Know the history of India from these places in this National Tourism Day

Today, that is January 25, is National Tourism Day. Where tomorrow our country will celebrate the Republic Day. The same day is also very special. Today is Indian Tourism Day, another glorious day in the history of India. Unity in diversity is the specialty of our country. For many variants, our country has been overshadowed by its beautiful tourist destinations and has taken a special place in the whole world. Tourism has also had a very positive impact on the Indian economic system. People from all over the world come here every year to see the sights of India which has also greatly improved our economic standards.

For your information, these delightful places representing Indian culture and civilization have been and always will be a center of attraction not only for foreign guests but also for all Indians. According to statistics, about 7.7% of people working in the tourism industry in India earn their living. About 7.5 million foreigners visit India every year. It is a product of India’s glorious history that the flame of attraction can never diminish. Continued progress in tourism has led to economic recovery and job growth.

If you don’t know, tell yourself that there are many tourist places in India, but some of them are best known. Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Pushkar, Amer Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Udaipur City Palace, Sonar Fort of Jaisalmer, Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur, Golden Temple of Amritsar, Hawa Mahal of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar, Gate of India, Mysore Palace, Golconda Fort and many other tourist places whose history has created such attraction among all sections of the population that tourists consider their trip as incomplete without seeing these places.

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