National Tourism Day
Every year on 25th January, National Tourism Day is being celebrated across the country with joy and fervor. The National Tourism Day is celebrated emphasizing on a theme designed by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. The object to celebrate National Tourism Day is to create awareness and preserve Indian culture and age old traditions of differ....
National Tourism Day
Every year on 25th January, National Tourism Day is being celebrated across the country with joy and fervor. The National Tourism Day is celebrated emphasizing on a theme designed by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. The object to celebrate National Tourism Day is to create awareness and preserve Indian culture and age old traditions of different parts in India. India is a diversified country with rich culture and an optimal legacy of Art & Craft.
Tourism in Andhra
A diversified state with ample tourism possibilities, it’s majestic history, heritage and pristine nature serves travelers of all age groups and interests. The 974 km of long coast line have good access to relish the charming beach fronts in Andhra Pradesh. A comfortable stay, ease of access, treasure activities nevertheless to ensure a tourist returns home with loads of memories is the motive of Andhra Pradesh Tourism.
A land of Buddhism, Buddhist circuits in Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada Hub includes: Salihundam, Bavikonda, BojjanaKonda, Thotlakonda, Aduru, Nagarjuna Konda, Battiprolu, Jaggayyapeta and Dyana Buddha in Amaravati are optimal specimen of Buddhist legacy.
The Art of Kalamkari and Kondapalli wood crafts are existing here for 400 years and unique in nature. In the same line, equally famous Etikoppaka Toys, Madhavamala stone sculptures, Lakkabommalu wood carved toys, Uppada Silks, Venkatagiri Art, Mangalagiri weaving sarees and Ponduru Khadi having age-old legacy in Andhra Pradesh. The world-famous classical dance of Kuchipudi, originated in Andhra Pradesh.
Attracting taste buddies craving for delicious delicacies are key components in tourism. Andhra Pradesh is popular for authentic and traditional Andhra Cuisine at global platform. “Pootareku” a traditional sweet from East Godavari District and “Bamboo Chicken” a unique tribal dish has received gold medal from Indian Book of Record for preparing 10.5-meter long Pootareku and 15 feet log Bamboo Chicken.
National tourism Day is being celebrated with joy and fervor.
On the occasion of National Tourism Day, the Andhra Pradesh Tourism organize below following activities in the State (including 26 Districts) of Andhra Pradesh:
· Organize morning Rallies & Heritage Walks followed by Paying Tribute to Freedom Fighters at Statues and at their birth places
· Organize Photo Exhibitions of State Tourism locations and Freedom Fighters
· Quiz, Painting & Song etc… competitions for school children in respective districts
· Display hoardings of National Tourism Day signifying the importance of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav at prominent locations in all 26 Districts across the State of Andhra Pradesh
· Cultural Programmes will be organized in respective Districts
· Felicitation of Freedom Fighters and their family members.
· Food Festival will be organised focusing on authenticated delicious Andhra Food
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