Today i.e. 25th January is National Tourism Day. Where tomorrow our country is going to celebrate Republic Day. The same day is also very special. Today is Indian Tourism Day, another glorious day in India's history. Unity in diversity is the speciality of our country. For many variations, our country has been overshadowed by its beautiful tourist destinations and has taken a special place all over the world. Tourism has also had a very positive impact on India's economic system. People from all over the world come here every year to see India's sights and this has also greatly enhanced our economic standards.
For your information, these delightful places depicting Indian culture and civilization have been and will always be a centre of attraction not only for foreign guests but also for all Indians. According to statistics, about 7.7 per cent of people from India's tourism industry are earning their livelihood. About 7.5 million foreigners visit India every year. It is a product of India's glorious history that the flame of attraction can never diminish. The continuous progress in the field of tourism has led to economic recovery and employment growth.
If you don't know, tell you that there are many tourist places in India, but some of them are mainly known. Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Pushkar, Amer Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Udaipur City Palace, Jaisalmer's Sonar Fort, Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort, Amritsar's Golden Temple, Jaipur's Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, India Gate, Mysore Palace, Golconda Fort and many other tourist places whose history has created such an attraction among all sections of people that tourists consider their journey incomplete without seeing these places.