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ANNUAL FINAL REPORT

COLLECTION OF DOMESTIC
TOURISM STATISTICS FOR
THE STATE OF MADHYA
PRADESH
(Reference Period: January 2005 December 2005)

Submitted to:
Market Research Division
Department of Tourism
Government of India
C-1, Hutments, Dalhousie Road
New Delhi-110011

August, 2006

JPS ASSOCIATES (P) LTD.


CONSULTANTS

NEW DELHI

TABLE OF CONENTS
Chapter
No.

Title
Executive Summary

Introduction

Page Nos.
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1-2

1.1

Background about the Project

1.2

Terms of Reference

Tourism in Madhya Pradesh

3-6

2.1

Background

2.2

Tourist Attractions

2.3

Travel Circuit

Selection of Tourist Places

Approach & Methodology

8-15

4.1

Approach

4.2

Methodology

4.3

Field Survey and Data Processing

10

4.4

Methods of Estimation

11

4.5

Assignments of Weights

15

4.6

Estimation of Expenditure

15

4.7

Sample Size

15

Estimation of Tourist Arrivals in Each Tourist Place

16-29

5.1

Tourist Inflow Demand Theoretical Framework

16

5.2

Distribution of Tourists according to place of stay

19

5.3

Distribution of Tourists staying in Accommodation Units


according to type of accommodation

26

Profile of Tourists and Statistics Related to Travel Domestic


and Foreign

30-35

6.1

Classification According to Level of Education

30

6.2

Classification According to Age

30

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6.3

Classification According to Sex

31

6.4

Classification According to Occupation

31

6.5

Classification According to Household Income

32

6.6

Purpose of Visit

33

6.7

Package tour

34

6.8

Number of Nights Stay

35

Trends in Tourist Expenditure

36-39

7.1

Tourist Expenditure within the center

36

7.2

Tourist Expenditure Prior to Entering the center Percentage


Distribution

38

Survey of Accommodation Units and Establishments

40-68

8.1

Number of Tourists and Bed Nights Spent

40

8.2

Number of Tourists and Bed Nights Spent: Trends among


Domestic Tourists from different States

41

8.3

Number of Tourists and Bed Nights Spent: Trends among Foreign


Tourists from different countries

45

8.4

Employment Statistics

50

8.5

Profile of Accommodation Units

54

8.6

Survey of Establishment

68

Evaluation of Tourist Facilities

69-86

9.1

Local Transport

69

9.2

Accommodation

72

9.3

Food

75

9.4

Tourists Attractions

78

9.5

Entertainment

81

9.6

Shopping Facilities

84

10

Awareness of Tourist Places of North East States and Buddhist


Centers

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10.1

Visit to North East Region

87

10.2

Areas of Primary Interest

88

10.3

Overall perception of tourists: North Eastern States

88

10.4

Reasons for not Visiting / Not Proposing to Visit

90

10.5

Visit to Buddhist Centers

91

10.6

Areas of Primary Interest

92

10.7

Overall Perceptions: Buddhist Centers

92

10.8

Reasons for not Visiting / Not Proposing to Visit

93

11

Planned Expenditure And Revenue

95-99

LIST OF ANNEXURES
Annexure I

Tourist Map of Madhya Pradesh

Annexure II

Survey of Tourist Accommodation Unit

Annexure III

Questionnaire for Tourists

Annexure IV

Questionnaire for Establishments: Restaurants

xix

Annexure V

Questionnaire for Establishments: Tour & Travel Agents/


Tourist Car Operator

xx

Annexure VI

Questionnaire for Establishments: Souvenir/ Handicraft Shops

xxi

Annexure VII

Listing Performa

xxii

Annexure VIII

List of Accommodation Units Surveyed

1-18

Feed Back on Methodological and Operational Issues

1-2

Annexure IX

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Executive Summary Madhya Pradesh


The important tourist places selected for the field survey are given below:1. Bhopal
2. Sanchi
3. Bhojpur
4. Bhimbetka
5. Pachmarhi
6. Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
7. Kanha National Park
8. Bandhavgarh national Park
9. Pench National Park
10. Amarkantak
11. Chitrakoot
12. Gwalior
13. Khajuraho
14. Orchha
15. Shivpuri
16. Chanderi
17. Indore
18. Ujain
19. Mandu
20. Maheswar
21. Omkareswar
22. Burhanpur
(Four major towns are indicated by bold letters)
Tourist arrival at the place of stay
1. For the state as whole number of tourist visits were 3645046. The share of
domestic tourist was 95 percent.
Month wise trends are presented below:
Table 1: Month-wise tourist inflow and day visitors in the state of Madhya
Pradesh

57151

456907

362466

Total:
Tourist inflow and
day visitors combined
819373

402057

55753

457810

241366

699176

March

354913

43827

398740

66322

465062

April

378479

12556

391035

146247

537282

January

Domestic
Tourist
inflow
399756

February

Month

Foreign
Total
Day Visitors
Tourist inflow Tourist Inflow

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May

Domestic
Tourist
inflow
353335

9700

363035

104865

Total:
Tourist inflow and
day visitors combined
467900

June

447906

8090

455996

367078

823074

July

564896

14017

578913

323090

902003

August

342504

29436

371940

190565

562505

September

399299

14752

414051

110924

524975

October

501615

11356

512971

261376

774347

November

394190

4435

398625

220172

618797

December

410190

3268

413458

296269

709727

4949141

264340

5213481

2690740

7904221

Month

Total

Foreign
Total
Day Visitors
Tourist inflow Tourist Inflow

2. Total number of visits of all tourists (domestic and foreign combined) was
maximum in Bhopal (1086679), followed by Gwalior (491783) and Indore
(397416)
3. Percentage of foreign tourists was relatively high in Khajuraho (49%), Orchha
(41%%) and Bandhavgarh (26%)
4. Percentage of domestic tourists staying in accommodation units was 89and the
remaining 11% were staying with friends and relatives. For every 100 domestic
tourists; there were 45 day visitors. In respect of foreign tourists, nearly cent
percent stayed in accommodation units...
5. Among the domestic tourists who stayed in accommodation units, 66% stayed in
unstarred accommodation units. Around 11 % stayed in starred accommodation
units and 7% stayed in Dharamsalas. Percentage of tourists staying in starred
accommodation unit was comparatively high in Khajuraho (25%), Mandu (24%).
Percentage of tourists staying in Dharamshala was realatively high in Citrakoot
(49%) and Omkareshwar (41%). Among foreign tourists, 53 % stayed in
unstarred accommodation units and 28% stayed in starred accommodation units.
Incidence of foreign tourists staying in Starred accommodation units was
relatively high in Jabalpur/Bhedagaht (59 %), Khajuraho (48%) and Indore (53%).
Tourist profile
6. In respect of both domestic and foreign tourists, majority belonged to the age
group 26-40 years. The relevant percentage was 58 in respect of domestic tourists
and 70 in respect of foreign tourists.
7. Both for domestic and foreign tourists majority were males and the respective
share was 75 % and 70 %.
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8. In the case of domestic major reasons for the visit were cultural activities and
business and professional. With regard to foreign tourists, major reason for the
visit was cultural activities.
9. On an average domestic tourists stayed for 2.9 nights and foreign tourists 4.1
nights. In accommodation units.
Tourist Expenditure
10. Major expenditure within the center for domestic tourists related to
accommodation services and food and beverage servicing services. The former
accounted for 31% of the total expenditure and the latter accounted for 24% of the
total expenditure. With regard to the foreign tourists, major items of expenditure
are Accommodation services and food and beverage services, The percentage
share of these items of expenditure were: 30 and 21 respectively..
11. Average expenditure per day per domestic and foreign tourist was Rs. 778 and Rs.
1657 respectively.
12. Annual tourists expenditure for domestic tourists, foreign tourists and all tourists
is estimated as Rs. 93,028 lacs, Rs. 8,482 lacs and Rs. 1,01,510 lacs respectively.
Accommodation units and bed nights spent
13. For all centers, number of domestic and foreign tourists checked in
accommodation units was 857732 and 35145 respectively. Number of bed nights
spent by domestic and foreign tourists was 2026336 and 125779 respectively.
Among domestic tourists, maximum numbers were from Madhya Pradesh
(295191) followed by Maharashtra (114345) and Haryana (66790). Among
foreign tourists maximum numbers were from U.S.A (3500) followed by U.K
(2940) and Japan (2785).
Profile of Accommodation Units
14. Majority of accommodation units accounting for 63% are unstarred
accommodation units. This is followed by guest house and dharamshala each
contributing 12 % to the total number of accommodation units.
15. With regard to star (4&5) combined, double Ac rooms are maximum in number.
Average number of rooms and beds is 44 and 88 respectively.
16. In respect of star (1,2 and 3) combined, double Ac rooms are maximum in
number. Average number of rooms and beds per accommodation unit is 20 and 39
respectively.
17. In respect of unstarred accommodation units, majority are double non Ac rooms.
Average number of rooms and beds is 10 and 20 respectively

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18. With regard to the heritage hotels, majority are double Ac rooms. Average number
of rooms and beds is 33 and 66 respectively.
19. Among other accommodation units, double non Ac rooms were maximum.
Average number of rooms and beds per accommodation unit is 8 and 16
respectively.
20. Average occupancy ratio for different types of accommodation units are: Star
(4&5)-50%, Star (1,2 and 3)-38%, Unstarred- 30%, heritage (51%), others 33%
and aggregate -33%.
Employment
21. Average employment in different types of accommodation units were : Starred
(1587), Unstarred (5343), Heritage (147), Guest house/ rest house/ tourist
bungalow/ Youth hostel/ YMCA, Dharamshala etc. (829)
Perceptions
22. The following services were evaluated: Transport, accommodation, food, tourist
attraction, entertainment facility and shopping facility For all these service
majority of domestic as well as foreign had given good or satisfactory ratings.
Particularly for tourist attraction, majority of foreign tourists accounting for 76%
gave the rating very interesting.
Northeastern States
23. In respect of domestic tourists, level of awareness is high for all the listed centers
and ranged between 70% for Sikkim and 95% for Assam
24. Among the domestic tourists who were aware, percentage visited was highest for
Assam (61%). This is followed by Manipur (51%), and Arunachal Pradesh (50%).
25. Among foreign tourists, the level of awareness was around for 75% for Arunachal
Pradesh, Meghalaya and Mizoram. The level of awareness was the lowest for
Tripura (62%).
26. Among the foreign tourists who were aware, percentage visited was 53% for
Arunachal Pradesh, 52% for Manipur and 42% for Assam and for other centers,
the relevant percentage was much lower.
27. Cent percent of the domestic tourists said that the great historical significance was
the main purpose of the visit. In the case of foreign tourists major attractions were
great historical significance and scenic beauty.
28. Among domestic tourists who had visited, 21% were very satisfied and 55% quite
satisfied. In respect of the foreign tourists, 15% were very satisfied, 37% quite
satisfied and 26% not sure.
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29. Those who neither visited nor proposed to visit the Northeastern states, the main
reasons were time and budgetary constraints in respect of domestic tourists.
Among foreign tourists, the main reasons were lack of awareness, time constraint
and budgetary constraint for foreign tourists.
Buddhist Centres
30. With regard to the domestic tourists, level of awareness was relatively high for
Bodhgaya (59%), Rajgir (53%), Ajanta & Ellora (49%), Sanchi (49%) and
Sarnath (39%).
31. Among the domestic tourists, who were aware, percentage visited was 51 for
Sanchi and 44 for Bodhgaya. For other centers the relevant percentage was much
lower
32. With regard to the foreign tourists, level of awareness was 77% for Bodhgaya,
61% for Rajgar, 56% for Nalanda and 48% for Sanchi.
33. Among the foreign tourists who were aware, percentage visited was 77 for
Bodhgaya, 58 for Nalanda, 45% for Sanchi and 41 for Rajgir.
34. In the case of domestic tourists, major attractions of Buddhist centers were great
historical significance and scenic beauty. Among foreign tourists major attraction
were historical significance and cultural heritage.
35. Among domestic tourists who had visited Buddhist centers, 19% were very
satisfied, 49% quite satisfied and 21 % were not sure. Among foreign tourists,
14% indicated that they were very satisfied and another 59 % said that they were
quite satisfied.
36. Among domestic tourists as well as foreign tourists who neither visited nor
proposed to visit the Buddhist centers, the main reasons were time constraints and
lack of awareness.

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CHAPTER - 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1

Background about the Project

The Market Research Division, Department of Tourism, Govt. of India, has assigned
the Project of Collection of Domestic Tourist Statistics in the State of Madhya
Pradesh to JPS Associates (P) Ltd, New Delhi. The assignment is for a period of 12
months only, which can be extended depending upon the results obtained and
experience gained.
The assignment will enable the Department of Tourism, Govt. of India, to have first
hand data/estimates of both domestic and foreign tourist arrivals, their demographic
profile, expenditure patterns, period of stay in the State, satisfaction level of tourist
facilities and general observations of tourists. Information about accommodation units
at various important tourist places, in all categories including the unorganized sector,
will also be compiled under the assignment over a period of one year. The assignment
will also seek to assess the direct employment generated by tourists and will estimate
the expenditure and earnings of the state government through tourism.

1.2

Terms of Reference

The Terms of Reference and the Scope of the work are as follows:

Prepare a frame/list of all important tourist places in the state.


Prepare a frame/list of tourist place-wise all accommodation units, like hotels,
dharamsalas, guest houses etc.
Compile information about both domestic and foreign tourists staying in all the
accommodation units each month, including nationality (about foreign tourists)
from records of the accommodation units.
Compile information about rooms, beds, occupancy rate, employment etc., of all
accommodation units as at Sr. No. (ii) above on monthly basis.
Conduct sample surveys of both domestic and foreign tourists (taking separate
representative samples) at all important tourist places as at Sr. No. (I) to estimate
the- a) purpose of visit b) same day visitors c) tourists staying with friends and
relatives during their visits d) demographic profile e) country/state wise arrivals
(Country for the foreign tourists and state for domestic tourists only) f) average
estimated expenditure by tourists on various items g) average duration of stay and
h) direct employment generated through tourism in various sectors like hotels,
transport, travel agencies, travel agents etc.
Estimate the expenditure made by the State Government in development of
tourism, and earnings through tourism.
Update the frame/list as at Sr. Nos. (i) & (ii) on quarterly basis, and accordingly
revise the coverage.

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The schedule of delivery of the Reports is as under:1.

Monthly Report for each month for the period of January to December 2005.

2.

Quarterly Report for each quarter ending March, June, September and
December 2005. In the Quarterly Reports, monthly statistics will be aggregated
to arrive at the relevant statistics for three months period. It will also have key
variables and inter-month comparative analysis.

3.

Annual Report at the end of December 2005, whereby quarterly statistics to be


aggregated to arrive at the relevant statistics for one year period, including key
variable and inter-quarter comparative analysis.

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CHAPTER - 2
TOURISM IN MADHYA PRADESH
2.1

Background

Madhya Pradesh is an expansive state, having inherent charm and a place of its own
due to the unmatched beauty and primitiveness. It has rich endowments of land,
people, history and culture.
The state is unparalleled in the wealth of history and folk culture. A long and
chequered history has bequeathed it a rich heritage. Dating from prehistory, the events
of time have left indelible impressions in the form of rock and cave shelters with
prehistoric paintings, massive stupas, temples, palaces and mosques with exquisite
carvings, sculptures and wall paintings. These conjure up the vision of great empires
and kingdoms, warriors and builders, poets and musicians, saints and philosophers of
a golden past. One of the significant events of Mughal History, though least known,
happened at Burhanpur, where Empress Mumtaz Mahal died and was entombed till
the completion of Taj Mahal at Agra. The state has three World Heritage Sites,
namely, Khujuraho, Sanchi and the rock shelters of Bhimbetka.
The undulating landscape and the network of rivers and water bodies have provided
numerous spots of virgin scenic beauty. A few high altitude areas and the mineral
water springs have recreational and curative qualities. The forest areas have 9 national
parks and 25 game sanctuaries out of which four are recognized Tiger Reserves. For
the devout there are a number of places sanctified by faith. The sacred rivers of
Narmada, Tapti, Son and Kshipra have a string of religious places located on their
banks.

2.2

Tourist Attractions

The major Tourist Attractions of the state are a judicious mix of archaeological
wealth, scenic beauty, wildlife and pilgrimage. These centers are categorized as
below:a) Heritage Centers
Khajuraho
Temples of mediaeval period built by Chandela dynasty. It is said to be the hallmark
of Indian temple architecture and sculpture. 22 temples are divided into Western,
Eastern, Southern groups respectively. It is a World Heritage Site.
Sanchi-Bhopal
One of the most well preserved Buddhist monuments of 3rd century BC. It has stupas
and gateways with stone carvings of Jataka Kathas. The place is associated with two
of the five disciples of Buddha. It is a World Heritage Site. Bhopal is the capital of the
state and a place of scenic beauty with hills and lakes. It has one of the biggest
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mosques of Asia and also has the multi-arts center of Bharat Bhavan, Museum of man
and other museums.
Bhojpur- Bhimbetka
The massive Shiva Temple of Bhojpur is known as the Somnath of the East. It is a
10th Century temple built by Raja Bhoj Parmar. The Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka have
prehistoric paintings in nearly 640 shelters. It is World Heritage Site. Both of these
places are within 50 kms of Bhopal.
Mandu
Known as the "City of Joy", it has massive Afghan Monuments of medieval period.
The plateau is studded with monuments of different shapes and sizes.
Gwalior
It has a towering citadel with medieval Rajput monuments and palaces of 14th century
AD. It also has two of the World's biggest Chandeliers in the Darbar Hall of Jaivilas
palace, crystal mini train in the dining hall and a palace museum.
Orchha
The seat of Bundela Rajput kings of Mughal period. Located on the banks of river
Betwa, it has the best specimen of Bundelkhand architecture and painting of later
medieval period.
Burhanpur
An important town in the Malwa region, was a gateway to South during Mughal
period. Empress Mumtaz Mahal was entombed here till the completion of Taj Mahal
at Agra. The place has other interesting medieval monuments.
b) Wildlife
Kanha National Park
Located in the Kipling country, it was one of the 9 parks initially selected for Project
Tiger Scheme. This park is known for the Central Indian Swamp Deer, the
Barasingha, a rare species. Tiger Safari is a high point of the visit to this park.
Bandhavgarh National Park
An old forest preserve of Rewa rulers, it is a veritable tiger land. The other wildlife
species to be found are bison, sambhar, barking deer, nilgai and a large variety of
avifauna.

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Madhav National Park, Shivpuri


This place was the summer capital and tiger hunting area of rulers of Gwalior. The
national park is surrounded on one side by a huge lake with a sailing club. The
cenotaphs of the former rulers in marble with inlay work, similar to Taj Mahal, are
very attractive.
Pench National Park
This was the play ground of Mogli, the jungle boy of Rudyard Kipling. Along with its
attraction of variety of wildlife, the Pench river provides ample scope of water sports.
c) Scenic Beauty
Pachmarhi
A hill-girdled plateau located on the Satpura Hills, it is 1067 meters high. It has a
bracing climate all the year round and has 45 attractive points for nature based tourist
activities.

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Amarkantak
The place of origin of Narmada and Son rivers, it is a holy city and a hill retreat. It has
more than dozen beautiful falls and viewpoints.
Chitrakoot
The land hallowed by the name of Lord Rama, who spent a part of his 14 years exile
at Chitrakoot. All the scenic places are associated with Rama, Sita and Laxmana.
Saint Tulsidas is supposed to have written a major part of Ramayana here.

2.3

Travel Circuit

The development of tourism is normally focused around travel circuits, which are a
collection of tourist spots/locations adjacent to one another, so that once a tourist
comes to the starting point of a circuit, it is only natural for him to proceed from one
location to the next on the circuit.
The following four tourist circuits have been identified in the state of Madhya
Pradesh.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Gwalior Shivpuri - Orchha - Khajuraho


Indore - Ujjain Maheshwar Omkareshware - Mandu
Jabalpur Bhedaghat Mandla Kanha - Bandhavgarh
Sanchi - Bhopal Bhojpur Bhimbetka - Panchmarhi

The rich cultural heritage and the variety of folk and performing arts are displayed in
a series of Tourist Festivals organized annually at Khajuraho, Orchha, Pachmarhi,
Indore-Ujjain (Malwa) and Bhopal. Among these Khajuraho and Bhopal have made a
mark in the tourist markets and have become important supplements to the tourists
resource.
Thus the state has a huge potential for tourism in terms of its ability to attract tourists
by means of its rich culture, natures beauty and religious importance. In recognition
of this fact, the State Government declared its tourism policy in the year 1995, with
the objective of harnessing the potential of the state in this regard. The main thrust of
the Policy is the creation of an environment conducive to attracting increased private
sector investment on tourism and a more meaningful role for the govt. In subsequent
years the state has also declared a policy each on Eco Tourism and Heritage Tourism.
The Foreign tourist visits in the year 2003-4 was 1.10,134, while the Domestic tourist
were 62,92,855. Both of these figures are appreciably higher that those of 2002-3
which were 74,826 and 46,66,522 respectively. The figures are for tourist visits and
the net tourist arrivals are likely to be lower than the figures stated.

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CHAPTER 3
SELECTION OF TOURIST PLACES
Initially 18 major tourist places were identified on the basis of the annual reports and
tourist literature. As per the Approach to the assignment, the list was forwarded to the
Managing Director of M.P. State Tourism Development Corporation. The list was
revised and the number was raised to 22 places, which are as under:1. Bhopal
2. Sanchi
3. Bhojpur
4. Bhimbetka
5. Pachmarhi
6. Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
7. Kanha National Park
8. Bandhavgarh National Park
9. Pench National Park
10. Amarkantak
11. Chitrakoot
12. Gwalior
13. Khajuraho
14. Orchha
15. Shivpuri
16. Chanderi
17. Indore
18. Ujjain
19. Mandu
20. Maheswar
21. Omkareswar
22. Burhanpur
(Four major towns are indicated by bold letters)

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CHAPTER 4
APPROACH & METHODOLOGY
4.1

Approach

Approach to the assignment has been in keeping with the Terms of Reference and the
stated overall and specific objectives of the study. The parameters are:

A fully consultative and participatory approach for the conduct of assignment


Use of both qualitative and quantitative methods for data analysis.
Use of any other interactive methods and secondary sources for the information
gathering as per the requirements.
An indicative minimum sample size of 0.20% of the total tourist arrivals in the state
for the year 2003 (available from the secondary source). The sample has been
spread on proportionate basis across all the identified tourist places. It is
representative of tourist arrival figures and is such that it gives an acceptable level
of confidence in the results. For example, where the proportion of domestic tourist
is higher than that of foreign tourists (as estimated through secondary sources), the
proportion of domestic and foreign tourists are accordingly represented.
Use of relevant statistical techniques to analyse data using software packages like
MS Excel and SPSS to derive the results/outputs as required by the Terms of
Reference.
Templates for data entry and tabulation developed separately for:i)
Data compiled for accommodation units.
ii)
Sample survey of domestic and foreign tourists.
The assignment conducted by a team of experts possessing vast knowledge of the
tourism sector and having worked on tourism projects on prior occasions.
Timely delivery of reports and strict quality measures on data collection so as to
maintain the sanctity of data.

4.2

Methodology

(a)

Survey Instruments

Following instruments have been used for the purpose of data collection.

Accommodation schedules (Annexure II).


Questionnaire for Tourist (Annexure III)
Questionnaire for Establishments: Restaurants (Annexure IV)
Questionnaire for Establishments: Tour & Travel Agents/ Tourist Car Operator
(Annexure V)
Questionnaire for Establishments: Souvenir/ Handicraft Shops (Annexure VI)

Above instruments were prepared on the basis of the past experience of JPS in relation
to tourism surveys and the inputs provided by the members of the team of experts.
These were finalized after detailed discussions with Market Research Division, Dept. of
Tourism, Govt. of India. Self coded design and the prescribed code list of countries
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and Indian states were adopted for the purpose in view of the requirements of rapid
survey through personal interview. The Market Research Division, Department of
Tourism, also clarified the definition of the domestic tourist approved by the Ministry
of Tourism, Govt. of India, which given below:A domestic tourist should be taken as a person who travels within the country to a place
other than his usual place of residence and stays at hotels or other accommodation
establishments run on commercial lines or in dharamshalas /sarais/ musafirkhanas
/agrashalas /chaultry etc., for a duration of not less than 24 hours or one night and for
not more than 12 months at a time for any of the following purposes:1.
2.
3.
4.

Pleasure (holiday, leisure, sports etc.)


Pilgrimage, religious and social functions
Business, conferences and meetings, and
Study and health.

The following are not regarded as domestic tourist:1. Persons arriving, with or without, a contract to take up an occupation or engage in
activities remunerated from within the state/center.
2. Persons coming to establish more or less permanent residence in the state/center.
3. Persons visiting their home town or native place on leave or short visit for meeting
relations and friends, attending social and religious functions, etc., and stay in their
own homes or with relatives and friends and not using any sight seeing facilities.
4. Foreigners resident in India.
A complete Tabulation Plan with matrixes was prepared, which was also finalized after
detailed interaction with the client.
The Record Notes of the discussions held for the above are placed in Annexure VIII.
(b)

Details of the Instruments

Accommodation schedule. (Annexure II)


The following information has been elicited through this instrument:

Number of tourists
Types of accommodation available
Facilities available at the accommodation units
Number of bed nights
Number of domestic and foreign tourists State wise and country wise
Occupancy ratio

Based on the above, complete information on individual units of all types of


accommodation has been presented along with the number of tourists-domestic and
foreign.

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Listing Proforma (Annexure VII)

Listing Performa has been designed to estimate the distribution of number of


domestic/foreign tourists according to tourists staying in accommodation units and with
friends and relatives and the day visitors. At every center, the information is elicited
from each and every tourist in the course of the survey period (3-4 days).
(d)

Tourist Schedule (Annexure III)

This instrument has been designed to estimate the following.

Profile of the head of the household according to: Age, education qualification,
annual household income and occupation.
Profile of the tourists according to age, and sex
Expenditure related statistics
Evaluation of facilities available in each of the surveyed centers
Awareness of the tourist places of NorthEastern states and Buddhist Travel
Circuit.

4.3

Field Survey and Data Processing

(a)

Recruitment and Training of Supervisors and Investigators

Teams of investigators were appointed in each destination and the recruitment was
based on the following criteria:

Previous experience in conducting surveys.


Fluency with the local language.
Ability to converse in English.
Ability to work full time during the survey period. This minimized losses during
data transfers as also precluded the possibility of repeated trainings.
Ability to collect high quality data and edit the same

Training of the supervisors and investigators was undertaken in order to orient them on
the techniques of establishing rapport and trust with the respondent in a relaxed
atmosphere. The definition of a Tourist, as approved by Department of Tourism, Govt.
of India, was explained (Any visitor staying 24 hours or more at any tourist
accommodation should be treated as a Tourist) They were also explained the contents
of the questionnaires, its objectives and the line of enquiry. They were trained on the
sample selection and data collection techniques. Familiarization about the purpose of
survey, its objectives, the schedules for each of the target groups, tools and techniques
that would be employed for executing the survey were also undertaken.
Detailed instructions were incorporated in the relevant portions in the Questionnaire to
make it self-explanatory. In addition Instruction Manual was also provided. For the
purpose of data entry, the Questionnaires were also self coded and the prescribed
country and state codes were used.

