Tourism In India


Tourism is the act of travelling within your own country, or to an international destination for relaxation, enjoyment, leisure and pleasure. It can also be for personal, professional or business purposes. Tourism has evolved into a major industry with the advancements in technology ever since the Jet-set era. Travelling all around the world has become convenient and more comfortable than ever before with modes of transportation capable of covering vast distances within few hours at nominal costs becoming the norm.

Tourism is exploring the secrets of the world, learning about history, traditions, cultures of different parts of the world. It is always good to know about the other cultures, discover new places, meet new people and try new foods. It is through tourism that one interacts with different cultures and learns more than what can be learnt by reading books. Experiencing something for oneself can never be replaced by reading about the experience.

Tourism is also one of the major industries in any nation as tourism is a major economic activity for many cities and countries which are not rich in natural resources. Island nations, mountain states and states with low natural resources are mostly dependent upon income generation and economic activities based on tourism.

Tourism in India is offers wide immense diversity, far ahead of any other country. From the western Ghats of Karnataka to Andamans to Himalayas, India is stepped with natural beauty.

Jobs fill your pocket, adventure fill your soul.

Tourism is the key source of revenue and economy for any country, it is a vast industry which provides a number of ancillary services. It is possibly the greatest people-moving pursuit on the planet today, as well as the highest grossing industry.

Tourism provides an enormous boost to city’s and even a country’s economy. Foreign tourists provide an increase in the Forex reserves of a country and economic activities catering to the needs and demands of the tourists both domestic and foreign allow for employment opportunities for hundreds of thousands of people.


  • It plays a quintessential role in the socio-cultural integration of a country. It establishes and reinforces identity and helps to build an image. One must always keep an open mind, be accepting to whatever customs are present. It strengthens the collision of different cultures, exchanges, enhances Mutual understanding and shares the spiritual wealth of world civilization. India with its sheer size and heterogeneous culture emerges as ideal destination for cultural tourism. India Tourism is one of the most sought after tourism destinations in the world because of the sheer number of different cultures living together in complete harmony in the sub-continent. One can experience a number of different cultures, cuisines, and colours in a single country by simply travelling in any direction from any place in the country.
  • Tourism is a driver of job growth. It is creating millions of job and it is being said that one in five of all new jobs created globally is attributed to tourism. Tourism creates employment opportunities to the people of the country. It is a labour intensive industry with manpower required at all stages. Travel and tourism in India supported 41 million jobs in India in 2017.
  • Tourism is a great source of income generation. It cultivate economic growth point, stimulate the national economic growth, adjust the structure of national economy, and can create foreign exchange. India's rapidly growing tourism sector now plays a huge role in nation's economy, supporting tens of millions of jobs and generating billions of dollars each year.

India- The land of tourism

One of the largest economies in the world, India has many important industries which contribute to its GDP. Tourism in India is still one of the most important sectors that contribute to the national GDP. India tourism is not merely supported by a few places of interest. The whole sub- continent has a rich history and its own story to tell which attracts visitors from all over the globe. In recent years, India has emerged as a top destination for medical tourism which has catapulted the importance of the country to being one of the most important and frequently visited countries in the world. The low cost medical facilities in India has made it a global medical tourism destination with people from all over the world visiting the country every year for affordable medical care. The lower costs of medicines and low treatment cost has made it an ideal destination for people who either can’t afford medical care in their native country or don’t have the required facilities available back home.
India offers a huge variety of experiences for every kind of traveller. There are 37 world heritage sites in India that are recognised by UNESCO until 2017. India is famous for many historical monuments and architectural skills involved. For the history seekers, India is the apt place to visit. These are important and visual source of analysing the history of India. Dating from early days of the Indus Valley Civilization and throughout all the ages in the modern history of the world to the ancient India mentioned in the holy scripture of Hinduism which can be taken as historical accounts of ancient India, the land is filled with monuments left behind by these civilizations and dynasties and landmarks and natural wonders that take one’s breath away. These monuments represent the style of Indian art and culture. These monuments have become a representation of Indian history and art & culture.
These monuments are important parts of our history that represent the evolution of the art & architecture and society in general in the country influenced by all the natives and the invading forces that have occupied the country at one point or the other throughout India’s history

India- Facts about India

  • India is the ‘land of rising sun'. Arunachal Pradesh is lying in the country’s extreme east and experiences the first golden rays of the sun.
  • Chess was invented in India.
  • India is home to some of the most serene, calm and most mesmerizing art forms of the world like Madhubani paintings, phad paintings, Gond paintings, Kangra paintings.
  • India is home to the wettest place on the earth Mawsynram in Meghalaya.
  • India is the world's largest milk producer.

