World Tourism Day 2022, Theme, Know Chhattisgarh tourist place, History

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World Tourism Day 2022: World Tourism Day is celebrated every year on 27 September. Celebration of this day was started in 1980 and first World Tourism Day was celebrated in the same year. The main goal of celebrating this day is to raise public awareness of the positive effects of tourism. This year the theme of World Tourism Day in 2022 is ‘Rethinking Tourism’. The theme aims to quickly ease the post-pandemic changes in order to revitalise the industry.

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Chhattisgarh Travel Site

Here, Bhoramdev—also known as the Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh—is a popular tourist destination. This temple is positioned in the Kabirdham District, about 135 kilometres from Raipur, and is encircled by the Maikal mountain range. This temple is thought to be around a thousand years old, and it was allegedly built similarly to the Khajuraho and Konark temples.

Madwa Mahal is a temple that has fallen into disrepair. This Shiva shrine is close to the Bhoramdev shrine. You can see a mandapa and sanctum sanctorum in this temple. The walls of the temple are mostly covered with paintings of Coitus idols. Additionally, the Chherki palace is situated in the Bhoramdev of Kawardha temple complex. The local Nagvanshi king constructed this temple in the fourteenth century. A Shivling made of stone by Krishna and an image of Ganesha are installed in the centre of the sanctum sanctorum.

Apart from this, there are many tourist places in Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh government is constantly trying to promote tourism in the state. Major tourist places of Chhattisgarh – Kanger Valley, Barnawapara Sanctuary, Kutumsar Cave, Dongargarh, Jungle Safari etc.

World Tourism Day 2022 Hosting Country

Indonesia is the host country of World Tourism Day 2022. Indonesia is a country which is known for its excellent hospitality. Tourism is considered a major source of income here. After the first, the purpose of celebrating Tourism Day was to focus on promoting tourism, but in 1997 the UNWTO decided that each year World Tourism Day would have a different host country.

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