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The Supervisors were specially instructed to oversee the work of the surveyors, assist
them in case of any problem and ensure proper coding.
Finally mock calls were conducted in the month December 2004 to make sure that the
training has been properly understood and internalized.
Survey teams were oriented to effect self checks while administering the
questionnaires. The Consultants were asked to cross check and scrutinize about 10% of
all the completed questionnaires to check the reliability of the data collected.
In addition, surprise checks were conducted by the members of the Core Team. They
observed the investigators and determined the following aspects:
(b)

Understanding of the instructions by the investigators


Genuineness of the interviews
Quality of the interview and reporting.
Scrutiny of Data, Data Entry and Tabulation

Filled in questionnaires were forwarded in a pre-planned manner to the Delhi office of


JPS Associates for data entry purposes. Appropriate templates were prepared for data
entry and subsequent checks on errors in respect of the data input. In the present case,
system analyst and Statistician supervised the entire process.
The tabulation of the data was then done in a specified format (already prepared for
'Survey of Tourists' and enclosed as annexure 'II'). The required tables were generated
according to the specified tabulation plan. For this purpose Statistical Package for
Social Survey (SPSS) was used.

4.4

Methods of Estimation

Concept
Major tourists attractions have been identified in the state. Conceptually, tourist may or
may not visit these tourist centers. With regard to social visits or visits undertaken for
professional considerations, one may expect visit to centers which are not of tourist
attraction. Particularly, in the case of tourist movements within the state or from the
neighboring states such social visits may be predominant. Therefore, the total tourists
inflow has two components namely: visits to centers of tourist attraction and visits to
other centers. Tourist visiting centers may either stay in accommodation units located
in the center or located elsewhere. All the accommodation units located within the
center (surveyed centers) have been surveyed. Monthly statistics on tourist arrival have
been generated from these accommodation units. This number is the actual number of
tourists staying in accommodation units in the center. In this manner, tourist inflows
with respect to tourist staying in accommodation units within the surveyed have been
estimated. However, there are tourists visiting these centers but staying in
accommodation units located outside the center (other centers). Therefore, to arrive at
the tourist inflow estimates in respect of the tourists visiting these tourists centers, the
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other component namely tourists inflow from tourists staying in other centers and
visiting the tourist centers were estimated.
In view of above, tourist inflow for the state will be derived through the following set
of equations
State tourist inflow = Inflow in centers visited by the tourists + Inflow in other
locations visited by the tourists
Inflow in centers visited by the tourists = f (surveyed centers, other centers linked to the
surveyed centers)
Secondary Data
NSSO has conducted economic survey of enterprises covering all the states for the
period 1998. Accommodation units have also been covered in this survey. One of the
key variables generated is employment. The statistics is generated city/ town wise.
Also, location of the accommodation units (other than the surveyed centers), where
tourist stay and visit the surveyed centers have been identified It a known fact that there
is strong relationship between number of tourists staying in accommodation units and
employment in accommodation units. We have used the observed relationship between
tourist inflow and number employed in accommodation units, to estimate tourist inflow
in accommodation units.
NSSO gives the employment for the period 1998. The employment for the period 2005
is extrapolated by taking into account compound annual average growth rate (CARG)
in SGDP at constant prices in trade hotels and restaurants between 1998 and 2005.
It has been assumed that CARG in SGDP in trade hotels and restaurants will be equal
to CARG in employment in accommodation units.
Mathematical formulation is explained below.
Tourist inflow estimates at tourist centers
Let the number of centers = n
Number of domestic tourist staying in accommodation units located in the i th center
= Ai
Number of foreign tourist staying in accommodation units located in the i th center =
Bi
Number of persons employed in accommodation units located in the i th center = X i
Number of persons employed located in accommodation units in other centers linked to
the i th center = Yi
Estimated tourist staying in accommodation units visiting the center =[ (Xi+Yi) Xi] x
Ai = Ci
Among tourist staying in accommodation units Percentage share of domestic tourists in
the i th center = ai
B

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Estimated tourist inflow of domestic tourist staying in accommodation units, visiting


the i th centre = (ai 100 ) x Ci= Di
Estimated tourist inflow of foreign tourist staying in accommodation units, visiting the i
th centre = (1- (ai 100 )) x Ci =Ei
Percentage of domestic tourist staying in accommodation units in the i th centre = bi
Percentage of foreign tourists accommodation units in the i th center =ci
Estimated domestic tourist inflow in the i th center = ( 1+ (bi 100) x Di = Fi
Estimated domestic tourist inflow in the i th center = ( 1+ (ci 100) x Ei = Gi
Number of day visitors per 100 domestic tourist inflow =ci
Number of day visitors in the i th center = (Ci 100) x Fi = Hi
Total inflow tourist in the i th center = Fi +Gi = Ji
Tourist inflow and day visitors in the i th center =Ji + Hi = Ki
Domestic tourist inflow all centers = (Fi) = F
Foreign tourist all centers = (Gi) = G
Day visitors all centers = (Hi) = H
Tourist inflow + day visitors all centers = F+G+H
Estimated tourists staying in accommodation units all centers ( Di + Ei)
Percentage of tourists staying in accommodation units all centers = (L (F+G))
x100 = M
State Level Estimates
Number of persons employed in accommodation units in the state = N
Estimated number of tourists staying in accommodation units in the state = [N
(Xi+Yi))] x (Di+ Ei) =O
Estimated Tourists inflow in the state = [1=(M 100)] x O = P
Estimated day visitors in the state = (H F) x P = Q
Tourists inflow + day visitors in the state = P+Q = R
Let the number of persons employed in the i th surveyed centre = Xi
Let the number of accommodation units in other centers linked to the i th center =Yi
Number of persons employed in the i th surveyed and other linked centers to the i th
surveyed centre = Xi+Yi
Number of persons employed in all the surveyed center and other linked centers = (
Xi+Yi) = V
Let the number of persons employed in the accommodation units for state as a whole =
Z
Tourist inflow in respect of tourists staying in accommodation units in the surveyed
centers = Ai
Estimated tourist inflow of tourists staying in accommodation units visiting the center
= [(Xi+Yi)(Xi)] x Ai
In this manner, tourist inflow of tourists staying in accommodation units visiting each
of the surveyed centers has been derived.
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Total tourist inflow of tourists staying in accommodation units visiting all surveyed
centers =
[(Xi+Yi)(Xi)] x Ai
Estimated tourist inflow of tourists staying in accommodation units for state as whole
= (C) x [Z(X+Y)]= D
Percentage of domestic tourists in the total tourist inflow staying in accommodation
units = a- (as derived from the survey)
Estimated percentage of domestic tourists staying with friends and relatives =b
derived from the survey)

- (as

Estimated percentage of foreign tourists staying with friends and relatives =c


derived from the survey)

- (as

Number of day visitors per 100 domestic tourist inflow = d - (as derived from the
survey)
Estimated domestic tourist tourists visiting the surveyed center = Tourist staying in
accommodation units x ( 1+percentage of domestic tourists staying in accommodation
units in the surveyed center
A and X are computed from the survey and Y is derived from NSSO economic survey
and the Gross state domestic product.
Let the number of domestic tourist in the i th surveyed centre = Ai
Let the percentage of domestic tourists staying in accommodation in the i th surveyed
center = ai
Estimated domestic tourist inflow in the i th surveyed center = (1+( ai 100)) x Ai
Estimated domestic tourist inflow all surveyed centres = (1+( ai 100)) x Ai = P
Let the percentage of foreign tourists staying in accommodation in the i th surveyed
center = bi
Estimated domestic tourist inflow in the i th surveyed center = (1+( bi 100)) x Bi
Estimated domestic tourist inflow all surveyed centres =c (1+( bi 100)) x Bi = Q
Total tourist inflow all centers = P+Q = R
Let the number of day visitors per 100 domestic tourists in the i th surveyed center = ci
Estimated number of day visitors in i th center = (ci 100) x (1+( ai 100)) x Ai
Estimated number of day visitors all centers = (ci 100) x (1+( ai 100)) x Ai = S
Estimated number of tourist inflow staying in accommodation unit for state as a whole
= R x[ (Z) ( X+Y)] =T
Estimated number of day visitors for state as a whole = T x (S Q) 100 = U
Total tourist + day visitors = T +U
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4.5

Assignments of Weights

These estimates are made center wise. Statistics related to income, expenditure,
occupation, education, perceptions on the infrastructure facility, visits to North eastern
region and Buddhist centers have been generated from tourists survey. These are
referred to unweighted estimates. In order to get the global estimates, the following
identity should be maintained.
Estimate of number of tourists (as derived in the preceding section) W Sample
estimate, Where, W is the weights, so determined that the above identity is maintained:Obviously, W = [Estimate of number of tourists (as derived in the preceding section)]
[sample estimates]. Each sample observation will be assigned these weights. In other
words each sample observation will be multiplied by a fixed factor (weights). Since
estimates are provided center-wise, these weights are also provided center-wise.

4.6

Estimation of Expenditure

Expenditure has been estimated in the following manner:Expenditure per month with reference to an individual tourist = Expenditure per day
number of nights stay. Let this be denoted by X.
Summation of X, over all tourists gives the sample estimate. The weighted sum will
give the global estimates.

4.7

Sample Size

The total sample size at the state level for various survey instruments is as follows.
Survey of Tourist Accommodation Unit-6538, Questionnaire for Tourists - 10591,
Listing Performa-19455, Questionnaire for Restaurants 888, Questionnaire for Tour
and Travel Agents / Tourists Car Operator 240, Questionnaire for Handicraft Shops
384
Day visitors are not considered as tourist. Separate estimates have been provided
in respect of the tourist inflow and the number of day visitors. However, other
related statistics are derived for tourists only. Consequently, sample size in respect
of Questionnaires for Tourists as indicated above, refer to number of tourists and
excludes day visitors

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CHAPTER- 5
ESTIMATION OF TOURIST ARRIVALS IN EACH TOURIST PLACE
In this chapter, tourist arrivals in different centers and the tourist inflow for state as a
whole have been estimated. Also, the estimates of the foreign and domestic tourist
inflow have been computed. Further, breakup according to the tourist staying in
accommodation units and with friends and relatives at different centers have been
estimated. With regard to tourist staying in accommodation units, the distribution
according to the type of tourists have been analyzed.

5.1

Tourist Inflow Demand Theoretical Framework

Concept
Major tourists attractions have been identified in the state. Conceptually, tourist may
or may not visit these tourists. With regard to social visits or visits undertaken for
professional considerations, one may expect visit to centers which are not of tourist
attraction. Particularly, in the case of tourist movements within the state or from the
neighboring states such social visits may be predominant. Therefore, the total tourists
inflow has two components namely: visits to centers of tourist attraction and visits to
other centers. Tourist visiting centers may either stay in accommodation units located
in the center or located elsewhere. All the accommodation units located within the
center (surveyed centers) have been surveyed. Monthly statistics on tourist arrival
have been generated from these accommodation units. This number is the actual
number of tourists staying in accommodation units in the center. In this manner,
tourist inflows with respect to tourist staying in accommodation units within the
surveyed have been estimated. However, there are tourists visiting these centers but
staying in accommodation units located outside the center (other centers). Therefore,
to arrive at the tourist inflow estimates in respect of the tourists visiting these tourists
centers, the other component namely tourists inflow from tourists staying in other
centers and visiting the tourist centers were estimated.
In view of above, tourist inflow for the state will be derived through the following set
of equations
State tourist inflow = Inflow in centers visited by the tourists + Inflow in other
locations visited by the tourists
Tourists Inflow in centers visited by the tourists = number of tourists staying in
accommodation units located in the center + Number of tourists staying in other
locations linked to the center + tourists staying with friends and relatives
Method of estimation
NSSO has conducted economic survey of enterprises covering all the states for the
period 1998. Accommodation units have also been covered in this survey. One of the
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key variables generated is employment. The statistics is generated city/ town wise.
Also, location of the accommodation units (other than the surveyed centers),where
tourist stay and visit the surveyed centres have been identified. It is a known fact
that there is strong relationship between number of tourists staying in accommodation
units and employment in accommodation units. We have used the observed
relationship between tourists inflow and number employed in accommodation units,
to estimate tourist inflow in accommodation units.
NSSO gives the employment for the period 1998. The employment for the period
2005 is extrapolated by taking into account compound annual average growth rate
(CARG) in SGDP at constant prices in trade hotels and restaurants between 1998
and 2005. It has been assumed that CARG in SGDP in trade hotels and restaurants
will be equal to CARG in employment in accommodation units
Based on the surveyed accommodation units located in the tourist centers,
employment norms generated from surveyed accommodation units and 1998
economic census conducted by NSSO and parameters derived from the survey of
tourists visiting the centers, the following have been estimated.

Domestic tourist inflow visiting the surveyed centers


Foreign tourist inflow visiting the surveyed centers
Incidence of day visitors in each of the surveyed centers
Among the domestic tourists, percentage of tourists staying in accommodation
and percentage staying with friends and relatives, in respect of each of the
surveyed centers
Among the domestic and foreign tourists, percentage of tourists staying in
accommodation units and staying with friends and relatives, in respect of each of
the surveyed centers
Tourist inflow for state as a whole
Incidence of day visitors for state as a whole

For mathematical formulations refer to section 4.4 of Chapter 4.


Results
Table 5.1: Center-wise tourist inflow and Day visitors
Reference period: Yearly
Centre

Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarhi National
Park
Pench National Park

Domestic
Foreign
Tourist inflow Tourist inflow

All tourist
inflow

Day visitors

Tourist
Inflow & DV

1074842
17341
213681
262436
22170

11834
2500
692
3093
4652

1086679
19843
214374
265527
26821

622383
13411
50044
67659
3569

1709062
33254
264418
333186
30390

6256

2195

8451

2788

11239

20587

1101

21686

6629

28315

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Centre

Domestic
Foreign
Tourist inflow Tourist inflow

Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Sivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
All Centers

222585
57350
83286
87544
483874
84619
3532
396511
69476
46104
52601
186973
72053
3463822

1388
372
81447
59716
7909
108
42
905
252
2077
189
709
40
181194

All tourist
inflow

Day visitors

Tourist
Inflow & DV

223972
57721
164736
147259
491783
84728
3574
397416
69728
48181
52792
187682
72092
3645046

271401
31846
27909
40369
431895
110981
3110
68632
9858
15334
23493
69619
7940
1878870

495373
89567
192645
187628
923678
195709
6684
466048
79586
63515
76285
257301
80032
5523916

Table 5.2: Percentage Distribution of the Tourists Inflow among Domestic and
Foreign tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Centre
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur
Kanha National Park
Bandhvagarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Sivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
All Centers

Domestic
Foreign
All tourist
Tourist inflow Tourist inflow inflow
98.91
87.39
99.68
98.84
82.66
74.03
94.93
99.38
99.36
50.56
59.45
98.39
99.87
98.82
99.77
99.64
95.69
99.64
99.62
99.95
95.03

1.09
12.61
0.32
1.16
17.34
25.97
5.07
0.62
0.64
49.44
40.55
1.61
0.13
1.18
0.23
0.36
4.31
0.36
0.38
0.05
4.97

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

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No. of day visitors


per 100 domestic
tourists
69.7
88.4
26.3
17.6
9.6
33.1
22.3
107.4
38.2
19.6
30.4
105.5
145.8
83.8
16.8
15.2
32.5
50.6
41.5
14.8
45.1
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For all centers, share of domestic tourists is 95%.


Share of foreign tourists is relatively high in Orcha (41%), Khajuraho (49%) and
Bandhvagarh National Park (26%).
For all centers, there were 45-day visitors per 100 domestic tourists. Incidence of
day visitors was comparatively high in Shivpuri (146), Amarkantak (107) and
Gwalior (106).

Table 5.3: State Tourist Inflow


Reference period: Yearly
Tourist visiting the centers Other Locations State Total
3645048
70%

1546267
30%

5213481
100%

Table 5.4: Incidence of Day visitors at state level


Reference period: Yearly
Day Visitors

Day Visitors & Tourists combined

2690740

7904221

5.2

Distribution of Tourists according to place of stay

Table 5.5: Distribution of No. of tourist visits according to place of stay among
Domestic tourists and percentage of Day visitors
Reference period: Yearly
Centres

Column 1
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri

Percentage distribution
Friends &
All
Accommodation units
Relatives
Column 4
Column 2
Column 2
Column 3
Column 3
80.9
19.1
100.0
81.6
18.4
100.0
96.3
3.7
100.0
80.4
19.6
100.0
80.9
19.1
100.0
77.3
22.7
100.0
98.5
1.5
100.0
83.3
16.7
100.0
95.9
4.1
100.0
93.7
6.3
100.0
92.8
7.2
100.0
91.6
8.5
100.0
90.4
9.6
100.0

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Centres
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Percentage distribution
Friends &
Accommodation units
Relatives
95.4
4.6
80.2
19.8
86.8
13.2
93.2
6.8
93.2
6.8
94.4
5.6
88.4
11.6
88.7
11.3

All
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

For all centers, 89% of the domestic tourists stayed in accommodation units
Percentage of domestic tourists staying in accommodation units was 95% and
above in Pench national park (99%), Chitrakoot (96%) and Chanderi (95%).
Percentage of domestic tourists staying in accommodation units was less than or
equal to 80% in Jabalpur/Bhedaghat (80%), Bandhavgarh national park (77%),
and Indore (80%).

Table 5.6: Distribution of number of foreign tourists according to place of stay


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Column 1

Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Percentage Distribution
Accommodation unit Friends & Relatives
Column 2
Column 3

100.0
100.0
95.4
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
99.4
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
99.5

All
Column 4

0.0
0.0
5.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

Close to cent percent of foreign tourists stayed in accommodation units

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Only in Pacmarhi, stay in accommodation units was less than 100%. In this center,
95% of foreign tourists stayed in accommodation units and balance 5% stayed
with friends and relatives.

Table 5.7: Distribution of No. of tourists according to place of stay: all tourists
(Domestic and Foreign combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Percentage distribution
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Accommodation
unit
84.0
87.6
96.3
82.1
94.7
92.7
89.0
83.8
96.8
97.4
95.9
91.6
88.6
94.9
75.7
83.6
93.1
93.1
94.8
85.6
88.3

Friends &
Relatives
18.8
14.0
4.3
18.3
16.9
13.5
1.2
17.5
3.9
4.2
4.9
8.6
9.8
4.8
21.6
13.7
6.2
6.8
5.3
11.9
12.0

All
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

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Table 5.8: Center wise, month wise distribution of Domestic Tourists Inflow
Center
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
All Centers

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
97103 92051 98388 85233 82992 92989 111170 26261 74993 112249 85421 115991 1074841
3981
399
1518
1213
740
499
216
776
5104
1802
782
311
17341
13519 18508 18680 14267 15706 29424 15746 21880 11844 22589 16342 15175 213680
19332
9077
11987 16790 19798 23259
0
35006 35647 23958 11819 10242 216915
1399
1040
1666
2502
2733
2693
0
0
0
5327
2512
2299
22171
148
800
245
533
837
893
0
0
0
1951
387
462
6256
0
929
1519
859
449
1537
675
1185
621
9198
2042
1572
20586
12823
4458
10123
8354
13581 38487 24677 37870 20055 27458 15921
8778
222585
5956
5986
5592
1569
1835
2142
2221
5451
3651
7989
8620
6339
57351
7406
7480
6911
2132
3492
2330
3770
4051
2263
15895 13933 13622
83285
4237
14073
3421
4672
2830
3809
5730
5264
4538
12745 13856 12369
87544
47499 47175 37373 28076 30175 32910 113178 34704 30271 29574 31786 21153 483874
15235 11622
6278
6262
7688
6435
4970
6840
4115
3835
5366
5973
84619
0
305
341
424
421
273
169
244
207
364
327
457
3532
17543 30980 26378 58400 38290 34592 28844 30264 27404 34810 33882 35124 396511
3461
4781
3521
10252
6445
6422
6489
4045
5267
7967
5535
5291
69476
2283
2472
1985
5851
3210
5116
2990
2565
4689
5839
5474
3631
46105
4021
3621
3698
4116
3405
5309
3530
4276
4468
7106
5998
3053
52601
5011
6590
6298
13615 17042 22292 12721 18508 17580 26554 22615 18148 186974
0
4061
2254
3856
4690
4911
3701
3260
32928
4703
4054
3635
72053
260958 266408 248175 268975 256360 316321 386318 242451 285646 361913 286672 283628 3463825

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Table 5.9: Center wise, month wise distribution of Foreign Tourists Inflow
Center
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
All Centers

Jan
Feb
Mar Apr May Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
2956 1521
930
749 179 358 721
75
416
355
663
137
444 107
10
138
41
138
415
143
0
0
68
66
0
0
0
50
859
0
552 1453 76
0
12
240
275
1305 782 1201 849
152
92
697
357 549 348
0
0
0
76
0
107 229
0
0
0
746
289
275
0
0
0
0
59
19
74
73
0
58
17
6
1
0
1
17917 16415 16937 1643 1770 1887 3130 12198 4341
8538 13328 9333 3577 1512 1730 5158 8272 5419
4108 2432
507
0
43
97
369
144
112
47
28
10
0
0
8
0
11
5
0
2
16
0
3
0
6
8
7
13
177
67
378
19
17
17
29
22
26
21
8
105
9
11
14
0
7
1511
360
97
42
0
0
0
0
53
41
32
84
33
0
0
0
0
0
121
203
167
202
0
16
0
0
0
0
30
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
37310 36943 30646 8922 7037 5713 9554 20837 10552

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Oct
1942
98
0
0
0
0
566
0
6
3691
1869
14
0
0
2
5
0
0
0
0
8193

Nov
1033
0
0
33
0
0
123
0
110
746
980
18
0
0
141
23
14
0
0
5
3226

Dec
955
369
0
28
0
0
0
0
26
772
0
65
0
0
23
23
0
0
0
0
2261

Total
11835
2500
692
3063
4652
2195
1101
1388
372
81447
59716
7909
109
42
905
252
2077
190
709
40
181194

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Table 5.10: Center wise, month wise distribution of day visitors


Center
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
All Centers

Jan
59816
4985
2258
23818
932
24
0
3449
14163
6651
6444
22467
53383
0
3438
2260
105
4552
2455
0
211200

Feb
16477
75
241
6054
0
2200
260
1043
2885
2491
9851
89915
0
0
19548
1406
675
2585
2194
2031
159931

Mar
7379
322
1700
3093
122
19
0
3918
1208
2543
664
13940
3258
209
4089
0
486
1124
2173
137
46384

Apr
19859
285
2097
9436
548
171
83
1813
344
1499
2654
76198
2135
108
11038
1312
2925
2116
4520
393
139534

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May
9793
319
3518
851
118
0
66
13581
540
841
682
23084
12924
524
2183
245
722
691
5130
272
76084

Jun
123396
847
7091
2535
54
87
289
82478
428
529
1211
22245
4595
507
1799
308
1663
2373
6554
236
259225

Jul
79709
218
3669
0
0
0
113
32894
551
886
1576
85902
5482
248
1356
143
828
1140
3791
126
218632

Aug
24633
848
6477
10362
0
0
229
46542
1107
1082
1279
23286
5698
259
3420
663
667
1231
6829
284
134896

Sep
8849
2200
2653
1533
0
0
92
20055
1073
545
1094
23157
6917
258
1562
200
1055
907
5292
1910
79352

Oct
79248
2056
7884
4911
0
0
4562
29929
2365
3036
3505
21560
5623
386
6231
1307
1909
2963
10303
870
188648

Nov
65518
857
5703
2423
836
158
484
25060
3664
3065
5806
16497
5918
273
6065
908
2534
2495
11104
750
160118

Dec
127706
399
6753
2643
959
129
451
10639
3518
4741
5603
13644
5048
338
7903
1106
1765
1316
9274
931
204866

Total
622383
13411
50044
67659
3569
2788
6629
271401
31846
27909
40369
431895
110981
3110
68632
9858
15334
23493
69619
7940
1878870

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Table 5.11: Month-wise tourist inflow and day visitors in the state of Madhya Pradesh
Domestic
Tourist inflow

Foreign
Tourist inflow

Total
Tourist Inflow

Day Visitors

Total:
Tourist inflow and
day visitors combined

January

399756

57151

456907

362466

819373

February

402057

55753

457810

241366

699176

March

354913

43827

398740

66322

465062

April

378479

12556

391035

146247

537282

May

353335

9700

363035

104865

467900

June

447906

8090

455996

367078

823074

July

564896

14017

578913

323090

902003

August

342504

29436

371940

190565

562505

September

399299

14752

414051

110924

524975

October

501615

11356

512971

261376

774347

November

394190

4435

398625

220172

618797

December

410190

3268

413458

296269

709727

Total

4949141

264340

5213481

2690740

7904221

Month

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5.3

Distribution of Tourists staying in Accommodation Units according to type of accommodation

Table 5.12:- Percentage Distribution of Domestic tourists staying in Accommodation units according to type of accommodation
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Starred
Hotel
7.4
15.2
11.5
20.6
13.1
11.6
12.2
8.0
8.6
25.0
18.2
9.3
4.6
8.0
18.5
6.6
24.2
7.9
11.7
8.5
11.1

Un
Starred
Hotel
66.8
20.5
76.8
74.0
76.9
53.1
60.8
23.9
9.0
42.0
23.7
78.4
49.8
91.2
71.9
89.9
52.4
53.4
8.9
81.1
65.8

Heritage
1.7
4.3
0.0
2.4
8.0
29.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.1
0.2
0.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
3.4
0.7
0.0
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Percentage Distribution
Guest House/
Youth
Dormitory
Rest Houses/
Hostels/
Tourist Bungalow YMCA etc
1.7
0.9
0.3
27.3
0.0
0.0
8.7
0.0
0.0
1.8
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
6.3
0.0
0.0
23.7
0.0
3.2
55.2
0.1
0.0
30.3
3.4
0.0
28.2
0.1
0.0
36.0
0.9
0.0
4.4
1.2
0.0
41.3
0.7
0.0
0.1
0.8
0.0
3.9
0.5
0.0
1.6
0.0
0.3
9.0
0.1
0.0
30.8
0.0
0.0
38.2
0.0
0.0
7.6
0.0
2.7
7.8
0.7
0.3

Dharmsala

Others

All

6.9
0.0
3.0
1.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
7.0
48.7
2.6
21.0
5.8
3.5
0.0
5.2
1.1
13.5
4.1
40.5
0.0
7.2

14.2
32.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.9
0.4
0.0
0.0
5.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

