry piece of cloth. If you cannot enter or reach the boxes, use a dry moping rod.
• Reach the fans and lights: Clean the fans every 2-3 months so that the speed of the fan doesn't reduce and the brightness of the lights does not go down. Diwali decoration also includes these fans and lights. Clean the lights and fans with a dry piece of cloth to prevent getting an electric shock.
• Kitchen: This is the worst place to clean in the house. There are so many cabinets, small boxes, gas stove, slabs, exhaust fan and utensils. Clean everything slowly, if you can't do in one day, divide the task into two or more days.
• Windows and grills: We should never clean the windows and fans first. The dirt and dust deposit on the windows and grills very easily. So once you are done, clean grills with soapy solution and wipe with a dry cloth piece to finish the Diwali cleaning task.
• Curtains and sofa covers: Last but not the least, clean the curtains and sofa covers. They should always be cleaned at the last. It eases Diwali cleaning. I hope these tips might ease out your Diwali cleaning task. If you have more ideas, do share it with us.
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Buying a home can be incredibly exciting as well as confusing as there are lots of other factors to be considered besides just choosing a home. One of the most important factors amongst all is choosing the right neighbourhood. After all there is no point in falling in love with a home in an area that you can’t even standoff. Where your home is located, the neighbourhood that it is located in will influence the lives of you and your family for as long as you live.
Before you start to look for a home one of the smartest things you can do is put together a checklist for all the things that you want in your neighbourhood. Look over your list and then prioritize accordingly.
Given below is a list of important considerations that people take into account before choosing a neighbourhood.
  • Schools:  The quality of good schools is a great deal when it comes to buying homes. If you have children or are planning to have, you would want them to access best education possible. Also adding to the fact is due to close proximity to the good quality schools, the prices of your property are surely going to shoot up in future.
  • Crime and Safety: It is one of those important factors that is often overlooked when hunting for your dream homes. Everyone wants to live in a safe neighbourhood but they often miss out to search about it. What one can do is talking to your potential neighbours to get an idea of how safe they feel there. Do proper research on this so that you don’t regret your decision afterwards.
  • Major Conveniences: After an hour in the car getting home from work, do you really want to take a half an hour drive to get the groceries? No. Right? The close proximity to things like shops, grocery stores etc. can make a neighbourhood very appealing to the prospective home buyers. The easier it is to get those things the greater are the chances for the homebuyers to get attracted to that area.
  • Highway Noise: Like the noise from railroad tracks, the noise from nearby highways can be a real drawback for potential home buyers. Most homes located near highways will not be as valuable as those located further away.
  • Access to Public Transport: While being next to train tracks and nearby highways is usually not a favourable location but having them located nearby to your locality is. It is of a major benefit for all the commuters out there.
  • Parks and Playgrounds: Having adults and children at your home necessitates the requirement of having a park and playground in your neighbourhood. Even if it’s a family of just two people – husband and wife, it feels great to be able to take a walk in the park.
  •  Temples: Religion and worship are deeply rooted in the people of Jodhpur. Therefore a temple or any other religious place can be a major consideration for choosing your neighborhood.
We at Kasturi Residency, Jodhpur, have taken into account all the necessary considerations that people look for while searching for neighbourhood in their house hunting process.
I often think about the reasons that can influence home buying decisions and it seems to be no surprise that proximity to good ‘SCHOOLS’ tops the list amongst all other factors.

Good Schools Important for Multiple Reasons
Buyers care about the quality and location of Schools. A good local School can be the biggest driver in influencing home purchase decisions in a community.

There are some buyers who are planning on starting a family or already have children. These individuals are looking towards the future for their children and are even willing to pay more for less in order to give their children access to good education.

And on the other hand, there are other kinds of buyers that consider ‘SCHOOLS’ as criteria to decide the value of property after years. Good Schools can help insulate a home from market fluctuations and therefore makes a property a more sound investment.

These two sets of people have very different reasons for making investments but still they are coming to a similar conclusion on the desirability of homes located near Schools.

There comes a stage in young couple’s lives when they often find struggling themselves between getting a home that meets their expectations and also providing a quality schools system for their family. There are often tough choices that are made because young couples purchasing homes can see a dramatic difference in what their money can buy between a community that has top rated schools vs. one that does not.

Bottom line? Yes, Schools are an important consideration in the purchase of a property; however other factors also need to be taken into consideration before placing the final bid.

