You Can Now Travel Across India Through Tourism Ministry’s ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ Webinars

by Gizel Menezes
You Can Now Travel Across India Through Tourism Ministry’s ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ Webinars

Traverse through the streets of Kolkata, lose yourself in the ghats of Varanasi, or explore the culturally rich past of Delhi! You can now travel across India virtually through this new initiative of the Tourism Ministry of India, titled ‘Dekho Apna Desh’.

Travel Across India Through Tourism Ministry’s Webinars

The ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ is a webinar series that provides in-depth information on several destinations of India, as well as explores their rich culture and heritage. The webinar is similar to the Dekho Mera Desh campaign launched in January this year, where the Tourism Ministry rewarded tourists who visited at least 15 Indian destinations in a year.

However, what is really special about these webinars is the fact that it gives a variety of tour operators/travel companies across the country a platform to give presentations on tourist spots across the country, especially when the industry is going through a very challenging time because of the pandemic.

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Image Courtesy: Suman Raju Photography

Each Webinar Takes You On An Incredible Journey Across India

Every webinar brings forth the authentic flavor of the city/state it describes. It takes you on a fabulous journey from the comfort of your home, enriching you with the many stories and secrets that lurk in the lanes and ghats of our Incredible India.

The Union Minister for Tourism and Culture, Prahlad Singh Patel, has said that the series of webinars shall be an ongoing feature. He also added that the ministry would continue its work towards showcasing the diverse and remarkable history and culture of India, including its arts, dance forms, landscapes, cuisines, festivals, among various other aspects.

The webinars are available on the Ministry’s social media handles, Incredible India Instagram and Incredible India Facebook as well as on YouTube.

So grab some popcorn, and begin your armchair travel!

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