Magazine of Hospitality, Aviation, Travel & Tourism†
[ Founder: Late Mr. L.K.Bakhshi ]Vol.17-Issue-04Registration No.RNI-69312/98
Initiatives of Delhi Tourism
World Heritage Celebrated
A walk through Delhi's history
Delhi Tourism in association with Delhi Heritage Management Secretariat commemorated the World Heritage Day (April 18, 2015) at Purana Qila in the august presence of Sh. Jitender Singh Tomar, Hon'ble Minister of Tourism, Law & Justice, and Art & Culture, Govt. of Delhi, who flagged off a heritage walk at the venue. Smt. Alka Lamba, Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Tourism; Sh. KK Sharma, Chief Secretary Delhi; Sh. SS Yadav, Secretary, Tourism and Sh. Ramesh Tiwari, MD & CEO, Delhi Tourism were also
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Australia, Ms. Julie Bishop meeting the Minister of State for Culture (Independent Charge), Tourism (Independent Charge) and Civil Aviation, Dr. Mahesh Sharma, in New Delhi on April 13, 2015. The National Museum, which has one of the largest collections of miniature paintings in the country, is all set to lend a part of its collection to The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) next month. .
The Minister of State for Culture (Independent Charge), Tourism (Independent Charge) and Civil Aviation, Dr. Mahesh Sharma holding a meeting of senior officers of Ministry of Tourism and Culture on the topic of ‘Bharat Parva’, in New Delhi on April 13, 2015. The Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Dr. Lalit K. Panwar is also seen..
Around 300 chefs from hotels and restaurants across North India participated in the Culinary Art India 2015 event of Indian Culinary Forum (ICF) organised in partnership with India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) between March 10 and 14, 2015. The five-day event recognized excellence in the culinary art in India. Renowned Chefs from across India and abroad participated in the event .Read more
Baisakhi Mela at Garden of Five Senses marked the celebration of Baisakhi festivity. Delhi Tourism celebrates specially designed festivals to give an expression to the multi-cultural identity of Delhi. This time again, the Baisakhi Mela marked a grand celebration at Delhi Tourism's Garden of Five Senses. Food stalls and cultural performances lured the visitors........... Read more