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For all centers, 66% of the domestic tourists stayed in un starred accommodation units. Around 11% stayed in starred accommodation units
Incidence of stay in starred accommodation units was comparatively high in Khajuraho (25%), Mandu (24%) and Jabalpur/Bhedaghat (21%)
Incidence of stay in un starred accommodation units was relatively high in Ujjain (90%), Burhanpur (81%) and Chanderi (91%)
Percentage of domestic tourists staying in guest house/rest house /tourists was comparatively high in Amaarkamtak (55%), Shivpuri (41%),
Orchha (36%), Omkareshwar (38%) and Maheshwar (31%).
In the following centers a sizable proportion of domestic tourists stayed in dharamshala : Chitrakoot (49%), Omkareshwar (41%), and
Orchha (21%).
Table 5.13: Percentage Distribution of foreign tourists staying in Accommodation units according to type of accommodation
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore

Starred
Hotel

Un Starred
Hotel

Heritage

19.6
18.1
7.8
59.0
0.0
4.8
0.0
0.0
5.8
48.0
25.8
20.6
0.0
0.0
52.6

63.0
24.3
81.0
39.3
84.0
55.4
54.8
37.7
13.3
45.7
44.1
76.0
100.0
100.0
44.6

10.3
0.0
0.0
1.3
14.5
37.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.7
4.2
3.4
0.0
0.0
0.0

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Percentage Distribution
Guest House/
Youth Hostels/
Rest Houses/
YMCA etc
Tourist Bungalow
2.2
1.4
39.3
0.0
11.1
0.0
0.5
0.0
1.0
0.5
2.7
0.0
45.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
77.5
2.2
5.5
0.0
26.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.5

Dormitory

Dharmsala

Others

All

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
62.3
1.4
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.3

2.5
18.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
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Centres
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Starred
Hotel

Un Starred
Hotel

Heritage

7.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
27.6

92.6
56.9
0.0
72.6
95.8
53.0

0.0
0.0
60.0
0.0
0.0
7.9

Percentage Distribution
Guest House/
Youth Hostels/
Rest Houses/
YMCA etc
Tourist Bungalow
0.0
0.0
20.7
0.0
40.0
0.0
27.4
0.0
4.2
0.0
9.9
0.2

Dormitory

Dharmsala

Others

All

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
22.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

For all centers, 28% of the domestic tourists stayed in starred accommodation units and 53% stayed in un starred accommodation units.
Percentage of foreign tourists staying in heritage hotels and guest house/ rest house /tourist bungalow was 8 and 10 respectively.
Percentage of foreign tourists staying in starred accommodation units was comparatively high in Jabalpur/ Bhedagaat (59%), Khjuraho
(48%) and Indore (53%).
Incidence of stay in unstarreed accommodation units was relatively high in Pachmarhi (81%), Gwalior (76%), Ujjain (93%) and Burhanpur
(96%).
Percentage of foreign tourists staying in guest house / rest house/ tourists bungalow was sizeable in Sanchi (39%), Chitrakoot (78%), Pench
national park (45%) and Maheshwar (40%)

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Table 5.14: Percentage Distribution of total tourists (domestic and foreign combined) staying in Accommodation units according to type
of accommodation
Reference period: Yearly
Centres

Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Starred
Hotel

Un Starred
Hotel

Heritage

7.5
16.0
11.5
21.2
11.5
10.7
11.9
8.0
8.6
33.6
20.5
9.5
4.6
7.9
18.6
6.6
23.4
7.9
11.6
8.5
11.9

66.7
21.5
76.8
73.5
77.8
53.1
58.0
23.9
9.0
43.6
30.6
78.5
49.9
91.3
71.8
89.9
52.7
53.3
9.5
81.1
66.0

1.9
3.1
0.0
2.4
8.8
30.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.5
1.4
0.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
3.5
0.7
0.0
1.6

Percentage Distribution
Guest House/
Youth Hostels/
Rest Houses/
YMCA etc
Tourist Bungalow
1.7
1.0
29.8
0.0
8.7
0.0
1.8
0.0
1.0
1.0
5.6
0.0
20.1
0.0
55.0
0.1
30.7
3.4
19.7
0.0
32.6
0.6
4.3
1.2
41.3
0.7
0.1
0.7
3.9
0.5
1.6
0.0
9.4
0.1
30.9
0.0
38.1
0.0
7.6
0.0
7.9
0.6

Dormit
ory

Dharmsala

Others

All

0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.7
0.3

6.9
0.0
3.0
1.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
7.2
48.3
1.6
14.3
5.6
3.5
0.0
5.2
1.1
13.6
4.0
40.1
0.0
6.9

14.1
29.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.8
0.4
0.0
0.0
4.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

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CHAPTER 6
PROFILE OF TOURISTS AND STATISTICS RELATED TO
TRAVEL DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
In this section, profile of domestic and foreign tourists in terms of education,
household income, occupation, age and sex have been analyzed. Also, number of
night stay and statistics related to package tours and main purpose of visits have been
presented.

6.1

Classification According to Level of Education

Table 6.1: Percentage distribution of tourists according to the level of Education


of Head of the household: domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists for the
state of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Level of Education
No Education
Secondary / Upper secondary
Technical Education
Higher Education
All

Domestic
Tourists
6.4
39.7
41.3
12.6
100.0

Percentage Distribution
Foreign
All Tourists (Domestic
Tourists
and Foreign combined)
1.7
6.3
16.6
39.1
54.0
41.6
27.7
13.0
100.0
100.0

Among domestic tourists, 40% had read upto secondary/upper secondary and 41%
had technical education
In respect of the foreign tourists 54% had technical education and 28% had higher
education

6.2

Classification According to Age

Table 6.2: Percentage distribution of the tourists according to age


Reference period: Yearly
Classification of Tourist by Age

Age Group
Upto 15
16-25

Domestic
Male
Female
3.6
5.8

Male
1.5

Foreign
Female
1.9

Male
3.5

Total
Female
5.5

12.3

20.5

10.5

18.4

12.2

20.3

26-40

58.5

61.7

69.9

70.9

59.1

62.5

41-60

24.6

10.9

16.5

8.9

24.2

10.7

Above 60

0.9

1.1

1.5

1.0

1.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

All

100.0

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6.3

In respect of domestic tourists, both in the case of males and females, majority
belonged to the age group 26-40 years and the relevant percentage was 59 and 62
respectively.
Among foreign tourists, both in the case of males and females, around 70 percent
belonged to the age group 26-40 years.
Trends at the aggregate level was similar to what was observed for domestic
tourists.

Classification According to Sex

Table 6.3: Percentage distribution of tourists according to sex


Reference period: Yearly
Sex
Male
Female
All

6.4

Domestic Tourist
74.6
25.4
100.0

Foreign Tourist
69.7
30.3
100.0

All Tourist
75.8
24.2
100.0

Percentage of males among domestic and foreign tourists was 75 and 70


respectively.

Classification According to Occupation

Table 6.4: Percentage distribution of tourists according to occupation of the head


of the household: domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists for the state of
Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly

Occupation
Business/ industrialist / Trader / Petty
shopkeeper
Professional (Private Enterprise: Chartered
Accountant, Cost Accountant, Doctor,
Lawyer, Engineer, Consultant, Proprietor
of the firm/institute etc.)
Government service
Private service
Agriculture
Student/Researcher
Housewife
Retired
Others (Specify)
All

Percentage Distribution
All Tourists
Domestic
Foreign
(Domestic and
Tourists
Tourists
Foreign combined)
25.7

13.8

25.3

12.2

23.9

12.6

14.6
31.0
4.7
6.5
2.0
1.3
1.9
100.0

26.4
21.8
1.8
7.6
0.9
0.4
3.3
100.0

14.9
30.7
4.7
6.6
2.0
1.3
2.0
100.0

Among domestic tourists, 31% were in private service and 26% in business.
Among foreign tourists, 26% were in government service. Also a sizeable
proportion was in professional services (23%) and private services (21%).

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6.5

Classification According to Household Income

Table 6.5: Distribution of domestic tourists according to annual household


income for the state of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Annual Household Income (Rs.)
Less than equal to 60,000
60,000 1,00,000
1,00,000-2,00,000
2,00,000-5,00,000
Above 5,00,000
All

Percentage Distribution
22.1
39.9
29.3
6.9
1.7
100.0

In respect of the domestic tourists, 40% belonged to the household income group
Rs. 60,000-1,00,000 and another 29% belonged to the group Rs. 1,00,00-2,00,000

Table 6.6: Distribution of foreign tourists according to annual household income


for the state of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Annual Household Income ($)
Upto 15,000
15,000 35,000
35,000 50,000
50,000 70,000
70,000 1,80,000
Above 1,80,000
All

Percentage Distribution
35.3
32.9
11.7
8.0
5.5
6.6
100.0

Among foreign tourists, 35% belonged to the annual household group


below$15000 and another 33% belonged to the group $15000-$35000

Table 6.7: Average annual household income (Rs.) per Domestic tourist
according to the place of stay for the state of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Statistics Generated

Accommodation units

Staying with friends


and relatives

All

Average Household Income

122465.0

119878.7

121772.5

Average annual household income per domestic tourist is estimated as Rs.


1,21,773

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Table 6.8: Average annual household income ($) per foreign tourist for the state
of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Statistics Generated
Average Household Income

6.6

Amount ($)
86800

Annual household income per foreign tourist is estimated as $86,800

Purpose of Visit

Table 6.9: Percentage Distribution of Tourists according to main purpose of


visit: domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists for the state of Madhya
Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Main Purpose of visit
Cultural activities
Resorts (beaches, hills etc.)
Wildlife
Visiting friends and relatives
Business and professional
Health and treatment
Social / Religious functions
Pilgrimage
Education
Conference
Employment
Sports
Others

Domestic
Tourists
29.6
17.2
6.9
7.7
20.5
6.9
3.5
11.2
2.0
0.7
0.8
0.2
3.2

Percentage distribution
Foreign
All tourists (Domestic
Tourists
and Foreign combined)
73.2
30.9
20.1
17.3
14.1
7.1
2.5
7.5
0.9
20.1
1.0
6.7
0.1
3.4
6.3
11.0
0.4
2.0
0.0
0.6
0.0
0.7
0.0
0.2
2.5
3.2

In respect of domestic tourists major reasons were: cultural activities as revealed


by 30% of the tourists and business and professional (21%)
In respect of the foreign tourists main reason was cultural activities as indicated
by 73% of the foreign tourists.

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Distribution According to Purpose of visits

35
30

Percentage

25
20
15
10

6.7

purpose of visit

Others

Sports

Conference

Education

Pilgrimage

Social / Religious functions

Health

Business

Visiting friends & relatives

Wildlife

Resorts

Cultural activities

Employment

Package tour

Table 6.10: Percentage of respondents who have availed of package tour:


domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Statistics Generated

Domestic
Tourists

Foreign
Tourists

All tourists (Domestic and


Foreign combined)

Percentage of tourists availing of


package tour

3.6

3.7

3.5

Only a small percentage of domestic tourists and foreign tourists availed of


package tour. In either case the relevant percentage was 4.

Table 6.11: Percentage of respondents who have availed of different types of


travel arrangement: domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Travel Arrangements
Percentage of tourists: self
Percentage of tourists: office /
employer
Percentage of tourists: travel agents
Percentage of tourists: travel operators
Others
All

Domestic
Tourists
88.5

Foreign
Tourists
80.0

All tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
88.5

8.5

9.2

8.5

1.7
0.6
0.8
100.0

9.5
0.6
0.8
100.0

1.8
0.6
0.8
100.0

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6.8

High percentage of domestic (89%) as well as foreign (80%) tourists made their
own travel plan

Number of Nights Stay

Table 6.12: Percentage distribution of Tourists according to number of nights


stay in accommodation units: domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Type of Tourists

Percentage Distribution according to number of night stay


1
2
3
4-5
6-10
Above 10
All
0.5
50.5
22.3
17.5
8.2
1.0
100.0
0.1
31.3
26.4
28.5
10.3
3.3
100.0

Domestic Tourists
Foreign Tourists
All Tourists (Domestic
and Foreign combined)

0.5

49.8

22.2

17.9

8.4

1.2

100.0

In the case of domestic tourists, around 50% stayed for 2 nights


Among foreign tourists, 31% stayed for 2nights, 26% for 3 nights and 29% for 4-5
nights
Distribution According to Num ber of Nights stay
60

percentage

50
40
30
20
10
0
1 Nights

2 Nights

3 Nights

4-5
Nights

6-10
Nights

Above 10
Nights

No. of night stay

Table 6.13: Average No. of Night stay per respondent in accommodation unit:
domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Statistics Generated
Average number of night stay

Domestic
Tourists
2.9

Foreign
Tourists
4.1

All Tourists (Domestic and


Foreign combined)
3.0

Average number of night stay per domestic and foreign tourists is estimated as 2.9
and 4.1 respectively.

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CHAPTER 7
TRENDS IN TOURIST EXPENDITURE
In this chapter Trends in Expenditure incurred by the tourists in the course of the
visits have been analyzed. For purpose of analysis the items of expenditure have been
classified according to standard norms.

7.1

Tourist Expenditure within the center

Table 7.1: Percentage distribution of tourist expenditure on different items of


expenditure: domestic tourists, foreign tourists, all tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Items of expenditure
Accommodation Services
Food and Beverage Serving Services
Transport Equipment Rental (Hired
taxi/car/jeep/tractor)
Travel agencies and similar
Other Recreational and
Entertainment Services
Clothing and Garments
Processed food
Tobacco products
Alcohol
Durable goods
Footwear
Toiletries
Gems and Jewellery
Medicines and Health Related items
Printing and Publishing
All

Domestic
Tourists
31.2
23.5

Foreign
Tourists
30.9
21.3

All Tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
31.2
23.1

13.4

9.4

13.0

1.4

5.8

1.5

0.8

0.4

0.8

7.1
3.8
1.0
1.0
2.1
1.2
0.5
11.6
0.5
1.1
100.0

4.8
4.0
1.2
1.7
1.9
0.7
0.6
16.2
0.2
1.0
100.0

7.0
3.7
1.0
1.0
2.1
1.2
0.4
12.7
0.5
1.1
100.0

In respect of domestic tourists, major items of expenditure are Accommodation


services and food and beverage serving services. Former accounted for 31% of the
total expenditure and latter accounted for 24% of the total expenditure
In respect of foreign tourists, major items of expenditure are Accommodation
services and food and beverage serving services. Former accounted for 31% of the
total expenditure and latter accounted for 21% of the total expenditure

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Distribution of Expenditure Across items: All Tourists


A cco mmo datio n Services
Fo o d and B everage Serving
Services
Transpo rt Equipment Rental
(Hired taxi/car/jeep/tracto r)
Travel agencies and similar

1.1

2.1

0.4
1.2

12.7

0.5

Other Recreatio nal & ent.


A ctivities
Clo thing & Garments

31.2

P ro cessed fo o d

3.7

To bacco pro ducts


A lco ho l
Durable go o ds

Fo o twear
To iletries
Gems & Jewellery

0.8
23.1
1.5

M edicines and Health


Related items
P rinting and P ublishing

13

Table 7.2: Average expenditure per tourist per day: domestic tourists, foreign
tourists, all tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Statistics Generated
Average expenditure per tourist per day

Domestic
Tourists
778

Foreign
Tourists
1657

All Tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
813

Average expenditure per day per domestic and foreign tourist is estimated as Rs.
778 and Rs. 1657 respectively.

Table 7.3: Total annual tourist expenditure: (Rs. Lacs)


Reference period: Yearly
Type of Tourists
Domestic Tourists
Foreign Tourists
All Tourists

Amount
93,028
8,482
1,01,510

Annual tourists expenditure for domestic tourists, foreign tourists and all tourists
is estimated as Rs. 93,028 lacs, Rs. 8,482 lacs and Rs. 1,01,510 lacs respectively.

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7.2

Tourist Expenditure Prior to Entering the center Percentage


Distribution

Table 7.4: Expenditure incurred for this trip prior to entering the center
Reference period: Yearly
Items of expenditure
Accommodation Services
Food and Beverage Serving Services
Transport Equipment Rental (Hired
taxi/car/jeep/tractor)
Travel agencies and similar
Other Recreational and
Entertainment Services
Clothing and Garments
Processed food
Tobacco products
Alcohol
Durable goods
Footwear
Toiletries
Gems and Jewellery
Medicines and Health Related items
Printing and Publishing
Passenger Transport Service
ALL

Domestic
Tourists
24.5
17.9
16.4

Foreign
Tourists
30.9
24.5
7.6

All Tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
25.7
18.5
15.5

0.2
0.1

2.4
0.1

0.3
0.1

1.7
4.6
2.1
0.7
0.3
1.1
5.4
0.1
0.0
0.6
24.4
100.0

1.4
4.5
1.4
3.5
6.3
0.3
0.6
1.6
0.1
0.7
14.0
100.0

1.6
4.6
2.0
0.9
0.8
1.0
5.2
0.4
0.0
0.6
22.8
100.0

With regard to the domestic tourists, major items of expenditure incurred prior to
the trip was on accommodation services (25%) and passenger transport services
(24%)
In respect of foreign tourists major items of expenditure was on accommodation
services (31%) and food and beverage serving services (25%)

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Table 7.5: Average Expenditure per tourist incurred for this trip prior to
entering the center
Reference period: Yearly
Items of expenditure
Accommodation Services
Food and Beverage Serving Services
Transport Equipment Rental (Hired
taxi/car/jeep/tractor)
Travel agencies and similar
Other Recreational and
Entertainment Services
Clothing and Garments
Processed food
Tobacco products
Alcohol
Durable goods
Footwear
Toiletries
Gems and Jewellery
Medicines and Health Related items
Printing and Publishing
Passenger Transport Service
ALL

Domestic
Tourists
393.1
276.2

Foreign
Tourists
1396.1
1346.9

All Tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
403.6
288.2

198.6

431.3

201.7

78.6

209.7

84.5

14.9

63.1

15.2

159.5
59.8
38.9
129.0
80.7
118.2
233.5
111.8
26.4
15.8
304.2
2240

200.1
229.7
108.9
376.3
453.6
75.9
48.5
75.0
21.1
25.6
454.6
5516

159.0
61.6
39.6
154.5
108.2
131.1
232.3
104.4
26.6
15.7
301.4
2323

Average expenditure incurred per tourist prior to entering the center is estimated
as Rs.2240 for domestic tourists and Rs 5516 for foreign tourists.

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CHAPTER 8
SURVEY OF ACCOMMODATION UNITS AND ESTABLISHMENTS
In this chapter, the survey results of accommodation units and establishments have
been presented. The surveyed establishments include restaurants, tour & travel agents/
tourist car operator and souvenir/handicraft shops.
The statistics relating to tourists staying in accommodation units and the employment
statistics with reference to accommodation units have been analyzed. In particular,
number of tourists and the bed night spent have been presented. The trends among
domestic tourists from different states and foreign tourists from different countries
have been analyzed. Also, employment statistics according to standard classification
have been presented and the employment trends for different categories of hotels have
also been analyzed. In respect of establishments, the employment norms have been
derived.
Survey of Accommodation units

8.1

Number of Tourists and Bed Nights Spent

Table 8.1: Annual statistics of Domestic and Foreign Tourists staying in


Accommodation units
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

No. of Guest Checked in


Indian
Foreign
303988
3869
2846
1032
42492
171
72627
1181
13937
2464
4612
1598
3357
347
17274
62
33570
226
19922
15792
11194
5927
65266
1380
18875
23
3135
37
133553
367
55880
244
6112
243
5519
10
14157
130
29420
46
857732
35145

Total No. of Bad Nights spent


Indian
Foreign
785280
13247
6603
3229
104123
402
149160
3530
32142
6656
10144
4102
6937
696
46582
211
92768
644
75653
61533
30143
19654
183236
9445
44958
28
6141
44
246005
716
96860
458
15438
752
13780
34
32440
314
47946
85
2026336
125779

Number of domestic and foreign tourists checking in accommodation units was


857732 and 35145 respectively.
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Number of bed nights spent by domestic and foreign tourists in accommodation


units was 2026336 and units was 125779 respectively.

8.2

Number of Tourists and Bed Nights Spent: Trends among


Domestic Tourists from different States

Table 8.2: Annual statistics of Domestic Tourists from the States: Andhra
Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh and Gujarat
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Kanha
National Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench National
Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All
Centers

Andhra Pradesh
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
3848
10273
39
100
424
1207

Assam

Bihar

1047
12
46

Bed
Nights
spent
2760
18
119

No. of
Tourists

4329
22
860

Bed
Nights
spent
10966
48
2248

No. of
Tourists

Chhattisgarh
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
8420
21978
153
346
2928
6334

Gujarat
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
4441
11401
32
57
1112
2425

170

383

264

550

1145

2632

7844

16098

1418

3235

72

137

75

132

167

351

1222

2672

547

1154

81

137

31

65

35

76

493

972

226

515

73
29
50
221
61
2159
324
42
436
219
13
5
43
34

155
71
102
717
155
5966
790
84
814
381
29
5
56
79

6
119
25
27
6
176
19
0
492
206
3
0
1
92

12
354
42
66
12
521
44
0
954
357
10
0
2
133

75
279
994
542
178
458
85
9
1209
457
16
15
13
152

155
870
2506
1405
547
1226
141
25
2271
788
22
33
39
238

424
3822
1297
937
399
2782
674
89
2726
668
35
36
148
282

797
9804
3816
2953
1125
7438
1593
178
5735
1327
81
66
394
508

54
348
251
201
68
384
98
18
3193
989
43
139
529
552

132
908
758
520
189
1188
219
45
6552
1522
96
197
546
871

8340

21637

2644

6148

11036

26584

35375

84212

14640

32528

Table 8.3: Annual statistics of Domestic Tourists from the States: Haryana,
Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Kanha
National Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench
National Park

Haryana
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
6967
19200
104
277
437
1159

Karnataka
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
2365
6032
34
71
341
1013

Kerala

5803
8
66

Bed
Nights
spent
15290
10
135

No. of
Tourists

Madhya Pradesh
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
144892
370316
1089
2315
15053
35277

Maharastra
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
30042
76541
206
501
9309
24586

172

320

773

1337

674

1155

28718

53714

11307

24704

204

652

40

89

100

209

2618

5819

2717

6250

25

78

39

56

20

43

870

1900

828

1751

45

131

11

15

1302

2565

686

1432

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Centres
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All
Centers

Haryana
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
390
1104
984
3072
387
1301
274
822
2625
7073
998
2174
63
176
27097
45949
8258
14034
555
958
576
1006
1191
2467
6456
9847
57804

111799

Karnataka
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
530
1513
17
29
240
921
100
265
73
251
17
26
0
0
235
481
236
431
5
15
16
36
76
84
62
84
5206

12746

Kerala

534
9
113
84
170
28
0
541
263
17
43
82
101

Bed
Nights
spent
1419
28
892
244
544
31
0
1103
530
40
92
167
196

8657

22133

No. of
Tourists

Madhya Pradesh
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
2645
6802
9973
27334
5429
28279
3983
9042
21106
61307
7424
19417
1483
2837
23835
46345
9625
15664
2015
5303
1943
5130
5600
12336
5591
9285
295191

720982

Maharastra
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
2276
6112
2168
6460
1698
5155
650
1933
8039
21951
2459
5723
402
767
23548
43276
8566
15075
825
2055
835
1938
2290
5240
5497
9186
114345

260632

Table 8.4: Annual statistics of Domestic Tourists from the States: Orissa,
Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Centres

Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Kanha
National Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench
National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All
Centers

Orissa
No. of
Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
3031
8602
68
170
1817
5303

Punjab
No. of
Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
9162
25320
68
220
502
1224

Rajasthan
No. of
Bed
Tourists
Nights
spent
11102
29465
199
568
2516
7024

Tamil Nadu
No. of
Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
1685
4414
15
26
20
42

Uttar Pradesh
No. of
Bed
Tourists
Nights
spent
15486
40757
267
698
1934
5106

359

934

2843

6237

396

929

243

435

2273

4724

184

487

790

2031

151

308

89

156

1153

3140

70

277

271

632

22

27

16

26

355

1028

41
349
1556
1308
642
5761
1326
292
872
280
97
86
194
177

83
946
4869
4165
2139
14721
2933
538
1869
563
313
263
616
436

38
354
386
205
143
1491
583
54
9827
3438
218
183
448
2230

85
950
1378
669
424
4180
1186
128
17549
6399
377
330
881
3736

54
540
1861
1863
784
3946
1233
150
11691
4729
585
688
1693
2928

111
1411
5452
5918
2320
9327
2581
249
20402
8264
1770
1976
4430
4669

0
105
0
15
47
223
38
0
181
53
10
27
31
22

0
321
0
109
160
689
54
0
313
80
43
37
37
33

199
526
8854
4039
2354
7472
2074
265
11841
3114
487
525
930
2646

533
1411
23604
13308
6472
21417
4648
588
20555
5142
1542
1535
2627
3771

18504

50222

33232

73932

47126

107198

2818

6974

66790

162603

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Table 8.5: Annual statistics of Domestic Tourists from the States: West Bengal,
Delhi, North-East, and Others
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Kanha National
Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench National
Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All
Centers

West Bengal
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
5358 13531
45
81
1352
3371

Delhi

24279
180
191

Bed
Nights
spent
61244
407
459

No. of
Tourists

North East
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
2103
5723
8
21
10
30

Others

19294
299
3547

Bed
Nights
spent
50517
672
6951

No. of
Tourists

1455

2984

2449

5567

420

867

7677

17683

190

493

946

2120

152

325

2126

4847

38

89

236

480

50

76

755

1592

94
373
376
348
320
335
24
2
374
205
2
3
5
80

163
935
990
839
708
1108
58
2
766
271
3
6
11
178

37
1298
363
459
266
1511
344
68
3081
937
141
63
220
532

88
3747
1189
1614
816
4529
725
135
5581
1636
396
129
467
1108

0
54
1
2
12
217
4
0
338
121
1
18
16
66

0
112
2
3
31
893
4
0
709
177
2
46
44
110

166
2676
4404
1884
819
6340
1126
200
9918
12966
1045
320
648
1501

381
7657
11132
6797
2711
18903
2614
392
19909
23301
2371
956
1996
2663

10977

26585

37596

92433

3592

9173

77708

184043

North East includes: Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Arunachal


Pradesh
Others includes: Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Sikkim,
Uttranchal, Andaman & Nicobar, Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagarhaveli, Daman & Diu,
Lakshadweep and Pondichery
Refer to Tables 8.2 to 8.5 the following tables have been generated from these tables.

