India’s National Tourism Day is celebrated on January 25.
India is a country where ethnicity, practice, culture, etc changes with every kilometre as one moves from North to South. India being the 7th largest country in the world stands apart from the rest of the Asian continent. It has mountains and the sea, which makes the country a distinct geographical entity.
This year, the theme of National Tourism Day is 'Dekho Apna Desh'. Coronavirus pandemic has intensely affected the tourism sector due to the restrictions on travel. The Ministry of Tourism has been organizing seminars around the theme beginning from January 21.
India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. With the presence of multicultural experiences and a rich heritage accompanied by beautiful attractions, the country is among the most pop.India’s rich history and cultural and geographical diversity make the country one of the most popular tourist destinations among foreign travelers. It offers various forms of tourism, including cultural, heritage, cruise, nature, educational, business, sports, rural, medical, and eco-tourism. National policies for the promotion and development of tourism are designed and carried out by the Ministry of Tourism.According to statistics, over 7.7% of Indian employees work in the tourism industry. Every year, the country is visited by millions of foreign tourists (for instance, 7.42 million in 2014).
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