A Descriptive Study on Rajasthan Tourism

Hissaria, Abhimanyu and Dhar, Arup (2014) A Descriptive Study on Rajasthan Tourism. Other thesis, WGSHA.

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Rajasthan, the land of chivalry, royalty, rich art & culture, traditions, heritage, a wide platter of tourist spots, music, countryside as well as royal beauty to savour the tastes of a variety of tourists. Rajasthan has heritage and cultural traditions that replicate the traditional Indian manner of life. There is an upscale and varied people culture from villages that is commonly define symbolic of the state. Rajasthan is the land of warriors & heroes, saints & holy men, patriots. Rajasthan cherishes these made traditions that area unit still alive within the work of art & literature. It is the largest state of India and stands at 5th position in terms of foreign tourist visitors & 7th in terms of domestic tourists. It has the potential to offer most memorable life experiences to those who have wander lust. The state was one of the first few states to come out with a state Tourism Policy in 2001. It has the advantage of being close and part of the National Capital Region and also on the Golden Triangle Circuit. No traveller’s itinerary is complete without inclusion of any of the traveller spots in Rajasthan. Therefore whether or not it's the Pink town of Jaipur – that has the extra advantage of lying on the Golden Triangle Circuit comprising of Delhi-. Agra- Jaipur- or the picturesque sand dunes of Jaisalmer and Jodhpur or the Pushkar Lake and the Ajmer Sharif or the town of Lakes, Udaipur, the state has one thing or the opposite to supply to everybody. The eco tourists includes tiger’s sightseeing at Ranthambor or fancy bird observation within the aviary at Bharatpur. But does this all translates into the magnitude of growth the state should have achieved. The study is an effort to find out whether the state has been able to tap its full tourist potential or not. It also studies the marketing policy adopted by the state government. It also studies the perception of the various stakeholders to the various government policies. The study is basically a descriptive one aiming at exploring the initiatives for tourism promotion. Finally, certain conclusions based on the analysis of primary data collected by the author and the secondary data are being drawn and recommendations are suggested for tourism growth in the state.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Descriptive, Study, Rajasthan, Tourism
Subjects: Hotel Management > WGSHA Manipal
Depositing User: WGSHA EPrints Administrator
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2016 09:15
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2016 09:15
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/145456

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