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Durga Puja travel plans? 16 states woo tourists at Kolkata fair

Kashmir to Tamil Nadu, private to govt, all kinds of fare on offer

By My Kolkata Web Desk, PTI | Published 11.09.21, 01:14 PM
1/6 More than 100 exhibitors & representatives from 16 states are taking part in the three-day Kolkata Travel and Tourism Fair 2021 that began on Friday at the Netaji Indoor Stadium.

More than 100 exhibitors & representatives from 16 states are taking part in the three-day Kolkata Travel and Tourism Fair 2021 that began on Friday at the Netaji Indoor Stadium.

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2/6 A travel representative hands over a tour brochure to a visitor at the fair.

A travel representative hands over a tour brochure to a visitor at the fair.

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3/6 Yoga at a stall at the fair.  With Durga Puja and Diwali approaching, a large number of private travel trade businesses have set up shop at the fair to attract tourists from West Bengal, known for their wanderlust.

Yoga at a stall at the fair. With Durga Puja and Diwali approaching, a large number of private travel trade businesses have set up shop at the fair to attract tourists from West Bengal, known for their wanderlust.

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4/6  Uttarakhand always holds a special place for mountain lovers and pilgrims alike. Vivek Chauhan, additional director, tourism, Uttarakhand, said the Char Dham Yatra is likely to restart by the end of this month. He added that there are more than 3,500 homestays in Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand always holds a special place for mountain lovers and pilgrims alike. Vivek Chauhan, additional director, tourism, Uttarakhand, said the Char Dham Yatra is likely to restart by the end of this month. He added that there are more than 3,500 homestays in Uttarakhand.

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5/6 A visitor takes a selfie at the fair.

A visitor takes a selfie at the fair.

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6/6 More selfies at the fair. Wasim Raja, special secretary, tourism, Jammu and Kashmir, said with restrictions on international travel, there are huge opportunities in domestic tourism.

More selfies at the fair. Wasim Raja, special secretary, tourism, Jammu and Kashmir, said with restrictions on international travel, there are huge opportunities in domestic tourism.

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