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The most aggressive tourism promoting corporation in India “MTDC”

Feb 22nd, 2016 7:34 am | By | Category: LATEST NEWS


The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC), which has the recognition as best public enterprise tourism board in the India, under the headship of it’s Managing Director Paraag Jaiin Nainuttia, IAS, of 1996 batch Maharashtra cadre, MTDC is on the path of creating histories. In MTDC every day is a day of enthusiasm, encouragement and passion just on the lines of a multinational corporate house wherein from top management to field staff all take their responsibility as new challenge to accomplish it into great success for organization. It seems it the only goal of team MDTC at large. In recent past there have been 24×7 business promotional activities taking place at MTDC, MTDC’s Swachh Bharat Mission fortnight acclaimed immense appreciation across the country.

MTDC has recently roped in Pawan hans helicopter ltd, MTDC’s this endeavor is for Mumbaikars and tourists visiting the maximum city who can now enjoy the aerial view of Mumbai as Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) is all set to launch heli-tourism in partnership with Pawan Hans Ltd. The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) has signed a MoU with Pawan Hans to start city tours on a helicopter for tourists. The helicopter flights will take off from Juhu airport and fly north, keeping to the city’s west so as not to interfere with air traffic from Mumbai airport.

In the series tourism promotion Maharashtra Tourism organised recently The Elephanta Festival at the Elephanta Caves across Mumbai harbour. The festival had classical music and dance forms of India and is a preferred destination for culture lovers.

Traditionally, visitors are welcomed and a folk dance performance by the local fishermen tribes starts off the festivities. The magnificent sculptures on the caves are truly a sight that cannot be overlooked. The ‘Maheshmurti’, deity of Lord Shiva, is the central sculpture and the core point of celebration,. The Elephanta Festival is worthy of keeping alive the heritage of Indian music, dance, and art!

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