The Jaipur Heritage Walk Project has been initiated by Rajasthan Tourism Department under the Swadesh
Darshan Scheme launched by the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) in supervision of Government of India aiming towards an integrated development of theme-based tourist circuits in the country.
Heritage walk has been designed through a selected segment of the city with total area of 0.14 sq. km within the Chowkri Modi khana, starting from the Rajasthan School of Arts, Kishan pole Bazaar and ending at film colony, Chaura Rasta. Today the area has approximately 19 Havelis, 680 Households, 25 Sanatan temples, 20 Jain
Temples, 4 Mosques and 17 schools.
It passes through the following Streets:
- Starting Point Museum of Legacies (Rajasthan School of Arts)
- Enter through- Sangakon Ka Rasta
- Pandit Shivdeen Ka Rasta
- Digambar Jain Mandir
- Community Chowk
- Maniyaron Ka Rasta
- Sakri gali (Heritage Gali)
- Swarjanik Kua.
- Nataniyon Ka Rasta
- Anant Bhagwan Ka Mandir
- Thatheron Ka Rasta
- Out on Chaura Rasta
- End Point: Tourist Facility Centre, Chaura Rasta.