Tourism has long been a neglected sector for the government of India. Earlier, it was considered to be an elitist activity and the socialist dispensation of the official establishment coaxed it to put on the back burner. The advent of globalization and the market forces brought India on the world tourism map. Both the hospitality and the travel industries revamped its utility and there appears to be a phenomenal growth in infrastructure and services for the world traveles. This book also points out the conspicuous absence of the domestic traveler for long. This book raises all possible issues in Indian tourism and suggests ways and means how Indian philosophy of Vasudhev Kutumbkam (World is a family). The salient feature of the book are the travelogues that will expose the Indian reader to a global world-view that provides him the pleasure of travel while sitting at home.... area, Indonesia, took the lead when, almost a decade ago, it listed more than 40 countries whose citizens needed no visa. Thailand and Hong Kong (even after its return to China) issue visa on arrival. ... We need not worry too much about Indians being excluded because nobody in our own country is clamouring for visaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tourism In India: An Overview (2 Vols.)|
|Publisher||:||Gyan Publishing House - 2005-01-01|