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World Tourism Day 2021: India’s most beautiful villages, even foreign countries have faded ahead of them

World Tourism Day is on 27 September. The UNWTO first observed World Tourism Day as an international celebration on 27 September 1980. World Tourism Day aims to raise awareness on the importance of tourism in influencing the social, cultural, political and economic values ​​of the international community. On this occasion, we are telling you about the most beautiful village of India, in front of which you will also find foreign countries faded.

Kumbalangi, Kerala

Kumbalangi, a small and beautiful village located in Kochi, Kerala, is India’s first model tourism village. Here you will see how a fishing village has turned into eco tourism. Here tourists enjoy fishing, boating, crab farming and self-cooking along with nature.

Malana, Himachal Pradesh

Anyone who is fond of visiting a tourist destination must visit Malana village in Himachal Pradesh once. The residents here are believed to be the descendants of Alexander the Great, which makes the tales associated here more interesting. Quiet environment, natural beauty and away from the hustle and bustle of big cities, this village can give you the most memorable moments of life. The wonderful trekking of Kheerganga is also very close to this place.

Kausani, Uttarakhand

Kausani village, situated in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, about 400 km from Delhi, is situated between the Kosi and Gomti rivers in Bageshwar district. Situated at an altitude of about 6,075 feet above sea level, this village is a very precious specimen of nature. Nestled between dense forests and mountains, this village is very famous among tourists. You will also get great memories by coming here.

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Amadubi, Jharkhand

Jharkhand government has declared Amadubi village as tourism village. The village is home to talented tribal artists who are famous for their traditional pitkar scroll paintings. It is home to about 54 painter families, who specialize in depicting epics, folktales and scenes from village life on scrolls made of leaves and bark of trees.

Weavers, Hyderabad

Ponchapalli is close to Hyderabad. This village, developed as a tourist village, is famous for silk weaving. It is also known as Silk City. The silk sarees here are quite famous. Tourists see the silkworm rearing and silk making process as well as the local temples, paddy cultivation and mountains etc.

Kasaul, Himachal Pradesh

Kasaul is also a very beautiful village in Himachal Pradesh, where there is a gathering of tourists throughout the year. This place is great for those who are fond of long trekking. Famous for hippie culture, this place is no less than a paradise for bagpackers. Most of the tourists come here from March to May.

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