The development of tourism enhances wages, salaries, rent, interest and profits. Its seasonal character causes seasonal unemployment in winters and shortage of workers during the peak summer season. In fact, tourism diverts scare capital away from industries and agriculture.
It is a difficult task to assess the impact of tourism on the economy of the concerned society. The tourists expect high standards, the provision of which may upset domestic priorities, creating jealousy and discontent.
Taxes on hotel bills, clubs, wine-shops, and entry tickets to parks and museums, etc. Tourists visiting such unexplored attractive spots can give fillip to the economic condition of the residents by promoting local art like Handicrafts, Handlooms, Cricket bat industry and Ayurveda.
This temple is located in the centre or we can say in the heart of Jammu.
In recent years tourism has been considered as a great transformer of economic change. Tourism is a rich source of earning foreign exchange. This place has a highland golf course. Supply side changes are due the growth of new areas like Adventure tourism, Science tourism, Spiritual tourism and Medical tourism.
Ultimately, more labour force is generated which leads to unemployment and discontent among the masses. Tourism is often viewed as a new wave of economic opportunity and is largely responsible for the transfer of wealth from one nation to another and redistribution of income, leading to the gross increase in income in the host community of tourism region.
Such new unexploited attractive destinations need to be explored more and more. Most of the tourist destinations with lot of tourist potential are occupied by Indian armed forces thus incurring a heavy loss on govt.
Fundamentals and Problems, New Delhi, Stertling publishers, We do not have enough space in hotels and resorts to handle the tourist rush in peak seasons, transport facilities are meagre and sanitary conditions are pathetic. For example, in the period between to the price of land along the boulevard Srinagar has gone up by about times.
Nestling on top of the Trikuta Hills at a height of m is the sacred cave shrine of Vaishno Devi, the mother goddess. This process strengthens the economy of the state.
In the opinion of Smith, each time a tourist makes an expenditure, a ripple of additional spending is sent through the economy which is known as the multiplier effect. The other surrounding temples are related to other gods from the Ramayana.
Private hire jeeps are also available. There is a need to open more such institutions which will provide proper training to the local people engaged in tourism related activities like guides, tour operators and chefs etc so that they may be better equipped in handling tourist inflow.
Amarnath temple - pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees of Shiva. Moreover the factors which increase its scope from demand side include, change in the standard of living, rise in disposable income, late marriages, long leisure time and better education. Some of them are listed below. Consequently, the outsiders enjoy life and the local people suffer.
In Kashmir Valley[ edit ] Skiing is popular in Gulmarg, showing cable car in a snow clad mountain. By train[ edit ] Banihal Railway station. This valley also shows more amazing facet in Kashmir. Tourism and Regional Development Tourism acts as a catalyst in the development of backward and far flung regions of a particular area.
At the end of the cave are shrines dedicated to the three forms of the mother goddess — Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasarasvati, which is manifested as Vaishno Devi.
Wealthy tourists having a superior purchasing power result into price rise which may be beyond the affordable limits of most of the local population.
J, estimating the local economic magnitude of tourism, tourism analysis: In addition to employment in the tertiary sector, tourism encourages the development of handicrafts and household industries.
The state of Jammu and Kashmir, especially the Valley of Kashmir has always enjoyed a universal fame for the exquisite quality and novelty of its arts and crafts. Tourism has, thus, opened a new vista for the regional development in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The route crosses major earthquake zones, and is subjected to extreme temperatures of cold and heat, as well as inhospitable terrain, making it an extremely challenging engineering project.The research paper published by IJSER journal is about Impact of Tourism Industry on Economic Development of Jammu and Kashmir, published in IJSER Volume 5, Issue 6, June Edition.
The tourism tag has placed always the state of Jammu and Kashmir in the limelight at national level as well as the international level.
Objectives of the study: The focus of the study is on the following objectives: To overview the economy of Jammu and Kashmir.
To identify the problems and suggest suitable measure to overcome the problems. PDF | On Apr 28,Audil Khaki and others published Economic impact of Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir. SRINAGAR: The violence in Jammu and Kashmir has hit tourism, one of the most important sector for the state economy.
Tourist arrivals have gone down from 12, to per day and hotel occupancy is around 3 per cent. The Valley is now a stopover destination for tourists who visit Ladakh and reach. TOURISM INDUSTRY AND PILGRIMAGE TOURISM IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES To assess the impact and challenges of pilgrimage tourism in Jammu and Kashmir 3.
To assess the impact of tourism Industry on Jammu and Kashmir’s economy and environment. ADVERTISEMENTS: Economic Consequences of Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir! Tourism is often viewed as a new wave of economic opportunity and is largely responsible for the transfer of wealth from one nation to another and redistribution of income, leading to the gross increase in income in the host community of tourism region.Download