ANALYSIS

A New Paradigm

As Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor model, TABC envisages to integrate all Buddhist nodes spread across Indian States and other parts of Asia DMIC is developed as the “Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub” integrating 7 states to the benefit of the entire region in terms of generating job opportunities & industrial growth.

TABC aims at a more holistic development than a saturated development of an isolated state

Speeds up industrial & economic growth

Environmentally responsible Economic growth

Impact on national balance sheet

Major Challenges

Main Focus on Bihar & UP Tourist Destinations

Lack of Infrastructure Development

Health Care Challenges in Buddhist Circuit Destinations

Security & Safety Concerns

Pollution

Not Much Investment in Capacity Building

Lack of Participation of Private Funds

Inadequate Promotion and Marketing

Heritage & Pilgrimage

Jammu and Kashmir:
Ladakh, Srinagar (Harwan, Parihaspora) and Jammu (Ambaran)

Himachal Pradesh:
Dharamshala, Spiti, Kinnaur and Lahaul

Punjab:
Sanghon

Maharashtra:
Aurangabad (Ajanta, Ellora, Pithalkora Caves), Pune (Karla Caves), Mumbai (Kanheri Caves), Pune (Bhaja Caves) and Nashik (Pandavleni Caves)

Andhra Pradesh:
Amravati, Nagarjunakonda, Vizag (Borra Caves, Salihundum Caves)

Madhya Pradesh:
Sanchi, Satdhara, Andher, Sonari, Murulkurd

 

Haryana :
Jind (Assan), Yamunanagar (Sugh)

Odisha:
(Dhauli, Ratnagiri, Lalitgiri, Udaygiri, Langudi, Khandagiri)

Chhaitisgarh:
Sirpur

West Bengal:
Kolkata (Indian Museum)

Sikkim:
Rumtek, Enchay and other Monasteries

Arunachal Pradesh:
Tawang and Bomdila

Gujrat:
Vadnagar, Valabhi, Junagarh

Prime Destinations

Trans Asian Buddhist Corridor

Indian Tourism Trends 2016

Opportunities

500 million
Global Buddhist Population

7th
Largest Population

 

4th
Largest Religion

Foreign Tourist Arrivals In India Projections 2027

42.7 million
Arrivals

USD 100 billion
Expected Economy

16% YOY
Projected Growth Rate

World Tourism  Economic Potential

International Tourist Arrivals (ITA) : 1,235 million

International Tourism Receipts (ITR) : USD 1,220 billion

Buddha (A Brief History)

563 BC – 483 BC