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Title: INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM IN HIMACHAL PRADESH
Authors: Negi, Suernder Kumar
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING;INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT;TOURISM;HIMACHAL PRADESH
Issue Date: 2000
Abstract: Since Independence India has made considerable economic progress and advancement in the Industrial, Agriculture and Scientific fields etc. India is one of the most advanced developing country. However, there are many problems like unemployment, poverty, and economic backwardness, etc. in some parts of the country. Himalayan Region of Himachal Pradesh has so many tourist religious places where lakhs of tourists visits every year. But most of the area is undeveloped because industrial development could not be possible. People are migrating to the towns in plains in search of jobs, while the state has the best scenic beauty in India. The only industry, which can be developed in this region is TOURISM. Having explored the potential of tourism, the state can develop its own economy with tourism clearly identified as a key industry, Himachal Pradesh has much more to offer. It has a vast and valuable treasure of destinations hitherto unexplored or in some cases unexposed. The various fairs and festivals, temple and pagodas, the changing landscapes from Shivalik hills to the high mountains of heavenly Himalayas, in pine avenued roads -all adds to the glory and charm of this Pradesh. In view of the vast tourism potential, the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh should given high priority to this multi-dimensional industry, which has an interface with several other sector of economy. For this purpose a study of tourism potentialities to serve as an economic base has been carried out so that the integrated development can take place in regions of the state
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13294
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Singh, Nalini
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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