An initiative by the Kushal Trust to develop rural tourism in the village of Alipura (68 km from Bangalore) to support the local village folk. Alipura, Karnataka.
RURAL TOURISIM OF INDIA
74% of the Indian population reside in 7 million villages
- Growing interest in rural areas
- Increased awareness of tradition & heritage
A sustainable business opportunity for the rural folk to handle the interest in counter-urbanization Skilled manpower for the hospitality industry. Only 52,000 trained people against the hospitality industry’s need of 754,000 in the next four years.
To design and develop a self-sustainable eco-farm to support rural tourism and rural skill development .
Benefits For The Village Folk
Sustainable Tourism | Local Employability |
Better Quality of Life | Preserve Village Culture |
Improve Farm Systems | Agro Marketing |
Additional Income for Villagers |
Farmers & Artisans Growth .
Benefits For The Tourists
Village Ambience | Local Cuisine |
Traditional Architecture | Fairs & Festivals |
Village Sports – Gilli Danda, Pittu, Kancha, Lattu |
Experience Local & Regional Culture .
Halliday Kushal India
A concept by the Kushal Trust conceived to develop skilled manpower among the youth of Alipura and its surrounding village .