Tourism

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Tourism in India:
With a view to earning foreign exchange India wants to develop her tourist-industry. Since a pretty long time Kashmir has become a regular receiver of tourists. Innumerable number of people come from abroad to visit this prettiest place of India. Most of the people of Kashmir earn their bread and fortune by dealing with the tourists in various ways getting money from the tourists through hotels, restaurants, rest houses, boat-houses, conveyances and by hawking, peddling and guiding. So, the Kashmir State Government provide in its budget five crores of rupees for the development of tourism in the state of Kashmir during the fifth plan period. The Government of India is also doing its best to develop tourism in our country. In big cities like New Delhi, Bombay, Madras and Calcutta, the Government has established modern high-style hotel with modern amenities for the very rich tourists who may come to India. Te places of tourist-interest are developed in multifarious ways like lighting, water-supplying, beautifying and so on. The Government is publishing book-lets about these places of tourist interest and the Government's publicity-machine is geared up to attract tourists by distributing leaflets, booklets and by advertising in the leading papers, magazines and periodicals of different countries. The Government is planning to check the beggars from coming to these places in order to keep tourists from embarrassment. In 1971 the target tourist-arrival was four Lakhs. Tourism has become one of the subjects for three-year degree course in a college of Delhi University. Conclusion:
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