Today’s world is the world of business which literally means busyness. Everyone is busy to such an extent that they hardly find any time for their family and friends and even themselves. Work overload has made everyone forget about what can be the real pleasure of life. At this point, travelling becomes a saviour. It connects a person to his family and friends and allows him/her to live life to the fullest. It enables a person to be in touch with Mother Nature and the beautiful world again and get mental peace again.
Travelling is not just about exploring new places but is about discovering connection with the nature, culture, heritage and rejuvenation again. World tourism day is celebrated every year on 27 September. The Statues of Organization was adopted in the year 1970 which lead to the establishment of UNWTO after five years. This day is celebrated to mark the anniversary of this event.
World Tourism Day is a medium to promote tourism, and the theme of this year is ‘Rethinking Tourism’. When we talk about tourism in India, the place that comes to everyone’s mind is Rajasthan. It is rich in cultural heritage and the historical significance attached to Rajasthan makes it the most loved places by tourists. The deserts, plains, sand, rivers, palaces, monuments, dances, food; everything makes Rajasthan the most desirable place for tourism industry.
Rajasthan has been the place where bravery and royalty is described abundantly. Even the top filmmakers are always interested to cover Rajasthan and its culture in their films. Top actors and actresses are always keen on being decked up in heavy Rajasthani costumes and jewelry. Rajasthani culture is loved and respected all over the world and people wish to give at least one visit to Rajasthan in their lifetime.
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