Ministry of Tourism is taking initatives to enhance Buddhist tourism in INDIA
Published 3 weeks ago
While initiating an online course on Cross Border Tourism, Tourism and Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel as of late expressed that however India is profoundly associated with the life of Gautam Buddha, the incomparable Buddhist holy person, and its abundance of Buddhist legacy, relatively few Buddhist travelers are pulled in to the nation.
Apparently, the online course was facilitated by the Association of Buddhist Tour Operators, and went to by delegates from the UN Peacekeeping Forces Council, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Travel and Hospitality Associations of Afghanistan, Cambodia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and others
Service of Tourism in India has just progressed in the direction of offering shape to the formative and limited time exercises identified with the Buddhist locales in the nation.
As per the reports, Patel featured the requirement for restorative estimates saying that it is significant for everybody to discover the reason behind India getting just a couple of universal Buddhist sightseers.
He likewise referenced about introducing signage in unknown dialects at Buddhist goals in India, for example, Sravasti, Sarnath, Kushinagar and so on. As Sanchi in India gets a great deal of Buddhist vacationers from Sri Lanka, signages in Sinhalese have additionally been introduced at the landmarks in Sanchi also.
Patel additionally illuminated the choice of the focal government to transform Kushinagar Airport into a worldwide air terminal so as to support the travel industry and monetary possibilities of the locale.
The Association of Buddhist Tour Operators is the relationship of visit administrators progressing in the direction of empowering Buddhist the travel industry.