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Volume 3, Issue 1

‘Athithi Kab Jaonge...Nahi Nahi Atithi Kab Aaonge...Aate Raho Kyoki Hum Us Desh Ke Vaasi Hein Jo Dulaar Lutayenge’


Vipul Jain, Alka K. Dhanai and Shruti Aggarwal


Shri Guru Ram Rai Institute of Technology & Science, Dehradun, Uttarakhand


One of the oldest civilization of the world, one of the greatest nation of the world, one of the greatest democracy and obviously no need to speak about the population. This great nation INDIA has everything. We have every possible resource but the one that we are blessed with is ‘MOTHER NATURE’. A nation that has mountains and oceans, deserts and monuments, heritage sites and culture- All ingredients of a pure recipe that makes up for a great tourism nation. Tourism will not only build ‘BRAND INDIA’ but it will create enormous employment opportunity for the youth of India.

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