Integrated tourism development : a case of Mysore (Also available on CD)

by Niranjan, N. B.
Additional authors: Roy, Anil kumar (Guide)
Physical details: xv,110p.,CD-ROM Year: 2016 List(s) this item appears in: Heritage and Climate
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CONTENTS 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Tourism as a Sector 1 1.2 Background 2 1.3 Research Formulation 3 1.3.1 Research Question 3 1.3.2 Aim 4 1.3.3 Objectives 4 1.3.4 Scope and Limitations 4 1.3.5 Methodology 4 2 Literature Review 9 2.1 Concept and definitions in tourism 9 2.2 Classification of tourism 11 2.3 Impact of tourism 12 2.3.1 Economic Impact 12 2.3.2 Social and Cultural Impact 13 2.3.3 Environmental Impact 13 2.4 Tourism approaches 14 2.5 Mysore tourism scenario 15 2.6 Need for Tourist perception study 16 3 Mysore City Profile 18 3.1 Climate in Mysore 19 3.2 Demographics of Mysore 20 3.3 Land Use in Mysore 20 3.4 Transport and Connectivity 21 3.5 Administration in Mysore 22 3.6 Economy of Mysore 23 3.7 Town Planning in Mysore 23 3.8 History 24 3.8.1 Legend of Mysore 24 3.8.2 Historical Timeline of Mysore region 25 3.8.3 Wadiyar Dynasty 30 3.8.4 Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan 30 3.8.5 Wadiyar Dynasty Under British rule 32 3.8.6 Curse on Mysore Wadiyar Family 35 3.9 Tangible and Intangible heritage of Mysore 36 3.9.1 Tangible Heritage 36 3.9.2 Intangible Heritage 50 4 Tourism Trend and Tourist Perception 59 4.1 Tourism Trends in India 59 4.2 Tourism Trends in Karnataka: 62 4.2.1 Karnataka Tourism Policy 2009-2014 64 4.2.2 Domestic Tourist Trend in Karnataka: 66 4.2.3 Foreign Tourist Trend in Karnataka: 67 4.3 Tourism in Mysore: 67 4.3.1 Domestic Tourist Trend: 68 4.3.2 Foreign Tourist Trend: 70 4.4 Mysore Tourist Profile 71 4.4.1 Purpose of travel: 72 4.4.2 Age group Distribution of tourists: 72 4.4.3 Average Income groups of tourists 73 4.4.4 Expenditure Pattern of tourists 74 4.4.5 Place of origin 74 4.4.6 Duration of stay 76 4.4.7 Mode of travel from origin 77 4.4.8 Frequency of visit 78 4.4.9 Previous destination 78 4.4.10 Next Destination 79 4.4.11 Most Visited Places in Mysore 80 4.5 Perception of tourists on Mysore 81 4.5.1 Tourism Infrastructure 81 4.5.2 Heritage city and City of Palaces 88 4.6 Perception of Tour operators 89 4.6.1 Hotel operators 89 4.6.2 Tours and travels 91 4.7 Findings from the Study 92 5 Issues and recommendations 95 5.1 Issues 95 5.2 New Karnataka Tourism Policy 2015-2020: 96 5.2.1 Mission: 96 5.2.2 Vision: 96 5.2.3 Objectives 96 5.2.4 Highlights 96 5.2.5 Summary: 96 5.2.6 Gaps in tourism policy with respect to Mysore 98 5.3 Recommendations for the development of tourism in Mysore 98 5.3.1 Mysore Destination Marketing organization (MDMO) 98 5.3.2 Heritage Building Adaptive re-use and Transformation 99 5.3.3 City Planning to encourage tourism 101 5.3.4 Mysore Regional Tourism Infrastructure Improvement Trust 103 5.3.5 Integration of tourism Circuits 103 5.4 Conclusion 104 6 Bibliography 107

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