Analysing the current scenario and the impact that Schools have in shaping opinions about home purchase, we have chosen a perfect location for our township project. Kasturi Residency’s close proximity to good quality Schools and Colleges like DPS, Central Academy, Sanskar, JECRC College, Dental College etc have made it an ideal choice for the families and Real estate investors.
2014 ended on a good note for the Indian Real estate industry. Among significant developments, were the announcements of ‘Housing for all by 2022’, relaxing FDI norms in the construction sector, providing easier and cheaper loans by granting low-cost housing infrastructure status and allowing Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) for commercial real estate. Now2015 is expected to be more action-oriented.
The New Year is likely to bring cheer for the real estate sector. While many are pinning their hopes on a recovery in Residential properties, Commercial real estate too is likely to get a boost.
Factors on the demand side are highly positive. The spurt in urbanisation has been driving the demand for housing in many cities. 2014 also marked as a year of innovation and accomplishment for the real-estate sector. The attractive schemes that were doled out by developers in under-construction projects during the festive season of 2014 are likely to continue in 2015.

Affordable housing
‘Affordable housing’ was the talk of the town. It has made a great comeback in modern India.
In India, the term applies to housing created for the EWS (Economically Weaker Sections) of the society so that they, like the middle class can also benefit from the financial and emotional security of home ownership. With the Central Government and the Central Bank clearly speaking about their intentions for pushing affordable housing; Developers have now made a point to address the increasing demands for affordable housing.
The challenging part of this format for the developers would be to align it with their existing projects without impacting their brand image.
As a direct effect of this dynamic, affordable housing is now also the most preferred asset class for property investors. There has been a huge supply in mid-income and high-end properties in all cities of India, but a marked lack of willingness among buyers to pay for high residential spaces.
This concept of ‘Affordable housing’ aligns very well with us. We, at Kasturi Residency believe in‘Simple and Affordable living for all’. Hence, one can find wide ranges of flats according to their needs at the most budgeted rates.  

The government’s emphasis on affordable housing in the country will likely to lead a high growth and also enable people to invest more in housing. With continuously rising population, growing aspirations, increasing nuclear families and rapid urbanisation, the housing sector in India is anticipated to register a strong growth in the near future. There is also a high anticipation of positive developments in 2015 ensuring an efficient way of getting approvals in a timely manner.
A traditional Indian family comprised of – the patriarch and his wife, their children and children-in-law, then their grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

And now the so called ‘Joint Family’ concept is losing its sheen and importance. We hardly notice any family hierarchy existing in modern India.
Call it the influence of Western culture or maybe something else ‘Nuclear Families’ are on a steady rise. And adding onto it, most parents also feel that the bond that a child shares with his parents is stronger when they live in a nuclear family.

Going by the Census Report of Delhi 2011, the largest number of households— 69.5%— has only one married couple. At 17.1%, houses with two married couples are a distant second, and houses with more than two married couples are minuscule.
Nuclear-family home building is on the mend in most parts of the country, the volatile multifamily sector hit a snag in building in October, the Census data showed.

According to Kevin Kelly, Chairman of the National Association of Home Builders from United States of America says "The rise in single-family starts is a proof that the economy is firming and consumer confidence is growing and we expect continued upward momentum into next year."

As a coin has two faces, similarly, both ‘Joint Family’ and ‘Nuclear Family’ have its equal share of merits and demerits. It depends on an individual’s perception to decide where he/she feels satisfied. After all it’s personal satisfaction that matters the most.

To cater to the needs of different individuals (preferring nuclear families or joint families) we at Kasturi Residency have an array of differently sized flats satisfying everyone’s needs. With lives getting crazier by the minute, both set ups today strive hard to strike that perfect ‘happily ever after’ balance, which once upon a time was not such a big deal after all!
Jodhpur – The city of mosaic colors, people, traditions and many more. On one hand it is famous for its magnificent palaces, forts and temples and on other hand it is a place where one finds surreal silence and warmth set in the landscape of great Thar Desert. The city is known as the "Sun City" for the bright, sunny weather it enjoys all the year round. It is also referred to as the "Blue City" due to the vivid blue-painted houses around the Mehrangarh Fort.

It is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan with a population of over 14 lakhs as per the latest census. It was formerly the seat of a princely state of the same name, the capital of the kingdom known as Marwar.

Famous for its rich history, culture, royal marriages, recently it has again come into limelight in National and International arena as it topped the Lonely Planet's list of most extraordinary place to stay in 2014.

Other than that, Jodhpur itself has set out new standards of being a metropolitan city with its increasing educational institutes of national and international repute and flourishing businesses like handicraft, guar etc. It has become the most sought after city in the Western Rajasthan specifically after the discovery of Oil and Gas in the region. All these developments in past few years have made Jodhpur a development hub where many policies and schemes have been directed towards its further development and expansion.

Feathers in our Cap:

Existing Educational Institutes:
  1. 16 Indian Institute Of Technology (IIT) In India..................................................One Is In Jodhpur
  2. 17 National Law Universities (NLU) In India......................................................One Is In Jodhpur
  3. 7 All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS) Hospitals In India....................One Is In Jodhpur
  4. 9 Footwear Design & Development Institutes (FDDI) In India............................One Is In Jodhpur
  5. 14 National Institute Of Fashion Designing (NIFT) In India……………........….One Is In Jodhpur
  6. Few Ayurveda Universities In India....................................................................One Is In Jodhpur
  7. Agriculture University, Sardar Patel University of Police Security and Criminal Justice, Indian Institute of Handloom Technology (IIHT Jodhpur), MBM Engneering College, Dr. S.N. Medical College, Jodhpur are the major Educational Institutes in Jodhpur.

