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Tourism Ministry launches "Incredible India" 2014 promotional calendar

New Delhi, Jan.1: The Ministry of Tourism today launched the "Incredible India" 2014 promotional calendar.


The calendar containing 24 photographs on double sided paper was launched by Tourism Secretary Parvez Dewan here today.

Dewan said every state has been covered and suitable regions/ regional balance has been maintained.
Dewan said the calendar captures the rich variety and wide spectrum of destinations offered by India.

The calendar has also been launched digitally, wherein it can be seen on the www.incredibleindia.org website.

All the pages of the calendar have been made available through high resolution photographs on the website.

Dewan also highlighted the efforts of the ministry on revamping the Incredible India website.

He said that the print ready material would be made available on the website which would facilitate tourism professionals to bring out brochures and other publicity material.

This information would be provided in 10 languages - English, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, French, Korean Japanese, Portugese, Italian, German and Hindi.

Dewan also highlighted the fact that information about 15 sound and light shows have been provided through YouTube in Dolby sound which is the first of its kind in the entire world.

--ANI (Posted on 01-01-2014)

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