Kathmandu. Pashupati, Janakpur, and Lumbini, which have religious, cultural, archeological, and tourist significance, will be developed as centers of religious tourism.
Presenting the policy and program for the coming Nepal’s fiscal year 2079/80 announced by the government in both the houses of parliament on Tuesday, President Bidyadevi Bhandari said so. It has been mentioned in the program to take a policy to promote cultural tourism next year.
A comprehensive museum covering history, art, culture, and other fundamental features has been included in the policy and program to be constructed. The government has decided to give priority to the upgrade of Taplejung, Darchula Great Himalayan Trail in the coming Fiscal Year.
The government’s policy and the program also include the commitment to bring integrated programs to develop Barakhshetra, Chatradham, and Ramdhuni areas and Kositappu Wildlife Reserve as a comprehensive religious, cultural, and tourism center.
There are complaints in the sector that religious tourism promotion programs are not implemented even though they are included in the government’s policies and programs every year. Even if the development and construction programs of places like Pashupati, Lumbini, and Janakpur are included in the policies and programs and budget of the government every year, we will not find any great achievement.
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