Qutub Minar, Purana Quila will have light and sound show

Plans readied ahead of Commonwealth Games


Shivani Chaturvedi | March 18, 2010

Coming soon: light and sound show
Coming soon: light and sound show

Come Commonwealth Games and the visitors will be able to enjoy light and sound show at Qutub Minar and Purana Quila too. Such show is already running in Lal Quila. The Indian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) has chalked out detailed plans in this regard and the work will complete in two to three months, according to Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) sources.

Moreover, the visitors will be able have a lot of fun at Dilli Haat. People associated with the tourism industry placed the suggestion to make the life of Delhi Haat more vibrant. The Haat should be opened till night and that some entertainment should be provided for the visitors. These ideas were placed at the first Delhi Tourism conclave, "Unleashing the Potential of Delhi", organised by Delhi Tourism in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here on Thursday.

Those associated with the tourism sector, policy makers and experts gathered under one roof to discuss the issues that matter a lot for the tourists and the tourism industry. They discussed that each and everyone may he be a local, NGO, bus operator, travel agent or tourist police they should be sensitised towards responsible and sustainable tourism.



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