International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Geography | India | Volume 10 Issue 4, April 2021

Growth of Tourism Resources in Haryana

Rajesh Kumar [51] | Dr. Pardeep Sharma

Abstract: Haryana has enormous potentiality of growth in the Tourism sector with its varied attractions. The State aims at tie together with the direct and multiplier effects of tourism in employment generation, poverty deduction and women empowerment in an environmentally sustainable manner. The state has a very old culture because the IndusValley and Vedic Civilization flourished here. Many historical battles such as battles of Panipatand the epic battle of Mahabharata at Kurukshetra were also fought in Haryana. Haryana is a very rich state in terms ofagriculture because more than 60% people areinvolved in agriculture. Not just in agriculture, Haryana is also developing in terms of trade andproduction as many MNCs and Industries havebeen established in Haryana in recentyears. Many multi-specialty hospitals have alsobeen set up in Haryana that's helps to growmedical Tourism. Haryana tourism has shown avery high growth due to higher disposableincomes, increased leisure time, decreasing costof travel, a well- developed road and a greathighway network. The State proposes to reposition itself as most preferred destination by maximizing productivity of Haryana's natural, human, cultural and technical resources. The present study examines the infrastructure and tourism resources available in Haryana. The data used are secondary in nature. The study tries to explore the unique opportunities for contemporary areas of tourism i. e. culture, heritage, eco, adventure, farm/agritourism, rural, medical in Haryana.

Keywords: Haryana, infrastructure, Pilgrim Tourism, Highway Tourism, Medical Tourism, Eco andWildlife Tourism, Heritage and Culture Tourism, MICE Tourism, Adventure Tourism, challenges

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 4, April 2021,

Pages: 1178 - 1181

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