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Anthropology of Tourism: A Case Study of Chitwan Sauraha

 
Ramesh Raj Kunwar (Author)
Synopsis A modern man live in a modest living but he cannot forsake his habit of traveling and hence, his interest of knowing something new. Consequently tourism has developed astronomically throughout the world. For sustainable tourism development the quintessential factor is political stability and peace. If there is no peace and political stability, no beautiful road, efficient communication, air service, health, sanitation, cleanliness and hygienic food, fresh air, water quality, natural and cultural history and manufactured heritage, proper planning and policies carrying capacity can motivate the tourists because the destination is politically disturbed through internal and conventional war. Tourism is motivated by Sunlust (pull) and Wanderlust (pust), also described as man's nature of seeking and escaping. These days tourism is also looked upon as a means of meeting personal needs and resolving interpersonal problems, and more efficient means of transportation. In the present book an effort has been made to analyse the ways in which tourism is contributing to changes in value systems, individual behaviour, family relationships, ethics and moral conduct, creative expressions, traditional/ceremonies, community organizations as they are in the process of trivialization, revitalization, trinketisation and cocacolisation. Therefore this Book will be very useful for the students of anthropology, sociology and other disciplines, policy makers, planners, researchers, development agents, marketers and other general readers for understanding the inter cultural interconnection between the hosts and the guests. Equal efforts have been made to provide a wealth of information, ideas, knowledge and theories to the readers.
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About the author

Ramesh Raj Kunwar

Born at Sanglakhola, Kathmandu, Dr. Ramesh Raj Kunwar is Nepal's prominent anthropologist. He lives at Gongabu, Ward No. 4, Gongabu Village Development Committee, Kathmandu. He was educated first at Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, where he received his master's degree and esteemed Mahendra Vidhya Bhusan (Gold Medal); then at the University of Ranchi, India, he received his doctoral degree for his research on the Nature-Man-Spirit Complex of the Sherpas of Nepal Himalayan Region (1987). He has already published four books entitled Fire of Himal: An Anthropological Study of the Sherpas of Nepal Himalayan Region (1989), Ethnicity in South Asia (1996), Tourism and Development Science and Industry Interface (1997), Himalayan Heritage: A Study of Society, Culture and Religion of Nepal (1999) and Nepalese Climbers on Mount Everest (in press). He has visited most of the parts of Nepal. He also worked as the First Vice President of Nepal Mountaineering Association for 3 years (1992-1995). Dr. Kunwar is Associate Professor of the Central Department of Nepalese History, Culture and Archaeology, T.U., Kirtipur, Kathmandu. Currently, he is the Dean of Royal Nepalese Military Academy, Kharipati, Bhaktapur, and part timer at the Royal Nepal Army Staff College, Tokha, Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM), National College-Kathmandu University, REHDON College, Nobel College-Pokhara University and Classic Academy. Ravi Bhavan, Kathmandu. Dr. Kunwar has visited National University of Singapore as a Guest Speaker, London University, SOAS, UK, as a Visiting Scholar, Tokyo University, Japan, as a Guest Speaker and Zagrev University, Croatia, as a Visiting Professor. Dr. Kunwar is well experienced in developing visual anthropological work in Nepal. His visual anthropology work based on research on the Tharus entitled Tharu Folk Culture part one, two, three in Nepali and Faces and Places of Far Western Nepal in English prepared by Nepal Television got an International Award from Sony Television, Japan.

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Bibliographic information

Title Anthropology of Tourism: A Case Study of Chitwan Sauraha
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Adroit Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8187392347
length 152p., Plates; References; 22cm.