Rajasthan considering launching full moon tourism

 Saturday, October 15, 2022 


If everything goes as scheduled, new groundbreaking understandings will be launched for improving travel experiences of visitors. The Rajasthan government is considering launching full moon tourism, where visitors will be taken to far-flung areas, where they can relish the sight of clear skies.

The tourists will be provided with a chance to observe the astral skies that people cannot see in their everyday lives. Regarding the same, the Rajasthan state government’s Department of Science & Technology (DST) has written a letter to the Department of Tourism.

Rajasthan has also launched astro-sky tourism, becoming the first state in India to do so. As part of the supposed initiative, the Rajasthan state government has been organizing camps in all 33 districts of Rajasthan.

Mentioning this, the DST’s outgoing secretary said that they have already received sanction to buy 38 telescopes as part of astro sky tourism. He added that 33 telescopes will be placed in all districts of Rajasthan. Four will be placed in Jaipur at the Jantar-Mantar, Amber Fort, University of Maharaja and Jawahar Kala Kendra, which will turn into sites to observe astronomical occasions this year.

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