Tourism in India is number third among countries with the fastest growing tourism industries over the next decade. It offers an experience of lifetime with a picturesque landscapes, spectacular waterfalls, habitat of the country's largest tiger reserve and home to the warmest of the people.

Another aspect of your India tour is the regional delicacies present all over the country. Every state and culture has its own cuisine which can leave you licking your fingers. From Odisa’s Rasgulla to Punjab’s Makke di Roti, to Rajasthan’s Dal Bati to Gujarat’s Dhokla to Bihar’s Litti Chokha to Uttar Pradesh’s Awadhi cuisine there is so much to satiate your palate in the North India itself.

Another aspect of your India tour is the regional delicacies present all over the country. Every state and culture has its own cuisine which can leave you licking your fingers. From Odisa’s Rasgulla to Punjab’s Makke di Roti, to Rajasthan’s Dal Bati to Gujarat’s Dhokla to Bihar’s Litti Chokha to Uttar Pradesh’s Awadhi cuisine there is so much to satiate your palate in the North India itself.

Once you go down south, Mysore Pak, Idli, Vada Pav, Biryani, can steal your heart away. The sheer diversity of cuisines and available dishes can make your head go round. Even the simplest of sweet dishes in the country ‘Kheer’ has numerous iterations throughout the land which goes on to show the immense treasure trove of tradition and ancient knowledge the various cultures have been inheriting and still being able to unite and identify themselves as Indian and stand under one flag. The cuisine and culture of various parts of India are interlinked and are almost inseparable in whichever part of the country you are visiting.

Experiencing the cuisine of the country is an essential part of your India tour one which you just cannot skip. Without tasting the local delicacies and traditional cuisines of India rich in spices and flavours it is impossible to call your visit to India or any part of India complete.

Tourism in India is a booming industry with the economic activities in almost all tourism hotspots largely dependent on tourism and related services. Both the central and the state governments actively promote tourism in India whether it is through ‘Incredible India’ or the mottos of respective states, the focus is on creating a tourism friendly atmosphere and promote the tourism industry in India. All of it is to create a safe and convenient place for tourism which would in turn attract more tourists to India and create a better image of the country on the global stage.As a developing nation, it is important for the country to create a diversified profile of industries wherein investors can invest and which can provide significant boost to the economy on their own.

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India is a remarkable destination with plethora of experiences. India is the epitome of the world. The large number of different cultures, knitted together in such a close and perfect manner, make India's diversity one of the wonders of the world. India is the combination of 28 states and 9 union territories, each state and union territory has its own language, culture, colours and in some respect religion also. Diversity is something that is as ubiquitous as the air we breathe in India. India is also known as subcontinent and has all the geographical areas including mountains, deserts, plains, plateaus and islands. It is framed by the daunting Himalayas in the north, the Arabian sea in the west, and the bay of Bengal in the east. The southern tip of India is washed by the waves of azure Indian ocean. India contains an astonishing variety of geographical features of deep rain forest, blistering deserts, fertile valleys and palm sprinkled silver beaches. The reason the region is referred to as a sub-continent is because the sheer number of different cultures, languages and customs present here are enough to create their own countries and make it reminiscent of a continent much like how Europe is small landmass but divided by numerous cultural and language made boundaries. The beauty of the country lies in the harmony between all these different cultures and how it has created a heterogeneous society that has come together and adapted many things from one another creating homogeneous mixture which is identified as being distinctively Indian. From Jammu & Kashmir to Kanyakumari, every state in India has its distinct identity defined by its culture, language, traditions and food. Every region has its own identity creating a sense of regional pride which then seamlessly amalgamates into the national identity of being an Indian creating this bond of brotherhood and realising the idea of Unity in Diversity.

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The Heaven of Nature


Tourism in India is offers wide immense diversity, far ahead of any other country. From the western Ghats of Karnataka to Andamans to Himalayas, India is stepped with natural beauty. We have:

Seemingly straight out of a film, these natural wonders of India will leave you enchanted, speechless and wishing you would known about them much earlier. There are countless inexplicable phenomena in India that have left scores of people Mesmerized by their enchanting tales.

Fauna in India When it comes to big predators India is home to several large mammals. There are about 410 species of mammals known for India, which is about 8.86 percent of the world species. To protect wildlife India has set up 66 national parks, 333 wild life sanctuaries and 35 geological gardens in the country. It is home to Bengal and Indo-Chinese tiger, Asiatic lions, snow leopards, Great indian rhinoceros, Dromedary camels and many more.