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PROJECT PROPOSAL

PROFORMA
Candidate Information:- Date-30.04.2109
Name- SHUBHAM KUMAR Course Code- PTS 4

Programme Code- BTS Regional center- NOIDA 39


Enrollment no:-
1 6 8 3 8 6 3 5 0

Address- A – 96, Beta – 1, Greater Noida, G.B Nagar, Uttar Pradesh


- 201308

Mobile no.- +91 7011720558

STUDY CENTRE-

Name- Government P.G College Noida


Code - 2739

TITLE- Indian Culture: Perspective for Tourism in Uttar Pradesh


INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY

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(by the supervisor)

I hereby certify that the proposal for the project entitled


Indian culture : perspective for tourism has been
prepared after due consultation with me. The proposal has

my approval and has, to my knowledge, the potential into a


comprehensive Project Work. I also agree to supervise the
above mentioned Project till its completion.

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INTRODUCTION
Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand ( formerly one state but now separated ) make

the heartland of Indian culture and tradition. Why ? Because they are the lands

where Hinduism flourished . The rivers Ganges and Yamuna are the two most

important rivers of India from historical and cultural perspective as well as

economical perspective. The ancient Indian civilizations developed in this region

and it is continuously inhabited since 3000 BC with Iron Age cities rubbing

shoulders with the modern world. These are the most visited states of India

attracting 182 million tourists every year.

 Since ancient times the region has played a leading role in shaping Indian
culture and ethos.

 The cuisine , the attire , the language , the culture and the religion on this
region is not only identifiable with the culture of India as a whole but also in

the form of Buddhism has had a profound impact on the world.

 The Golden age of Indian history - The Gupta Age flourished here.
 The region is the most important region in the context of Hinduism and

Buddhism. Sarnath - the place where Buddha first gave his knowledge to his

first disciples and Badrinath - the most important shrine of Hinduism are

located here. India's oldest continuously inhabited city - Varanasi is located


here as well , including Agra the seat of power Mughal Empire famous for

India's most famous monument Taj Mahal

 Visit to India is incomplete if you don't visit Uttar Pradesh - the most

traditional and the most historical of Indian states.

Uttar Pradesh (The Northern Province) is India's largest province of India with

about 200 million people. It is equal to the country Brazil in population.

 Capital - Lucknow (U.P.)


 Largest city - Kanpur ( 4.5 million )
 Other Major cities : Agra , Varanasi , Roorkee , Moradabad , Allahabad ,
Bareily , Nainital , Gorakhpur , Jhansi , Kannauj , Mathura , Fatehpur Sikri ,

Noida , Gazhiabad , Rampur , Ayodhya , Faizabad , Basti , Meerut.

 Languages : Hindi , Urdu , Kumaoni , Gharwali , English , Bhojpuri


 Religions : Hinduism , Islam , Sikhism , Buddhism , Christianity

The culture of Uttar Pradesh swears by its rich historical past. It is believed to

be the land of the Nawabs, of Rama and Buddha, of Taj Mahal. It boasts of a

mélange of vivid culture and architectural finesse. It is synonymous with

vibrant hues, delectable cuisine, timeless traditions, monumental heritage and

astounding music. Uttar Pradesh is like a canvas painted in different colors.

From the ancient ruins of Sarnath and Ayodhya, the holy waters of Allahabad,
the architecture of Agra and Lucknow, the commercial hub of Kanpur and

Moradabad, the royal Nawabs of Lucknow and the fantastic realms of Varanasi;

Uttar Pradesh is the heart of incredible India.

The culture of Uttar Pradesh is painted in the form of folk dances, conventional

cuisines, long imparted values and traditions. It draws a large number of

tourists worldwide because of the historic cities, rustic ancient forts, bustling

markets and vibrant culture. Other than the folk music, dance, art and craft,

people of Uttar Pradesh are known to adhere to their rich cultural heritage and

traditional norms. They also take pride to be the first to introduce the two great

epics- Ramayan and Mahabharat to the world. The state also has a plethora of

fairs and festivals that adds to the charm and charisma of the state.

Other than the national festivals like Holi, Diwali and Makar Sankranti- a few

other cities have a few other festivals celebrated with a whole lot of zeal and

fervor. Bharat Milap or Chhath Pooja is supposed to be a big affair in Varanasi

and it attracts tourists from all over the country. This festival is dedicated to the

worship of the Sun, God of Energy and is believed to cure incurable diseases

like leprosy etc.


OBJECTIVES OF STUDY

The following are the objectives of the project—

1.Awareness-To understand and to acquire knowledge of the state of India with

exotic and extra ordinary tourism potential growth.

2. Knowledge –To acquire knowledge about the tourist destination reside in Uttar

Pradesh .

3. Skills and capacity buildings-To understand and develop skill regarding remote

area tourist attraction.

4.Attitudes- To understand and acquire a set of values towards the small tourist and

foreign tourist destination local people.

5. Interaction -Helps us to interact destination properly with the local view.


RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Research is an essential part of research, “research is the systematic study of

materials and sources etc. in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions”

The process by which a research is written or carried out is very important because

it has a huge impact on the conclusions reached at the end of the research. There

are two major research: - Primary source and Secondary sources.

SOURCES OF DATA

PRIMARY DATA

1. Interacted with the villagers of rural sites, local guides, tribal development
authorities, Tour guide, Historians etc.
2. Discussed with staff of “Department of tourism development”
3. Interacted with the District development -Authorities which play an
important in nourishment of tourism entire the state.

SECONDARY DATA

1. Books

2. Journals

3. Magazines

4. News paper articles

5. Internet
CHAPTERIZATION

1. Arts

2. Architecture

3. Museum

4. Craft & Craftman

5. Culture & Tradition


REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAHY
1.Govt. of Uttar Pradesh Vision & Action Plan 2021, Department of Planning cum

Finance, Comprehensive Document. 2018; 1: 17-19.

2.Census of India, District Census Handbook Latehar ,Directorate of Census

Operations Uttar Pradesh. 2011; 21 (Xii-B): 76.

3.Department for International Development

(DFID),DFID Sustainable LivelihoodsGuidance Sheets,October 2001, London

9.Govt. of Uttar Pradesh0, Uttar Pradesh State Livelihood Promotion Society”

, Social Assessment, Social Management & Tribal Development Framework. 2017.

HISTORY

www.tripoto.com

www.netarhatvidyalaya.com

www.telegraphindia.com

www.dailypioneer.com
GEOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE

www.epw.in

www.narendrabhagat.in

www.letstravelpals.wordpress.com

www.barwadih.in

FLORA AND FAUNA

https://www.healthysupplies.co.uk/himalayan-pine-nuts-150g.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinus_wallichiana

PLACES OF INTEREST

www.academia.edu

www.holidayiq.com

www.en.climate-data.org

TRANSPORT

www.tripoto.com

www.tripadvisor.com

www.maps of india.com
TOURISM POTENTIAL

www.outlookindia.com

www.momentumjharkhand.com

www.iesd.org.in