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Thursday, February 09,  2006


 Tourism Articles


 From February 02,  2006 - February 09, 2006

Historic Legacy

Hosur Road, famous for its choc-a-bloc traffic is known to one and all in Bangalore. But little is known about Hosur town itself in Dharamapuri district of neighbouring Tamil Nadu. 

A Silent Journey Through Coorg

Silent Sentinels, A HECAR Foundation (Heritage Education Conservation Architecture Restoration) publication, is a book that provides an insight into the architectural heritage of Coorg and is the first of its kind in the true sense. 

A Colossal Poem In Stone

Besides the magnificent monolith of Bahubali, Sravanabelagola also boasts of many monuments, hills and caves of interest to the discerning spiritual tourist, writes B M Chandrasekharaiah.

Eco-Tourism Project For 10 Centres

Governor R.L. Bhatia has announced a new eco-tourism project, `Wonderful Wilderness,' to be implemented in 10 select centres. He also announced the `Habitat Forestry' scheme for planting trees in public and private land in his annual address . . .

Tourism In Leh

On the face of it this may appear a small bit of information. For the number involved is not significant.

Surajkund Festival Opens; Nation's Rich Heritage On Display

Tourism has key role in economic development: Ambika Soni Stating that tourism played an important part in the economic development of the country, Union Tourism and Culture Minister Ambika Soni on Wednesday said both Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.... 

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