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Indian tourism ministry allocates Rs 50 cores for Govardhan Parikrama

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Indian tourism ministry allocates Rs 50 crore for Govardhan Parikrama in order to promote tourism.
The Tourism minister KJ Alphons has allocated Rs 50 crore for the development of Govardhan parikrama and said Govardhan needs to be made into a world class destination and that the Govardhan Maharaj Utsav shall be organised in October every year.
The Tourism Minister, KJ Alphons also conveyed this after a site inspection in Mathura to assess the requirements for development of facilities at a meeting with the officials of the state government.
Alphons added that it has also been decided...
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