Monday, July 4, 2022

Dekho Meri Dilli app gains popularity

The app is to help tourists locate popular and prominent destinations easily, which will increase footfall

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Delhi Tourism was motivating markets and associations to showcase the key features and places of their areas through photographs on the ‘Dekho Meri Dilli’ app to help tourists locate popular and prominent destinations easily, which will increase footfall. The initiative has been taken to mark the 75th year of independence.

Commenting about this, Jyoti Mayal, President, TAAI said that this was an innovative and new concept, which would definitely add charm to Delhi’s tourism. “Being a Delhite myself, I know about the charm and popularity of Delhi. Delhi is not just another place, but a vibe, an aura in itself. Delhi is famous for its monuments, street foods, shopping hubs and what not, and also among the favourite tourist spots. I extend my support to the government, for coming up with such an easy-on the go idea” she said.

 

“The move has been welcomed by traders associations, who claim that this will boost their sales and footfall after a long lull due to the pandemic.”

— Jay Bhatia, VP, TAAI

 

Jay Bhatia, VP, TAAI, agreed with Mayal and said that the app was definitely a good idea, and one step forward in making tourism an enjoyable experience in Delhi, as it celebrates the 75th anniversary of India’s independence. As per the sources, a special feature of the mobile app is ease of online bookings to specific sites, like Mughal Gardens, etc. “The move has been welcomed by traders associations, who claim that this will boost their sales and footfall after a long lull due to the pandemic,” he added.

 

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Toshi Jyotsna
(Toshi Jyotsna is an IT professional who keeps a keen interest in writing on contemporary issues both in Hindi and English. She is a columnist, and an award-winning story writer.)

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