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Trends Among Domestic Tourists


Table 8.6: Number of Domestic Tourists checked-in the accommodation units in
Madhya Pradesh from various states
Reference period: Yearly
States
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Uttar Pradesh
Haryana
Rajasthan
Chhatisgarh
Punjab
Orissa
Gujarat
Bihar
Kerala
Andhra Pradesh
Karnataka
Tamil nadu
Assam
Other Locations
Total

No. of Tourists
295191
114345
66790
57804
47126
35375
33232
18504
14640
11036
8657
8340
5206
2818
2644
136024
857732

Table 8.7: Number of Bed nights spent by domestic tourists in the


accommodation units in Madhya Pradesh from various states
Reference period: Yearly
States
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Uttar Pradesh
Haryana
Rajasthan
Chhatisgarh
Punjab
Orissa
Gujarat
Bihar
Kerala
Andhra Pradesh
Karnataka
Tamil nadu
Assam
Other locations
Total

No. of Bed nights


720982
260632
162603
111799
107198
84212
73932
50222
32528
26584
22133
21637
12746
6974
6148
326006
2026336

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The listed states are arranged in descending order according to number of tourists
checked-in and number of bed nights spent. The results are explained below:

8.3

Maximum number of domestic tourist checking in accommodation units were


from Madhya Pradesh (295191). This was followed by Maharashtra (114345) and
Uttar Pradesh (66790).
Maximum number of bed nights was spent by tourists from Madhya Pradesh
(720982). This was followed by Maharashtra (260632) and Uttar Pradesh
(162603)

Number of Tourists and Bed Nights Spent: Trends among


Foreign Tourists from different countries

Table 8.8: Annual statistics of Foreign Tourists from different Nations: U.K,
France, Italy, Canada and U.A.E.
Reference period: Yearly
U.K
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Kanha
National Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench
National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All
Centers

France

183
31
8

Bed
Nights
spent
524
110
14

64

Italy

197
50
12

Bed
Nights
spent
803
205
26

184

37

94

263

162
23
2
29
1320
695
191
4
16
51
19
0
0
0
0

No. of
Tourists

2890

Canada

68
46
3

Bed
Nights
spent
297
96
12

94

59

86

352

40
16
80
5869
2450
1304
4
16
101
36
0
0
0
0

35
3
12
1400
492
75
0
0
16
19
51
0
22
0

11362

No. of
Tourists

2487

U.A.E

105
3
9

Bed
Nights
spent
336
6
14

19

24

60
7
26
4968
1478
571
0
0
33
32
171
0
51
0

3
3
7
1447
484
1
0
0
1
7
0
0
0
0

8629

No. of
Tourists

2099

8
2
0

Bed
Nights
spent
31
6
0

31

142

44

23

91

6
14
34
4692
1646
1
0
0
1
21
0
0
0
0

23
3
4
499
230
12
2
2
0
2
2
0
0
0

47
8
4
1633
706
74
2
4
0
2
6
0
0
0

0
0
2
121
69
4
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
4
429
158
11
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0

No. of
Tourists

6870

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919

2933

No. of
Tourists

242

790

45

Table 8.9: Annual statistics of Foreign Tourists from different Nations: Pakistan,
Netherlands, Korea (South), Spain and U.S.A.
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National
Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Pakistan
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
2
8
7
0
0
0
0
0

Netherlands
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
33
165
20
47
2
2
1
1

Korea (South)
No. of
Bed
Tourists
Nights
spent
374
1076
161
503
0
0
5
5

Spain
No. of
Bed
Tourists
Nights
spent
89
337
32
68
0
0
0
0

U.S.A
No. of
Bed
Tourists
Nights
spent
310
1045
82
217
9
18
130
419

150

472

0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
5

0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
16

4
0
1
0
44
31
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
160

8
0
2
0
200
150
172
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
749

0
5
0
1
685
215
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1445

0
9
0
2
3110
791
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5496

0
0
0
0
608
110
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
841

0
0
0
0
2039
399
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
2846

83
44
0
47
1547
723
237
2
0
51
20
45
2
20
0
3500

226
90
0
132
6686
2381
1574
2
0
84
30
134
8
57
0
13575

Table 8.10: Annual statistics of Foreign Tourists from different Nations:


Germany, Malaysia, Australia, Switzerland and Bangladesh
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National
Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Germany
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
230
742
78
271
9
19
42
88
27
45
17
7
10
6
596
134
60
2
0
0
0
22
2
21
0
1263

70
12
28
8
2082
414
405
2
0
0
0
66
4
52
0
4308

Malaysia
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
11
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
0
2
0
0
6
0
0
0
130

0
0
0
0
0
0
783
0
2
0
0
22
0
0
0
844

Australia
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
59
227
26
62
22
44
33
95
153
485
158
31
4
4
503
250
12
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
5
1264

479
97
12
6
2069
837
91
0
0
0
0
8
0
4
15
4531

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Switzerland
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
96
302
25
84
2
6
0
0
51
102
0
0
0
0
110
86
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
375

0
0
0
0
684
322
34
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
1540

Bangladesh
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
3
27
0
0
0
0
29
69
101
258
49
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
185

46

171
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
543

Table 8.11: Annual statistics of Foreign Tourists from different Nations: Nepal,
China, Srilanka, Japan and Saudi Arabia
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Kanha
National Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench
National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All
Centers

Nepal
No. of Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
22
173
2
4
0
0

China
No. of Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
46
211
20
52
1
1

Srilanka
No. of Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
193
602
87
523
0
0

Japan
No. of Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
326
1298
115
311
5
19

Saudi Arabia
No. of Bed
Tourists Nights
spent
0
0
0
0
0
0

10

18

20

40

41

89

0
0
0
0
0
35
1
0
7
1
0
0
0
7

0
0
0
0
0
187
1
0
15
1
0
0
0
14

0
0
0
441
201
8
2
0
0
0
12
0
0
9

0
0
0
1430
626
112
2
0
0
0
38
0
0
15

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

50
9
4
1351
496
224
2
0
72
34
31
0
4
1

111
24
8
4860
1515
1800
2
0
157
65
88
0
10
2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

75

395

750

2508

280

1125

2785

10399

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Table 8.12: Annual statistics of Foreign Tourists from different Nations:


Singapore, Iran and Other Countries
Reference period: Yearly

Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Bhojpur
Bhimbetka
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National
Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Singapore
Bed
No. of
Nights
Tourists
spent
3
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9

Iran

Other Countries

25
0
0
0
0
0
0

Bed
Nights
spent
98
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
32

0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
110

No. of
Tourists

No. of
Tourists

Bed Nights
spent

1499
266
0
0
89
803
1788

5031
677
0
0
227
2507
4790

1028
176
27
110
5205
1795
387
8
18
168
139
72
6
61
18
13661

2549
318
100
340
21039
6004
2318
13
23
317
268
219
22
140
25
46925

Trends Among Foreign Tourists


Please refer to tables 8.8 to 8.12. The following tables have been generated from these
tables
Table 8.13: Number of Foreign Tourists checked-in the accommodation units in
Madhya Pradesh from various Countries
Reference period: Yearly
Countries
U.S.A
U.K.
Japan
France
Italy
Korea(South)
Australia
Germany
Canada
Spain

No. of Tourists
3500
2940
2785
2487
2099
1445
1264
1263
919
841

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Countries
China
Switzerland
Sri Lanka
U.A.E
Bangladesh
Netherlands
Malaysia
Nepal
Iran
Pakistan
Singapore
Other location
Total

No. of Tourists
750
375
280
242
185
160
130
75
32
5
3
13365
35145

Table 8.14: Number of Bed nights spent in the accommodation units in Madhya
Pradesh from various Countries.
Reference period: Yearly
Countries
U.S.A
U.K.
Japan
France
Italy
Korea(South)
Australia
Germany
Canada
Spain
China
Switzerland
Sri Lanka
Malaysia
U.A.E
Netherlands
Bangladesh
Nepal
Iran
Pakistan
Singapore
Other locations
Total

No. of Bed nights


13575
11362
10399
8629
6870
5446
4531
4308
2933
2846
2508
1540
1125
844
790
749
543
395
110
16
9
46251
125779

The listed counties are arranged in descending order according to number of tourists
checked-in and number of bed nights spent. The results are explained below:

Maximum number of foreign tourists checking in accommodation units were from


U.S.A (3500). This was followed by U.K. (2940) and Japan (2785).
Maximum number of bed nights was spent by foreign tourists from U.S.A
(13575). This was followed by U.K. (11362) and Japan (10399)
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8.4

Employment Statistics

Table 8.15: Employment Statistics: Starred accommodation units in the State


of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Departments
Management Team
Front Office
F&B (Service)
F&B (Kitchen)
House Keeping
Accounts
EDP
Security
Sales & Marketing
Purchase & Stores
Human Resource
Public Relation
Engineering
Telephone
Health Club
Laundry
Other departments
Total

Number of Permanent
employees
97 (6.8)
162 (11.4)
302 (21.2)
240 (16.8)
157 (11)
49 (3.4)
13 (0.9)
66 (4.6)
19 (1.3)
16 (1.1)
13 (0.9)
11 (0.8)
22 (1.5)
27 (1.9)
4 (0.2)
15 (1)
214 (15)
1422 (100)

Number of casual or
temporary employees
1 (0.6)
7 (3.9)
19 (11.4)
17 (10.2)
15 (9)
1 (0.6)
1 (0.6)
27 (16)
7 (4.2)
0 (0)
1 (0.6)
1 (0.3)
3 (1.8)
1 (0.3)
1 (0.3)
29 (17.5)
38 (22.6)
166 (100)

Average number of permanent and casual employees in starred accommodation


units is 1422 and 166 respectively.
Among permanent employees, F&B (service) had a maximum share in the total
employment at 21.2%. This was followed by the contribution from F&B(kitchen)16.8% and other departments (15%)
In respect of the casual employees, other departments made maximum
contribution in the total employment (23%). This was followed by laundry
(18%) and security (16%).

Table 8.16: Employment Statistics: Un-starred accommodation units in the


State of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Departments
Management Team
Front Office
F&B (Service)
F&B (Kitchen)
House Keeping
Accounts
EDP
Security

Number of Permanent
employees
508 (10.6)
803 (16.8)
1074 (22.5)
878 (18.4)
753 (15.8)
147 (3.1)
18 (0.4)
135 (2.8)

Number of casual or
temporary employees
10 (1.7)
37 (6.4)
108 (18.9)
65 (11.3)
89 (15.6)
16 (2.7)
4 (0.7)
51 (9)

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Departments
Sales & Marketing
Purchase & Stores
Human Resource
Public Relation
Engineering
Telephone
Health Club
Laundry
Other departments
Total

Number of Permanent
employees
50 (1)
42 (0.9)
21 (0.4)
23 (0.5)
14 (0.3)
29 (0.6)
5 (0.1)
57 (1.2)
221 (4.6)
4773 (100)

Number of casual or
temporary employees
10 (1.8)
6 (1)
5 (0.9)
5 (0.9)
4 (0.7)
1 (0.2)
0 (0)
123 (21.5)
39 (6.8)
570 (100)

Average number of permanent and casual employees in unstarred accommodation


unit is 4773 and 570 respectively.
Among permanent employees, F&B (service) had a maximum share (23%). This
was followed by F&B (kitchen)-18% and font office (17%)
Among casual employees, maximum contribution in total employment came from
laundry (22%). This was followed by F&B (service)-19% and house keeping
(16%).

Table 8.17: Employment Statistics: Heritage accommodation units in the State


of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Departments
Management Team
Front Office
F&B (Service)
F&B (Kitchen)
House Keeping
Accounts
EDP
Security
Sales & Marketing
Purchase & Stores
Human Resource
Public Relation
Engineering
Telephone
Health Club
Laundry
Other departments
Total

Number of Permanent
employees
13 (9.6)
21 (15.1)
30 (22.1)
26 (19.1)
22 (16.2)
4 (2.9)
1 (0.4)
6 (4)
2 (1.5)
1 (0.7)
1 (0.4)
2 (1.1)
3 (1.8)
1 (0.7)
1 (0.7)
2 (1.5)
3 (2.2)
136 (100)

Number of casual or
temporary employees
1 (4.5)
1 (9.1)
2 (13.6)
1 (9.1)
2 (13.6)
1 (4.5)
0 (0)
3 (22.7)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
2 (13.6)
1 (9.1)
11 (100)

With respect to heritage hotels, average number of permanent and casual


employees was 136 and 11 respectively.

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Among permanent employees, F&B (service) had a maximum contribution (22%).


This was followed by F&B (kitchen)-19%, house keeping (16%) and font office
(15%)
In respect of the casual employees, major contribution came from security (23%).
This was followed by F&B (service), house keeping and laundry- each
contributing 14 %.

Table 8.18: Employment Statistics: Other Accommodation units (Guest House/


Rest Houses/Tourist Bungalow, Youth Hostels/ YMCA etc, Dormitory,
Dharmsala, others)- in the State of Madhya Pradesh
Reference period: Yearly
Departments
Management Team
Front Office
F&B (Service)
F&B (Kitchen)
House Keeping
Accounts
EDP
Security
Sales & Marketing
Purchase & Stores
Human Resource
Public Relation
Engineering
Telephone
Health Club
Laundry
Other departments
Total

Number of Permanent
employees
126 (16.3)
155 (20.2)
79 (10.2)
56 (7.3)
154 (20)
26 (3.4)
1 (0.1)
8 (1)
2 (0.2)
1 (0.1)
0 (0)
1 (0.1)
0 (0)
10 (1.3)
0 (0)
3 (0.3)
151 (19.6)
769 (100)

Number of casual or
temporary employees
2 (2.5)
1 (0.8)
4 (5.8)
5 (7.5)
19 (31.7)
1 (1.7)
0 (0)
6 (9.2)
1 (1.7)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
5 (8.3)
19 (30.8)
60 (100)

Among other accommodation units, average number of permanent and casual


employees was 769 and 60 respectively.
Among permanent employees maximum contribution came from font office,
other departments and house keeping each contributing around 20% in the total
employment.
In respect of casual employees, maximum contribution came from house keeping
(32%). This was followed by other departments (31%).

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Table 8.19: Number of Accommodation Units, number of Rooms and


Employment according to type of accommodation Units.
Reference period: Yearly
Type of Accommodation
Unit
5*/4*
1*/2*/3*
Heritage
Unstarred
Guest houses
Tourist Bungalows
Youth Hostels
Dharmashala
Others
All Centers

No. of
Accommodation
Units
8
44
4
468
85
7
2
88
2
708

No. of
Rooms

Permanent
Employee

Casual
Employee

Total No. of
Employee

327
1316
174
8449
985
76
38
1327
25
12717

193
1536
229
4505
450
55
24
321
18
7331

7
134
1
1029
48

200
1670
230
5534
498
55
25
331
28
8571

1
10
10
1240

For all centers, number of accommodation units, number of rooms, number of


permanent employees and number of causal employees is 708, 12717, 7331, 1240
respectively.
For all the variable under study, maximum number is reported for unstarred
accommodation units and minimum for youth hostels.
Unstarred accommodation units had maximum number of rooms (5534), followed
by dharamshala (1327) and 1*/2*/3* accommodation units (1316).

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8.5

Profile of Accommodation Units

Table 8.20: Distribution of accommodation units by type


Reference period: Yearly
Bhopal
Sanchi
Bhojpur
Bhimbetka
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total MP State

Star-1/2/3

Star-4/5

10 (5.4)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
3 (6.1)
3 (5.8)
0 (0)
6 (50)
0 (0)
0 (0)
1 (2.1)
4 (11.1)
3 (14.3)
2 (6.3)
0 (0)
0 (0)
11 (10.4)
0 (0)
1 (20)
0 (0)
1 (10)
0 (0)

2 (1)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
1 (2)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
1 (2.1)
3 (8.3)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
1 (20)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)

44 (6.2)

8 (1.2)

Delux

Heritage Hotel

Unstarred Hotel

Guest house

3 (1.6)

134 (69.2)
1 (14.3)

13 (6.6)
3 (42.9)

1 (1.9)

1 (2.1)
2 (5.6)
1 (4.8)

(91.8)
(84.6)
(90.9)
(50)
(75)
(10)

18 (52.8)
2 (9.5)
24 (81.3)
6 (40)
4 (100)
72 (67)
32 (80)
2 (40)
3 (40)

12 (11.3)
8 (20)

4 (14.8)
30 (4.2)

41
44
24
6
3
1

4 (0.6)

Tourist
Bungalow

Dormitory

Youth
Hostel

Dharmasala

Total

31 (15.9)

193 (100)
6 (100)

3 (42.9)

4 (7.7)
1 (4.5)

1 (4.5)
1 (25)

5 (50)
25 (44.7)
7 (19.4)
6 (28.6)
3 (9.4)
9 (60)

1 (2.8)
1 (4.8)

5 (4.3)

1 (0.9)

21 (74.1)

1
4
2
2

443 (62.6)

85 (12)

2 (20)

(20)
(60)
(20)
(7.4)

2 (20)
28 (48.9)
8 (38.1)
1 (3.1)

1 (0.9)

6 (5.2)

8 (70)
1 (3.7)
8 (1.2)

2 (0.3)

2 (0.3)

81 (11.5)

45 (100)
52 (100)
26 (100)
11 (100)
4 (100)
10 (100)
57 (100)
35 (100)
21 (100)
29 (100)
15 (100)
4 (100)
108 (100)
40 (100)
6 (100)
7 (100)
11 (100)
28 (100)
708 (100)

Note: Figures in the bracket are the row percentages.


Majority of accommodation units accounting for 63% are unstarred accommodation units. This is followed by guest house and
dharamshala- each contributing around 12 % to the total number of accommodation units.

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Table 8.21: Distribution of accommodation units by type of Ownership


Reference period: Yearly
Govt
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar

3 (1.6)
3 (42.9)
7 (16.3)
2 (3.8)
4 (13.6)
1
5
2
3
2
2
1

(25)
(50)
(4.3)
(8.3)
(9.5)
(6.5)
(6.7)

1 (2.5)
2 (40)
1 (20)

Public
Limited
5 (2.7)

41 (5.8)

Single Owner

4 (2.2)

169 (87.4)
3 (57.1)
38 (83.7)
40 (76.9)
19 (72.7)
2 (16.7)
3 (75)
3 (30)
55 (95.7)
26 (75)
13 (61.9)
24 (83.9)
14 (93.3)
4 (100)
93 (86.1)
37 (92.5)
2 (40)
6 (80)
7 (60)

Charitable
Total
trust
12 (6)
193 (100)
6 (100)
45 (100)
4 (7.7)
52 (100)
26 (100)
11 (100)
4 (100)
2 (20)
10 (100)
57 (100)
1 (2.8)
35 (100)
4 (19)
21 (100)
1 (3.2)
29 (100)
15 (100)
4 (100)
3 (2.6)
108 (100)
40 (100)
6 (100)
7 (100)
4 (40)
11 (100)

2 (7.4)

26 (92.6)

28 (100)

34 (4.8)

586 (82.7)

6 (11.5)
4 (13.6)
9 (83.3)

1 (2.8)
1 (4.8)

4 (11.1)
1 (4.8)
2 (6.5)

8 (7.8)
1 (2.5)

4 (3.5)
1 (2.5)
1 (20)

Burhanpur
Total MP State

Pvt. Ltd.

18 (2.5)

30 (4.3)

708 (100)

Note: Figures in the bracket are the row percentages.


Very high percentage of accommodation units (83%) belongs to the type single
ownership. This trend is more are less evident in all centers except Bandhavgarh national
park where 83% of the accommodation units are private limited companies

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Table 8.22: No. of Rooms/Beds (Starred accommodation units 1,2 and 3 combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Single AC

Bhopal

Rooms

Beds

85 (8.5)

85 (8.5)

Chitrakoot
15 (5.1)

Khajuraho

15 (5.1)

Double AC
Rooms

Beds

Suits AC
Rooms

Beds

Rooms

Beds

Double Non-AC
Rooms

Beds

Suits Non-AC
Rooms

Beds

15 (5.1)

31 (10.2)

15 (5.1) 61 (20.4) 8 (2.6)

29 (9.6)

58 (19.3)

14 (4.5) 27 (9.1)

18 (6)

40 (13.2)

56 (18.5)

10 (3.4)

20 (6.8)

68 (23.1)

120 (40.8)

95 (15.9)

169 (28.2)

18 (17.9)

13 (12.9)

24 (23.9)

94 (4.1) 193 (8.4) 389 (16.9) 34 (1.5) 102 (4.4)

825 (35.9)

1523 (66.2)

8 (2.6)

20 (3.4) 20 (3.4) 75 (12.5) 149 (24.9)

Omkareshwar

2 (1.7)
100 (4.3) 100 (4.3) 350 (15.2)

3 (3.4)
700 (30.4)

2 (1.7)

3 (3.4)

59 (2.6) 148 (6.4) 89 (3.9)

Total
Beds
1218
(121.8)
140 (46.2)

304 (30.4) 608 (60.8) 28 (2.8) 57 (5.7) 61 (6.1) 66 (6.6) 81 (8.1) 162 (16.2) 34 (3.4) 102 (10.2)

Gwalior
Total MP
State

Single Non-AC

9 (8.9)

Rooms
603 (60.3)

Note: Figures in the bracket indicate average number of rooms/beds per accommodation units.

In respect of star (1,2 and 3) combined, double Ac rooms are maximum in number. Average number of rooms and beds per
accommodation unit is 15 and 30 respectively. This is followed by double non-Ac rooms, where, the average number of rooms and
beds is 8 and 17 respectively.

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Table 8.23: No. of Rooms/Beds (Starred accommodation units 4 & 5 combined)


Reference period: Yearly
Single AC
Double AC
Rooms
Beds
Rooms
Beds
23 (11.5) 23 (11.5) 82 (41.2) 164 (82.2)
7 (6.9) 14 (13.8)
2 (2.3)
5 (4.6)
15 (4.9) 15 (4.9) 145 (48.4) 289 (96.3)
12 (11.5) 12 (11.5) 14 (13.8) 28 (27.6)

Center
Bhopal
Pachmarhi
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Mandu
TotalAll Centers

50 (6.3)

50 (6.3)

Suits AC
Single Non-AC
Rooms
Beds
Rooms
Beds
8 (3.8) 15 (7.7) 17 (8.3) 18 (9)
7 (6.9) 28 (27.6) 4 (3.5) 4 (3.5)
2 (2.3)
5 (4.6)
38 (12.7) 76 (25.3)
23 (23) 23 (23)

250 (31.3) 500 (62.5) 55 (6.9) 124 (15.5) 44 (5.5)

Double Non-AC
Suits Non-AC
Total
Rooms
Beds
Rooms
Beds
Rooms
Beds
22 (10.9) 44 (21.9) 9 (4.6) 28 (13.8) 161 (80.1) 292 (145.3)
8 (8.1) 18 (17.8)
26 (25.7)
64 (63.3)
12 (12.1) 24 (24.2)
16 (16.1)
34 (34.3)
106 (35.4) 212 (70.7)
304 (101.5) 592 (197.3)
10 (10.4) 23 (23)
59 (59)
86 (86)

45 (5.6)

158 (19.8) 321 (40.1) 9 (1.1)

28 (3.5)

566 (70.8) 1068 (133.5)

Note: Figures in the bracket indicate average number of rooms/beds per accommodation units.

With regard to star (4&5) combined, double Ac rooms are maximum in number. Average number of rooms and beds is 31 and 63
respectively. This is followed by double Non AC rooms where the average number of rooms and beds is 20 and 40 respectively.

Table 8.24: No. of Rooms/Beds (Un Starred accommodation units)


Reference period: Yearly
Centers
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park

Dormitory Hall
Single AC
Rooms Beds Rooms Beds
1246 1018
1059
201 (1.5) (9.3)
(7.6)
(7.9)
820
(20)
488
92 (2.1) (11.1) 136 (3.1)
276
43 (1.8) (11.5)
82 (2)

136
(3.1)

Double AC
Rooms Beds
965
1903
(7.2) (14.2)
3 (3) 6 (6)
135
267
(3.3)
(6.5)
273
554
(6.2) (12.6)
48 (2) 96 (4)

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Rooms
Beds
402 (3)

Single Non-AC
Rooms Beds
1005 1005
750 (5.6) (7.5)
(7.5)

176 (4.3)

697 (17)

88 (2)

176 (4)

103
(2.5)
321
(7.3)
84
(3.5)

103
(2.5)
330
(7.5)
89
(3.7)

Double Non-AC
Suits Non-AC
Rooms
Beds
Rooms
Beds
1541
3055
(11.5)
(22.8) 322 (2.4) 563 (4.2)
5 (5)
10 (10)
767
381 (9.3) (18.7)
82 (2)
328 (8)
458
911
66 (1.5) 132 (3)
(10.4)
(20.7)
300
151 (6.3) (12.5)

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Centers

Dormitory Hall
Single AC
Rooms Beds Rooms Beds

Double AC
Rooms Beds

Suits AC
Rooms
Beds

Bandhavgarh National
Park
Pench National Park

18 (6)

Amarkantak
Chitrakoot

2 (2)

Khajuraho

36 (2)

Orchha

2 (1)

Gwalior

48 (2)

Shivpuri

6 (1)

Chanderi

4 (1)

Indore

108 (1.5)

Ujjain

80 (2.5)

Mandu

2 (1)

Maheshwar

3 (1)

Burhanpur

36 (1.7)

Total All Centers

763 (1.7)

180
(60)
10
(10)
0 (3)
167
(9.3)
9
(4.5)
240
(10)
24
(4)
26
(6.5)
720
727
(10) (10.1)
598
(18.7) 211 (6.6)
40
(20)
60
(20)
313
(14.9) 126 (6)
5218 2219
(11.9) (5.0)

15 (5) 30 (10)

0 (3)

6 (6) 12 (12)
0 (7) 0 (14)
61
124
(3.4)
(6.9)
8 (4)
283
(11.8)

16 (8)
636
(26.5)

0 (2)

118 (4.9)

749
(10.4)
346
(10.8)

1498
(20.8)
813
(25.4)

20 (10) 40 (20)

336
126 (6) 147 (7) (16)
2259
3083
6378
(5.1)
(7.0) (14.5)

295 (4.1)
122 (3.8)

Double Non-AC
Rooms
Beds

27
(4.5)

27
(4.5)

56 (9.3)

6 (2)

6 (2)

23 (7.7) 46 (15.3)

Suits Non-AC
Rooms
Beds

112
(18.7)

4 (4)

3 (3)

203
(11.3)

407
(22.6)

16 (8)
329
(13.7)

32 (16)
658
(27.4)

0 (4)
72 (4) 72 (4)

24 (4) 48 (8)

727
(10.1)
211
(6.6)

Single Non-AC
Rooms Beds

235 (9.8)

127
(5.3)
21
(3.5)

187
(7.8)
21
(3.5)

43 (7.2) 86 (14.3)

6 (1.5) 6 (1.5) 17 (4.3) 35 (8.7)


454
461
1361
590 (8.2) (6.3)
(6.4) 684 (9.5) (18.9) 864 (12) 1728 (24)
221
221
349
246 (7.7) (6.9)
(6.9)
(10.9) 704 (22)

4 (2)
17
(5.5)
109
(5.2)
2576
1201 (2.7) 2695 (6.1) (5.9)

4 (2)
20
(6.5)
109
(5.2)
2660
(6.0)

15 (7.5)

30 (15)

21 (7)

42 (14)
298
149 (7.1) (14.2)
4446
8856
(10.1)
(20.1)

1334
(3.0)

2751
(6.3)

Note: Figures in the bracket indicate average number of rooms/beds per accommodation units.

