After the first roadshow at Chennai, the Assam Tourism organised the second roadshow at Hyderabad.
The roadshow was organised at the J.R.C Convention in Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad for the promotion of Assam Tourism.
The Assam Tourism Development Corporation (ATDC) stated that the roadshow at Hyderabad was participated by around 120 leading tour operators and other stakeholders of the tourism fraternity of Telengana.
The roadshow was conducted by a team of Assam Tourism officials, tour operators and a cultural troupe under the leadership of ATDC chairman Jayanta Malla Baruah.
Addressing the welcome address, ATDC chairman Baruah highlighted the tourist attractions of Assam.
He also gave an overview of the tourism potentials of Assam.
The ATDC chairman emphasised that Assam is poised to be one of the most preferred destinations for tourists from all over the world due to its varied and complete package.
He also motivated the tour operators present in the roadshow to make Assam as their preferred destination and ensured all government help to achieve this end, informed ATDC in a statement on Thursday.
The programme started with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the ATDC chairman, vice-chairman ATDC, Assam Tourism director, deputy secretary of the tourism department, assistant director of India Tourism, Hyderabad and other tour operators and stakeholders of Telengana.
Deba Kr. Mishra, the director of Assam Tourism, made an audio-visual presentation on Assam Tourism showcasing the tourist destinations of Assam and all the logistical and other information on the tourism sector.
Satarupa Datta, the assistant director of India Tourism, in her speech, explained various schemes undertaken by the union tourism ministry.
Datta appreciated the initiatives taken by Assam Tourism for holding the roadshow at Hyderabad and invited all to visit Assam.
Arijit Purkashtya of Koyeli Tour and Travels, Guwahati on behalf of the Tour Operators of Assam, showcased the tourism opportunities and potentials of Assam and invited all to visit Assam.
Nagesh Pampati, chairman, TAAI, Telegana and Ashok Hemrajani, the president of Telegana Restaurant and Hotelier Association said it’s now time for Telegana’s tour operators to take Assam in their travel packages.
The cultural troupe accompanying the group comprising Gayatri Mahanta, Madhusmita Dihingia, Rumila Boro, Dishadrwitee Baruah, Bharat Hazarika, Biplob Gogoi and Manash Rajbongshi enthralled the audience through their performances of Satriya, Jhumur, Bihu and other dance forms of Assam.