ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Political Economy of the Dal Lake Region

Anthropology of Tourism

Tourism is an important industry and provides a livelihood to many communities living in Kashmir, especially those in the areas surrounding the Dal Lake. However, tourism has seldom received attention outside the domain of business and management studies. The houseboat community, agriculturists, business persons and artisans form the core of the tourism industry thriving in the Dal Lake region. A critical understanding of the political economy of the industry is necessary to comprehend some of the challenges confronting the various groups that are the stakeholders of the tourism sector in this region.



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Updated On : 1st Nov, 2018

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