Tourism

2nd Day of Paryatan Parv Creates a climate of Tourism across the country

On Day 2,  October 6, the ‘Paryatan  Parv’ wave spread all over  the country creating a  climate of tourism from  Gurdaspur in the north to Kovalam in  the south up until Port Blair down south,  with Ahmadabad in the west to Shillong  in the east – everyone celebrating the  new season of travel this “PARYATAN  PARV 2017”!

The netizens on Twitter took up  to sharing their interesting travel  pictures under the #IncredibleIndia  and #ParyatanParv2017.

Starting off the day with a cycle  rally at Old Delhi (Purana Quila) all  through Daryaganj, Jama Masjid, Red  Fort organised by India Tourism Delhi  flagged off by the Director General  (Tourism) Satyajeet Rajan.

On this occasion, India Tourism  office in Guwahati organised a yoga  session. This was followed by students  rally from Borbari to Six Mile, Guwahati  with 150 students, faculty members of  IHM and officials of India Tourism.

From Indian Institute of Tourism and  Travel Management (IITTM) campus  in Gwalior, a hygiene awareness  programme for the street food vendors  and local shopkeepers was organized  where gloves were distributed to all  the vendors for their use along with  the training of serving and keeping the  nearby space clean and hygienic.

India  Travel Bazaar” where “Importance  of Tourism” was conveyed to the  large gathering of 1500 people which  included State Tourism Departments,  Airlines like Sri Lankan Airlines, Spicejet,  Indigo and foreign tourism boards  from Malaysia, Thailand, Seychelles  and Oman.

A “Rally on Tourism” was  organized by India Tourism, Goa in  association with IHM Goa and the  National Institute of Water Sports,  Goa at the historic Fort Agauda, Goa  early in the morning with participants  numbering more than 100 taking  part in the Paryatan Parv rally. A  “Sensitization Programme” was also  conducted in front of the Fort Aguada  for the Street Food Vendors, Souvenir  sellers on importance of personal  grooming and hygiene.

In Hajipur, the students and faculty  of the Institute of Hotel Management  participated in the “Rally on Tourism”  from IHM Hajipur to Gandhi Chowk  and back to IHM Hajipur for a symbolic  distance of about five kilometers to  celebrate “Paryatan Parv” (Tourism  Festival).

The events for the day culminated  with the first ever ASEAN-India Music  Festival Purana Quila in New Delhi

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