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Among un starred accommodation units, majority are double non AC rooms. Average number of rooms and bed is 10 and 20
respectively. This is followed by double AC rooms where the average number of rooms and beds per accommodation unit is 7 and
15 respectively.

Table 8.25: No. of Rooms/Beds (Heritage accommodation units)


Reference period: Yearly

Center

Single AC
Rooms
Beds

Bhopal

Double AC
Rooms
Beds
99 (33)

Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat

6 (6)

6 (6)

Total MP
State

6 (1.5)

6 (1.5)

198 (66)

99 (24.8) 198 (49.5)

Rooms

Suits AC
Beds

80 (26.7)

80 (20.0)

160 (53.3)

160 (40.0)

Single Non-AC
Rooms
Beds

Double Non-AC
Rooms
Beds

18 (6)

36 (12)

6 (6)

6 (6)

12 (12)

24 (24)

24 (6)

42 (10.5)

12 (3)

24 (6)

Rooms

Total
Beds

197

395

24

36

221(55.3) 431(107.8)

Note: 1. Figures in the bracket indicate average number of rooms/beds per accommodation units.
2. In other centers, there are no heritage accommodation units.

Among heritage hotels, majority are double AC and the average number of rooms and bed per accommodation units is 25 and 50
respectively. This is closely followed by suite AC where the average number of rooms and bed per accommodation unit is 20 and
40 respectively.

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Table 8.26: No. of Rooms/Beds -(Other accommodation units)


Reference period: Yearly
Center
Bhopal
Sanchi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Indore
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total MP State

Dormitory Hall
Single AC
Rooms
Beds
Rooms Beds
69 (1.6) 581 (13.5)
5 (1)
38 (7.5) 50 (10) 50 (10)
7 (1.8) 81 (20.3)
2 (1)
60 (30)
4 (2)
4 (2)
4 (4)
40 (40)
9 (1)
135 (15)
110 (2) 506 (9.2)
20 (2)
180 (18)
34 (2.1) 182 (11.4)
8 (2)
40 (10)
10 (1.1)
45 (5)
43 (1.8) 391 (16.3)
4 (1)
48 (12)
21 (2.1) 381 (38.1)
19 (2.7) 177 (25.3)

Double AC
Rooms
Beds
50 (10)

100 (20)

5 (2.5)

10 (5)

Suits AC
Rooms Beds

165 (3) 330 (6)


53 (5.3) 107 (10.7)
32 (2)
64 (4)
32 (2)

40 (4)

80 (8)

Single Non-AC
Double Non-AC
Rooms
Beds
Rooms
Beds
292 (6.8) 292 (6.8) 404 (9.4) 813 (18.9)
24 (4.8) 24 (4.8) 56 (11.2) 112 (22.3)
29 (7.3) 29 (7.3) 42 (10.5)
84 (21)
10 (5)
10 (5)
8 (4)
16 (8)
2 (2)
4 (4)
63 (7)
63 (7)
81 (9)
162 (18)
176 (3.2) 176 (3.2) 440 (8)
880 (16)
30 (3)
30 (3)
86 (8.6)
173 (17.3)
64 (4) 48 (3)
48 (3)
133 (8.3) 267 (16.7)
8 (2)
8 (2)
39 (9.8)
78 (19.5)
33 (3.7) 33 (3.7) 47 (5.2)
94 (10.4)
120 (5) 120 (5) 199 (8.3) 401 (16.7)
10 (10) 10 (10)
10 (10)
20 (20)
24 (6)
36 (9)
31 (7.7)
61 (15.3)
73 (7.3) 77 (7.7) 81 (8.1) 162 (16.2)
42 (6)
42 (6)
56 (8)
112 (16)

Suits Non-AC
Rooms
Beds
765 (17.8) 1686 (39.2)
185 (36.8)
324 (64.5)
78 (19.5)
194 (48.5)
29 (14.5)
100 (50)
6 (6)
44 (44)
153 (17)
360 (40)
891 (16.2) 1892 (34.4)
189 (18.9)
490 (49)
279 (17.5)
625 (39.1)
55 (13.8)
126 (31.5)
90 (10)
172 (19)
362 (15.1)
912 (38)
20 (20)
30 (30)
59 (14.8) 145 (36.4)
215 (21.5)
700 (70)
117 (16.7) 331 (47.3)

365 (2.4) 2885 (18.6) 54 (0.3) 54 (0.3) 345 (2.2) 691 (4.5) 32 (0.2) 64 (0.4) 983 (2.5) 999 (6.4) 1715 (11.1) 3438 (22.2) 3494 (22.5) 8131 (52.5)

Note: Figures in the bracket indicate average number of rooms/beds per accommodation units.

In terms of number of rooms the majority are double non-AC rooms. The average number of rooms and beds per accommodation
units is 11 and 22 respectively.

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Table 8.27: Number of Rooms/Beds according to types accommodation unit.


Reference period: Yearly
Type of Dormitory Hall
Single AC
Accommod
ation Unit Rooms Beds Rooms Beds
Starred
0
0
15
15
Hotel 1/2/3
Starred
49
49
Hotel 4/5
UnStarred
Hotel
763
5218
2219
2259
Heritage
5
5
6
12
Others
365
2885
54
54
Total
1133
8108
2343
2389

Double AC

Suits AC

Single Non-AC

Rooms

Beds

Rooms

Rooms

143

284

38

28

251

499

55

2751

3083

6378

99
345
3921

198
691
8050

Beds

Double Non-AC
Rooms

Beds

105

79

Suits Non-AC

Total

Rooms Beds Rooms


301

453

566

934

43

45

159

189

1201

2576

2660

4446

8856

1334

2751 15622

30817

80
32
1406

24
983
3626

42
999
3746

12
1715
6437

24
3438
12586

1343

226
3494
2779 20209

441
8131
40776

3118

28

Beds

Maximum number of rooms as well as beds is evidence for unstarred accommodation units and the relevant numbers are
15,662 and 30, 817 respectively.
With regard to the type of rooms, double non-AC rooms/beds were maximum in numbers and the number of rooms and beds
was 6437 and 12586 respectively.

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Table 8.28: Average occupancy by type of Accommodation units


Reference period: Yearly
Centrs

Starred (4&5) Starred (1,2 and


3)
Bhopal
40
46
Sanchi
.
Pachmarhi
42
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
30
Kanha National Park
.
Bandhavgarh National Park
25
Pench National Park
.
Amarkantak
.
Chitrakoot
42
Khajuraho
60
50
Orchha
53
Gwalior
16
Shivpuri
.
Chanderi
.
Indore
27
Ujjain
.
Mandu
30
Maheshwar
.
Omkareshwar
25
Burhanpur
.
Total All Centers
50
38

Un
Heritage
starred
36
61
25
.
41
.
24
20
27
21
.
35
.
70
.
60
.
38
.
43
.
46
.
45
.
22
.
20
.
20
.
25
.
30
.
.
.
17
.
30
51

Others

All

32
38
.
16
22
.
40
30
41
36
37
18
49
.
14
.
25
21
27
18
33

37
25
44
22
26
22
37
58
46
68
45
46
20
20
25
28
27
18
32

At the aggregate level, occupancy ratio is 32%. Occupancy ratio is maximum in


Orcha at 68% and minimum in Burhanpur (18%).
Occupancy ratio for star (4&5), star (1,2 and 3), unstarred, heritage and other
accommodation units is 50%, 38%, 30%, 51% and 33% respectively.

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Accounts

EDP

Security

Sales & Market

Purchase & Stores

Human Resource

Public Relation

Engineering

Telephone

Health Club

Laundry

Other Departments

Total

Total No. of
Employees

Total All centers

House Keeping

Pench National Park


Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur

Management
Team

F&B (Kitchen)

Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park

No. of Rooms

F&B (Service)

Centers

Front Office

Table 8.29: No. of rooms & Percentage distribution according to type of Employment
Reference period: Yearly

3633
141
537
1044
203
85
48
103
552
898
297
676
144
18
2076
863
108
124
144
350

12.3
18.2
19.1
7.3
11.8
3.8
20.0
7.1
5.1
4.5
7.4
6.5
12.1
19.0
9.6
11.2
5.4
0.0
8.3
18.7

17.1
23.6
12.1
19.7
5.5
19.2
6.7
21.4
10.1
13.8
20.7
15.7
29.7
33.3
17.4
18.6
21.4
39.1
27.1
26.5

21.1
25.5
7.7
26.3
5.5
34.6
4.4
12.5
5.5
19.3
14.3
29.5
15.4
23.8
21.7
23.3
17.9
0.0
0.0
12.3

9.7
7.3
11.6
12.7
24.4
11.5
8.9
1.8
3.2
13.7
8.4
23.3
9.9
0.0
22.8
16.1
10.7
0.0
0.0
7.7

25.0
25.5
10.5
5.8
8.7
3.8
15.6
1.8
0.5
0.0
0.0
8.7
16.5
23.8
17.6
18.0
0.0
0.0
14.6
23.9

1.7
0.0
5.1
4.5
12.6
7.7
2.2
3.6
17.1
2.9
6.9
1.9
0.0
0.0
2.7
3.1
3.6
10.9
0.0
0.0

0.8
0.0
0.4
0.8
2.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

1.3
0.0
5.3
9.7
3.1
15.4
20.0
0.0
0.0
2.3
2.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
3.8
5.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.6

1.9
0.0
2.0
0.8
7.9
0.0
2.2
0.0
0.0
0.6
0.0
1.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

1.3
0.0
2.4
0.3
9.4
0.0
2.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

1.2
0.0
1.1
0.2
2.4
0.0
2.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

1.1
0.0
1.8
0.2
6.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.7
0.0
1.5
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.9
0.0
1.7
1.3
0.0
3.8
0.0
0.0
6.9
3.2
4.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.8
0.0
0.0
0.6

0.2
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

2.6
0.0
9.7
2.7
0.0
0.0
15.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.0
3.1
4.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
9.7

1.1
0.0
8.1
7.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
50.0
51.2
39.6
36.0
6.2
16.5
0.0
0.6
0.0
39.3
50.0
50.0
0.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

1663
55
545
600
127
52
45
56
217
621
203
803
91
21
1341
490
56
46
48
155

12044

10.1

17.0 20.0 14.6 13.8 3.4 0.5 3.7

1.0

0.8

0.4

0.5

0.3 1.1 0.1 2.8 9.7 100.0 7235

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For all centers there are 12044 rooms. In terms of employment, the contribution of F&B (service) is maximum at 20%. This is
followed by font office (17%). Number of persons is 7235.
Cross-section analyses (among centers) do not indicate relationship between number of rooms and the structure of employment.
Bhopal has maximum number of rooms and the share of house housekeeping is maximum (25%) in total employment. This is
followed by F&B (service)-21%. Also, total number of persons employed is maximum at 1663
Following Bhopal is Indore in terms of number of rooms (2076) and employment (1341). Main contribution in total employment
comes from F&B (kitchen)-23% and F&B (service)-22%
Chanderi has minimum number of rooms (18) and maximum contribution comes from of font office (33%). This is followed by
F&B(service)-24%.Total employment is 21.
We find that the share of font office is sizeable in Shivpuri (30%), Burhanpur (27%), Orchha (27%), Sanchi (24%), Maheshwar
(39%), Amarkantak (21%) and Mandu (21%). Number of rooms in these centers are: 144, 144, 141, 124,103 and 103 respectively.
The survey results suggest that font office appear to be dominant in terms of employment in the above centers, where the total
number of rooms is in the range 123-144. The total employment in these centers is 91,55,44,56 and 56 respectively. Except for
Shivpuri, total employment is relatively low (44-56).

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Bhopal
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Khajuraho
Indore
Total MP State

2 (21.3)
2 (56.7) 1 (28.3)
1 (24.3)
1 (7.1)
6 (13.3) 1 (1.7)

2 (21.3)
2 (56.7) 1 (28.3) 1 (28.3)
1 (24.3)
0 (12.2)
8 (70.8)
12 (28.3) 1 (1.7) 1 (3.3)

Massage
Centre - AC

Health Club Non AC

Health Club AC

Conference
Hall - Non
AC

Conference
Hall - AC

Banquet HallNon AC

Centers

Banquet HallAC

Table 8.30: No. of Starred accommodation units 1, 2 and 3 combined units


having the listed facilities
Reference period: Yearly

1 (28.3)
0 (12.2)
1 (3.3)

Note: Figures in the bracket are percentage of accommodation units having the listed
facility.

For all centers, small percentage of star (1,2 and3) has the listed facilities. As
compared to other listed facilities, incidence of conference hall Ac l is higher at
28%. None of the Star (1,2 and3) accommodation units has swimming facility.

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Table 8.31: No. of Starred accommodation units 4 and 5 combined units having
the listed facilities
Reference period: Yearly
Centers

Banquet
Hall-AC

Bhopal

2(100)

Banquet
HallNon AC
2(100)

Khajuraho

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

3(100)

95

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Total
All Centers

Conference
Hall AC
2(100)

Conference
Hall
Non AC
2(100)

Massage
Massage Swimming
Health Health
Pool
Club - Club - Centre AC Centre Non AC
AC Non AC
2(100) 2(100)
2(100)
2(100)
2(100)

Note: Figures in the bracket are percentage of accommodation units having the listed
facility.

Cent percent of Starred (4&5) accommodation units have all the listed facilities.

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Table 8.32: Number of accommodation units having the listed facilities (Un
Starred accommodation units)
Reference period: Yearly

Centers
Bhopal
Jabalpur/
Bhedaghat
Gwalior
Indore
Ujjain
Burhanpur
Total
All
centers

Banquet
Hall-AC

Banquet
Conference Health Health Massage Massage
Conference
Swimming
HallHall - Non Club - Club - Centre Centre Hall - AC
Pool
Non AC
AC
AC Non AC
AC
Non AC

10(7.1) 16(11.0)

10(7.1)

12(8.7)

1(0.8)

3(6.8)

2(4.5)

18(40.9)

1(2.3)

1(2.3)

1(2.3)

5(11.4)

5(19.2)

1(3.8)

3(4.4)

2(2.2)

1(2.5)
2(8.3)

0
0

6(17.5)
0

1(2.5)
1(4.2)

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

20(5.3)

21(4.3)

21(5.0)

33(7.1)

1(0.2)

1(0.2)

1(0.2)

1(0.2)

Figures in the parenthesis are the percentage of accommodation units having the listed
facility.

In Bhopal, 11 percent of the accommodation units has banquet hall non ac


facility
In Gwalior, 19 % of accommodation units has banquet hall ac facility.
In Jabalpur/Bhedaghat, a sizeable proportion of accommodation units
accounting for 41% have conference hall non-ac facility.
For all centres, percentage of accommodation units having listed facility is
consistently low.

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Table 8.33: No. of accommodation units having the listed facilities according
to type of accommodation unit.
Reference period: Yearly
Type of
Banquet Banquet
Conference
Health
Conference
Health
Massage Swimming
Accommodation HallHallHall
Club
Hall - AC
Club - AC
Centre - AC
Pool
Unit
AC
Non AC
- Non AC
Non AC
Starred 1/2/3
6
1
12
1
1
1
Unstarred

19

Starred 4/5
Heritage

1
3

Total

29

19

22

31

3
2
20

39

1
32

1
1

Conference hall AC facility is available in maximum of accommodation units (39).


This is followed by number of units having conference non-AC facility (32).

8.6

Survey of Establishment

Specified number of Establishments were selected and surveyed every month from
January 2005 to December 2006. In the table below, average employment, number of
units covered every month and effective sample size is presented.
Table 8.34: Average employment in Establishments
Reference period: Yearly
Statistics Generated

Average Employment
No. Surveyed
Effective Sample Size (No.
Surveyed x 12)

Tour and Travel


Agents/Tourist car
operator
6.0
20
240

Souvenir /
Handicraft shops

Restaurants

6.5
32
384

10.0
74
888

Average employment for Tour and Travel Agents/Tourist car operator, Souvenir /
Handicraft shops and Restaurants is estimated as 6.0, 6.5 and 10.0 respectively.

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CHAPTER 9
EVALUATION OF TOURIST FACILITIES
In this chapter, various tourists facilities as perceived by domestic and foreign tourists
have been analyzed.

9.1

Local Transport

Table 9.1: Quality of service of local transport: Perception of Domestic Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
0
1
0
10
29
19
16
9
0
3
0
0
0
0
6
7
4
10
5
2
3

Percentage Distribution
Good
Satisfactory Poor
29
55
16
21
55
24
69
27
4
51
24
14
38
17
16
27
23
30
30
28
25
4
8
79
20
70
10
72
19
6
80
19
0
27
18
55
15
13
72
13
13
74
72
18
4
60
27
6
69
27
0
68
22
1
75
20
0
74
19
6
45
35
17

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

For all centers, 45% of the tourists gave good rating and another 35% gave
satisfactory rating to the quality of local transport services. A sizeable proportion
of domestic tourists said that the quality of local transport services was poor
In Kanha national park, 29% of the domestic tourists had given excellent rating.
In the following centers high percentage of domestic tourists rated the quality of
transport services as good: Khajuraho (72%), Orchha (80%), Indore (72%),
Omkareshwar (75%) and Burhanpur (74%).
In chitrakoot, 70% of the domestic tourist gave satisfactory rating.
Incidence of poor rating was high in Amarkantak (79%), Shivpuri (72%) and
Chanderi (74%).

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Table 9.2: Quality of service of local transport: Perception of Foreign Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
1
0
0
0
14
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
4

Percentage Distribution
Good
Satisfactory Poor
34
28
38
33
35
32
10
57
33
47
24
28
22
42
22
43
32
25
58
25
15
6
94
0
30
50
19
35
47
16
22
72
6
34
0
66
51
49
0
33
39
27
20
35
45
82
18
0
29
20
43
60
39
1
50
0
50
37
41
18

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

For all centers, incidence of good, satisfactory and poor rating was 37%, 41% and
18% respectively.
In Kanha national park, 14% of the foreign tourists gave excellent rating to the
quality of local transport services.
In the following centers more than 50% of the foreign tourists gave good rating to
the quality of local transport services: Pench national park (58%), Shivpuri (51%)
Mandu (82%), Omkareshwar (60%) and Burhanpur (50%).
In Amarkantak and Orchha incidence of satisfactory rating was 94% and 72%
respectively.
Incidence of poor rating was comparatively high in Gwalior (66%), Ujjain (45%),
Maheshwar (43%) and Burhanpur (50%).

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Table 9.3: Quality of service of local transport: Perception of All Tourists


(Domestic and Foreign combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
0
1
0
10
6
7
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
6
7
4
10
5
2
3

Percentage Distribution
Good
Satisfactory
Poor
29
55
16
23
50
26
69
27
4
52
24
14
34
18
43
31
22
40
50
28
21
9
13
79
20
70
10
58
30
10
63
36
1
28
17
55
15
13
72
13
13
74
72
18
4
60
27
6
70
26
0
68
22
1
75
20
0
74
19
6
44
36
17

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

Perception of Local Transport Services


90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

C e nt e rs

Excellent

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Poor

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9.2

Accommodation

Table 9.4: Quality of accommodation units: Perception of Domestic Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
3
7
4
15
2
2
5
0
1
4
0
20
18
16
5
9
2
8
6
6
6

Percentage Distribution
Good Satisfactory
Poor
57
34
5
60
31
3
75
21
1
37
18
30
27
26
45
44
20
34
30
36
29
4
28
68
25
73
2
82
14
0
84
15
0
60
15
5
60
9
12
79
4
1
68
22
5
64
25
2
74
23
2
81
11
0
71
21
2
76
16
2
59
27
8

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

In respect of domestic tourists, 59% had given good rating and 27 % had given
satisfactory rating to the quality of accommodation services. Incidence of
excellent and poor rating was 6% and 8% respectively.
Percentage of domestic tourists who rated the quality of accommodation services
as excellent was comparatively high in Jabalpur/Bhedaghat (15%), Gwalior
(20%), Shivpuri (18%) and Chanderi (16%) respectively.
Incidence of good rating was high in orchha (84%), Chanderi (79), Mandu
(74%),Maheshwar (81%), Omkareshwar (71%) and Burhanpur (76%).
In Chitrakoot, 73% of the domestic tourists gave satisfactory rating to the quality
of accommodation services.
In Amarkantak, 68% of the domestic tourists felt that the quality of
accommodation services was poor.

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Table 9.5: Quality of accommodation units: Perception of Foreign Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh
National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Indore
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Total All Centers

Excellent
3
4
2
0
1

Percentage Distribution
Good
Satisfactory
Poor
44
31
22
54
41
0
51
47
0
24
48
28
62
17
21

All
100
100
100
100
100

30

44

17

100

6
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

81
28
84
75
58
50
0
43
56
46
62
63

12
72
17
19
40
34
27
32
44
54
37
30

2
0
0
0
3
16
73
26
0
0
0
4

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

For all centers, 63% of the foreign tourists gave good rating and 30% gave
satisfactory rating to the quality of accommodation services.
Incidence of good rating was 84% in Chitrakoot and 75% in Khajuraho.
In Amarkantak incidence of satisfactory rating was 72%
In Chanderi, 73% of the foreign tourists were of the opinion that the quality of
accommodation services was poor.

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Table 9.6: Quality of accommodation units: Perception of All Tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
3
6
4
15
2
4
5
0
1
4
0
19
15
15
6
10
1
8
6
6
6

Percentage Distribution
Good
Satisfactory
Poor
58
34
5
58
34
2
75
20
1
37
19
29
33
24
40
14
46
35
78
15
3
4
33
62
25
73
2
80
15
0
77
23
0
60
15
5
60
10
14
78
6
1
67
22
5
64
25
2
67
23
8
81
11
0
71
21
2
75
17
2
59
27
8

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

Percentage

Perception of tourists accommodation


90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

Centers
Excellent

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Satisfactory

Poor

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9.3

Food

Table 9.7: Quality of food: Perception of Domestic Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Very Good
19
20
26
18
20
7
25
1
10
36
10
6
5
1
9
6
3
18
16
7
14

Percentage Distribution
Reasonable
Poor
77
5
79
1
72
2
57
25
32
48
69
24
41
34
58
40
36
54
56
7
87
3
86
8
85
10
97
2
84
8
87
7
64
33
58
24
58
25
83
10
75
11

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

For all centers, 75% of the domestic tourists said that the quality of food was
reasonable. Around 14% indicted that the quality was very good
In Khajuraho, 36% of the domestic tourists were of the opinion that the quality of
food was excellent
In Chandei, 97% of the foreign tourists said that the quality of food was good
Incidence of poor rating was relatively high in Kanha national park (48%),
Chitrakoot (54%) and Amarkantak (44%).

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Table 9.8: Quality of food: Perception of Foreign Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Indore
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Total All Centers

Very Good
23
19
22
25
25
21
14
0
4
60
29
66
37
0
21
36
25
42

Percentage Distribution
Reasonable
Poor
57
20
79
2
64
14
47
28
33
42
23
56
83
4
100
0
96
0
38
1
66
5
34
0
63
0
39
62
66
12
43
22
23
53
54
4

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

For all centers, 54% of the foreign tourists gave reasonable rating and as high as
42% of the foreign tourists said that the quality of food was excellent
In Khajuraho and Gwalior, percentage of foreign tourists who had rated the
quality of food as excellent was 60 and 66 respectively.
In Amarkantak, cent percent of foreign tourists rated the quality of food as
reasonable. The relevant percentage 83 in Pench national park and 96 in
Chitrakoot.
In the following centers high percentage of foreign tourists rated the quality of
food as poor: Kanha national park (42%), Bandhavgarh national park (56%),
Indore (62%) and Omkareshwar (53%).

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Table 9.9: Quality of food: Perception of All Tourists (Domestic and Foreign
combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Very Good
19
20
26
18
23
21
15
1
10
47
15
7
5
1
9
6
4
18
17
9
15

Percentage Distribution
Reasonable Poor
77
5
79
1
72
2
58
24
33
44
45
33
84
1
64
34
36
54
48
5
82
3
85
8
82
12
97
2
84
8
87
7
67
29
66
16
58
25
76
15
74
10

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

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9.4

Tourists Attractions

Table 9.10: Quality of tourist attraction at the center: Perception of Domestic


Tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Percentage Distribution
Not
Very Interesting Average
Interesting
35
63
3
57
43
1
83
16
1
30
30
40
20
36
45
36
32
33
22
36
42
76
12
12
40
59
1
85
15
0
88
10
1
29
66
5
31
61
8
19
81
0
10
78
12
14
77
9
43
56
1
58
41
1
45
52
3
8
69
23
32
59
9

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

For all centers 59% of the domestic tourists rated the quality of tourist attraction
as average and a sizeable proportion of foreign tourists accounting for 32% said
that the quality of tourist attraction was very interesting.
Percentage of domestic tourists who had given very interesting rating was high
in Pachmarhi (83%), Amarkantak (76%), Khajuraho (85%), and Orchha (88%)
In Chanderi (81%), Indore (78%), and Ujjain (77%), high percentage of domestic
tourists indicated that the quality of tourist attraction was average
In Kanha national park, Jabalpur/Bhedaghat, Bandhavgarh national park and
Pench National Park incidence of not interesting rating was high. The relevant
percentage was 40, 45,33 and 42 respectively.

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Table 9.11: Quality of tourist attraction at the center: Perception of Foreign


Tourists
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Indore
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Total All Centers

Very Interesting
45
68
57
29
32
33
76
100
66
91
92
100
100
43
80
29
33
76

Percentage Distribution
Average
Not Interesting
34
21
32
0
43
0
24
47
26
42
32
35
22
2
0
0
34
0
9
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
17
41
16
4
29
0
14
0
17
7

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

It is gratifying to note that among the foreign tourists, 76% had given very
interesting rating to the quality of tourist attraction.
In Amarkantak, Gwaloor and Shivpuri cent percent of the foreign tourists felt that
the quality of tourist attraction was very interesting
In Pachmarhi (43%), Bhopal (34%), Bandhavgarh national park (32%), Sanchi
(32%) and Chitrakoot (32%) incidence of average rating was high as compared to
other centers.
Incidence of poor rating was comparatively high in Jabalpir/Bherdaghat (47%),
Kanha national park (42%), Bandhavgarh national park 35% and Indore (41%).

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Table 9.12: Quality of tourist attraction at the center: Perception of All Tourists
(Domestic and Foreign combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Very Interesting
35
59
82
30
22
19
66
76
40
88
90
30
31
19
10
14
45
54
45
8
34

Percentage Distribution
Average
Not Interesting
62
3
41
1
16
1
30
40
39
39
29
53
33
0
12
12
60
1
12
0
9
1
65
5
61
7
81
0
78
12
77
9
54
1
46
1
52
3
72
20
58
9

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

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9.5

Entertainment

Table 9.13: Quality of entertainment facility: Perception of Domestic Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
24
19
42
23
15
18
22
78
9
19
8
22
15
0
18
11
21
20
18
2
22

Percentage Distribution
Satisfactory
Poor
73
3
76
5
52
6
31
45
36
49
66
16
34
43
7
15
39
52
19
61
49
42
70
8
65
19
63
37
69
13
70
19
27
52
31
49
34
48
72
26
62
16

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Among domestic tourists 62% rated the quality of entertainment facility as


satisfactory. Incidence of excellent and poor rating was 22% and 16%
respectively.
In the following centers percentage of domestic tourists who rated the quality of
entertainment facility as excellent was comparatively high: Amarkantak (78%),
and Pachmarhi (42%)
In the following centers incidence of poor rating was more than 50%:Khajuraho
(61%) and Mandu (52%).

