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Essay, Paragraph, Speech on “India-A Tourist’s Paradise” Complete Paragraph, Speech for Classes 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.

India-A Tourist’s Paradise

“There are some parts of the world that once visited get into your heart and won’t let go. For me India is such a place when I first visited, I was stunned by the richness of the land by its lush beauty and exotic architecture, by its ability to overload the sense with the pure, concentrate intensity of its colours, smells, tastes and sounds. It was as if any my life I was seeing the world in black and white and when brought fact to face with India, experienced everything rendered in brilliant Technicolor.”

-Keith Bellows

The most valuable assets of India as a desirable tourist destination lies in its thousands years old historical and cultural heritage. Every region, every part of India encompasses culture of its own, entirely distinct in traditions, language, festivals, beliefs and rituals with different and unique style of living and dresses.

No country in the world comprises such distinction such diversity with a unity and integration. This diversity may be attributed to the historical roots of developments of each region, due to different dynastic ruled the different regions. The development of different life style, celebrations of different festivals, adopting different languages, different dressing sense, all exit as per the norms fixed by then ruling dynasty. Each region has unique physical features, soil types and climatic conditions, so has the distinct vegetation and wild life. When all the natural beauty is mingled with different culture the resultant harmony- present a unique land sparkled picture, reflecting each destination in its unique and colourful way. Seeing the immense potential of India, the Department of Tourism was formed to promote international and domestic tourism in the country. In addition, the Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, the National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology and the Indian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) were constituted. To promote tourism at the state level, each state and union territory has its own department of tourism. The department of tourism is assigned with the task of providing infrastructure, carrying out publicity campaigns and disseminating information aimed at promotion of tourist sites in the world market. The department formulates policies and programmes and works in co-ordination with the other departments of the industry, like hotels, tour operators and travel agencies. With its offices in India and abroad, the Department promotes Indian tourism of facilitate tourism inflow into the country. The Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management has been constituted to provide professionally trained personnel to the industry.

One finds everything in India : exotic as well as native, the snow clad Himalayas crowned the head in the north, enveloped all the beauty within itself, releases the mighty rivers, Indus, Gangas and Yamuna and their tributaries. These rivers roll over the whole country like arteries, supplying life blood to the body of the country and its inhabitants throughout the years. The complex beauty of the desert state of Rajasthan is found rarely in any part of the world. The culture of Rajputs with bright Badhani colours intricate designs and the Royal background give their sharp look different from others. In their unique architectural style in the series of places are lake place of Udaipur, sand coloured forts in Jaisalmer, city palace of Jaipur, the pink city of India coupled with the vibrant folk dances and folk songs make India an “Epitome of cultural”.

The Taj Mahal at Agra, symbol of mughal romance and faith, in its architectural perfection and splendor attracts tourist from all over the world. Taj Mahal reflects the Persian culture and their architectural eminence, today counted among the seven wonders of the world.

The caves of Ajanta-Ellora, the Sun Temple of Konark, the Temple of Khajurao and Dravidian style stone carved temples of Hoysalewara and Ranganathswamy, the medieval glory of Qutab Minar, Red Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and other forts and mausoleums with Persian architectural influence, the Victoria Palace at Kolkata, beautiful and elegant churches at Goa, each and every symbolizes the richness of India culture with tremendous diversification and each has its own attraction for the tourist.

Tamil Nadu is known for hundreds of ancient temples. The famous Meenakshi Temple of Madurai, is embellished with 30 million sculptures. Down south, the Tranquil Bay at Kappad, near to Kozhikode where came the Portuguese navigator Vasco-da-Gama, changing the history of India, the Quwwat-ul-Islam in Delhi is an iron pillar, rising to a majestic 7.31 M. erected by King Chandra Varman, in the sixth century AD and ravages of time have left no speck of rust on the pillar, the Coromandel Coast in Mahabalipuram, the site of largest bas-relief in the world, are some of the most visiting places by the tourist from every part of the world. The Bhool Bholaiyan at Lucknow, the mystery of shaking Minarets in the mosque and tomb of Rajbibi in Ahmedabad, the acoustic wonders of Gol Gumbaj, the famous Golden Temple of Amritsar, the oldest church at Palayur in Goa, the oldest synagogue at Mattancherry in Kochi and the oldest mosque in Eheraman Malik Manzi! in Kodungallor, also the modern Lotus Temple, the Bahami Temple of worship, the Stupa of Sanchi, Tower of Silence at Mumbai, and tallest statue of Bahubali at Karnataka, all speak of the glorious heritage of our country and so are the points of attraction for tourists throughout the world.

Nowhere in the world, can be found such multifaceted, most diversified culture with rich heritage reflecting many dynasties and regimes. India is known for its unparalleled religious beliefs as well as for its vast variety of people , the animal kingdom and the rich flora. India is a miniature world, where the tourists find the best of the west and east coexisting in perfect harmony for centuries.

No doubt, India’s diversified future presents a ‘paradise for tourist’ but to keep it intact, a number of judicious and prudent policies to facilitate the tourists, and attract more and more tourists are to be framed and require to be implemented at a fast pace. The tourists visiting India, should be enchanted not only with the rich heritage, but they should also feel here safe, sound and welcomed. The call of this paradise can be summarized in few lines:

“The snow clad Himalayas at the top, The flow of rivers, valley and lakes, The fort and have lies in desert lop Vibrant festivals, temples and mosque makes Nowhere you find such diversified features You would say and say our teachers.”


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