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Pictorial compilation + govt initiatives

Pictorial compilation + govt initiatives

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  • 1. Incredible !ndia
  • 2. The Brighter side includes India as a regionally distributed beauty in different fields like Wildlife Landscapes Music Dances Wonders Foods The darker side reveals a remote undeveloped India which has to show a quick progress with time Batch no. 63 Incredible !ndia
  • 3. Drass in western Ladakh is the coldest place in India. It is also the second coldestplace in the world after Siberia. Temperatures drop down to about -40 degreesCelsius in winters.Wettest Place in India is Cherrapunji. In fact, Cherrapunji is the wettest place onthe earth. The place receives an annual rainfall of over 1200 cmKanchenjunga is the highest mountain peak in India with an altitude of 8,586metres. It is engirdled by three territories: Sikkim in the south and east, Nepal in thewest, and Tibet in the north.
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  • 13. First ever Online campaign for Ministry of tourism duringthe period of March 2002 – April 2002.The campaign resulted in more than 13 million hits to thewebsite per month.Page views increased from 1,409 to 2,286,805 in less than2 months.Visits increased from 245 to 10,131 Batch no. 63 Incredible !ndia
  • 14. A Response mechanism was devised to create a dialoguewith the users contactus@tourismofindia.com was madepopular through online campaign and website.With success of first online campaign Subsequently manymore campaigns have been launched and website hasbeen revamped to www.incredibleindia.org. Batch no. 63 Incredible !ndia
  • 15. Posters inside the Berlin-Schönefeld International Airport’s arrival lounge
  • 16. The sand sculpture of the Taj Mahal by Sudarshan Patnaik at PortAuthority Bus Station.

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