SME Times News Bureau | 22 Sep, 2018
Paryatan Parv, a
national-level tourism event organized by the Ministry of Tourism during
September 16 to September 27, has been celebrated across the country in full
swing, said an official release on Friday.
The celebration of
Paryatan Parv reached a high note on its 4th and 5th day, with a series of
activities and events being held across the country, an official release said.
The events with an
aim to sensitize people about Sustainable Tourism, Swachhta, and to
promote tourism were organized in collaboration with the India Tourism domestic
offices, Central / State Government organizations and other Stakeholders.
Apart from the events in
Rajpath Lawns, India tourism Delhi
organized an inter school drawing competition themed ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ in which
370 MCD Schools participated. Hon'ble Mayor Sri
B.B. Singh and the local councilor graced the event, participated by the
Regional Director and distributed prizes.
A Yoga Session was also
organized at the ALT center, Ghaziabad, in collaboration with Vihangam Yoga
Sansthan. Jamia Millia Islamia in collaboration with India tourism
Delhi organised a Nukkad Natak on the theme ‘Hindustan Dekho’, Cleanliness
Drive and the students also took a swachhtasha path.
As part of the celebration, In Bangalore IHM Bangalore-Students cleaned the public parking pathway in front of IHM
Gate. The main focus of Paryatan Parv celebrations was on sanitation and the
importance of maintaining a hygienic environment.
India tourismVaranasi organized Yoga Sessions in collaboration with Sadguru Sadafal
DeoVihangam Yog Sansthan at Swarvveda Mahamandir Umahara, Varanasi, which was
attended by more than 75 people.
Hyderabad in association with
Bhongir Rock climbing school organized a trek to Bhongir fort and also
organized a motivational speech by Ms. Jai Bharati and Ms. Shanti, who
completed 17000 KM by road in 50 days in 7 countries, directed at 200 girl
students of various schools. IHM
Hyderabad organised a Swachhta
drive at the College, as part of the celebrations.
The event is being organized in several other places of the