Incredible India, please read this, please take care

I would have written a 2000 word article on the poor management of tourism development board, but I know even that may not be of any use, because no one really cares.

However, I want to let know all those who read this that we should take some action to bring more revenues in our country in the form of international tourist destination.

Rule one TAJ MAHAL, India’s biggest tourist attraction should be managed with lot more care and love than what’s been done today.

Taj Mahal is not maintained well and no one really care either.

There is a Rs 300 entry fee for foreigners, and Rs 10-30 for Indians it does not matter if you are from Africa or Malaysia, china etc as you can tell you are from Assam, which leaves with the fact that all whites are foreigners and shall take a Rs 300 ticket to see Taj Mahal. Sorry this is not racial discrimination.

The Taj Mahal is the biggest attraction of large number of foreigners but its very poorly maintained, un hygienic, un productive, dirty, and Taj Mahal is not cleaned either. (Who has the time?)

If government wants to promote tourism in these sectors all the resorts, hotels and places of lodging in tourism areas like hill station and other tourist attractions should have a 50% cut in tax. Here we have a 15% additional luxury tax in addition to the normal tax that we pay.

The taxi fares should be regularized so that no one is on losses, both the taxi driver as well as tourists.

The local police need to be more active and should have police patrolling day and night and catch hold of all the suspicious activities.

Lets save India and bring more revenues to our country.

Dear Tourism Minister and people at incredible India are you listening.

Published by Hisham Kabir

Hisham is an MBA from MET, Mumbai and an alumnus of Symbiosis Institute Of Business Management, Pune, with a Management Deveoplemt Programme (MDP) on Sales Management from The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Kozhikode, have worked with public relations division of Uniliver in Mumbai handling brands like Surf, Rin & Sunlight detergents. Formerly Chief Operating Officer of Ideal Caterers (family business established in year 1984) a leading outdoor caterer in Kochi and having services in Trivandrum and Kottayam. Hisham is the first Entrepreneur to successfully incubate out from CIFT Business Incubation Cell (A Govt Of India Enterprise) Hisham have ventured into food processing sector by launching a ready to cook curry paste with brand name "Freedom Kitchen" using technology from DFRL (Defence Food Research Laboratory in Mysore) with a vision to change the way indian domestic kitchen would operate. All aspects of brand design & development for the brand "freedom kitchen" from concept, brand naming, colour selection,brand story, Barcode GS1 formalities, to copyright to vertical package designing and print development was independently handled by him. Hisham was key accounts executive at Kerala's leading advertising agency stark communications. An avid automobile enthusiast with a passion for advertising, have conducted an exhibition on the world’s most celebrated advertising campaign titled the History of Volkswagen Beetle ads, at the Durbar Halls Arts Gallery in Ernakulam and at MET Campus Mumbai. He is also a guest faculty at various management institutes in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. He talks on entrepreneurship, advertising strategies, and business management. He has given guest talk to management students at Rajagiri Institute Of Management, Amrita Business School, Coimbatore, MET Mumbai, TKM Institute of Management, to name a few.

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