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60 Free Essays on Tourism In India

  1. Tourism in India

    Tourism emerged as the largest global industry of the 20th century and is projected to grow even faster in the 21st century. India has immense possibilities of growth in the tourism sector with vast cultural and religious heritage, varied natural attractions, but a comparatively small role in the wo

  2. Tourism Industry in India (Nov 2006)

    Tourism Industry in India (Nov 2006) Contents • Introduction • Incredible India • Boom Time • Economic Growth Engine • India on the World Map • The scene till now • Govt Policies and Initiatives • Open Eyes- Open Arms • Challenges • Conclusion • References Intro

  3. Travel and Tourism

    Executive summary 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Booming industry Indian travel and tourism experienced a boom during 2004. There was a surge in arrivals and departures as well as robust expansion in domestic tourism. After growing by 15% in 2003, the number of incoming arrivals rose by a hefty 22% in 2004

  4. History of Punjab: State of Sikh Religion (Situated in North of India

    Punjab, state in northwestern India,bordered on the north by Jammu and Kashmir state and Himachal Pradesh state, on the east and south by Haryana state, on the south and southwest by Rajasthan state, and on the west by Pakistan. <br> <br>Punjab state lies between the great systems of the Indus and

  5. Fdi in Real Estate of India and China

    FDI Defined FDI refers to the investment made by a foreign individual or company in productive capacity of another country for example, the purchase or construction of a factory. FDI also refers to the purchase of a controlling interest in existing operations and businesses (known as mergers and

  6. The Population Growth Rate in India

    The Population Growth Rate in India For many years concern has been voiced over the seemingly unchecked rate of population growth in India, but the most recent indications are that some success is being achieved in slowing the rate of population growth. The progress which has been achieved to da

  7. Automobiles in India

    AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY IN INDIA The automobile industry in India is the eleventh largest in the world with an annual production of approximately 2 million units. India is expected to overtake China as the world's fastest growing car market in terms of the number of units sold and the automotive indu

  8. Child Sex Tourism Bill in Australia

    Child Sex Tourism Bill in Australia On March 23rd 1994 the Child Sex Tourism bill was introduced into the House of Representatives. This act, which amended the Crimes Act of 1914, enabling the Australian government to prosecute Australian child sex offenders overseas. Before the introduction o

  9. Coke in India

    Why might India want Coca-Cola to enter their market? Why and how should Coca-Cola enter the Indian market? In my opinion, collaboration between India and Coca-Cola would be a positive expansion of growth for both parties. I will first explain why this would benefit both sides, and second why and

  10. How the American Dollar Impacts India

    Fin 242 Financial Management Term Paper How the American dollar ($) impacts India, a general report By Samarth Bahl Since, 1991 when the then Indian government was run by the Indian National Congress (INC), the political party instituted a plan to implement economic reforms, short and

  11. The Interlinking of Indian Rivers in India and Its Implications on Environment

    The Interlinking of Indian Rivers in India and its implications on Environment M. Feroz Khan Scientist, Reservoir Division of CIFRI, Hessarghatta Lake Post, Bangalore – 560089, India ferosekhan23@gmail.com 1. Introduction The availability of freshwater at various spots on

  12. History of Education in India

    ASSQQQQQQQEducation under British Rule British records show that indigenous education was widespread in the 18th century, with a school for every temple, mosque or village in most regions of the country. The subjects taught included Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Theology, Law, Astronomy, Metaphysic

  13. Tourism

    blePreparations of tourism-related events for the World Social Forum 2004 Dear colleagues and friends, A number of NGOs and networks concerned with tourism issues are preparing activities in relation of the World Social Forum (WSF) in Mumbai, India, in January 2004. Started in Porto Allegre in

  14. India vs. China

    INTRODUCTION With a combined population of close to two-and-a-half billion people , China and India- neighbors across the Himalayas- control a significant portion of world demand. Add to this the high GDP growth rates shown by the two economies in the past five years and you get what is now well

  15. Work Cited

    Work Cited “Bangladesh Country Profile.” United Nations. 2002. United Nations. 7 Nov. 2008 . “India Tourism Figures for 2007.” Chart. Incredible India. 2007 Ministry of Tourism. 17 Nov. 2008 . “Jafar Alam Promotes Surfing in Bangladesh.” The Bangladesh Channel. 24 Sept. 2008. Pa

