Tourism Minister Chiranjeevi launches Incredible India-2013 Calendar
New Delhi, Jan 1 : Union Tourism Minister K. Chiranjeevi on Tuesday launched the Ministry of Tourism's Incredible India-2013 Calendar online.
The calendar is based on the theme "Find What You Seek" as part of Phase II of the Incredible India campaign, which was launched during World Travel Mart (WTM), London 2012.
India, today is a well established destination which offers something to every traveler. Every traveler can find in India what he/she is seeking in life. May it be heritage sites, forts, monuments, mountains, beaches, lakes, backwaters, wildlife, adventure, natural bio-diversity hot spots, sports, spirituality, wellness, shopping, cuisine or MICE tourism.
The calendar captures varied Indian tourism products and covers a wide spectrum of Indian destinations. The calendar understates that the India is for all reasons, for all seasons and for all.
The calendar can be viewed as per website www. incredibleindia. org.
The January month shows skiing in Gulmarg, the February depicts Bengal Tiger in BandhavgaRh, the month of March captures Scuba Diving in warm waters of Andaman to see corals, the month of April brings to the fore a Double Decker root foot bridge in Cherrapunji, the month of May highlights Charminar of Hyderabad, the month of June takes the traveler to Buddhist Monks in Himalayas, the month of July has gorgeous Sun Temple of Konark, the month of August carries Icon of India Taj Mahal, the month of September takes the viewer to Mysore Palace in Karnataka, the month of October showcases the Formula One race, the month of November carries the picture of beautiful Munnar of Kerala and the Calendar ends with Desert of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. (ANI)
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