NEW DELHI: With the aim of strengthening the tourism sector in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that India had been working towards promoting a unique aspect of this zone called lighthouse tourism.
To that end, the Prime Minister said a total of 71 lighthouses have been identified to increase lighthouse tourism.
On the 75th episode of the monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat”, the Prime Minister addressed the country and said that the museum, the amphi-theater, the open-air theater, the cafeteria, the children’s park, eco-friendly cottages and the landscaping are in All these lighting conditions are prepared houses according to their capacity.
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“We talked about various other tourist spots in the Mann Ki Baat program, but lighthouses are unique in terms of tourism. These lighthouses have always been the center of attraction because of their structure.
“This is a unique aspect of tourism that is highlighted. India is working to strengthen the tourism facilities in some of our lighthouses,” said the Prime Minister.