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- Global TV channel will also shoot in Jaipur, Bundi, Bikaner and Pali
To take the tourism of Rajasthan to 60 countries of the world, the tourism department has started a campaign in association with the global TV channel Travel XP. Under this, the shooting of the channel’s show City Break started in Udaipur on Saturday. On the first day, places like City Palace, Mahasatiya at Gangodbhav Kund on Ayed were filmed. Soon the shooting will take place in Jaipur, Bundi, Bikaner and Pali (Jawai and Narlai).
The show will showcase the historical heritage, food, lifestyle, Teej-festivals, culture, adventure activities etc. of the five cities. The show will go on air in January-2021, which can also be seen on the channel and OTT platform. The five-episode show will be of 30 minutes each, which will be hosted by South Indian actress Asmita Sood. Shaw’s director Rohan Patele told that through Shaw will show Rajasthan in a unique way.
So that people from all over the world are attracted to come here. Show will be broadcast in 18 foreign languages including Hindi-English, Bangla-Tamil. People from around 60 countries of the world including Germany, China, Italy will be able to watch this show, where the channel has reach. All the episodes including the shooting will be ready by December, which will be seen at the beginning of the new year.
5 travel bloggers were called to make monsoon destination in July
The department had called 5 renowned travel bloggers from all over the country to promote Rajasthan as a monsoon destination in the country and the world. He had shot videos of tourist places of Udaipur, Rajsamand and Banswara during rainy days. He uploaded these videos on his social media account, which has millions of followers around the world.
Will show a different picture of each city
The department has authorized TravelXP to produce and telecast Travel Films in Rajasthan. Starting from Udaipur. The team will also visit Jawai, Narlai, Bundi, Jaipur and Bikaner. The team will capture the city life with a camera and present a different picture of every aspect related to tourism. The films will then be broadcast worldwide in a series. They will have a tremendous visual impact on the audience and the tourism of Rajasthan will be promoted. The arrival of domestic and foreign tourists will increase. -Shikha Saxena, Deputy Director, Tourism Department