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An Appraisal to Village Tourism of Baranti. Purulia – an Upcoming Destination of Village Tourism Spot in Western Part of Bengal

Atin Kumar Ghosh
Guest Lecturer Department of Geography S.R.Fatepuria College Beldanga, Murshidabad,West Bengal
Abdus Sattar Shaikh
Department of Geography S.R.Fatepuria College Beldanga, Murshidabad,West Bengal
Online First: April 01, 2018
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Abstract

West Bengal, considered by many as the cultural centre of India. This state is known for its huge variety in physiography, nature and culture. This state has a high potentiality for the development of tourism. In this state we know about the places like Darjeeling, Dooars, Sundarban, Digha, Murshidabad,Gour. But many beautiful places of western part of Bengal is still unknown to maximum people. This paper presents a content analysis on the tourism potentiality of Baranti village of Purulia District which is situated in the western part of West Bengal.

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1. GOI: Report on development of backward hill areas. Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi.(1981)
2. Subhajit Bhattacharyya: A study on adventuretourism as an emergentsector in West Bengal.(2013)
3. Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal, MeenalGuglani and Dr. Raj Kumar Goel: Spiritual & Yoga Tourism- A case study on experience of Foreign Tourists visiting Rishikesh, India Conference on Tourism in India – Challenges Ahead, 15-17 May 2008, IIMK
4. Adventure Travel. European Report. October 2003. Mintel International Group. Cited in Niche Tourism; Edited By Marina Novelli; Elsevier, Butterworth, Heinemann; 2005)
5. Archer, B.H., & Fletcher, J.E. Tourism in developing countries: refining a useful tool for economic development (1990)
6. Awaritefe, O. D. ‘Destination environment quality and tourists’ spatial behavior in Nigeria: A case study of third world tropical Africa. The International Journal of Tourism Research, 5, 251-268. (2003).
7. Ecotourism Statistical Fact Sheet The International Ecotourism Society, (2000)
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