The Incredible India! Group on MyGov has garnered participation of citizens through various tasks on exploring the untapped potential of the tourism sector. Here is a peek into the amazing contributions:
10 measures to make India the hub for Spiritual Tourism
Gauri Ranjekar: Few key factors 1. Promoting Yoga .2. Worldwide travel groups affiliation 3. Making Yoga hubs and promoting organic food 4. Branding is key, development of these tourist hubs 5. Maintaining standards 6. Making authorized Yoga certification centers 7. Creating Merchandise for more promotion 8. Training and development of city people 9. Renovation of old monuments 10. Feedback and surveys
Ankur Pandey: INDIA being the only country enriched with so much of ancient culture and spiritual knowledge with practical knowledge for ex transcendental meditation , the knowledge of yoga and many other thing should promote worldwide and attract by spreading spiritual knowledge.and its importance . being a college all i know about the topic i have covered each and every aspect according to me sprry for any mistakes
Promoting Rural Tourism
Nirmay Bansal: Khajuraho Dance Festival, Lokrang Festival, Lohri celebration etc are not the only known festival which attracts tourism, but small festival, local cultural event and annual celebration in Rural places is a Big opportunity to attracts tourism. For this the State wise tourist booklet should be available for free to Tourist online and in Tourist information centers. Book should contain festival name, description, history, and number of attendee in last few years, pictures and etc.
Ashish Sharma: As per the declaration of honourable P.M on 15 august, one thing should added in this yojana that the village developed by each Saansad should be appropriate and perfect. Then these villages should be promoted for rural tourism. These villages should be developed like real small towns with new facility. i mean developed GAON.
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Sahana Prakash: Danuahkodi after tsunami, ramanadhaswamy temple Asia’s longest corridor… And pamban bridge…. Last pic is mysterious bridge believed it was built by lord rama (ramar palam)
Sambit Nayak: Bhawanipatna,of Odisha is a town of numerous temples dedicated to different deities of Hindu pantheon. The city has Phurli Jharan a perennial waterfall of 16 mtrs. high has a special charm of its own – 15 km. The old capital of the ex-State of Kalahandi, Junagarh was a well built fort with Oriya inscriptions on its temple walls- 26 km. The historic fort Asurgarh is only 35 km. ,Khanduala fall and Ambapani hills 77KM with its frolicking valley called ‘Haladigundi’ for viewing colourful wildlife
Ashwin Choudhary: One of the best unexplored places in North part of Goa-Dudhsagar. Best for people who love non-commercial places. Yo need to cross 16 tunnels to complete this trek. The thrill of valley on one side and water fall on the other is simply amazing and unmatched
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Abhishek Mohan: Holy Lake Guru Dongmar, Sikkim is named after Guru Rinpoche, the founder of Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism who had visited the lake in 8 century A.D. This sacred lake is said to have divine powers to fulfill the wishes of devotees visiting the lake. It is said that a portion of the lake does not freezes even in -35 degrees and provides the sought after drinking water to Indian forces guarding the Sikkim border with China during extreme winters and is situated at an altitude of 17100 feets
Dinesh Malekar: Landscape on Ghoti-Trimbakeshwar Road near Nashik. Internal Road from Vaitarna to Trimbak.
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Sai Shanker: The might of the Himalayas, the reverberating sound of the Ganga all throughout the journey (Ganga is clean all throughout!!!!), the divine shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath where you will be up close and personal with God, the enthralling and refreshing bath in the hot srpings and lastly the enjoyable tea at the last tea shop of India are the major reasons for which I chose to write this.
Sriram Warrier: It was in 2013 in middle of the scorching summer heat (in the month of May),I got a news from my school that some students were going to Himachal Pradesh for trekking. The trekking was having aduration of 10 days and was conducted by ATAL BIHARI INSTITUTE OF MOUNTAINEERING, DHARAMSALA. I gave my name to participate in this program. Its because it will be a change to stay away from the hot season as I live in Kerala. And also a great chance to explore the north.