10 Crore Rs. Amarja tourism area development at cost: Prabhulinga Talakeri RS News

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Kalaburagi, September 27: The Deputy Director of Tourism Department Prabhulinga S. said that the area is being developed as a tourist destination by constructing a KRS-type industrial complex at a cost of 10 crores in the Amarja area of ​​Koralli in Alanda taluk. Talakeri said.

Tuesday of Alanda Taluk
He presided over the World Tourism Day program held at Kalaburagi district administration, tourism and forest department compound at Thimmakka Vrikshodhyana of Salu tree in Koralli village.

As the administrative approval has already been obtained for the construction of the park, the tender is in process. He said that there are failed opportunities for the youth in tourism, and by making good use of this, Kalyan should advance the development of tourism in Karnataka.

Tourism is an employment generating sector

Head of the Department of History, Karnataka Central University Navinakumar said that tourism is growing at a rapid pace globally and has emerged as a sector that creates the most employment opportunities. Tourism is growing worldwide. The role of youth in the development of tourism is great and he called upon the young men and women to find a career in this field.

Tourism gives a boost to the country’s economy. Tourists should be attracted by giving more publicity about local historical and tourist places. He said that social networks should be used adequately for this.

Kalaburagi Forest Circle Conservator Venkatesana Sundaramoorthy who inaugurated the program by ringing bells said that this area has no shortage of tourism like Madikeri and Mysore. Due to lack of awareness, the tourist spots here have not come to light. He said that work should be done to bring these to light.

Ravi Kumar, Lecturer, Department of History, Alanda Government First Class College, gave an introductory speech and explained the significance of World Tourism Day.

Cultural Excitement:

In the cultural program organized as part of the tourism day, Lambani dance by Lalitabai and her team from Tirtha village of the taluk, Geegi pada by Malakappa Shourey and her team from Kumasivadi village and Dollu Kunita dance by Shantakumar Vagge and her team gave cultural merriment.

Issue of Certificate to Students:

As a part of the Tourism Day, the winners of the various competitions organized by the students of Alanda Government First Class College were given certificates and souvenirs. Honorarium was also distributed to the district tour guides on the same occasion.

A walk to nature

Aland First Class College and Sharanbasaveshwar University under the theme “Our Walk Towards Nature” as part of the current Tourism Day celebration under the slogan Tourism Review.
Students, officers of Tourism Department observed the environment around Amarja, arboriculture on foot.

RFO Jagannath Koralli, Professor Ravindra Kantekore, PSI Thirumalesh Sandipa Rathoda,
Koralli Gram Panchayat P.D.O Ramdas, Tourism Department A.E. Yogesh A., Tourist Officer Sumitradevi Naik, Rahula Deshpande, Anand Gaikwad, Sanjiva Deshmukh, Rahula Rathoda, First Class College and Sharanbasaveshwar University staff, tour guides, tour friends, students and public were present in large numbers.

Sanjeevakumar Tiger, Tourism Officer of the Tourism Department, welcomed Tiger, while Lingamoorthy gave the felicitation. Narrated by Sandeep Singh Thakur, Tourism Consultant.


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