Day 4 - Nahargarh fort, Jaipur
Remember Aamir's famous beer scene from the song 'Masti ki Pathshaala' : movie 'Rang de Basanti'?.
It was shot here at the Nahargarh fort.
Though the fort was always a sought after destination for tourists, but after the shooting of blockbuster movie Rang De Basanti, this fort got instant fame amongst the Indians🌸. Indians today are discovering their own country.
I love how media & entertainment industry has influenced us from breakfast to dinner and also kept us awake and aware of the diversified Indian landscape, heritage, religion, cuisine, dance, music and festival and Indian cinema, which is no doubt the highest grossing part of the M&E industry, has done a lot for the advancement of tourism in India… by not only in zeroing several unexplored destinations here but by also inducing a positive change in the traveling style and outlook towards backpackers and travellers.
While On one side this is driving a surge in visitors, on the other side this is bringing with itself trash—on the subcontinent.
Responsible tourism is the need of the hour.
So next time you are on a trip - Let you, place and the people benefit from your visit. Practice Responsible tourism because that's the only way you can give back to the place, environment and the mother earth.
Ask Yourself, “What do I know about the place I am visiting? Does the money I spend benefit the locals, and how are my choices affecting the environment?”
Take conscious decisions because that will ensure that the beauty of a place and the livelihood of its people are enhanced for your next visit there, and for others, too. 🇮🇳🌿🌏🌅