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    Nepal at least one million international tourists by the year 2011 and tourism industry’s exigency to organize a tourism promotion campaign for wider impact. With the badge of adventure destination glittering and the adage “Atithi Devo Bhava” (Guests are Gods) embedded in our culture, the...
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     Caste System is not so serious now.  Class is important to arranged marriage.  The two class in the middle in Hindu don’t eat meat. 2 Living Culture  “Atithi Devo Bhava”, The guest is God.  Athidi = Guest, Devo = God.  Cow is very sacred. (before 1950) 3 Something Interesting...
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    least one million international tourists by the year 2011 and tourism industry’s exigency to organize a tourism promotion campaign for wider impact. With the badge of adventure destination glittering and the adage “Atithi Devo Bhava” (Guests are Gods) embedded in our culture, the portfolio of...
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    Midsize Car Average Tata Indigo 796 790 787 782 806 785 781 771 Atithi Devo Bhava: A buying experience like no other Maruti Suzuki has a sales network of 307 state-of-the-art J.D.Power Asia Pacific 2004 India Sales Satisfaction Indox (SSI) Study Sales satisfaction Index Ranking (Based on a...
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  • Atithi Devo Bhava
    What is Atithi Devo Bhavah? A pioneer initiative by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India that will help tap into the full potential of tourism in India. Ministry of Tourism, Government of India has introduced “Atithi Devo Bhavah Program”- A nation wide campaign that aims at sensitising key...
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  • Tourism
    and spread the benefits of tourism to the people at large. The national campaign also indicates the tourism industry’s exigency to organize a tourism promotion campaign having wider impact. With the glittering badge of adventure destination and the adage “Atithi Devo Bhava” (Guests are Gods) that...
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  • The Guest
    to ask anything of a guest; rather one gives whatever one can for the guest to take back. All over the world we Indians are known for our hospitality. We were taught the golden verse ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ in our childhood itself. But after hearing certain incidents frequently, I feel it seems...
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  • Colors of India
    comes to binding people. They are raised with an emphasis on hospitality, where believing in atithi devo bhava means treating your guests as if they are avatars of Gods, and involving “sensual landscapes of nature, the elements, and the unexplored pleasures of the body” is priority in each social...
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    Nepal at least one million international tourists by the year 2011 and tourism industry’s exigency to organize a tourism promotion campaign for wider impact. With the badge of adventure destination glittering and the adage “Atithi Devo Bhava” (Guests are Gods) embedded in our culture, the portfolio...
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  • Nepal
    benefits of tourism to the people at large. The national campaign also indicates the tourism industry’s exigency to organize a tourism promotion campaign having wider impact. With the glittering badge of adventure destination and the adage “Atithi Devo Bhava” (Guests are Gods) that reflects “Atithi...
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  • Indian Tradition
    face, always willing to go out of the way to help somebody, exuding genuine happiness upon meeting a person - these are some of the common traits you will find in maximum Indians. The Sanskrit adage, "Atithi Devo Bhava," meaning the guest is truly your god dictates the respect granted to guests in...
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  • Tourism Project
    ' or 'Guest become God')[1] is a Sanskrit verse, taken from an ancientHindu scripture which became part of the "code of conduct" for Hindu society. Atithi devo bhava regards a procedure of the Host-Guest relationship. Recently it has also become the tag line of India's Ministry of Tourism's campaign to...
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  • Extract of India Hospitality
    The modern India’s economy relies heavily on tourism and hospitality Industry. With the spirit of “Atithi devo bhava” (Banerjee, 2008, pp.372), which means “Guest is God”, Indian treats their guest with enthusiasm and passion. One of the example of the special features that make visitors feel warm...
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  • Family Values
    each individual in my family. The Sanskrit saying, “Atithi devo bhava,” or “the guest is truly your god,” dictates the respect granted to guests in my family, and most of all my religion. Responsibility means that you acknowledge the fact that your actions have a direct impact on...
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  • Nepal Tourism Year 2011
    international tourists by the year 2011 and tourism industry’s exigency to organize a tourism promotion campaign for wider impact. With the badge of adventure destination glittering and the adage “Atithi Devo Bhava” (Guests are Gods) embedded in our culture, the portfolio of tourism products never...
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  • Hospitality
    protection. A host who granted a person's request for refuge was expected not only to provide food and shelter to his/her guest, but to make sure they did not come to harm while under their care. India In India, hospitality is based on the principle Atithi Devo Bhava, meaning "the guest is God...
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    Indian hospitality sector is certainly the most apt replication of the belief ‘ATITHI   DEVO   BHAVA '.  Good quality products and services at affordable prices should be the USP of anysuccessful venture - and hotels in the country boast of exactly this!According to the world travel and...
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  • What Would You Do in a World Without Tv, the Internet and Mobile Phones?
    Charming Boys; Contacts with Intelligent Boys; Flirt with Freaky Boys; Love with Faithful Boys & in the end Marriage with the Rich Boy Ek yug tha jab log apne ghar ke dwar pe likhte the: ATITHI DEVO BHAVA Phir likha: SHUBH LABH Phir likhne lage: U R WELCOME Aur ab likhte hain: KUTTON SE SAVDHAN...
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  • Hospitality
    principle Atithi Devo Bhava, meaning "the guest is God." This principle is shown in a number of stories where a guest is literally a god who rewards the provider of hospitality. From this stems the Indian approach of graciousness towards guests at home, and in all social situations. Hospitality as a...
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