Develop and Preserve Tourism & Heritage in Friendly Manner : Tourism Secretary

Develop and preserve tourism & heritage in friendly manner : Tourism Secretary

New Delhi (I-Newswire) February 24, 2014 - Develop and preserve tourism & heritage in friendly manner: Tourism Secretary

Mr. Parvez Dewan, Secretary Tourism on Friday urged all the site developers to develop and preserve tourism heritage by protecting ecology, environment & nature in and around it. He recommended that the best way to develop and preserve them in India would be by evolving efficient manufacturing techniques with imagination on lines adopted by successful international players such as British and German governments.

Mr. Dewan inaugurated the 3rd India Heritage Tourism Conclave-2014 organized by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here today.

The Secretary, Tourism recommended that tourism and heritage sites all over the country and especially in terrains and landscapes within the Himalayan range and other places should be developed in such a way that original structures are intact and protected.

For development and preservations of palatial places and sites, the best way would be to turn them into hotels so that those who choose to stay in such places enjoy and imagine the culture and heritage of such vintage, suggested Mr. Dewan.

In observations Mr. S M Khan, Director General, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting said that the government in consultation with all States and concerned stake holders were taking all possible measures to develop tourism and preserve our ancient culture in a manner that was not hostile to nature and scenic beauty. He appealed to all the media organizations to create awareness so that development efforts of the governments and private sector for preservation of India's tourism and culture are encouraged.

Mr. Sharad Jaipuria, President, PHD Chamber in his welcome remarks assured the participants that the Chamber would take the initiative for promoting tourism and heritage to all 12 States in which the PHD Chamber operates and even in overseas economies in which the PHD Chamber interacts with its counterparts for mutual economic gains.

He said that about 13 crore domestic tourists move to inter-state tourist destinations while Foreign Tourist arrivals during the period 2013 stood at around 68 lakhs.

The foreign exchange earnings from the tourism sector during 2013 stood at around US$18 bn and hence, India has a significant potential to become a preferred tourist destination globally, added Mr. Jaipuria.

Mr. Saurabh Sanyal, Executive Director, PHD Chamber, in his Special Address said that the total market size of tourism and hospitality industry in India stood at around US$ 118 bn currently and is expected to double in the next five years. The sector has excellent growth avenues as the Government of India has allowed 100% FDI under the automatic route. The Government is making concerted efforts to develop quality tourism infrastructure at tourist destinations across the country.

Among others who spoke on the occasion for all round development and promotion of tourism and heritage comprised Mr. Vijay Mehta, Chairman, Tourism Committee, PHD Chamber; Mr. Madan Mohan, Director, Deneb & Pollux Group of Companies.

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