  16. Hindu in India

    Every being is unique and as long as they endeavor towards their dreams they will never fail. This is the foundation of his strong Hindu Belief system. My grandfather is a man with an abundance of knowledge whose words and thoughtful gestures often speak volumes. I failed to realize this fact unt

  17. India: Medical Hub

    India India is one of the most touted destinations in the world for medical tourists. It is known in particular for heart surgery, hip resurfacing and other areas of advanced medicine. The government and private hospital groups are committed to the goal of making India a world leader in the industr

  18. India Risk Analysis

    Global investors, markets, and foreign governments are often held responsible by their citizens or shareholders to ensure the potential is measured against the risks when investing. In recent years the strength of India on the global market has continued to show signs of political and economical gro

  19. Tourism in Middle East

    GEOGRAPHICAL FACTS ABOUT THE MIDDLE EAST: Middle East is one of the smallest regions in the world and has an area of 2,780,000 square miles and a population of 366 million as of the year 2004 (www.ce.byu.edu). The countries of this region lie towards the South-West of Asia and towards the North-Ea

  20. Tourism

    Tourism has become one of the most appreciated source of income for many countries of the world. Tourism is the fastest growing industry in this world because it is a very good of earning foreign currency. Tourism has many advantages and disadvantages. The advantages of tourism include firstly

  21. Australian Tourism

    Australian Tourism: 5 day trip to Australia TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA! Life in the tropics is not just about soaking up the sun and surf. Head for Townsville and you'll discover what a true tropical destination is all about. Situated within the 'dry tropics', the city basks in an almost unbroken s

  22. Medical Tourism

    Medical tourism, is defined as the practice of traveling to another country to obtain health care. The basic idea is that people travel to another country for health care based on two main reasons; price and/or quality. Other significant factors include convenience (one-stop shop), availability of t

  23. Avistion Industry in India

    Aviation Industry Overview The history of civil aviation in India began in December 1912. At the time of independence, the number of air transport companies, which were operating within and beyond the frontiers of the company, carrying both air cargo and passengers, was nine. In early 1948,

  24. Ritz-Carlton Opening in India.

    History The story of the Ritz-Carlton begins with Swiss hotelier César Ritz who was well known in the hotel industry as the "king of hoteliers and hotelier to kings." Mr. Ritz redefined luxury accommodation in Europe with his management of "The Ritz" in Paris and "The Carlton" in London. Althoug

  25. India

    The Republic of India is a country that occupies the greater part of the Indian subcontinent. It has a coastline of over seven thousand kilometers (4349 miles) , borders Pakistan to the west[1], the People's Republic of China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. I

  26. Doing Business in India

    INDIA – DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA ITUL DAN-CATALIN India, officially the Republic of India is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by geographical area, the second-most populous country, and the largest democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the

  27. Executive Summary for Heart of India

    The Heart of India is a new quick serve Indian restaurant serving an exceptional experience in fresh authentic Indian food to be located in the Chicago loop near the intersection of Adams and Wabash (See Appendix K). A quick serve Indian food restaurant is a unique concept with an atmosphere of th

  28. Tourism: Should It Be Welcomed?

    Tourism: Should it be Welcomed? In the last decades, domestic and international tourism has become one of the world's largest industries and one of its fastest growing economic sectors. While opinions regarding the effects of this industry on local communities are mixed, it is undeniable that th

  29. Opportunities and Challenges for Fdi in Tourism Industry in Malaysia

    Opportunities and Challenges for FDI in Tourism Industry in Malaysia CONTENTS 1 Introduction 2 2 Overview of the tourism industry in Malaysia 2 2.1 Arrivals and Receipts 2 2.2 Composition of visitor arrivals 4 2.3 Performance of sub-sectors and new investments 5 2.3.1 Hotels and Lodgings

  30. India

    India Around 2000 B.C. people called Aryan started invading India. This process continued to approximately 1000 B.C. Aryan tribes were led by kings. The Aryans conquered the native population, intermarried with it and settled in peasant villages. The Aryans brought their religion to India. The