TOURISM SURVEY IN KANCHIPURAM, TAMILNADU

P. Meenakshi

Abstract


This survey is to know about the tourism status of kanchipuram. It also explain about the temples and places to visit in kanchipuram. Tourism is a major social phenomenon of the modern society with definite economic, social and environmental consequences. Tourism in Tamil Nadu has assumed the role of major economic activity having direct and/ or indirect correlation with all other sectors. To prepare a master plan for tourism having diverse implications, it is pertinent to appreciate the physical, social and environmental issues in the region in order to achieve an overall understanding of dynamics of tourism in the state. In this survey forming a set of questions related to tourism and making a survey, analyzing the answers. The  results shows maximum no of visitors are interested to visit Kanchipuram for seeing temples and getting blessing of God. Some people interested to take silk sarees and visit nearer places. From the analysis shows maximum visitors are coming in holidays.

Keywords


Tourism, Survey, Temples, Kanchipuram

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