AAP Govt Trying To Connect People With Delhi’s Rich History: Atishi
Delhi Tourism Minister Atishi said on Saturday that the Aam Aadmi Party government is trying to connect people with the rich history of the national capital. Atishi , who recently took over as the Tourism Minister, inaugurated the heritage walk at Siri Fort on Saturday. Passing by. I didn’t know Siri Fort was a university. It’s important to know the history,” said the Aam Aadmi Party (Aam Aadmi Party) leader. told PTI. Talking about his priorities as tourism minister, Atishi said he wants to introduce policies that “connect all experiences” of a tourist in Delhi.
“The biggest shortcoming is that there is no experience to connect (a tourist’s entire visit). Our priority is to bring such policies that connect all experiences of a tourist in Delhi,” he said. Some of the heritage walks are “Dekho Apna CP” (Connaught Place and nearby areas), “Delhi Ka Dil Dekho ” (Central Delhi, near Kartavya Path), “Traditional Walk in Shahjahanabad” (Old Delhi), “Food Walk”. (Old Delhi), “Traditional Walk of House Castle”, “Traditional Walk of Qutub Minar and Mehrali Archaeological Park”. Each walk is led by a “walk conductor” or a guide licensed by the Central Ministry of Tourism.
According to an official, the Delhi Tourism Department wants to promote the wonders of the city — its heritage, arts and crafts, diverse cuisine and culture through these walks. “Heritage walks create a positive impact on tourism, enhance the city’s brand value and project its culture.
A unique way to experience the heritage of any region is to walk the path with the help of a good interpreter,” the official said. .