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Tourism Potential in India

Mukesh Ranga (Author)
Synopsis This is now universally recognized that tourism must be developed and managed in a controlled, integrated and suitable manner, based on sound planning. Tourism is coming up as a major source of earning in the developing countries. Tourist developments is no longer seen solely in terms of destinations, with much more consideration being given to origins or markets and associated linkages. Tourism as a system endorses the need for all developers, planners and managers to understand the dynamic relationship among all parts of tourism as a system. India has been a spiritual and cultural destination for tourists from all over the globe from time immemorial. Its rich cultural diversity, religions, languages, magnificent monuments, its sheer size and people have been a source of fascination for outsiders and insiders alike. How alive this fascination is can be gauged from the fact that since 1988 the arrival of foreign tourists in India has gone up steadily from 1.6 million to nearly 2.4 million in 1997. As many as 162 million domestic tourists undertook travel within the country in 1997 and out of these 1510 million were pilgrim tourists. Such is the growth potential of tourism sector in the country. India has immense potential for the tourism. It has all resources for all types of tourists. Government has started to keep an eye on it as an industry and foreign exchange earner. In the present work Chapter 1 discusses with the overall view of tourism with its socio-economic impacts and marketing aspects of tourism. Chapter 2 discusses with the research design and methodology adopted in the research. Chapter 3 deals with tourism resource potential in India as a great attraction in t tourism field. Chapter 4 analyses the study area Bundelkhand as a whole keeping in mind historical perspective. Chapter 5 contains the tourism potential in Bundelkhand region. Chapter 6 discusses with the tourism traffic trends, to destination and state of tourism infrastructure. Chapter 7 deals with the analysis and interpretation of survey results. Chapter 8 contains strategies for effective and judicious utilization of tourist resources. Chapter 9 is related with conclusion of the research. At the end of the book there are Bibliography and Index.
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About the author

Mukesh Ranga

Mukesh Ranga (b. 20-11-69) did his M.B.A. from Vikram University, Ujjain (M.P.) In 1993. Further, he obtained his M.A. (Economics) degree from Agar University in 1995. He also obtained a L.L.B. degree from Lucknow University. In 2002 he obtained his Ph.D. degree in Tourism from Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. Presently he is working as Lecturer in Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. So far his eight research papers have been published, besides he has participated in many national and international level seminars.

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Title Tourism Potential in India
Author Mukesh Ranga
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8188683027
length x+229p., Tables; References; Bibliography; Index; 23cm
Subjects Travel & Tourism