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Issue: V3N1

Paper Type: CONCEPT PAPER

Paper Title: A Study on Indian Tourist Spots Preferred by Todays Youth

Authors: Dr. Patel Sarjoo

Abstract:
Man has been fascinated by travel and tourism from the earliest historical period. He always has had the urge to discover the unknown, to explore new and strange places, to seek changes of environment and to undergo new experience. Travel to achieve these ends is not new, but the term ‘tourism’ is of a relatively modern origin. Tourism is distinguishable by its mass character from the travel undertaken in the past, (Ghosh, 1998).
India is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Asia. Bounded by the Himalayan ranges in the North, and surrounded on three tides by water. (The Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and the Indian Ocean), with a long history and diverse culture India offers a wide away of places to see and things to do. Tourism in India has flourished due to the scenic places that are enjoyed by people of all ages right from toddles to the old aged. There are many places in India which holds to its architecture and history a great number of secrets and stories that have inspired many people.