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“Atithi Devo Bhawa”, a major campaign that demands and focuses on the behavioral change, hospitality awareness, minimum standards and tourism entrepreneurship catalysis is being launched by the NRNA to make Nepal one of the most preferred destinations for adventure, heritage and social tourism. ADB is designed mainly to change the stereotypical concept of tourism in Nepal and promote tourism through a common source and sense. Objectives of ADB: Bring…


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NRNA and NTB sign MoU for Atithi Dewo Bhawa - Image

NRNA and NTB sign MoU for Atithi Dewo Bhawa

The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the country through the networks of the Nepali diaspora. Along with the signing of this MoU, NRNA through its networks in 75 countries will promote Nepal’s tourism under the banner of ‘Atithi Dewo Bhava’, which means ‘The guest is equivalent to God’ in Sanskrit. NTB will facilitate the NRNA in launching the campaign in various countries. NRNA Tourism Promotion Committee Chair Bhaban Bhatta and NTB CEO Deepak Raj Joshi inked the pact today in the presence of Tourism Minister Ananda Prasad Pokharel. NRNA has said that it will appoint its National Coordination Committee…

Atithi Dewo Bhawa MoU Signed - Image

Atithi Dewo Bhawa MoU Signed

In the presence of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister Anand Prasad Pokharel, Secretary Prem Kumar Rai, Board Chief Executive Officer Deepak Joshi and Vice President of the Association  Bhaban Bhatt were signed in the paper. The object was to make country clean, safe and striking. In program both association and board has fixed the 20 million capital fund to mention the Nepal as tourism destination in world. NRN association has more than 75 administrative center in world from there association target was to promote the tourism in worldwide. IN the program Minister Pokharel said Nepal natural beauty and cultural diversity are the main attraction for the tourist and tourism was the backbone…

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