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Table 9.14: Quality of entertainment facility: Perception of Foreign Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Indore
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Total All Centers

Excellent
39
55
32
30
22
26
34
0
0
64
26
84
73
27
32
38
25
44

Percentage Distribution
Satisfactory
Poor
59
2
45
0
53
14
24
47
41
38
41
34
66
0
72
28
88
12
35
1
69
5
16
0
27
0
35
38
25
43
18
45
23
52
48
8

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Among foreign tourists, 44% had given excellent rating and 48% satisfactory
rating to the quality of entertainment facility.
Incidence of excellent rating was high in Khajuraho (64%), Gwalior (84%) and
and Shivpuri (73%).
In Chitrkoot, 88% of the foreign gave satisfactory rating to the quality of
entertainment facility. The relevant percentage was also high in Pench national
park (66%), Amarkantak (72%) and Orchha (69%)
Incidence of poor rating was relatively high in Mandu (43%), Maheshwar (45%)
and Omkareshwar (52%).

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Table 9.15: Quality of entertainment facility: Perception of All Tourists


(Domestic and Foreign combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Excellent
24
27
42
23
26
29
40
69
9
36
13
23
15
0
18
11
22
20
18
2
22

Percentage Distribution
Satisfactory
Poor
73
3
70
4
52
6
32
45
34
40
28
43
59
1
16
15
39
52
25
39
55
32
69
8
66
18
63
37
69
13
70
19
32
47
36
44
35
48
78
20
62
16

All
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.

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9.6

Shopping Facilities

Table 9.16: Quality of shopping facility: Perception of Domestic Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Percentage Distribution
Adequate
Inadequate All
76
24
100
53
47
100
49
51
100
52
48
100
34
66
100
31
69
100
38
62
100
13
87
100
2
98
100
31
69
100
2
98
100
91
9
100
71
29
100
36
64
100
74
26
100
71
29
100
17
83
100
49
51
100
28
72
100
72
28
100
65
35
100

Among domestic tourists, 65% had rated the shopping facility as adequate.
In Chitrakoot and Orchha, 98% of the domestic tourists rated the quality of
shopping facility as inadequate. Also, 87% of the domestic tourists in
Amarkantak, 83% in Mandu and 72% in Omkareshwar rated the quality of
shopping facility as inadequate.

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Table 9.17: Quality of shopping facility: Perception of Foreign Tourists


Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/ Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Percentage Distribution
Adequate
Inadequate
All
79.3
20.8
100.0
69.2
30.8
100.0
60.8
39.2
100.0
0.6
99.4
100.0
33.7
66.3
100.0
83.3
16.7
100.0
55.6
44.4
100.0
5.7
94.3
100.0
36.9
63.1
100.0
82.7
17.3
100.0
13.3
86.7
100.0
32.2
68.1
100.0
26.7
74.2
100.0
26.6

73.4

100.0

60.6
50.0
52.6

39.4
50.0
47.5

100.0
100.0
100.0

59.8

40.2

100.0

Among foreign tourists, 60% said that the quality of shopping facility was
adequate.
In Bandhavgarh national park and Khajuraho, 83% of the foreign tourists rated the
quality of shopping facility as adequate. The relevant percentage was also high in
Bhopal (79)
Percentage of foreign tourists who rated the quality of shopping facility as
inadequate was high in the following centers: Jabalpur/Bhedaghat (99%),
Amarkantak (94%), Orchha (87%), Shivpuri (74%) and Indore (73%).

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Table 9.18: Quality of shopping facility: Perception of All Tourists (Domestic


and Foreign combined)
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Bhopal
Sanchi
Pachmarhi
Jabalpur/Bhedaghat
Kanha National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Pench National Park
Amarkantak
Chitrakoot
Khajuraho
Orchha
Gwalior
Shivpuri
Chanderi
Indore
Ujjain
Mandu
Maheshwar
Omkareshwar
Burhanpur
Total All Centers

Percentage Distribution
Adequate Inadequate
All
76.2
23.8
100.0
56.8
43.3
100.0
49.3
50.7
100.0
51.3
48.7
100.0
36.7
63.5
100.0
44.8
55.3
100.0
45.8
54.2
100.0
13.2
87.0
100.0
1.6
98.4
100.0
50.3
49.7
100.0
3.2
96.8
100.0
91.5
8.5
100.0
73.6
26.4
100.0
36.0
64.0
100.0
74.3
25.7
100.0
71.4
28.6
100.0
19.0
81.0
100.0
50.3
49.7
100.0
27.4
72.2
100.0
65.5
34.5
100.0
65.1
34.9
100.0

Trends are similar to what was observed for domestic tourists.


Perception of Shopping facilities

120

Percentage

100
80
60
40
20
0

Centers

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Adequate

Inadequate

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CHAPTER 10
AWARENESS OF TOURIST PLACES OF NORTH EAST STATES
AND BUDDHIST CENTERS
In this chapter awareness and visits to tourists places located in North East States and
Buddhist centers have been analyzed. Apart from lack of awareness other major
reasons for not visiting and the main attraction for those who had visited have also
been presented.

10.1 Visit to North East Region


Table 10.1: Percentage of tourists who were aware of the listed locations falling
in the North eastern region
Reference period: Yearly
Regions
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Tripura
Sikkim

Domestic Tourists
Percentage Percentage
aware
visited
90.4
50.0
94.8
85.5
88.6
75.6
81.0
72.1
70.1

60.6
51.3
39.8
29.3
22.5
17.5
13.1

Foreign Tourists
Percentage Percentage
aware
visited
75.0
53.1
64.3
65.0
74.6
75.1
64.3
62.1
73.4

41.8
51.6
19.8
27.0
42.4
17.6
18.6

All Tourists
Percentage Percentage
aware
visited
77.8
59.0
81.1
73.6
76.5
65.4
69.4
62.1
61.0

72.8
61.2
48.9
35.4
26.8
20.6
15.4

In respect of domestic tourist. Level of awareness was generally high for all
centers. In this regard, level of awareness was the highest for Assam (95%). This
was followed by Arunachal Pradesh (90%). The relevant percentage was the
lowest for Sikkim (70%).
With regard to the foreign tourists, the level of awareness was around 75%for
Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Mizoram. The level of awareness was the
lowest for Tripura (62%)
Among the domestic tourists, who were aware, percentage visited was 61 for
Assam, 51% for Manipur and 50% for Arunachal Pradesh. Relevant percentage
was the lowest for Sikkim (13%)
With regard to the foreign tourists, percentage visited was the highest for
Arunachal Pradesh (53%). This was followed by Manipur (52%) , Assam (42%)
and Nagaland (42%). The relevant percentage was the lowest for Tripura (18%)

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10.2 Areas of Primary Interest


Table 10.2: Percentage of tourists reporting different views on the main
attraction of the North Eastern States
Reference period: Yearly
Views
Have great historical
significance
Have rich cultural heritage
Have scenic beauty
Are well maintained
Are major tourist attractions
Are famous in India
Are famous in the world
Are worth visiting
Are easily accessible

Percentage Reporting
Domestic
Foreign
All Tourists
Tourists
Tourists
100.0
89.1
100.0
26.1
54.0
44.8
51.8
34.8
15.1
11.0
4.8

56.3
77.3
25.0
35.8
1.5
0.0
18.9
5.9

26.6
54.4
44.7
51.5
34.4
15.0
11.0
4.8

Cent percent of the domestic tourists said that the great historical significance was
the main attraction of the visit
Main attraction of the visit as viewed by 89% of the foreign tourists is the
historical significance of the region. Also, scenic beauty was cited as the main
attraction by 77% of the foreign tourists.

10.3 Overall perception of tourists: North Eastern States


Table 10.3: Overall perceptions of the tourists on their visit to North Eastern
States
Reference period: Yearly
Percentage Reporting
Perception
Very Satisfied
Quite Satisfied
Not Sure
Somewhat Dissatisfied
Very Dissatisfied

Domestic
Tourists
20.7
54.7
11.3
8.5
4.7

Foreign Tourists

All Tourists

14.7
36.6
25.6
23.1
0.0

20.7
54.4
11.7
8.6
4.8

In respect of the domestic tourists, 55% were quite satisfied and 21% very
satisfied.
With regard to the foreign tourists, 15% were very satisfied and 37% quite
satisfied. Around 26% were not sure. A sizeable proportion of foreign tourists
accounting for 23% were quite dissatisfied.

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Overall perceptions: Visit to North Eastern States


4.8
8.6

20.7

Very Satisfied
Quite Satisfied

11.7

Not Sure
Somew hat
Dissatisfied
Very Dissatisfied

54.4

Table 10.4: Reasons for somewhat dissatisfied or very dissatisfied on Overall


perceptions of tourists on their visit to North Eastern States
Reference period: Yearly
Reasons
Security concern
Restricted moment/ curves on free
moment
Accessibility
Knowledgeable Guides at reasonable
price
Swindlers
Internal Transport at reasonable rates
Accommodation Problems
Food Problems
Congestion / crowded
Environment
Toilet Facilities
Discourteous behaviour
Communication
ATM & Credit card facilities
Others specify

Percentage Reporting
Domestic
Foreign
All Tourists
Tourists
Tourists
61.0
43.1
57.5
35.8
2.4
35.8
29.1
11.3

3.8
32.3

24.3
11.4

39.7
10.1
42.6
37.5
27.5
46.7
14.7
31.5
41.7
3.4
0.0

3.8
2.4
0.0
3.5
27.3
2.4
0.0
34.5
34.5
4.6
0.0

34.6
9.9
37.4
36.8
33.3
46.2
14.9
36.8
52.6
3.3
0.0

Among domestic tourists, main reason for somewhat dissatisfied and very
dissatisfied was the security concerns as indicated by 61% of the domestic
tourists. Other major reasons were environment, accommodation problems and
communication problems and the relevant percentage response was 47%, 43% and
42% respectively.

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Among foreign tourists, the major problem was security concerns as revealed by
43% of the foreign tourists.

10.4 Reasons for not Visiting / Not Proposing to Visit


Table 10.5: Reasons for not visiting North Eastern Regions
Reference period: Yearly

Reasons
Not aware of these locations
Budgetary constraints
Time constraints
Not interested
Transport Bottlenecks
Connectivity
Security concerns
Availability of budget package/circuits
Others (specify)

Percentage reporting different reasons


All Tourists
Domestic
Foreign
(Domestic and
Tourists
Tourists
Foreign combined)
48.5
71.0
49.0
47.3
31.9
47.0
55.1
51.7
54.9
31.0
24.9
30.7
3.9
7.8
4.1
7.0
5.8
6.9
5.0
19.2
5.5
2.0
10.0
2.2
9.2
8.4
9.2

In respect of the domestic tourists the major reasons were time constraints (55%),
lack of awareness (49%) and budgetary constraint (47%)
Among the foreign tourists, main reasons were lack of awareness (71%) and time
constraint (52%)

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10.5 Visit to Buddhist Centers


Table 10.6: Percentage of tourists aware of the listed locations falling in the
Buddhist centers
Reference period: Yearly
Centres
Areraj
Aurangabad
Bodhgaya
Guneri
Kesaria
Lauria
Nalanda
Rajgir
Vaishali
Vikramsilla
Ajanta & Ellora
Kalgaon
Khandiri
Kaushambi
Kushinagar
Nagarjunakonda
Ratnagiri
Sanchi
Saravasti
Sarnath
Udaygiri
Vidhisha
Other (specify)

Domestic Tourists
Percentage Percentage
aware
visited
16.8
7.9
30.5
20.4
58.7
43.9
17.2
11.2
26.3
10.5
12.3
6.2
45.3
21.6
52.8
23.7
38.1
13.8
31.7
7.8
48.6
26.5
16.7
10.3
11.0
6.2
15.5
5.8
16.7
5.6
10.2
4.5
20.2
9.0
48.5
50.9
10.9
8.9
38.6
22.5
27.2
13.4
23.3
17.4
1.8
2.3

Foreign Tourists
Percentage Percentage
aware
visited
5.0
4.6
18.9
16.9
76.7
75.9
12.5
2.0
5.6
3.5
2.3
1.9
55.8
57.8
61.2
40.5
32.7
10.8
29.1
5.8
30.0
21.6
16.8
4.6
1.7
3.5
1.7
2.2
9.2
4.4
5.7
4.0
12.6
5.8
48.0
45.0
5.3
7.7
35.6
28.1
24.2
16.8
15.4
23.6
4.5
9.9

All Tourists
Percentage Percentage
aware
visited
16.7
7.9
30.3
20.1
59.1
44.7
17.1
11.1
26.0
10.4
12.1
6.1
45.7
22.8
53.1
24.2
38.1
13.6
31.8
7.6
48.1
25.9
16.6
10.2
10.8
6.1
15.3
5.7
16.6
5.6
10.2
4.5
20.1
9.0
48.4
50.5
10.8
8.9
38.6
22.4
27.2
13.5
23.2
17.3
1.8
2.4

Among the domestic tourists level of awareness was 59% for Bodhgaya, 45% for
Nalanda, 53% for Rajgir, 49% for Ajanta & Ellora, 49% for Sanchi and 39% for
Sarnath. for other centers level of awareness was lower.
In respect of the foreign tourists, level of awareness was 77% for Bodhgaya, 56%
for Nalanda, 61% for Rajgir, and 48% for Sanchi. For other centers, level of
awareness was much lower.
Among the domestic tourists who were aware, 51% had visited Sanchi and 44%
had visited Bodhgaya. For other centers, the relevant percentage was much lower.
With regard to the foreign tourists who were aware, 76% had visited Bodhgaya,
58% had visited Nalanda, 41% had visited Rajgir and 45% had visited Sanchi. For
other centers, the relevant percentage was much lower.

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10.6 Areas of Primary Interest


Table 10.7: Percentage of tourists reporting different views on the main
attraction of Buddhist centers
Reference period: Yearly
Views
Have great historical significance
Have rich cultural heritage
Have scenic beauty
Are well maintained
Are major tourist attractions
Are famous in India
Are famous in the world
Are worth visiting
Are easily accessible

Percentage Reporting
Domestic
Foreign
All Tourists
Tourists
Tourists
66.2
93.1
66.7
40.6
71.4
41.5
63.8
57.6
63.6
45.6
45.0
45.6
51.6
27.6
51.0
28.1
26.4
28.2
25.6
46.3
26.0
4.6
8.1
4.7
14.6
19.5
14.6

In respect of the domestic tourists, main attractions were: great historical


significance (66%) and scenic beauty (64%)
With regard to the foreign tourists, the major attractions were: great historical
significance (93%) and rich cultural heritage (71%).

10.7 Overall Perceptions: Buddhist Centers


Table 10.8: Overall perceptions of the tourists on their visit to Buddhist centers
Reference period: Yearly
Perception
Very Satisfied
Quite Satisfied
Not Sure
Somewhat Dissatisfied
Very Dissatisfied

Percentage Reporting
Domestic Tourists Foreign Tourists
All Tourists
19.1
13.7
18.9
48.6
59.4
48.9
21.4
13.6
21.1
7.9
8.3
7.9
3.1
4.7
3.2

Among domestic tourists, 19% were very satisfied and 49% were quite satisfied.
Around 21% were not sure.
In respect of the foreign tourists, 14% were very satisfied and 59% quite satisfied.

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Overall perceptions: Visit to Budhist centers


3.2
7.9

18.9

Very Satisfied

21.1

Quite Satisfied
Not Sure
Somew hat Dissatisfied
Very Dissatisfied

48.9

10.8 Reasons for not Visiting / Not Proposing to Visit


Table 10.9: Reasons for somewhat dissatisfied or very dissatisfied on Overall
perceptions of tourists on their visit to Buddhist centres
Reference period: Yearly
Reasons
Security concern
Restricted moment/ curves on free moment
Accessibility
Knowledgeable Guides at reasonable price
Swindlers
Internal Transport at reasonable rates
Accommodation Problems
Food Problems
Congestion / crowded
Environment
Toilet Facilities
Discourteous behaviour
Communication
ATM & Credit card facilities
Others specify

Percentage Reporting
Domestic
Foreign
All Tourists
Tourists
Tourists
43.2
59.7
43.5
21.8
5.5
21.8
15.7
40.8
15.8
14.0
28.8
13.9
34.8
61.8
35.3
4.8
18.2
4.9
25.1
13.5
25.0
29.6
1.1
29.3
15.5
4.4
15.4
46.4
5.8
46.2
26.5
2.3
26.5
18.1
6.7
18.2
54.1
43.7
54.1
1.6
7.6
1.7
1.4
0.0
1.3

Among domestic tourists, main reasons were communication problems (54%),


environment (46%) and security concerns (43%).
In respect of foreign tourists main reasons were swindlers (62%) and security
concerns (60%)

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Table 10.9: Reasons for not visiting Buddhist centers


Reference period: Yearly

Reasons
Not aware of these locations
Budgetary constraints
Time constraints
Not interested
Transport Bottlenecks
Connectivity
Security concerns
Availability of budget package/circuits
Others (specify)

Percentage reporting different reasons


Domestic
Foreign All Tourists (Domestic
Tourists
Tourists and Foreign combined)
46.3
50.7
46.9
36.4
28.6
36.4
59.1
38.3
8.1
13.2
4.7
4.7
10.5

71.9
24.6
26.9
20.1
8.9
4.7
8.9

59.8
38.1
9.2
12.8
4.8
4.7
10.5

Among domestic tourists main reasons were Time constraints (59%) and lack of
awareness (46%).
With regard to the foreign tourists main reasons were time constraints (71%) and
lack of awareness (51%).

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CHAPTER - 11
PLANNED EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE
In this chapter, trends in the planned expenditure and revenue with reference to MP
tourism have been analyzed. The analyses is based on the secondary data obtained
from Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation.
Revenue
Trends in revenue from tourism.
Table 11.1: Revenue from tourism under different heads across periods
(Rs. Lakhs)
Periods
Lodging
Catering Transport Miscellaneous
Total
2002-03
411.5(34)
496.5(41)
66.64((6)
228.56(19)
1203.56(100)
2003-04
507.91(39) 572.10(44)
62.15(5)
159.21(12)
1301.37(100)
2004-05
635.50(37) 618.60(36)
128.3(8)
320.95(19)
1703.35(100)
2005-06
860.55(38) 952.65(42) 230.91(10)
219.12(10)
2263.23(100)
(tentative)
Figures in the parenthesis are the row percentages.

Over the years there has been increase in revenue under the all the heads under
study.
For all the periods, lodging and catering has a dominant share ranging between 73
% in 2004-05 and 83% in 2003-04.
The share of transport has increased to 10% in 2005-06 as against 5-8% in the
preceding periods.

Growth in revenue
Table 11.2:Total revenue (Rs Lakhs) and growth in revenue (%) between periods
Period
2002-03
2003-04
Annual growth rate
2003-04
2004-05
Annual growth rate
2004-05
2005-06
Annual growth rate
2002-03
2005-06
Compounded annual growth

Revenue (Rs. Lakhs)/growth rate


1203.56
1301.37
8.1
1301.37
1703.35
30.9
1703.35
2263.23
32.9
1203.56
2263.26
23.4

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There has been a steep increase in the annual growth rate, from 8.1 % (between
2002-03 and 2003-04) to 30.9 % (between 2003-04 and 2004-05). Annual growth
rate further increased to 32.9 % between 2005-06 and 2004-05.
The compounded annual growth between 2002-03 and 2005-06 is 23.4%.

Tenth Plan approved Outlay


Central Project sanctioned
Table 11.3: Tenth Five Year Plan at a Glance
(Rs. Lakhs)
S.No
2002-03
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2003-04
21

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Project Name
Expansion of Travellers Lodge, Sanchi
Upgradation of Travellers Lodge, Sanchi
National Folk Festival, Khajuraho
Painting competition
Development of view point at Korighat at
Hoshangabad
Signages
Upgradation of High way Resort, Biora
Upgradation of Sanchi Cafeteria
Upgradation of Tank at Sanchi
Const. Of Conference hall at Shivpuri
Development of Bhurakhoh near Shivpuri under
central Circuit
Rural Tourism in Hatwa village
Development of tourist facilities at Udaigiri
Information Cum Interpretation centre at Bhimbethka
Providing tourist facilities at Sanchi Monuments
Providing tourist facilities at Satdhara
Tourist facilities at Shiv Mandir Bhojpur
Upgradation of John Marshall house at Sanchi
Upgradation of Museum Building at Sanchi
Chanderi as a Destination
Total
Redevelopment around western group of temples,
Khajuraho Circuit (Khajuraho-Orchha Circuit 200304)
Dev. Of Bhadaiya Kund near Shivpuri (M.P) Cirucit
2003-04
National Kayaking and Canoeing Championshipspurchase of equipment (M.P) Circuit 2002-03
Upgradation of High Ways Treat at Dodi (M.P)
Circuit 2002-03
Water Sports Complex Bargi, Jabalpur
Rural Tourism project Chaugan Mandla
Rural Tourism project Pranpur District Ashok Nagar
Water Sports complex at Tigra Dam
Canoeing Championship at Bhopal
National Folk festival Lokranjan Khajuraho

Project Cost
Central Share
State Share

Total

73.45
16.60
10.00
0.38
47.15

26.37
16.60
25.00
Nil
Nil

99.82
33.20
35.00
0.38
47.15

20.00
53.67
11.50
21.00
35.24
1.74

Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
13.00
Nil

20.00
53.67
21.00
21.00
48.24
1.74

44.00
16.00
100.00
10..0
13.50
23.00
10.00
183.00
111.00
801.23

Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nill
Nil
Nil
80.97

44.00
16.00
100.00
10.00
13.50
23.00
10.00
183.00
110.00
882.20

190.80

Nil

190.80

8.84

Nil

8.84

49.76

Nil

49.76

54.00

Nil

54.00

98.60
50.00
48.00
96.70
15.00
10.00

2.40
Nil
Nil
25.00
Nil
15.00

101.00
50.00
48.00
121.70
15.00
25.00

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S.No
31
32

Computerisation and integration of offices of M.P


Capacity Building
Total

2004-05
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
2005-06
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Project Name

Project Cost
Central Share
State Share
48.20
48.20
2.00
Nil
671.90
90.60

Sound and light show at Orchha


Development of holding Simhastha at Ujjain
Development of Maheshwar
Development of Omkareshwar
Introduction of cruise on the upper Lake, Bhopal
Celebration of National Folk festival Lokranjan,
Khajuraho
IT schemes for Department of Tourism M.P
Rafting at Orchha
Total
Rural Tourism, Orchha
Construction of Cottages at Mukki
Integrated Dev. Of tourist Circuit on the sector
Gwalior-Orchha-Khajuraho
Destination Development, Burhanpur
Destination Development Indore
Celebration of National Folk Festival
Development of tourism Circuit Sanchi-BhopalBhojpur-Bhimbetka-Pachmarhi
CFA for Integrated of Tourism Circuit GwaliorShivpuri-Chandari
YAI National Sailing Championship at Upper Lake
Bhopal
Total

Total
96.40
2.00
762.50

149.07
110.66
136.00
327.79
234.07
10.00

Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
30.00

149.07
110.66
136.00
327.79
234.07
40.00

50.00
9.78
1516.97

50.00
Nil
80.00

100.00
9.78
1596.97

50.00
34.16
461.09

50.00
23.06
111.30

100.00
57.22
572.39

449.00
482.69
10.00
715.45

61.00
48.26
30.00
84.55

510.00
530.95
40.00
800.00

800.00

Nil

800.00

15.00

19.50

34.50

3017.39

386.67

3404.06

Table 11.4: Total amount of project sanctioned in different periods


(Rs. Lakhs)
Period
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06

Central share
801.23(91)
671.9 (88)
1516.97(95)
3017.39(89)

State share
80.97(9)
90.6(12)
80(5)
386.67(11)

Total
882.2(100)
762.5 (100)
1596.97(100)
3404.06(100)

Annual growth rate over


previous period (%)
-13
110
113

Total amount has increased from Rs 882.2 lakhs in 2002-03 to 3404.06 lakhs in
2005-06
The central share continues to be dominant and varies between 88% in 2003-04
and 95% in 2004-05.
Annual growth rate has initially declined by 13% and for the subsequent two
periods increased by 110 % and 113% respectively.
Compounded annual growth rate between 2002-03 and 2005-06 as computed from
above table is 57%

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Tenth five year plan: outlay and allocation


Table 11.5: Tenth Five Year Plan 2002-03 to 2006-07 at a Glance

S.No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Name of Scheme/ Programme


(2)
Development of tourist centres
Publicity and Promotions
Fairs and Festivals
Miscellaneous and Other Exp.
State Share in Central Schemes
Development of tourist Circuits
Youth & Adventure Activities
Grant in aid to Local Bodies
State share in const. Of IHM Gwalior
Tourism Ed./Training
Interest Subsidy for Heritage Hotel
Upgradation of Units of MPT
TOTAL
Central Share in Central Scheme
11th Finance Commission Grant
12th Finance Commission Grant
Grand Total

Tenth
Plan
Approved
Outlay
(3)
30.00
1000.00
100.00
50.00
1075.00
50.00
100.00
95.00
80.00
10.00
75.00
150.00
2815.00
2545.00
6700.00
5360.00

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

Outlay

Allocation

Outlay

Allocation

Outlay

Allocation

Outlay

Allocation

Approved
Outlay

(4)
6.00
150.00
20.00
10.00
215.00
10.00
20.00
35.00
40.00
2.00
15.00
150.00
673.00
1400.00
5360.00

(5)
20.00
130.00
16.10
9.89
215.00
9.20
20.00
21.89
40.00
150.00
632.00
1400.00
1400

(6)
3.00
200.00
30.00
10.00
235.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
40.00
2.00
15.00
150.00
730.00
1145.00
1145.00

(7)
180.00
23.47
78.23
5.00
5.19
40.00
1.80
150.00
483.69
262.85
1135.79
1135.79

(8)
0.05
200.00
35.00
135.00
5.00
4.95
20.00
2.00
5.00
407.00
1000.00
9.21
1416.21

(9)
200.00
14.58
128.35
2.08
4.95
16.92
9.67
162.50
539.05
383.27
922.32

(10)
0.05
294.00
45.00
157.00
5.00
10.00
1.00
1.00
0.01
51.95
565.01
2000.00
0.01
2565.02

(11)
0.05
294.00
45.00
157.00
5.00
10.00
1.00
1.00
0.01
51.95
565.01
2000.00
0.01
2565.02

(12)
0.05
450.00
50.00
215.00
5.00
0.95
10.00
5.00
64.00
800.00
3000.00
1675.00
5475.00

Plan
11th PC

Total Outlay
2815.00
2545.00

Collection of Domestic Tourist Statistics for the State of Madhya Pradesh

Allocated
3019.83
2545.00

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Summary table as extracted from table11.5 is presented below.


