National Tourism Day: Know everything about India's best touristic places (PC: Social Media)
NEW DELHI: Today is National Tourism Day. This time its theme is ‘Dekho Apna Desh’, so that Indian tourists go on excursions in their own country instead of abroad, so that the tourism industry affected by the Corona period can be revived. This will also improve the country’s economy. Tourism department also shared pictures of famous touristic place.
National Tourism Day:
National Tourism Day is celebrated to show the contribution and importance of tourism in the country’s economy. Lets talk about some famous touristic place of our country.
Taj Mahal: AGRA
Agra has an important contribution in the tourism of the country. Taj Mahal is included in the itinerary of about 60 percent foreign tourists visiting India.
The tourism business of Tajnagiri is about five thousand crore rupees per year. In the year 2019, about 60 lakh domestic and foreign tourists came to Agra. The year 2020, Corona lost. Only 13 lakh domestic and foreign tourists could come here. Even before National Tourism Day in the year 2021, Agra has received domestic flight. This has given rise to the hope of increasing the tourism tourism to the tourists.
Varanasi: Ganga Ghats
In the religious and cultural city of Kashi, every month the tourists are drawn from across the seven seas. There are many such places in Kashi of ancient temples and art skills, where tourists do not miss to make their presence known. Whether it is the Sarnath site of Gautama Buddha or the Ganga Ghat.
From Baba Vishwanath Temple, Ramnagar Fort, Manas Temple, Sankat Mochan, do not forget to visit BHU’s Vishwanath Temple Complex. Although the Corona era has stopped the way of international tourists, but the movement of domestic tourists is now catching pace. Over 500 tourists are reaching Sarnath every day.
Statue of Unity: Gujarat
Gujarat is the only state in India which is the most diversified state in terms of tourism. There is also a white salt salt, so wetlands also means areas full of water. Dholavira, one of the world’s first cities, is also in Gujarat. So Gir forests, rich in wildlife, are also in Gujarat.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s 597-fit giant Statue of Unity has been built in Kevadia, 90 km from Vadodara. Which nowadays remains the center of most attraction for tourists and millions of tourists reach here.
Gwalior Fort: Madhya Pradesh
One of the most famous tourist destinations of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior is rich in art, culture and history. The city is a major part of Madhya Pradesh tourism and is a perfect blend of architectural wonders and historical milestones. The city’s most popular tourist attraction Gwalior Fort is one of the best forts in India.
Here, apart from seeing the Gwalior Fort, you can visit the Sasabhu temple, shop in Patankar and Sarafa markets and spend time at Gujari Mahal Archaeological Museum.
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