Rajasthan Tourism To Develop Two Tourist Sites In Every District; Check Out 23 Prime Districts

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Rajasthan Tourism To Develop Two Tourist Sites In Every District; Check Out 23 Prime Districts

Rajasthan is known as the land of kings, and the royalty in every nook and corner of the state completely shows that. The state is blessed with some of the most amazing tourist sites and is famous among travellers overseas and in the country as well. If you have visited Rajasthan and think that you have seen it all, rethink! Rajasthan tourism will be developing two new tourist sites in every district soon! 

Rajasthan Tourism To Develop Two Tourist Sites

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By locating and creating new tourist spots throughout all districts, the Rajasthan Tourism Department intends to completely change the state’s tourism industry. 

In every district of the state, two tourism attractions are being developed, restored, and conserved. This is a part of this ambitious project by the state government. These projects are reportedly already underway, and the Tourism Development Fund is funding them.

Some of the primary districts the state government is aiming at include Jaisalmer, Jhunjhunu, Ajmer, Banswara, Pratapgarh, Jhalawar, Dausa, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, Kota, Bhilwara, Karauli, Bikaner, Bundi, Jaipur, Alwar, Bharatpur, Nagaur, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Jalore, Sirohi, Hanumangarh, and more. 

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Unique Experiences For Visitors

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Gayatri Rathod, principal secretary of Rajasthan tourism department, gave an overview of the plan. She expressed pride in the two distinct tourist attractions that have been designated for development in each district. This bold strategy anticipates the development of brand-new tourism attractions in addition to improving popular tourist destinations.

The tourism department is committed to reviving the state’s tourism industry, according to Rashmi Sharma, the department’s head. These development and restoration projects will benefit from a total investment of ₹70.06 crore.

These projects are expected to revitalise Rajasthan’s tourism industry by giving visitors unique experiences in each district. Sharma added that numerous government agencies, including the Forest Agency, the Archaeology Department, the Public Works Department, and local bodies, took the initiative in addition to the state tourism agency. (as per Times Travel)

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