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MTDC celebrates “Paryatan Parv”

Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) recently organised the “Paryatan Parv”, the nation-wide carnival of tourism. The programme has been arranged with the aim to draw attention on the benefits of tourism, display the cultural diversity of the country and strengthening the principle of “Tourism for All”. The closing ceremony of Paryatan Parv was graced by Jaykumar Rawal, Minister of Tourism, Government of Maharashtra and Nitin Gadre, Principal Secretary, Tourism and Culture and Vijay Waghmare, Managing Director, MTDC among other eminent dignitaries and speakers.

Paryatan Parv has received a positive response from all the stakeholders, who have come together in organising various activities and events in Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Amravati, Aurangabad, Nashik and Ratnagiri. More than two lakh individuals from Maharashtra were involved in various activities held under the first ‘Paryatan Parv’, being observed across the nation. As per the reports of India Tourism, the country aims to generate 100 million jobs through tourism and entice 40 million foreign tourists yearly in the next five years. During this occasion, MTDC has also launched Maharashtra Unlimited book to showcase the best offerings of the state and create awareness about the emerging destination in the Maharashtra.

The last 21days witnessed some eventful activities across the state. Paryatan Mela was organised in Cidco Urban Haat in Mumbai which promoted the best of crafts, food and culture. The Killa making Competition encouraged youngsters to participate. Sinhagad Marathon was organised with Indo Cyclist club of Pune which inspired the green movement to curb pollution. The Pune Municipal Corporation portrayed the rich tradition of the state by organizing Deep Mela at different locations in Pune.

Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra said, “We are delighted to showcase “Paryatan Parv” as a remarkable occasion for the visitors to discover India and know its hidden reserves. Maharashtra Tourism has organised a series of events for all to participate and be a part of this celebration across the state. The grand finale includes cultural programmes, art and craft exhibition, Maharashtrian multi-cuisine and other interesting activities, which has spread the message of “Tourism for All”.

 

Rawal said, “We are glad to be a part of the “Paryatan Parv” event. Under the guidance of The Prime Minister, we are promoting this initiative by addressing the citizen of our nation to perceive the beauty of our country’s diversity. The visitors can make efforts to learn and understand the culture and traditions of the state. We would like to thank all the stakeholders who have made this event a grand success.”

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