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Thursday, October 20,  2005


 Tourism Articles


 From October 11,  2005 - October 19,  2005


State Plans Sustained Campaign To Harness Tourism Potential

Multi-pronged approach to attract 25 crore tourists in the next five years

Retreat To The Silent Resort

A stay at Kairali Ayurvedic Health Resorts is not just about getting your oil massage but also soaking in some much-needed peace and quiet

A Royal Trip

Deccan Odyssey, the super luxury train that runs only between October and April, is back in action for 2005. This year, the train will take tourists on a seven-day journey through Mumbai, Ganapatipule, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Tarkali, Sawantwadi, Goa. . .

Avenue Into Past & Present

Avenue Road is one of the most prestigious streets of Bangalore City. From the days of the City's founder Kempegowda till today, this road remains as one of the main conduits of Bangalore’s business districts.

Karnataka Government Plans Pan South India Tour Packages

Karnataka plans to introduce Pan South India tour packages in association with Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala in an effort to attract foreign and domestic tourists, said Jayakumar, Minister of Tourism, Government of Karnataka.

Unfinished Dream

An amazing lingam, about 18 feet in circumference, crafted out of a single polished rock stands in the centre of the sanctum sanctorum in Bhojpur writes Tanushree Podder.

The Sky Over The Sea

It is a visual treat to watch the sun go down in the Arabian Sea from the Apsara Konda hillock

Colourful `Jamboo Savari' Brings The Curtains Down On Dasara Celebrations

Caparisoned elephants, 20 tableaux from various districts enthral 15-lakh-strong crowd 70 teams take part in procession Tableaux spread socially relevant messages Cannons drawn by bullocks evoke interest

Ten Lakh People Witness Jamboo Savari In Mysore

Chief Minister Dharam Singh flagged off the procession and hoped that Goddess Chamundeshwari would bring prosperity to the people of Karnataka.


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