Udaipur's Ambika Mata Temple showcased on Rajasthan Tourism Page in a video

Udaipur's Ambika Mata Temple showcased on Rajasthan Tourism Page in a video

The Central government's 'Incredible India' project

Rajasthan Tourism

At the onset of the tourism season, the State Tourism Department has initiated a campaign to promote the various attractions within the region. Collaborating closely with Rajasthan Tourism, the department aims to present the state's exquisite beauty to a global audience through the medium of videos. This initiative encompasses participation in the Central government's 'Incredible India' project, a nationwide effort to showcase the splendor of India's diverse destinations. 

During the auspicious occasion of Navratri, the Tourism Department unveiled a video that featured the Ambika Mata Temple, located in the city of Udaipur. This short video, spanning approximately 40 seconds, serves as a visual and informative treat for viewers. Not only does it offer a visual feast by capturing the temple's architectural magnificence and the scenic surroundings, but it also provides a detailed narration of the temple's historical and spiritual significance. 

Shikha Saxena, the Deputy Director of the Tourism Department in Udaipur, Rajasthan, has unveiled an exciting initiative. Videos showcasing various tourist destinations across Rajasthan, including Udaipur, Jodhpur, Pali, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Kota, Chittorgarh, and more, are now being uploaded to both the 'Incredible India' and 'Rajasthan Tourism' pages. These videos serve as a comprehensive guide, offering insights into the local cuisine, historical temples, cultural experiences, and more. Furthermore, these videos also highlight the vibrant fairs and festivals that Rajasthan is renowned for, including the ongoing Navratri festival. 

The initiative doesn't stop there. Videos featuring prominent temples, such as Ambika Mata Temple in Udaipur, Chamunda Mata Temple in Jodhpur, Karni Mata Temple in Bikaner, Shakambhari Mata Temple in Sambhar, Adhar Devi Temple in Mount Abu, Tripura Sundari Temple in Banswara, Kalika Mata Temple in Chittorgarh, and Shila Mata Temple in Jaipur, have been thoughtfully curated and shared with the public.

As part of its efforts to inform people about tourist destinations in Rajasthan, including Udaipur, the Tourism Department is taking the help of social media. Links associated with these tourism spots are being actively shared across various social media platforms, such as Instagram and others. When users click on these links, they are instantly redirected to the 'Incredible India' and 'Rajasthan Tourism' pages, where they can access videos and content showcasing these picturesque tourist destinations.

UT NOTE: Videos provide a dynamic and engaging way to showcase the rich cultural heritage, inspiring landscapes, and remarkable landmarks that define the state. The use of technology, along with collaboration with Rajasthan Tourism, ensures a broader reach and a more immersive experience for the tourists. This collaborative effort highlights the importance of using modern tools and platforms for marketing. The technology is poised to make Rajasthan an even more desirable destination for tourists from all corners of the world.

Source: Dainik Bhaskar


To join us on Facebook Click Here and Subscribe to UdaipurTimes Broadcast channels on   GoogleNews |  Telegram |  Signal