Table 11.6: Tenth five year plan 2002-03 to 2006-07
2002-03
2003-04
Outlay Allocation Outlay Allocation
673

632.08

730

483.99

(Rs. Lakhs)
2004-05
2005-06
Outlay Allocation Outlay Allocation Approved
Outlay
407
539.05
565.01 565.01
800

Tenth plan approved outlay for various schemes for is Rs.2815 lakhs. Details
relating to outlay and allocation for different periods appears in the above table.

Collection of Domestic Tourist Statistics for the State of Madhya Pradesh

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Annexure I

Amarkantak
BHOJPUR

ANNEXURE II
Name of the Centre
(Use the codes given in the list)
Schedule No.

SURVEY OF TOURIST ACCOMMODATION UNIT


(Reference period: Month

Year

(codes- Jan:1, Feb:2, Mar:3, Apr:4, May:5, June:6, July:7, August:8 Sep:9, Oct:10,
Nov:11, Dec:12)
1.

Name and address of the Hotel / establishment

2.

Type of Accommodation unit (Please 9 and use the following codes)


1 Star: 1, 2 Star:2, 3 Star:3, 4 Star:4, 5 Star: 5, Delux:6, Heritage hotel:7,
Unstarred hotel: 8, Guest House: 9, Tourist Bungalow: 10, Dormitory: 11, Youth
Hostel: 12 and Dharamsala:13

3.

Ownership details (Please 9 and use the following codes)


Govt. owned: 1, Public Limited Company: 2, Private Limited Company: 3,
Single owner:4, Charitable trust:5.

4.

Does the hotel belong to a chain/ group Yes/ No (Please 9 and use the following
codes) Yes: 1, No: 2
If yes, specify

5.

Year of commencement. (example for 1968, post 1968)

6.

Please furnish the following.


a) Number of Rooms/Beds
Type of Accommodation
Dormitory / Hall
Single AC
Double AC
Suits AC
Single Non AC
Double Non AC
Suits Non AC

No. of Rooms

No. of Beds

ii

b) Facility Available
Type of facility

With A.C
Without A.C
Number Capacity
Number Capacity
(specify
the
(specify
the
unit: sitting/No
unit: sitting/No
of persons)
of persons)

Banquet Hall
Conference Hall
Health Club
Massage centre
Others (specify)
c) Whether Swimming Pool Facility Available
(Please 9 and use the following codes)
Yes:1, No:2
7.

Average Occupancy Ratio during the month

8.

Employment statistics

Departments

Number of
Permanent employees

Number of casual or
temporary employees

Management Team
Front Office
F&B (Service)
F&B (Kitchen)
House Keeping
Accounts
EDP
Security
Sales & Marketing
Purchase & Stores
Human Resource
Public Relation
Engineering
Telephone
Health Club
Laundry
Other departments
Total

9.

Monthly Revenue

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10.

Monthly Tax Paid

11. Please generate the following Statistics in respect of tourist inflow


S.
No.

Type of
Tourists
(Domestic: 1,
Foreign:2)

Name of the State (in case


of domestic tourists)/
name of the country (in
case of foreign tourists).
Post the relevant state
code / country code as
provided in the list

Number of
tourists

Bed Night
sspent

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ANNEXURE - III

Interview No.

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR TOURISTS


(Respondent is the Head of the Family, in case of Family)
Reference Period
Month
(codes- Jan:1, Feb:2, Mar:3, Apr:4, May:5, June:6, July:7, August:8 Sep:9, Oct:10,
Nov:11, Dec:12)
Year: (2005=5)
PART A:

LOCATION PARTICULARS

1. State
(Madhya Pradesh:1, Chhattisgarh:2)
2. Name of Tourist Place
(appear in Annexure ___)
3. Category
Foreign Tourist -1, Domestic tourist - 2, Domestic Day-visitor- 3,
Foreign Day-visitor-4
4. Place where contacted
(Hotel 1, Tourist spot 2, Others (specify) -3
5. Date of Contact
(specify Date, Month and Year)
PART B: DEMOGRAPHIC PARTICULARS
1. Name

_______________________________________

2. Nationality
_______________________________________
(For foreigners)
(Country codes are provided in Annexure __)
3. State
______________________
(For Domestic tourist)
List along with the codes appearing Annexure__)

4. Education: (only for the Head of the Group)


1. No Education
2. Secondary/Upper secondary
3. Higher education
4. Technical education
5. Type of occupation (only for the Head of the Group)
1. Business/ industrialist / Trader / Petty shopkeeper
2. Professional (Private Enterprise: Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant,
Doctor, Lawyer, Engineer, Consultant, Proprietor of the firm/institute etc.)
3. Government service
4. Private service
5. Agriculture
6. Student/Researcher
7. Housewife
8. Retired
9. Others (Specify)
6. Approximate annual household income

currency _____________
Income_______________

PART C:

TRAVEL DETAILS

1. Are you traveling


a) Alone- 1 b) With familty-2
d) With family & Friends- 4

Friends- 3

2. Size of Traveling Family


3. Please give the following for the individual members in the Group
S.No.

Sex (Male:1, Female:2)

Age (on last


birthday)

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4. Is it a package tour?
(Yes-1, No-2)
5. Main Purpose of visit: 1. Leisure, recreation, holidays
a. Cultural activities (code:1)
b. Resorts (beaches, hills etc.)-(code:2)
c. Wildlife (code:3)
d. Others(code:4)
2. Visiting friends and relatives (code:5)
3. Business and professional (code:6)
4. Health and treatment (code:7)
5. Social / Religious functions (code:8)
6. Pilgrimage (code:9)
7. Education (code:10)
8. Conference (code:11)
9. Employment(code:12)
10.Sports participating or witnessing (code 13)
6. How did you make your travel arrangement? (multiple response)
Self- 1, Office/Employer- 2, Travel agent-3,
Tour Operator-4, Others (specify)-5
7. Number of night stay
a) Currently Number of night stay
b) Number of night stay in future
8. Place of Stay
a) Type of accommodation
Starred Hotel - 1, Un Starred Hotel - 2, Guest House/ Rest Houses/Tourist
Bungalow - 3, Youth Hostels/ YMCA etc. - 4, Dormitory-5, Dharmasala-6,
Friends & Relatives - 7, Day visitors-8, Others - 9
PART D: TOUR EXPENDITURE (REFERENCE PERIOD: YESTERDAY/
TODAY)
1. If it is a package tour, what is the total cost of the package per day (in Rs.)
2. Would you please indicate the details of expenditure incurred by you yesterday
at this place? (Indicate total expenditure incurred by you and other members of
family and friends traveling with you. In case of Day-visitor, indicate todays
expenditure at the Centre). If you have arrived today please write todays
expenditure (incurred upto now and expected expenditure till the end of the day)
(Normally we are recording yesterdays expenditure. In exceptional cases when
the tourist has arrived today we are asking todays expenditure. Accordingly,
reference period will differ)
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Reference period for the expenditure (yesterday = 1, today = 2)


a) Accommodation Services
b) Food and Beverage Serving Services
Services
Railway Station, bus stand, train
Hotels
Private Guest House
Tourist Guest House
Govt. Guest House
Dharamshala
Restaurants
Cafeteria
Snack bars
Lunch counters
Refreshments stands
Canteens
Milk bars
Bars & other drinking places
Others
Mela, Fair, Picnic

Amount (Rs.)

c) Transport Equipment Rental (Hired taxi/car/jeep/tractor)


d) Travel agencies and similar (Reference period: yesterday / today)
Services
Travel Agents
Tour Operators
Tourist Guides

Amount (Rs.)

e) Other Recreational and Entertainment Services


Services
Cinema, Night clubs, Theatres
Conferences and Conventions
Other Amusements

Amount (Rs.)

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Tourism Related Industries


f) Clothing and Garments
Services
Clothes (dhoti, sari, shirt, pyjamas, ladies suit, etc.)
Chadar, Dupatta, Shawl, Lungi, Towel etc.
Readymade garments
Knitted garments, sweater, pullover, cardigan, etc.
Bedsheet, bed cover, blanket, pillow, quilts etc.
Knitting wool
Others

Amount (Rs.)

g) Processed food1
Services
Tea and coffee
Cold beverages and fruit juice
Other beverages
Biscuits, salted refreshments, sweets, cake, pastry
Pickle, Sauce, Jam, Jelly etc.
Other processed food

Amount (Rs.)

h) Tobacco products
Services
Pan, Supari, Lime, Katha
Bidi, Cigratte, Tobacco

Amount (Rs.)

i) Alcohol
Services
Beer, Toddy, Liquor
Other intoxicants

Amount (Rs.)

j) Durable goods
Services
Suitcase, trunk, hand bag, other travel goods
Spectacles, pen, lock, umbrella
Radio, walkman, torch, batteries etc.
Camera, cassettes, films etc.
Photography, Video Cassette
Sports items and Toys
Others

Amount (Rs.)

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k) Footwear
Services
Leather footwear
Rubber footwear
Others

Amount (Rs.)

l) Toiletries
Services
Toilet soap, washing soap, washing powder, hair oil etc.
Tooth brush, tooth paste, tooth powder
Body talcum, powder, face cream
Shaving blades, shaving stick, razor, shaving cream
Other toiletries

Amount (Rs.)

m) Gems and Jewellery


Services
Gems and Jewellery

Amount (Rs.)

n) Medicines and Health Related items


Services
Medicines and Health Related items

Amount (Rs.)

o) Printing and Publishing


Services
Book, magazines, Newspapers, Library and other stationery

Amount (Rs.)

PART E: EVALUATION
1. Transport within the centre
Excellent 1, Good 2, Satisfactory-3, Poor-4
2. Local transport within the centre
Excellent 1, Good 2, Satisfactory-3, Poor-4
3. Accommodation
Excellent 1, Good 2, Satisfactory-3, Poor-4

4. Accommodation tariff

High
Reasonable
Cheap

1
2
3

5. Food Quality

Very good
Satisfactory
Poor

1
2
3

6. Tourist attraction at the centre

Very interesting 1
Average
2
Not interesting
3

7. Entertainment Facility

Excellent
Satisfactory
Poor

1
2
3

8. Shopping Facility

Adequate
Inadequate

1
2

PART F: VISIT TO NORTH EAST REGION LOCATED IN INDIA


The relevant codes appear in the parenthesis by the side of each of the item. If new items
are there, please write and give additional codes corresponding to each of the new item,
if any
1. Which of these north-eastern Indian states are you aware of? READ OUT OPTIONS
& TICK (MULTIPLE CODES) Provisions is made for all the 8 Locations. Post the
appropriate location codes in the boxes.
[1] Arunachal Pradesh

[2] Assam

[5] Mizoram

[6] Nagaland

[3] Manipur
[7] Tripura

[4] Meghalaya
[8] Sikkim

2. Which of these north-eastern Indian states have you visited? READ OUT OPTIONS
& TICK (MULTIPLE CODES). Provision is made for 6 locations. If more than 6
draw additional box and post the relevant location code.
[1] Arunachal Pradesh

[2] Assam

[3] Manipur

[4] Meghalaya

[5] Mizoram

[6] Nagaland

[7] Tripura

[8] Sikkim

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3. We want your opinion about the north-eastern Indian states, please tell us whether
north-eastern Indian states. READ OUT OPTIONS & TICK (MULTIPLE CODES).
Provision is made for 3 options. If more than 3, draw additional box and post the
relevant option code.
[1] Have great historical significance

[2] Have rich cultural heritage

[3] Have scenic beauty

[4] Are well maintained

[5] Are major tourist attractions

[6] Are famous in India

[7] Are famous in the world

[8] Are worth visiting

[9] Are easily accessible

4. On an overall basis, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your visit there?
[5] Very satisfied

[4] Quite satisfied

[3] Not sure

[2] Somewhat dissatisfied [1] Very dissatisfied


a. If somewhat dissatisfied / dissatisfied, give reasons Please Tick (3). The figures in the
parenthesis are the codes corresponding to different reasons. Provision is made for 3
regions. If more than 3, draw additional box and post the relevant reason code.
[1] Security concerned,

[2] Restricted moment/ curves on free moment

[3] Accessibility

[4] Knowledgeable Guides at reasonable price

[5] Swindlers

[6] Internal Transport at reasonable rates

[7] Accommodation Problems

[8] Food Problems

[9] Congestion / crowded

[10] Environment

[11] Toilet Facilities

[12] Discourteous behaviour

[13] Communication

[13] ATM & Credit card facilities

[14] Others - specify

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5. If not visited, give reasons. Provision is made for 3 reasons. If more than 3, draw
additional box and post the relevant reason code.

Not aware of these locations


Budgetary constraints
Time constraints
Not interested
Transport Bottlenecks
Connectivity
Security concerns
Availability of budget package/circuits
Others (specify)

-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
-8
-9

PART G: VISIT TO BUDDHIST SITES LOCATED IN INDIA

The relevant codes appear in the parenthesis by the side of each of the item.
1. Which of these Buddhist sites in India are you aware of? Provision is made for 12
locations. If more than 12, draw additional box and post the relevant reason code
[5] Kesaria

[1] Areraj

[2] Aurangabad

[3] Bodhgaya

[4] Guneri

[6] Lauria

[7] Nalanda

[8] Rajgir

[9] Vaishali [10] Vikramsilla

[11] Ajanta & Ellora

[12] Kalgaon

[13] Khandiri [14] Kaushambi

[15] Kushinagar

[16] Nagarjunakonda [17] Ratnagiri [18] Sanchi

[19] Saravasti

[20] Sarnath

[21] Udaygiri [22] Vidhisha

[23] Any other, please specify __________________________

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2. Which of these Buddhist sites have you visited? Provision is made for 12 locations. If
more than 12, draw additional box and post the relevant reason code
[1] Areraj [2] Aurangabad

[3] Bodhgaya

[4] Guneri

[6] Lauria [7] Nalanda

[8] Rajgir

[9] Vaishali [10] Vikramsilla

[11] Ajanta & Ellora

[12] Kalgaon [13] Khandiri

[5] Kesaria

[14] Kaushambi

[15] Kushinagar [16] Nagarjunakonda [17] Ratnagiri

[18] Sanchi

[19] Saravasti

[22] Vidhisha

[20] Sarnath

[21] Udaygiri

[23] Any other, please specify __________________________

3. From where did you get information about these Buddhist places in India? READ
OUT OPTIONS & TICK (MULTIPLE CODES). Provision is made for 4 sources. If
more than 4, draw additional box and post the relevant source code
[1] Indian Embassy in your country

[2] Indian torism bureau in your country

[3] Indian tourism department in New Delhi [4] Bihar tourism department
[5] Travel agents

[6] Internet

[7] Travel books / guides / magazines/newspaper

[8] Relatives / friends

[9] If any other, please specify ____________

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4. We want your opinion about the Buddhist sites, please tell us whether Buddhist sites
in India . READ OUT OPTIONS & TICK (3) (MULTIPLE CODES).
Provision is made for 4 options. If more than 4, draw additional box and post the
relevant option code
[1] Have great historical significance

[2] Have rich cultural heritage

[3] have scenic beauty

[4] Are well maintained

[5] Are major tourist attractions

[6] Are famous in India

[7] Are famous in the world

[8] Are worth visiting

[9] Are easily accessible

5. On an overall basis, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your visit there?
[5] Very satisfied

[4] Quite satisfied

[3] Not sure

[2] Somewhat dissatisfied [1] Very dissatisfied


a. If somewhat dissatisfied / dissatisfied, give reasons Please Tick (3). The figures in the
parenthesis are the codes corresponding to different reasons. Provision is made for 4
options. If more than 4, draw additional box and post the relevant option code
[1] Security concerned,

[2] Restricted moment/ curves on free moment

[3] Accessibility

[4] Knowledgeable Guides at reasonable price

[5] Swindlers

[6] Internal Transport at reasonable rates

[7] Accommodation Problems

[8] Food Problems

[9] Congestion / crowded

[10] Environment

[11] Toilet Facilities

[12] Discourteous behaviour

[13] Communication

[13] ATM & Credit card facilities

[14] Others - specify

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6. If not visited, give reasons


Not aware of these locations
Budgetary constraints
Time constraints
Not interested
Transport Bottlenecks
Connectivity
Security concerns
Availability of budget package/circuits
Others (specify)

-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
-8
-9

PART H: EXPENDITURE OCCURRED FOR THIS TRIP PRIOR TO


ENTERING THIS CENTRE.
ONLY EXPENDITURE ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS TRIP SHOULD BE
RECORDED. THE COVERAGE WILL BE :: FROM THE STARTING POINT i.e.,
THE POINT OF ORIGIN (SAY COIMBUTORE, MUMBAI, BURDWAN,
LUCKNOW ETC.) TO THIS CENTER i.e. THE POINT OF DESTINATION, IN THE
CASE OF FOREIGN TOURISTS THE STARTING POINT WILL BE THE POINT
WHERE THE FOREIGN TOURISTS HAS SET THE FOOT ON THE INDIAN SOIL
a) Accommodation Services
(Includes: Hotel, Private Guest House, Tourist Guest House, Dharamshala etc.)
b) Food and Beverage Serving Services
(Includes: Railway Station, bus stand, train, Hotels, Private Guest House, Tourist
Guest House, Govt. Guest House, Dharamshala, Restaurants, Cafeteria, Snack bars,
Lunch counters, Refreshments stands, Canteen, Milk bars, Bars & other drinking
places, Others, Mela, Fair, Picnic)
c) Transport Equipment Rental (Hired taxi/car/jeep/tractor)

d) Travel agencies and similar


(Includes: Travel Agents, Tour operators, Tourist Guides)
e) Other Recreational and Entertainment Services
(Includes: Cinema, Night clubs, Theatres, Conferences and Conventions, Other
Amusements)

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Tourism Related Industries


f) Clothing and Garments
(Includes: Clothes (dhoti, sari, shirt, pyjamas, ladies suit, etc.), Chadar, Dupatta,
Shawl, Lungi, Towel etc., Readymade garments, Knitted garments, sweater, pullover,
cardigan, etc., Bedsheet, bed cover, blanket, pillow, quilts etc., Knitting wool, Others)
g) Processed food (Reference period: yesterday / today)
(Includes: Tea and coffee, Cold beverages and fruit juice, Other beverages, Biscuits,
salted refreshments, sweets, cake, pastry, Pickle, Sauce, Jam, Jelly etc., Other
processed food)
h) Tobacco products
(Includes: Pan, Supari, Lime, Katha,, Bidi, Cigratte, Tobacco)
i) Alcohol
(Includes: Beer, Toddy, Liquor, Other intoxicants)
j) Durable goods
(Includes: Suitcase, trunk, hand bag, other travel goods, Spectacles, pen, lock,
umbrella, Radio, walkman, torch, batteries etc., Camera, cassettes, films etc.,
Photography, Video Cassette, Sports items and Toys, Others)
k) Footwear
(Includes: Leather footwear, Rubber footwear, Others)

l) Toiletries
(Includes: Toilet soap, washing soap, washing powder, hair oil etc., Tooth brush,
tooth paste, tooth powder, Body talcum, powder, face cream, Shaving blades, shaving
stick, razor, shaving cream, Other toiletries)
m) Gems and Jewellery
(Includes: Gems and Jewellery)
n) Medicines and Health Related items (Reference period: yesterday / today)
(Includes: Medicines and Health Related items)
o) Printing and Publishing (Reference period: yesterday / today)
(Includes: Book, magazines, Newspapers, Library and other stationery)

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p) Passenger Transport Services (Reference period: during the month)


(Includes: Railways, Passenger transport by bus services, Passenger transport by other
motor vehicles, Own Transport Two wheeler, Own Transport Auto
rickshaw/car/jeep/ bus /tractor, Others, Passenger or freight transport via hackney
carriage, bullock carts, ekkas, etc., Transport by animals, Transport by man including
rickshaw and cart pullers, pushcart operators, palki bearers, doli carriages, etc., Own
Transport-Animal driven transport, Own Transport Rickshaw, Ship / boat, Air)

PART I: SUGGESTIONS
Please give your suggestions for improvement of tourist services at the centre:

Name of the Supervisor


Signature:
Date

Name of the Investigator


Signature:
Date

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Annexure IV

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ESTABLISHMENTS: RESTAURANTS


1.

Reference Period
Month
(codes- Jan:1, Feb:2, Mar:3, Apr:4, May:5, June:6, July:7, August:8
Sep:9, Oct:10, Nov:11, Dec:12)
Year (codes- 2005= 5)

2.

Centre (use the codes given in the list)

3.

Name of Establishment

4.

Year of start (for example if 1970 post 1970)

5.

Number of employees:

a.

How many employees are there, totally, in your restaurant?


Departments

Number of Permanent
employees

Number of casual or
temporary employees

Management
Kitchen
Service
Accounts
Purchase
Store
Security
Maintenance
Delivery
Total
6.

Monthly earnings

7.

Taxes paid

8.

Percentage of earning from Tourist

Name & Signature of Investigator

Place of contract

Name & Signature of Supervisor

Date of contract

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Annexure V

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ESTABLISHMENTS: TOUR & TRAVEL


AGENTS/ TOURIST CAR OPERATOR
1.

Reference Period
Month
(codes- Jan:1, Feb:2, Mar:3, Apr:4, May:5, June:6, July:7, August:8
Sep:9, Oct:10, Nov:11, Dec:12)
Year (codes- 2005= 5)

2.

Centre (use the codes given in the list)

3.

Name of Establishment

5.

Year of start (for example if 1970 post 1970)

6.

Now, please tell us about the number of casual or temporary employees are there
in..ASK FOR EACH DEPT.?
Departments

Number of Permanent
employees

Number of casual or
temporary employees

Administration
Ticketing
Foreign Exchange
Accounts
Tours
Sales and Marketing
Total
7.

Monthly earnings

8.

Taxes paid

9.

Percentage of earning from Tourist

Name & Signature of Investigator

Place of contract

Name & Signature of Supervisor

Date of contract

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Annexure VI

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ESTABLISHMENTS: SOUVENIR/


HANDICRAFT SHOPS

1.

Reference Period
Month
(codes- Jan:1, Feb:2, Mar:3, Apr:4, May:5, June:6, July:7, August:8
Sep:9, Oct:10, Nov:11, Dec:12)
Year (codes- 2005= 5)

2.

Centre (use the codes given in the list)

3.

Name of Establishment

5.

Year of start (for example if 1970 post 1970)

6.

Persons employed (in 2005)


a) Regular
b) Casual/ temporary

7.

Monthly earnings

8.

Taxes paid

9.

Percentage of earning from Tourist

Name & Signature of Investigator

Place of contract

Name & Signature of Supervisor

Date of contract

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Annexure VII

Listing Performa
Reference period
Month
(codes- Jan:1, Feb:2, Mar:3, Apr:4, May:5, June:6, July:7, August:8, Sep:9, Oct:10, Nov:11, Dec:12)
Year

Sl.
No

Name of the Centre

Code
(use the codes given in the list)

State

Code (Madhya Pradesh = 1, Chhattisgarh = 2)

Type of Tourist
(Domestic = 1, Foreign = 2)

Place of Stay
(Accommodation unit = 1, Friends and Relatives = 2 and
Day visitors = 3

Number of Members (including the Respondent)

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Annexure VIII
List of Accomodation Units Surveyed - Madhya Pradesh
ID
1100001

City
Bhopal

1100002

Bhopal

1100003

Bhopal

1100004

Bhopal

1100005
1100006
1100007

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100008

Bhopal

1100009
1100010
1100011
1100012
1100013
1100014
1100015
1100016
1100017
1100018
1100019
1100020
1100021
1100022

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100023

Bhopal

1100024

Bhopal

1100025

Bhopal

1100026

Bhopal

1100027

Bhopal

1100028
1100029
1100030
1100031
1100032

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100033

Bhopal

1100034
1100035

Bhopal
Bhopal

1100036

Bhopal

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL ARERA PALACE
HOTEL AMAN PALACE

Bhopal

1100038
1100039
1100040

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

E-3/16 ARERA COLONY,BHOPAL


PLOT NO-46, ZONE-II

Address2

215,-216,ZONE-II,M.P NAGAR,BEHIND
SARGAM TALKIES,BHOPAL

HOTEL SUDARSHAN PALACE

155,ZONE-II,MP.NAGAR,NEAR SARGAM BHOPAL


TALKIES
154,ZONE-2 MP NAGAR
BHOPAL
B-59,KASTUR NAGAR BPL
190,ZONE II MP.NAGAR
BHOPAL
PLOT NO-32,ZONE-II,MP NAGAR ,
BHOPAL-11
240,ZONE 1ST M.P NAGAR
13,MP NAGAR,ZONE II,BHOPAL
98,ZONE II,M.P NAGAR
BHOPAL
147ZONEII, M.P NAGAR
BHOPAL
185ZONE 2, M,P NAGAR
180ZONE II,M.P NAGAR
247,ZONE-II,M.P NAGAR,BHOPAL
194,ZONE II,M.P NAGAR,BHOPAL
192 ZONE 2ND M.P NAGAR
PLOT NO-243,M.P NAGAR BHOPAL
280 ZONE 2ND M.P NAGAR BHOPAL
210 ZONE ,M.P NAGAR
HOMIDIA ROAD
39 ZONE 2ND M.P NAGAR
256,ZONE-II,MAHARANA PRATAP
NEAR SAREGAM CINEMA,BHOPAL
NAGAR
208,M.P NAGAR ZONE-1
BHOPAL
209,ZONE I, MAHARANA PRATAP
NAGAR,BHOPAL
12,D ZONE-II,MAHARANA PRATAP
NAGAR,NEAR PRAGATI,PETROL
PUMP,BHOPAL
211,ZONE-I MAHARANA PRATAP
NAGAR ,BHOPAL -11, MP (INDIA)
37,ZONE 2ND.M.P NAGAR BHOPAL
NEAR LAXMI TAKIES BHOPAL
LOVE STOP AREA COLONY
E-2/18,AREA COLONEY
E-4/27, 10 NO. STOP,AREA COLONY
NEAR OVER BRIDGE,BHARAT TAKIES
ROAD,BHOPAL-01
NEAR ALPANA TALKIES,
HAMIDIA ROAD,BHOPAL-1
NEAR RANJEET HOTEL
67,GHORA NAKKAS,MANGALWARA
ROAD,BHOPAL
SATE BATTULAL CHOWK BAZAR
MARWARI ROAD ,BPL
JUMARTHI NEAR POST OFFICE
SHREE BUS STAND
HAMDARI ROAD,BHOPAL

HOTEL MEGHA
HOTEL PRINCE
HOTEL KANHA
HOTEL MAYURI
HOTEL SURENDER VILAS
COPPER BELLS
ELLORA HOTEL
TIWARI LODGE
HOTEL SATKAR
LAKE PRINCES
KAMLA REGENCY
HOTEL AMAR
SIGNATURE
HOTEL ARCH MANOR
PLEASURE PALACE
PARICHIT HOTEL
HOTEL MEGDHOOT
HOTEL KONARK
HOTEL GANAPATI
THE RESIDENCY HOTEL
AMER PALACE

HOTEL NISARGA
SURBHI
HOTEL RAJ
HOEL HARI KRISHNA
HOTEL RUKJAT
HOTEL CLASSIC
HOTEL MILLAN
HOTEL RAINBOW
HOTEL CROWN
SURIYALOK
GEMINI DHARMASALLA
WASHAY GHOISMAJ DHARMASALLA
HOTEL CHANDAN
HOTEL SURIYA

Pincode

Phone Number

No. of
Rooms
18

Total
Employement
17

25

16

28

11

Accomodation Type

Ownership

0755-5278704

2550034

462011

2555498

462011

0755-5269049

29

21

462011
462011

2558787
5272001
5274050

8
8
8

4
4
4

20
16
10

10
10
6

BEHIND SARGAM CINEMA


MAHARANA PRATAP NAGAR
BHOPAL M.P.

