‘will herald new age of tourism,’ says PM Modi as he launches Tent City in Varanasi and kicks off Ganga Vilas.

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‘will herald new age of tourism,’ says PM Modi as he launches Tent City in Varanasi and kicks off Ganga Vilas.

The world’s longest river cruise, the MV Ganga Vilas, was kicked off on Friday by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He also used video conference to officially open Varanasi’s Tent City. The prime minister also lay the cornerstones for a number of additional inland waterways projects totaling more than 1000 crores at the ceremony. Sarbananda Sonowal, the minister for ports, shipping, and waterways, Yogi Adityanath, the chief ministers of Uttar Pradesh, Assam, and Bihar, as well as other ministers and senior officials from various ministries and departments, attended the event.

Speaking at the ceremony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that the start of the Ganga River’s longest river cruise service is a historic moment and that it will usher in a new era of Indian tourism.

PM flags off Ganga Vilas, inaugurates Tent City: will herald new age of tourism… | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

Onboard the river cruise ship MV Ganga Vilas, I’d like to inform the passengers that India has anything you can think of. It also offers a lot more than you might expect. India is indescribable in words. India must be felt in order to be fully understood. Regardless of geography, religion, faith, or nation, India has extended her heart to everyone, he remarked.

Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, gave Prime Minister Modi the assurance that the state government would do everything in its power to ensure that the tourists travelling on board the MV Ganga Vilas had a comfortable trip. During the river cruise, which will stop in Buxar, Chhapra, Patna, Munger, Sultanganj, and Kahalgaon, he said that the tourists would receive a traditional welcome at each port and be brought to see historical sites.

According to Yogi Adityanath, travellers recently spent the previous three days in Varanasi and adjacent locations, experiencing the local culture.

MV Ganga Vilas will set off from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and travel 3,200 km through five states in India and parts of Bangladesh in 51 days to reach Dibrugarh in Assam. The 36-person cruise has 18 suites and opulent features including French balconies, LED TVs, safes, smoke detectors, and adjustable beds.








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