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Cultural and religious tourism in North East India : selected papers / edited by Baijayanta Keot.

Contributor(s): Keot, Baijayanta [editor].
Language: eng.Publisher: Guwahati : EBH Publishers, 2020Description: x, 142 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9789388881449.Subject(s): Heritage tourism. -- India -- North-eastern | Pilgrims and pilgrimages. -- India -- North-eastern | North-East India -- Tourism | Northeastern IndiaDDC classification: 338.479109541 Summary: Cultural and religious tourism in North East India is a collection of selected research papers/essays based on cultural and religious tourism in NE India. The contributors are deeply associated/ related with the domain of the themes of their respective papers. Tourism industry in North East India is expected to receive a positive addendum with the availability of this book. We hope that the chapters of the book would benefit the students of Tourism management in colleges and universities of North East India. Native scholar's vision may unlock some hidden and untold stories related to particular place of tourists' interest. We are optimistic that both transitive and intransitive heritage of the indigenous people, their ethics and emotion would be justified once again. It is a moderate approach and leaves much space to rethink.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cultural and religious tourism in North East India is a collection of selected research papers/essays based on cultural and religious tourism in NE India. The contributors are deeply associated/ related with the domain of the themes of their respective papers. Tourism industry in North East India is expected to receive a positive addendum with the availability of this book. We hope that the chapters of the book would benefit the students of Tourism management in colleges and universities of North East India. Native scholar's vision may unlock some hidden and untold stories related to particular place of tourists' interest. We are optimistic that both transitive and intransitive heritage of the indigenous people, their ethics and emotion would be justified once again. It is a moderate approach and leaves much space to rethink.

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