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Pink City Jaipur to Host an International Conference on Tourism This Year


Being renowned for its magnificent forts and palaces and rich cultural heritage, the city of Jaipur is a well-known name in the tourism industry. Tourism experts from different parts of the country as well as from across the world, are going to gather here in the Jaipur city to discuss about the potential of tourism here.

With the support of Thar, International Institute for Media and Films is organizing a 2 day long International Conference in Jaipur on September 9-10, 2016. The topic of this international conference in Jaipur is ‘Public Concern for Tourism’. During this conference, tourism experts will share their views and experiences on subjects like art, literature, culture, treatment, cinema and business opportunities.

Festival Director Dr. Sudhir Soni said that Rajasthan is a leading name in the field of tourism. This conference in Jaipur aims at discussing the requirements of the tourism industry of the Rajasthan state. While the tourism industry is booming rapidly, tourists are still unaware of a wide amount of information on Rajasthan’s history, art and culture. Experts on tourism will sit together to look for opportunities that can be utilized to supplement the state’s tourism industry in enhanced ways.

 


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