Sun, 22 – Tue, 24 April

Great Indian Travel Bazaar 2018

The 10th edition of The Great Indian Travel Bazaar (GITB) ended with an overwhelming response from the Foreign Tour Operators at Jaipur, Rajasthan. The 'buyers' and 'sellers' from International and Indian market had the opportunity to meet almost 11,000 meetings. Department of Tourism, Government of Rajasthan, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) organised the two-day GITB. The event is supported by leading national and regional associations like Hotel & Restaurant Association of Rajasthan (HRAR), Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA) and Rajasthan Association of Tour Operators (RATO).

Over 280 foreign buyers from 55 countries had intensive one-on-one meetings with 270 Indian sellers over a period of two days. A whopping 10,963 pre-scheduled B2B meetings were held this year. Other than this, as many as 9 participating States and Rajasthan also displayed their tourism prowess through interactions as well as their promotional literature and visual films.

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Executive Director, HRH Group of Hotels joined the HRH team to participate in the Great Indian Travel Bazaar 2018.

Setup of HRH Group of Hotels at the GITB

HRH staff in interaction with the International buyers

Members of HRH Team at the Great Indian Travel Bazaar 2018

Sun, 29 April

Supporting the "Widow Care Project" at Udaipur, Rajasthan, a project running since 2012 under the aegis of Swami Vivekanand Seva Nyas, Udaipur.

Swami Vivekanand Seva Nyas (SVSN), Udaipur is a voluntary organization with a difference. This welfare trust is inspired by the teachings of Swami Vivekanand: "Daridra Devo Bhava" (to serve the poor is to serve God). Since 2004, SVSN has aimed to serve the underprivileged by economic empowerment of the rural population through innovative training in agriculture and animal husbandry; infrastructure improvement of schools; healthcare delivery and awareness training and social awareness against orthodox practices such as child marriage, dowry, etc. While in urban areas SVSN supports financial and health care for needy widows. SVSN has undertaken an endeavor to improve the quality of life of destitute widow residing in Udaipur and neighboring areas of Udaipur with an objective to provide free monthly medical check-up by doctors, distribution of medicines for the whole month and if necessary refer them to other specialties

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