The current district of Jasper lies in Eastern Restaurants, in the Bananas River basin and forms a part of Eastern Plain of Restaurants. The region is drained by a number of seasonal rivers of which Banging, Dunn and Band are prominent. Maharaja assai Jag Sings shifted his capital from amber to Jasper due to military and geographical reasons. ?The layout of the city of Jasper wonderfully links the concept of a Cathartics city with the practicalities of the chosen site. First, the straight line of he ridge suggested itself as the route for one of the main east-west thorough fares and building a road along its crest makes best possible use of the topography for the purpose of drainage. ?What followed then was to regularity the Amber-Gangster road as a north-south route at right angles to it. ?The point of intersection would be one of the city’s main cross-roads (chapeau) Although the location of the axes was determined, their extents were yet to be defined. The southern boundary of the city ad to lie within the line of the Agar-Gamer road.
So by extending the INS road as far as possible southwards gives the first fixed dimension, the length of a side of a square and so establishes the size of the unit or module of the city. A second road ran E to W between the McHugh cities of Agar and Gamer and placing the new city on this already established communication line would help secure its economic success. However since this was an imperial road that could not be encroached on, thus the tit had to be contained to the north of this line.
The area to its S is flat while that to its N slopes down gently. In Cathartics terms, this is an ideal arrangement as declivity towards the north-east Is considered the best site. Is a model of town planning- the first planned city in India. It is based on Hindu systems of town planning and followed the principles prescribed in the Shills-Shasta, an ancient Indian treatise on architecture . According to this Shasta the site should be divided into grids or Mandalay ranging from ex. to 10 x 10.