Effect of Culture on Bihar Tourism

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The tourism impacts include the natural and destination societies consequences of tourism and its economic contributions. In recent years, interest has increased as a result of discussions on tourism. Impacts with direct and indirect elements are not readily classified. Tourism is also seasonal, and only over time, with varying results and in various stages of growth, are consequences evident. Bihar tourism has also increased day by day in India. The attachment with bihar is another mystery. People want to visit natural and peaceful environment of bihar.

Environmental Effect on Bihar Tourism

If sustainable tourism increases and more environmental-friendly projects occur, both visitors and stakeholders now understand the value of environmental sustainability in the tourist industry.

The natural and man-made nature of the environment includes different beauties from a different culture ( temples in India, Museums in the UK Germany, and  Turkey) these are essential for tourism. However, the relationship between tourism and the environment is dynamic, and specific activities will adversely impact the environment if proper planning and maintenance are not taken. It is very ironic that bihar tourism also ruins the very items on which it depends!

The general infrastructural facilities, including roads and airports and visitor facilities, including resorts, hotels, restaurants, stores, golf courses, and marinas, are correlated with many of the adverse environmental effects arising from tourism. The adverse effects of the growth of tourism will eventually kill the ecosystem on which they depend.

Social Effect on Bihar Tourism

Socialism is a core part of tourism as it helps countries open new opportunities in the scene of economic. The employment generated by tourism will also provide the local economy with a significant boost. In addition to the economic effects of improved employment opportunities, people with work are wealthier and more social than people with no discretionary income. There are also social advantages of tourism, which are positive. This may include the protection of local culture and heritage, community building; social care provision; the commercialization of culture and art; revitalization of traditions and types of art, and preservation of the patrimony.  Most destinations are dedicated to preserving and enhancing local culture. This also aims to maintain and sustainably maintain natural resources, protect rural heritage, and restore indigenous culture, traditional arts, and crafts.

Social Change:

  1. The global transition applies primarily to changes in the way society works or conducts itself.
  2. Unfortunately, as a result of tourism, there are several improvements which are undesirable.
  3. There are many examples globally where residents have adapted due to tourism.
  4. Maybe the way they talk or the way they dress has changed. Perhaps the tourism industry exposed them to drink or converted them to criminality with disapproval from wealthy visitors. You can find many examples of the detrimental societal consequences of tourism.

Example:

Suppose in  Thailand, many workers have changed their tradition of a job due to the tourism industry. They have learned English and eat western food so they can help the country to increase tourism ratio.

Culture has a significant impact on tourism; it changes an outsider’s perception of how the country people treat them. Plus its open gates for the people of the country to spread their culture in the whole world. Let take the example of India a country which is filled with culture. Every part of India shows a different type of culture. Their things like from Clothes to food or from worship to their temples of their different lords (Budha, Budh Gaya) everything has to add great value to their culture.


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