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Heritage Tourism

 
Jack Randall (Author)
Synopsis

India is a vast country with long history of rich cultrual heritage, so there is big market potential for heritage tourism. The testimony of this statement can be proved from the fact that in 2007 more than five million foreigners visited India. If Delhi owns tha pride of having Qutub Minar, Old Fort, Humanyun's Tomb, Red Fort, then in close vicinity one can see hutyen's Delhi with latest design buildings accentuated by Delhi Metro. For wooing foreign tourists, many historical places by Delhi Metro. For wooing foreign tourists, many historical places have been reinvented into five star hotels and all are running well.

The writer has taken intorable pain and marathon writing while goind final touch to this book. The facts and figures has been checked and re-checked for the authenticity of the text. Hope, the reader will appreciate the innovative work of the author and pursuate others to read this book.

Contents: 1. Heritage Tourism. 2. The Heritage Tourism Programme. 3. Heritage Tourism in Delhi. 4. Rajasthan Heritage Tourism. 5. Agra Heritage Tourism. 6. Chennai Tourism. 7. Orissa Tourism. 8. West Bengal Tourism. 9. Heritage Tourism Catergories. 10. World Heritage Sites in India. 11. Heritage Railways.

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About the author

Jack Randall

“Travelling is my hobby and writing is my passion”, says Jack Randall, and environmentalist by profession and world tourist by choice. He was born in Dallas (USA) in 26 August, 1974. He considers himself to be a world citizen and worship nature as superpower. He strongly recommends that saving nature from further distinction should b our utmost priority. He gives emphasis on eco-tourism as he says that, “we have no right to spoil natural surroundings of the tourists place. Nature is not our sole property; it belongs to all plants, birds and animals.”

He has attented many seminars, symposium and workshops of international level. He has contributed many articles and features on environment-related subjects. From the last three years, he is devoted to writing several books on tourism subjects. Writing simple and flawless language is his forte.

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Bibliographic information

Title Heritage Tourism
Author Jack Randall
Format Hardcover
Date published: 19.09.2018
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 9788183568890
length 256p., 23cm.