Rajasthan tourism department is set to promote border tourism

 Saturday, July 30, 2022 


For a long time, Rajasthan’s desert tourism draws tourists worldwide. However, the extreme conditions of weather and complexities related to travel in those areas impact travellers to a huge extent. To endorse the sector in broad way, the Tourism Department of Rajasthan had presented a proposal to the state government to expand Jaisalmer’s Shri Tanot Complex. Promoting border tourism and infrastructure development in the region is the main intention that is working behind this. The stories of the heroes of the war and cultural heritage of Jaisalmer’s havelis and forts make inquisitiveness among visitors. The recent efforts, according to the new development, will provide more protected and opportune way in to arrive at and discover the location.

The plan will assist common people to comprehend people’s hard life and security persons residing in the areas close to the border. The increased tourist movement will assist the villagers to make a sustainable income. Tanot Village will get added power with amphitheatre, interpretation centre, eco-friendly zone, cafeteria, efficient surveillance system, solar empowered street lighting and other facilities. BSF will take the responsibility in terms of appropriate maintenance, implementation of exhibitions for the tourists.

Jaisalmer’s two well-known attractions located quite near to the border area have by now attracted dozens of visitors on an everyday basis:

• Tanot Mata Temple
• Longewala- A demonstration of bravery of the Indian Armed Forces

Recent activities related to tourism, as per the reports, will include Weapon Display, Inspiring Documentary films display and photo galley exhibition.

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