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West Bengal to offer 10-day Durga Puja package offer

Headed by hospitality sectors, the state government of West Bengal has formed seven panels to chart out the road map for tourism development in the state said minister Babul Supriyo.

Durga puja can be showcased everywhere, and according to the minister, then this is a festival that is no less spectacular and inclusive than the carnival in Rio. Said Minister while addressing a press conference.

“We will initiate projects involving both public and private sectors to make Bengal, which is blessed with hills, seas and jungles, a one-stop destination for tourists. We will also meticulously plan tourism circuits along rivers,” the minister stated on Tuesday.

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A ten-day package to explore the Durga puja festival, and its different sides, will be made available to the visitors. We are also weighing the option of starting a 15-day Gangasagar package, as part of which tourists can board a cruise from Babughat, touch different ghats, and reach the Sagar Islands.

Additionally, a trip to Sunderbans will be added to the visit said the minister.

He assured that they are committed to improving the ranks and achieving top berths.

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