Bhitarkanika Mahotsav - Ayurveda Wellness Tourism - Vikramshila Mahotsav, | Travel Update 2023

 February 24th, 2023

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Bhitarkanika Mahotsav - Ayurveda Wellness Tourism - Vikramshila Mahotsav, | Travel Update 2023

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1. Bhitarkanika National Park Is All Set for Bhitarkanika Mahotsav This Year 
Yes, you heard it right! Bhitarkanika National Park is hosting the Bhitarkanika Festival for the very first time. This park is one of the most important Ramsar Sites in India. This festival will take place for 3 days starting from 10th March until 12th March. The venue for the Bhitarkanika Mahotsav will be Nalitapatia Village on the fringes of the park.  

2. Uttrakhand Introduces New Set of Instructions For Char Dham Yatra
Do you know that Uttarakhand has recently introduced the new set of instructions that is to be followed by each and every tourist during the Char Dham Yatra? The Chief Secretary SS Sandhu stated that there will be a mandatory registration process for all the pilgrims and no one will be permitted to continue their journey if they have not gone through the process.

3. Do you Know That Ayurveda Is the Leading Attraction for Medical Tourism?
As per the reports, Ayurveda has established itself as a powerful draw for medical tourism. There has been a significant shift in the aim of travel, and wellness tourism is growing more popular these days. India, the birthplace of Ayurveda, is experiencing a significant increase in popularity as a medical tourism destination.

4. Get Ready For The Phenomenal Vikramshila Mahotsav at Bhagalpur 
 The district administration is all set to organise the Vikramshila Mahotsav after a 2-year hiatus. Vikramshila Mahavira , one of the most prominent buddhist learning centres in the subdivision of Bhagalpur district, will be the venue for the Mahotsav. This grand event will be held on 17th and 18th of March this year. 

5. Lucknow’s Nawabi-Era Buildings Will Soon Be Converted Into Heritage Hotels 
As per the reports, there are around 5 palatial buildings in Lucknow that belong to Nawabi-era which will soon be turned into Heritage hotels. These are Kothi Farhat Baksh, Kothi Gulistan-e-Iram, Kothi Darshan Vilas, Roshan-ud-Daula Kothi, and Chattar Manzil. This initiative is being implemented to increase tourism in the state and mirrors Rajasthan's decision, where 200 ancient structures were wonderfully modified into hotels.


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