PATNA: Bihar tourism office would take part in the Environment Vacation Mart (WTM) to be held in London from November 6 to 8. A three-member crew headed by point out tourism minister Pramod Kumar would showcase the tourist attractions in Bihar on the topic of non secular tourism in the point out.
Apart from concentrating on Buddhist circuit, invites for closing ceremony of Prakashotsava — the 350th start anniversary of tenth Sikh Expert Gobind Singh — in December would be extended before a global viewers at the three-working day event.
WTM is just one of the most important gatherings for the global travel field, which would mark its thirty eighth anniversary this 12 months. Its enormity can be gauged from the actuality that additional than 51,000 travel industry experts from additional than one hundred eighty countries show up at it. Sources explained above five,000 exhibitors are anticipated to take part in this meet, which would deliver them an possibility to advertise their products and providers on a global business enterprise-to-business enterprise system.
“We would be promoting crucial tourist attractions in Bihar, mostly concentrating on non secular tourism in the point out. Apart from promoting environment heritage websites like the ruins of ancient Nalanda University and Mahabodhi Mahavihara, we will showcase several religious circuits in the point out, including Buddhist, Jain and Sikh circuits. We will also be using this system for inviting men and women from across the globe to the closing ceremony of Prakashotsava,” tourism director Ashok Kumar Singh told TOI on Saturday.
Ashok, together with tourism secretary Pankaj Kumar would accompany the minister to WTM. Sources explained replicas of a couple prominent tourist websites together with banners would be place up at the Bihar pavilion. Buddhist circuit in Bihar, spread above Bodh Gaya, Nalanda and Vaishali, would be the concentration of Bihar pavilion.
“WTM will be a very good system to sector the tourist websites of Bihar as we will be equipped to keep interaction with all stakeholders in tourism sector,” Singh explained.