Proposed Educational Institutes:
  1. Petroleum University

Major Industries:
  1. Handicraft
  2. Guar Gum Export
  3. Agriculture Trading and Export
  4. Spices - Spice park with an investment of INR 27 cr. for processing of seed spices such as cumin, coriander and fennel has been setup in Jodhpur suburbs.

Expected Industrial Development:
  1. Pachpadra  Refinery:  One of India's biggest refinery-cum-petrochemical complex has been proposed at Pachpadra town (70kms from jodhpur via pal road) by a partnership between Government of Rajasthan and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation which would involve INR 37,229 crore of investment – the largest investment to be made in the history of Rajasthan. The Refinery development process will be on grand scale and would generate highest employment opportunities that Rajasthan would ever witness. It will be a boon for Rajasthan state specifically benefitting our Children in getting a prestigious job in their very own state and our entrepreneurs by enabling creation of hundreds of vertical business alliances and products.
  2. Proposed Corporate Park will be located at Bhandu (25 kms from Jodhpur via pal road)
  3. Metro rail lines have been also proposed connecting Jodhpur City to major land marks. Commutation will get swift, similar to cities like Delhi, Mumbai etc.
  4. Proposed Mega leather cluster, one out of seven in india, at an investment of INR 125 cr.
  5. Proposed Handicraft cluster dedicated for high-quality manufacturing at an investment of INR 70 cr.
  6. Proposed Guar gum testing facility at an investment INR 4 cr.
Jodhpur city, being on its prime of developmental activities, is the prime choice for people who wish to settle down in the Western Rajasthan of India. With almost all leading educational institutes being located here and the upcoming Petroleum refinery near the city, Jodhpur has come up as the most attractive residing option for the people who have travelled far West of India for career or education purposes. Keeping in mind the necessities and requirements of such clients, Baheti Housing and Development has come up with Kasturi Residency, the most affordable residential township in the Jodhpur city. It provides a wide range of 2BHK and 3BHK differentially sized flats in an economic range. With all 57 flats in Phase I sold out, Baheti Housing and Development is in its final stages of the completion of the Phase II with 60 flats. What distinguishes Kasturi Residency from other townships is that owing to its strategic construction and resource optimization, the flat owner is free from paying recurrent monthly maintenance cost that other townships charge intermittently. In addition, its Ground+2 construction plan is unique in its own, even at a time of over-crowded 10-20 storied residential buildings, which provides space for interaction among residing families and lays the foundation of a well-knit society. It also ensures full air ventilation and light dispersal, the prime requirement of residing families.

·         Major Highlights:
  • Fast possession of apartments within Dec. 2014
  • Apartments of varying sizes; starting from 940 sq. Ft.
  • Best location with best price
  • Free from hurdle of paying Rs 2-3/sq. ft. recurring maintenance cost due to strategic construction. (Terms and conditions applied)
  • Good connectivity via taxis & buses.
  • Schools, hospitals, grocery shops and many other daily need Items available at walking distances
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Group Kasturi Builders and Hoteliers was established in the year 1993. Also known as Baheti India Group of Companies, group started with the Real Estate Business and developed numerous Multistory Buildings and Townships in and around Jodhpur City. With superior work ethics, commendable team work and excellent client satisfaction, the company has witnessed persistent growth and expansion.

In span of 20+ years, the group has expanded itself into Hotel and Leisure Industry and Commodity Markets too. The Baheti India Group of Companies has its headquarters in Jodhpur, India. Jodhpur, the second largest city of Rajasthan state of India, is world famous for its historic legacy and grand palaces. The majestic Mehrangarh Fort, situated on a hill top above the city and the magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace, one of the world’s largest private residences, are the major tourist attractions in the city.

Baheti India has been in the business of real estate/ property development for over twenty years now under the name Baheti Housing and Development. Baheti Housing and Development has preponderantly focused on developing residential homes, flats and commercial buildings in and around Jodhpur city. Our work illustrates our specialization in resource optimization in construction works and our vision to develop modern society with architectural excellence. Our name stands out tall among our competitors in swift and timely delivering the possession of building and structures to our clients.


  • Anchal Complex - A multi-storied building consisting of residential apartments and showrooms located at Gaurav Path, Residency Road, Jodhpur.
  • Chanakya puram - A residential colony located near Delhi Public School at Pal Sangaria By-pass, 200 ft. main wide road, consisting of 148 residential plots with commercial space.


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