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Stakeholders in Rajasthan’s tourism and hospitality industries met on Saturday at Vesta International Hotel, Jaipur.

Tourism and Hospitality Titans Gather on a Unified Stage — Organized under the banner of ADTOI — Tourism Promoters Honored — Emphasis on Promoting Wedding Tourism and Hospitality. — Discussion on Tourism Challenges and Solutions for the future. Stakeholders from the Rajasthan tourism and hospitality sector gathered at the Vesta International Hotel in Jaipur on Saturday. During this event, distinguished individuals who made remarkable contributions to the tourism sector were honored. The occasion was the Rajasthan Chapter’s Rajasthan Hospitality and Tourism Stakeholder Meet-2024, organized under the banner of the Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India. On this occasion, Mr. Virendra Shekhawat, Secretary of ADTOI Rajasthan, said that the event was organized to bring all stakeholders together on one platform. The People behind this elevation of the state’s tourism, through their experience and hard work. Officials from both central and state tourism departments were also present at the meeting. The program included discussions on the challenges and solutions in the tourism sector. Shekhawat mentioned that they aim to promote rural and domestic tourism to help each other grow. Prominent Personalities Honored – Earlier, the program was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by Mr. GD Bairwa from the Central Tourism Ministry, Mr. Rakesh Sharma, Additional Director of the Rajasthan Tourism Department, and other chief guests. Mr. Kuldeep Singh Chandela, President of the Federation of Hospitality and Tourism of Rajasthan and the Hotel and Restaurant Association, Mr. Khalid Khan, Vice President of FHTR, Mr. Mahendra Singh, President of the Rajasthan Association of Tour Operators and Co-Chairman of the Indian Association of Tour Operators Rajasthan, Mr. Mohan Singh Medtia, Secretary of RATO, Mr. Rajendra Singh Jodha, Executive Committee Member of RATO and FHTR, …

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Rajasthan to promote border tourism at three border points: Dr Punita Singh, Joint Director, Rajasthan Tourism

Punita Singh, Joint Director, Rajasthan Tourism, has said that they are looking at promoting border tourism in Rajasthan. She said, “We have identified three border points in the state for developing border tourism products.” She was speaking at the PATA India & BBC News webinar ‘The New Ways of Marketing to Recharge Tourism’.

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Tourism and hospitality sector to be recognised as an industry in the state: Gehlot

Tourism is designated as an industry, and as such, it will benefit from government tariffs and levies in accordance with Industry norms. On Wednesday, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the state budget for the years 2022-23. According to him, the tourism and hospitality would be recognised as a separate industry in the state. The budget’s main focus was on jobs and healthcare.

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Rajasthan to develop hubs with UNESCO

In a bid to tap the potential of Rajasthan’s cultural heitage, the Rajasthan Tourism and UNESCO have joined hands for a project, wherein 10 cultural tourism hubs are being developed in Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Barmer districts. These hubs are being developed by adopting the ‘Art of Life’ methodology. The project is adding prosperity to the life of 884 performing artists and 594 handicraft artists and safeguarding the traditional art forms.

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Rajasthan opens all monuments, museums and forts, issues SOP for travellers

The government of Rajasthan has decided to open all monuments, museums and forts that were closed for public on 18th March. The Department of Archaeology and Museums of the state has issues guidelines keeping in view of social distancing norms and other requirements. Instructions have been issued to authorities to take required steps. Folk programs to support artists will also be organised in association with tourism departments. The decision on opening monuments falling in the containment zones will be taken by individual district administrators and they will remain shut until further decision. For the first two weeks, entry for all tourists will be free. As far as light and sound shows are concerned, the decision will be taken later depending on the footfall. As per the department, the monuments will be opened on alternate days for the first two weeks.

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inaugurates ITM Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath recently inaugurated India Travel Mart (ITM) Lucknow in the presence of Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Tourism Minister, Uttar Pradesh and other senior dignitaries, delegates, exhibitors, hoteliers, travel agents, tour organisers and media from various parts of the country. Many tourism departments like Host State – Uttar Pradesh Tourism, Partner State – Gujarat Tourism & Rajasthan Tourism, Himachal Tourism, Jharkhand Tourism, Uttarkhand Tourism, Madhya Pradesh Tourism, West Bengal Tourism, Delhi Tourism, Spiceland Holidays, Globewel Holidays Dubai, Club Mahindra, Country Inn Group of Hotels & Resorts,  Travel Mail, Hoteliers, travel agents and tour organisers participated at the event.   

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