Sustainable Development of Cultural-Heritage Tourism Planning with Issues and Challenges

Authors

  • Dr. S.K. Bhargava Associate Professor, Department of Tourism, IITTM, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54741/ssjar.2.3.1

Keywords:

tourism development, cultural heritage, challenges, impediments, heritage tourist business

Abstract

In recent years, heritage tourism in India has grown exponentially, serving as both a major draw for tourists from abroad and an important marketing tool for drawing in more affluent tourists who have a particular fondness for the country's rich cultural history and art. International tourists, NRIs, and residents of other countries are all interested in heritage tourism as an alternate mode of travel. Indian ethnic diversity has resulted in a diverse range of local knowledge disciplines, from architecture to handicrafts to traditional dress to music and dance, all of which reflect the country's rich cultural past. In India, tourist managers, stakeholders, governments, cultural heritage managers, and the people who live there often disagree. To maximize the value of the cultural heritage tourist business in India and to maintain, conserve, and preserve its resources and assets, a system of management must be developed that takes into account all concerns and impediments. This study focuses on heritage and tourism in India and is the focus of this study, which aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the current state, concerns, and challenges facing the industry.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

References

C.L. Costin. (1991). Legal and policy issues in the protection of cultural heritage in south Asia and the pacific. In: Margaret G.H. Mac Lean (Editor), Cultural Heritage in Asia and the Pacific: Conservation and Policy. Proceedings of a symposium held in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

Gurran, N., & Phibbs, P. (2017). When tourists move in: How should urban planners respond to Airbnb?. J. Am. Plan. Assoc., 83, 80–92.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0160738395000623.

Tress, B., G. Tress, H. Decamps, A.M. d'Hauteserre. (2001). Bridging human and natural sciences in landscape research. Landscape and Urban Planning, 137-141.

G. Richards. (2006). Production and consumption of European Cultural Tourism. Annals of Tourism Research Tillburg University Press.

http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_cat=article-detailsandpage=article-detailsandcode_title=35614.

B. Chourasia, & A. Chourasia. (2012). Prospects of heritage tourism management in Bokaro of Jharkhand. VSRD Int. J. of Bus. and Manage. Research, 2(10).

http://www.preservationnation.org/information-center/economics-of-revitalization/heritagetourism/.

P.V. Joshi. (2014). Planning cultural-heritage tourism for sustainable development. Golden Research Thoughts, 1(XI).

Randelli, F., & Martellozzo, F. (2019). Is rural tourism-induced built-up growth a threat for the sustainability of ruralareas? The case study of Tuscany. Land Use Policy, 86, 387–398.

Downloads

Published

31-05-2022

How to Cite

Dr. S.K. Bhargava. (2022). Sustainable Development of Cultural-Heritage Tourism Planning with Issues and Challenges. Social Science Journal for Advanced Research, 2(3), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.54741/ssjar.2.3.1

Issue

Section

Articles