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Tourism Department: In Search of Tourists

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  • Shiva Mishra

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Delhi is believed to be dil of India. It features historic attractions tracing our evolution from the past to the present. The legacy includes architecture of every description, which never ceases to lure the travellers. Here the past coexists with the present. Still the Tourism Department, Delhi, is in search of tourists. It is tried to understand the functioning of the Tourism Department. The objective in this paper is to find out that how the Department works to attract tourists in Delhi. [CCS WP No. 0050].

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  • Shiva Mishra, 2010. "Tourism Department: In Search of Tourists," Working Papers id:2459, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2459
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    Delhi; Transportation; Plan Outlay; innovative package india; historic; attractions; legacy; architecture; tourism; department; tourists; department; travellers;

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