Kerala Tourism to Launch Microsites for Promoting Pilgrimage Tourism

Kerala Tourism to Launch Microsites for Promoting Pilgrimage Tourism

 

Kerala Tourism is planning to launch microsites for promoting pilgrimage tourism in the state. The microsites will provide comprehensive information on the various pilgrimage destinations in Kerala, including their history, significance, and how to reach them.

The microsites will be available in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu. This will make them accessible to a wider range of pilgrims from both India and abroad.

The microsites will also feature interactive maps, photo galleries, and videos to help pilgrims plan their trip and explore the various pilgrimage destinations in Kerala.

Kerala is a popular pilgrimage destination for Hindus, Muslims, and Christians alike. The state is home to many ancient temples, mosques, and churches. Some of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in Kerala include:

  • Sabarimala Temple
  • Guruvayur Temple
  • Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple
  • Vadakkunnathan Temple
  • Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple
  • Thrissur Pooram
  • Bekal Fort
  • Cheraman Juma Masjid
  • Valiya Juma Masjid
  • St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral, Kottayam
  • Marthoma Cheriapally
  • St. Francis Church, Kochi

The launch of the microsites is expected to boost pilgrimage tourism in Kerala. The microsites will provide pilgrims with easy access to information on the various pilgrimage destinations in the state and help them plan their trip accordingly.

In addition to the microsites, Kerala Tourism is also planning to launch a number of other initiatives to promote pilgrimage tourism in the state. These initiatives include:

  • Developing pilgrimage circuits
  • Providing financial assistance to pilgrimage centers
  • Organizing cultural events and festivals at pilgrimage centers
  • Promoting pilgrimage tourism through social media and other online platforms

The Kerala government is committed to promoting pilgrimage tourism in the state. The launch of the microsites and other initiatives is expected to boost pilgrimage tourism in Kerala and create new jobs and opportunities for the people of the state.

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