SKY LARK HOTEL

HOTEL ANAND PALACE

1100037

Address1

462011

2761598

14

462009
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462011
462001
462011

276001
2572525
2576601
25564114
5272085
5274053
5209438
2553285
5283544
5273279
5272885
2713407
2766806

3
9
8
8
8
13
8
8
8
13
8
8
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
3
2
4
4
4

17
28
10
14
9
23
45
13
18
25
22
16
26
16

120
19
21
2
5
15
35
6
12
55
12
7
12
7
15

462011

2552307

24

462011

556001

47

89

462011

5272110

64

110

5271450

22

19

462011

0755-2555701

42

175

462011
462011

5275540
9827398552

462016
462016

2461289
2469412

13
8
8
8
8

4
4
4
4
4

14
15
20
43
22

8
3
4
18
38

462001

2741289

33

462001
462001

2731963
0755-3093867

8
8

4
4

10
16

9
5

462001

0755-534139

13

20

13

19

13
8
1

5
4
3

16
12
34

1
3
10

462001

2741701

ID
1100041

City
Bhopal

1100042

Bhopal

1100043
1100044
1100045

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100046

Bhopal

1100047

Bhopal

1100048

Bhopal

1100049

Bhopal

1100050
1100051
1100052

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100052

Bhopal

1100053
1100054
1100055
1100056
1100057

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100058

Bhopal

1100059
1100060
1100061
1100062
1100063
1100064
1100065
1100066

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100067

Bhopal

1100068
1100069
1100070
1100071
1100072
1100073
1100074
1100075

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100076

Bhopal

1100077
1100078
1100079
1100080
1100081

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100082

Bhopal

1100083
1100084

Bhopal
Bhopal

1100085

Bhopal

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL MADAN MAHARAJ
HOTEL MAYUR
HOTEL RAJ HANS
HOTEL KRISHNA
HOTEL PRESIDENT INTERNATONAL
HOTEL SILUER INN
JAINS HOTEL
HOTEL DIWAKER TUMERTI
HOTEL AGRAWAL
ANURAJ HOTEL
SATKAR LODGE
AGRAWAL DHARMASALLA
HOTEL AMAN PALACE
ALANKAR LODGE
HOTEL RELIANCE
BARDHMAN LODGE
HOTEL LAKE VIEW ASHOK
GUJRAT LODGE
SUHNA LODGE
SHRI RAM JAISWAL DHARMA SALLA
HOTEL SHRI CHANDAN
HOTEL RAJ
ATAL RAM
KIRAN BALI DHARMASALA
HOTEL MADHUVAN PALACE
HOTEL PANCHUANTI
CHETRA LODGE
HOTEL RANJEET

Address1
OPP, RLY STATION PLAT FORM NO1,BHOPAL-462010
BERASIA ROAD ,NEAR BHOPAL
TAKIES,BHOPAL
JAINMANDIR ROAD
NEAR JAIN MANDIR
BERASIA ROADBHOPAL
3-A, ASHOKA GARDEN,RAISEN
ROAD,BHOPAL-23,
NEAR KRISHNA COMPLEX,9 HAMIDIA
ROAD,
JUMERATI,BHOPAL
CHINTAMAN CHOWK NEAR SARAFA
BAZAR ,BHOPAL(MP)
GHORANAKKAS,BHOPAL
AJAD MARKET,BHOPAL
BHOPAL
PLOT-46,ZONE-II,BEHIND SARGAM
CINEMA,
JAMERRATI GATE ROAD
MANGALWARA CHAWNI
CHOLA ROAD,BHOPAL
SHYAMLA HILLS BHOPAL
JUMARATI BAZAR,BHOPAL
27, BUS STAND,CHOLA ROAD,BHOPAL

WARINDAWAN BAL
HOTEL SHREE
SHALIMAR HOTEL
WASHAI GHAI SAMAJ DHARMASHALA
HOTEL RAMSON
HOTEL BANJARA

BUS STAND,BHOPAL
NEAR LAXMI TAKIES,BHOPAL
SINDHI SAMAJ DHARMASALAA
NEAR SHEEL NIKETAN SCHOOL
AJAD MARKET
VEDRA BUS STAND
GHORA NAKKAS ROAD BPL
VAN VIHAR ROAD,SHAMILA HILLS
BHOPAL
45/1/,GHORA VIKKAS
GORONAKKAS BALUIHAR
CHARAT TAKIES
INFRONT OF HAMIDIA HOSRELLI
JUMERALI BHOPAL
HAMIDIA ROAD BHOPAL
E2/144,AREA COLONY BPL
CHHAWNI BHOPAL
NEAR MUSKAN TAKIES,RAILWAY
STATION
VIHAR ROAD
OPP,RAILWAY PLATFORM
HAMIDIA ROAD BHOPAL
JUMARALI NEAR POST OFFICE
HAMIDIA ROAD BHOPAL
NEAR ALPHA TAKIES HAMIDIA ROAD

HOTEL ASTHA
HOTEL RAJDOOT
NANDAN LODGE

NEAR RAILWAY STATION


GAURAV HAMIDIA ROAD
46,MANDIR KAMALI,JHORANAKKAS

HOTEL DHANSHREE
HOTEL MADUHULAN
GRAND HOTEL
BAMBAY LODGE
SADNA LODGE
SUPER LODGE
HOTEL VIJAY PALACE
HOTEL CITY PALCE
VIJAY HOTEL

Address2

Pincode
462010

2737449

BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL

BHOPAL
BHOPAL

BHOPAL
BHOPALA

22

20

15

12

462018

4
4
4

12
36
30

9
3
20

460023

2781124

31

665

462001

5274522

15

2543914

12

5240187

35

2536443
543364

8
13
13

4
4
4

16
24
5

2
4
2

2550034

25

16

8
8
8
3
8

4
4
4
1
4

16
23
13
43
280

4
4
2
80
7

2739776

11

2537257
243255
9827398522
2745397

13
8
8
13
13
8
8
8

5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

23
19
18
22
8
17
11
24

6
6
3
8
2
3
8
4

262003

2535235

BHOPAL

Total
Employement

8
8
2

262005

BHOPAL

No. of
Rooms

0755-25455556

525581
5255807

BARSIA ROAD,BHOPAL
BAIRA GHORH
BHOPAL

Ownership

91-0755-2541341
5254655
255856

462001
MAHARANA PRATAP
NAGAR,BHOPAL(MP)
BHOPAL

Accomodation Type

462018
MANGALWARA ,BHOPAL (MP)

BHOPAL

Phone Number

462001
462001
462001

2530005
2711846
0755-2660060

20

150

462001
462001
462001
462001
462001
462001
462003
462002

2741209
2536432
2741447

8
8
8
8
13
9
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

46
18
35
12
11
4
16
14

6
2
6
2
4
2
4
3

462001

5266563

462001
462010
462001
462001
462001

5257982
2461616

2711723
2711453
2734299

19

13
8
8
13
8

4
4
4
5
4

12
7
35
16
23

2
6
12
2
5

462001

5255367

44

15

462001
462001

2741286
5201099

8
8

4
4

16
28

5
8

2710451

11

ID

City

1100086
1100087
1100088
1100089
1100090
1100091
1100092
1100093

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100094

Bhopal

1100095

Bhopal

1100096
1100097
1100098
1100099
1100100
1100101

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100102

Bhopal

1100103

Bhopal

1100104

Bhopal

1100105
1100106

Bhopal
Bhopal

1100107

Bhopal

1100108
1100109

Bhopal
Bhopal

1100110

Bhopal

1100111
1100112
1100113
1100114
1100115

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100116

Bhopal

1100117
1100118
1100119
1100120
1100121
1100122
1100123
1100124

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100125

Bhopal

1100126
1100127
1100128
1100129
1100130

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100131

Bhopal

Name of the Hotel


PUNAM LODGE
SHIVALIK GOLD
GOLDEN REST HOUSE
RAJWANSH LODGE
HOTEL SONALI
HOTEL KULKUL
HOTEL ANAND PALACE
SURAJ LODGE
HOTEL KALANDI
HOTEL SANCHI
J.S LODGE
VRINDAVAN HOTEL
SHRUTI LODGE
HOTEL SHAN
ADARSH LODGE
HOTEL SAMRAT
DHAMRAMSALL
SHIFA LODGE
HOTEL WEL COME
RANJEET HOTEL
AMIT HOTEL
HOTEL NOORUS
PUJA LODGE
GULSHAN HOTEL
HOTEL PADAM SHRI
LEELA LODGE
HOTEL RICHA
CAPITAL HOTEL
HOTEL GOURAV
AYUSHMAN DHARMASALA
MUKTA LODGE
SWADESH LODGE
HOTEL PANNA TOWER
ABHINANDAN GUEST HOSE
CPA CURENT HOUSE
RENUKA LODGE
SAPHA HOTEL
HOTEL MADHUWAN
PUNAM LODGE
HOTEL CHINAR
AMAR LODGE
HOTEL SHIKAM
KAKANMATH LODGE
MAYUR LODGE
CITYGEN LODGE
KANCHAN LODGE

Address1

Address2

SABJI MANDI,BHOPAL
40,HAMIDIA ROAD,BHOPAL
BUS STAND
JUMERATI BAJAR,BHOPAL
RADHA TALKIES ROAD
3,HAMIDIA ROAD BPL
36,A INDRAPURI,BHOPAL
6-B INDRAPURI RAISEN ROAD
INDRAPURI,BHOPAL
MALVIYA NAGAR,T,.T
NAGAR,BHOPAL
BHOPAL
NEAR LAXMI TALKIES,BAL VIHAR
ROAD,
T.T NAGAR
BALWIHAR ROAD,BHOPAL
CHOULA ROAD,BHOPAL
HAMIDIYA ROAD,BHOPAL
NEAR LAXMI TAKIES BHOPAL
NEAR SANGAM TAKIES
BALL MUKUND KI BAGIA TRUST
MANDIR
LAXMI TAKIES OPP,SIKANDARG
SARAY
NEAR MASRIEL NASTARAN BANA BAL
VIHAR ROAD,GHORAKKAS
HANIDIA ROAD,BHOPAL
T.T NAGAR ,BHOPAL
SABAH PALACE VIP ROAD KOH EFIJA BPL

HAMIDIYA ROAD,BHOPAL
62-GHORA NAKKAS ,MAIN CHOURALA
BPL
CHOULA ROAD,BHOPAL
HAMIDIYA ROAD,BHOPAL
HAMIDIA ROAD BHOPAL
INFRONT OF SANGAM TAKIES BPL
HAMIDIA HOSPITAL,BHOPAL
SABJI MANDI ROAD NEAR RAJ HANS
BUS STAND,BHOPAL
42,HANUMAN GANJ,BHOPAL
SHAJAHANABAD,BHOPAL
AAPURTI INFRONT OF T.T NAGAR
BHOPAL
NEAR HOTEL BHOPAL
AJAD MARKET
BAL VIHAR,GOHARANAKKAL ,BPL
62,GOHARANAKKAS
T.T NAGAR ,BHOPAL
CHAWNI MANGALWARA
ROAD,BHOPAL
BUS STAND,CHAULARAD BPL
NEAR BUS STAND
T.T NAGAR ,BHOPAL
T.T NAGAR ,BHOPAL
T.T NAGAR BPL
NEW MARKET ,T.T NAGAR BHOPAL

Pincode

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

No. of
Rooms
13
24
16
1
61
6
12
9

Total
Employement
4
35
12
3
20
20
14
6

25

12

2536016

18

2761635
2535988
5257047

9
8
9
8
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
4

11
12
9
17
21
22

4
2
3
6
2
5

13

10

31

Phone Number

Accomodation Type

Ownership

13
8
9
8
8
8
8
13

255006

462001
462001

2743000
5255710

462001

2740880
526115
278306

2741023

256468
2539375

15

2740500
5220228

8
8

4
4

19
9

19
3

5223333

39

180

462001

5259895

8
8

4
4

17
22

4
6

462001

2736133

25

462001
462001

5252112
2747564
5254689
2741254

8
8
8
8
13

4
4
4
4
5

17
38
70
28
6

5
23
17
10
2

462001

462001
462001

10

462001

8
8
9
9
9
8
8
9

4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4

16
14
1
24
13
15
18
18

3
7
3
32
4
2
4
4

2741226

12

5258657
274417

2579535

8
8
9
8
8

4
4
4
4
4

8
15
19
9
6

4
4
5
2
3

5224262

11

2716340
462003
2556646
462001
462001
462001
462003

462001
462003
262003
462003
462003

5258026
2536471

ID

City

1100132

Bhopal

1100133

Bhopal

1100134

Bhopal

1100135

Bhopal

1100136
1100137

Bhopal
Bhopal

1100138

Bhopal

1100139
1100140
1100141

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100142

Bhopal

1100143
1100144
1100145
1100146

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100147

Bhopal

1100148
1100149
1100150
1100151
1100152
1100153
1100154
1100155
1100156
1100157
1100158
1100159
1100160
1100161
1100162
1100163
1100164
1100165
1100166
1100167
1100168

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100169

Bhopal

1100170

Bhopal

1100171

Bhopal

1100172

Bhopal

1100173
1100174
1100175
1100176
1100177
1100178
1100179

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL SHIMLA PALACE
SAINATH LODGE
ANKUR LODGE
HOTEL JUINKLE
DARSH LODGE ,GUEST HOUSE
HOTEL ANJALI
SIRDHA BHAWAN
HOTEL DIWAKER TUMERTI
HOTEL PALASH
HOTEL BRIDGE
HOTEL INDIA
JAHAN NUMA PALACE HOTEL
AMAR LODGE
SHRUTI LODGE
GOLDEN REST HOUSE
SHANTI LODGE
HOTEL SHAGON
BARERA LODGE
BASERA LODGE
HOTEL GOLDEN LODGE
MANJEET HOTEL
AMARDEEP HOTEL
HOTEL VINDHANCHAL PALACE
HOTEL RAMA INTERNATIONAL
SHRI KRISHNA DHARMA SALL
ASHOKA HOTEL
DIGAMBER JAIN DHARMASHALA
LAXMI NARYAN GOYAL DHARMASALA
RANUKA LODGE
HOTEL SHIKHA
SATKAR LODGE
KAPOOR LODGE
RAJHANS LODGE
HOTEL JYATI HAMEDIA ROAD
HOTEL RED SEA PLAZA
HOTEL ASHOK
RANBASRA SUMERTER
MOTILAL MANULAL GOYAL
DHARAMASALA
SHRI GULAB BATTULAL AGRAWAL
DHARMSALLA
NEW ADARESH LODGE
HOTEL SANJAY
CHANDRIKA LODGE
SAHU SAMJ DHARMASALLA
HOTEL PALACE AGARWAL MARKET
ANIL LODGE
RAJKUMAR LODGE
HOTEL RAJSHREE
SHRI MAYA

Address1

Address2

R/10,31 SHIMLA PALACE NEAR


BHARAT BHAWAN
21,NEW MARKET BHOPAL
55, SHOIPING SECTOR NEW MARKET
T.T NAGAR
50,NEW MARKET,T,T NAGAR BHOPAL
T.T NAGAR,BHOPAL
NEW MARKET T.T NAGAR
63/6 CANAL SQUARE CHUNA MANDI
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BPL T.T NAGAR
29,MALVIYA NAGAR,BHOPAL
BOARDING 7 LODGING ,NEW MARKET
BHOPAL

No. of
Rooms

Total
Employement

5222744

16

522816

13

14

462003

0755-2554667

15

462003

2558166

12

9
8

4
4

9
16

4
7

36

8
8
7

4
1
4

122
37
35

21
65
11

18

5258657
5257047
5255710

7
8
13
9

4
4
4
4

74
8
9
16

200
4
3
6

462001

2743214

13

12

462008
462001
462001
462001
462001
462001
462006
462007
462009
462001
462001
462004
462001
462001
462001
462004
462001

2542105

8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
13
8
13
13
8
8
8
8
13
8
8
8
13

4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
5
4
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

26
25
27
7
65
17
6
11
3
23
24
30
13
20
20
15
11
24
44
20
1

13
3
3
4
20
5
10
7
6
5
3
3
4
16
3
3
4
12
12
6
3

13

13

16

462003

BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHO(MP)
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
JUMETI BHOPAL
BHOPAL-1

462001
462001
462001

2543914
2553006
5220420

2740949
2533475
2553477
2740542
5254672
2748935
2738204
2530314
2543401
2710234
2747858
5255469
5254672

462009

DAYANANDA CHOWK,BHOPAL
LAXMI TAKIES ROAD
NEAR MUSKAN TAKIES,RAILWAY
STATION
5,LODGING ROAD,GHRA NAKKAS
GORA JAKKAR BPL
SHALAJAZA BAD
25,GHORANAKKAS
GHORA NAKKAS
NEAR RAILWAY STATION
INFRONT OF RANJEET HOTEL

Ownership

Phone Number

462003
462003

BUS STAND BPL


CHOWLA ROAD ,BHOPAL
BUS STAND,BHOPAL
BUS STAND,CHAURA ,HAMIDIS ROAD BHOPAL
NEEM ROAD,PEER GATE
SALJI MANDI
SABJI MANDI
BUS STAND
3,HAMDIA ROAD
BUS STAND,GHORA NAKKAS ROAD,
103,ZONE 2 M.P NAGAR
RADHA CINEMA COMPLEX
SULTAN ROAD
HAMIDIA ROAD BHOPAL
JAIN MANDIR CHOWK BAZAR
AGRAWAL SUBASH CHOWK BAZAR
AJAD MARKET
8,,AZAD MARKET KET
AGAD MARKET
26,KAMALI MANDIR ROAD
SABJI MANDI ROAD
53,HAMIDIA ROAD
HANIDIA ROAD
NEAR BHOPAL TAKIES
HAMIDIA ROAD BHOPAL
LOKHERA PURA BPL

Accomodation Type

Pincode

462002
462001
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL

2741445

462001

2710043

14

462001
462001
462003
462001
462001
462001
462001

2537163
2536471
2536072
5258342
2744415
2741104
2747401

8
13
8
8
8
8
8

4
5
4
4
4
4
4

13
1
25
18
16
18
25

3
2
5
4
6
5
4

ID
1100180
1100181

City
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100182

Bhopal

1100183
1100184
1100185
1100186
1100187

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

1100188

Bhopal

1100189
1100190
1100191
1100192

Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal

3100001

Sanchi

4100001
4100002
4100003

Sanchi
Sanchi
Sanchi

4100004

Sanchi

4100005
5100001
5100002
5100003
5100004
5100005
5100006
5100007

Sanchi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi

5100008

Panchmarhi

5100009

Panchmarhi

5100010
5100011
5100012
5100013
5100014
5100015
5100016
5100017
5100018
5100019
5100020
5100021

Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi

5100022

Panchmarhi

5100023
5100024
5100025

Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi

5100026

Panchmarhi

5100027

Panchmarhi

5100028

Panchmarhi

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL PISALS
AYUSHMAN DHARMASALA
HOTEL SHIKHAR PALACE
HOTEL RING MOTIA PARK
BHOPAL HOTEL
AADARSH PALACE HOTEL
HOTEL QUALITY
HOTEL RITURAJ
SHRI AGRAWAL WISH SHRANTI
DHARMASALA
HOTEL CT PALACE
HOTEL SAHIL
ASHISH HOTEL
KAMLA LODGE
MAHA BODHI SOCIETY SRILANKA
JAISWAL LODGE
GATEWAY CATERIA
GATE WAY RETREAT
HOTEL SAMBODHI INTERNATIONAL

Address1
20,MALVIYA NAGAR BPL
HAMIDIA HOSPITAL
LAKE VIEW OPP,SIHARE
NAKA,BAIRAGARD
SULTAN ROAD
NEAR SWRAY,RAILWAY STATION
AJAD MARKET
MATAL SHIVRAJ (MP)
NEAR MUSKAN TALKIES
SALLA DAYANAND CHOWK
84,MALUIYA NAGAR,NEW MARKET
NEAR RAILWAY STATION
NEAR ALPANHA TAKIES
44,GHORA ALAK KAS,BHOPAL
PANNA TISSA RAOD,SANCHI
RAISEN(MP)
NEAR CENTRAL BANK SANCHI

NEW JAISWAL LODGE


MEGHDOOT
HOTEL GULMOHAR
HOTEL SHRINATRAJ
HOTEL AMRAPALI
INDRAPRASTHA
SHILPA
MOUNT VIEW
HOTEL ABHILASHA

BHOPAL-SANCHI MAIN ROAD-1KM


FROM RLY & BUS STAND SANCHI
NEAR RLY STATION ROAD-SANCHI
NEAR BUS STAND,PACHMARHI(MP)
NEAR BUS STAND,PACHMARHI(MP)
OPP, BUS STAND,PACHMARHI(MP)
MAIN ROAD PACHMADHI
PIPARIYA ROAD,PACHMARHI(MP)
GANDHI GANJ PACHMARHI(MP)
GANDHI CHOWK,PACHMARCHI
JAWAHAR CHOWK PACHMARHI(MP)

RAJLAXMI

JAWARHAR CHOWK,PACHMARHI(MP)

MEZBAAN
DEHITE
TAJ RESORT
BANGARA
PANCHMAHAL
PANDAV
HOTEL KACHNAR
HOTEL HEENA
HOTEL ARIHANT
ABHIMANYA,
MADHUR MILAN
SAPNA
UTKARSH

ARVIND MARG PACHO


ARVIND MARG PACHO
ARVIND MARG PACHO
ARVIND MARG,PACHO
ARVIND MARG PACHO
ARVIND MARG,PACHMARHI(MP)
ARVIND MARG,PACHMARHI9MP0
ARVIND MARG,PACHMARHI(MP0
ARVIND ROAD,PACHMARHI (MP0
ARVIND MARG PACHMARHI
ARVIND MARG PUCHMARHI
ARVIND MARG PUCHMARHI
SUBHASH ROAD,PACHMARHI(SHIV
NAGAR)
SUBASH MARG,PACHMARHI
SUBHASH ROAD, PACHMARHI (M.P.)
SUBHASH MARG, PACHMARHI M.P.
SUBHASH MARG , PACHMARHI M.P.
PACHO
SUBHASH MARG NEAR S.B.I.
PACHMARHI
NEAR S.B.I. SUBHASH MARG,
PACHARMARHI M.P.

MAUJASHREE
PACHMARHI REGENCY
AMBIKA SHREE
SHIVA PALACE
SANSKAR
KRISHNA

Address2

BHOPAL

BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL
BHOPAL

BHOPAL
HAMIDIA ROAD

DIST-RAISEN
MP ,INDIA

DIST-HOSHANGABAD

Pincode
462010
462001

Phone Number
5220900

Accomodation Type

Ownership

8
13

4
5

No. of
Rooms
20
6

Total
Employement
13
2

462009

2710197

23

10

462001
462001
462001
462004
462006

2530689
2735648
2711781
2552513
534458

3
8
4
8
8

4
4
4
4
4

25
8
47
24
11

10
2
6
40
3

462007

13

22

462006
462010
462001
462002

8
8
8
9

4
4
4
4

20
3
30
16

14
6
16
2

2746789
5239922
257677

464661

9.17482E+11

32

464661
464661
464661

07482-266746
266723
266743

10
9
10

4
1
1

8
2
18

2
4
18

464661

07482-266662

12

464661
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881

91-07482-266508
07578-252060
07578-252354
07578-252668
252195
07578-252353
07578-252476

9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

4
15
4
9
13
18
3
7

2
16
2
2
12
20
4
3

461881

07578-252203

10

461881

252267

11

8
8
8
8
8
1
8
8
8
8
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

3
14
8
14
6
23
12
9
16
12
12
7

2
3
3
6
2
10
4
2
6
3
3
4

461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881

07578-282380
07578-252547
07578-252785
07578-252622

07578-252162

07578-252888,252444
07578-252868

8
8
8

4
1
4

18
8
7

3
2
2

20

461881
461881

07578-252919

461881

07578-252237

ID
5100029
5100030
5100031
5100032
5100033
5100034
5100035

City
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi

5100036

Panchmarhi

5100037
5100038
5100039
5100040
5100041
5100042
5100043
5100044
5100045

Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi

6101431

Jabalpur

6101432

Jabalpur

6101433

Jabalpur

6101434
6101435
6101436
6101437
6101438

Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur

6101439

Jabalpur

6101440

Jabalpur

6101441
6101442
6101443
6101444
6101445

Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur

6101446

Jabalpur

6101447
6101448
6101449

Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur

6101450

Jabalpur

6101451
6101452
6101453
6101454
6101455
6101456
6101457
6101458

Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur

6101459

Jabalpur

6101460

Jabalpur

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL ROYAL
SATPURA SAFARI
RAJ VIHAR
SRINATH
PACHMARCHI
THE MISTY MEADOWNS RESORT
MOWSHREE
PARK VIEW RESTAURANT MUGAL
DARBAR
KHUSHI
PARADISE
NATRAJ
NILAMBER
NANDAN
NEW HOTEL
DHARAMSHALA
YOUTH CENTRE
HOTEL SAKIT
HOTEL SHANKEY

HOTEL OM
HOTEL CHANDNI

Address1
PATEL ROAD, PACHMARHI, M.P.
HAUDHI CHOWK PACHAMARHI
PATEL MARG PACHO
PATEL MARG PACHO
PATEL MARG PACHO
KHUSHAL KUTIR
PATEL CHOWK PACHO
PATEL ROAD, PACHMARHI M.P.

Address2

PATEL ROAD, PACHMARHI

PATEL MARG PACHO


PATEL MARG PACHO
NEAR BUS STAND,PACHMARHI(MP)

YUVAK KENDRA
PATEL RAOD, PACHMARHI
# 2020, WRIGHT TOWN, SHANKY
SHOPPING ARCADE NAGAR NIGAM
CHOWK
MANAS BHAWAN ROAD

STADIUM ROAD NEAR BUS STAND


JABALPUR
BEHIND BUS STAND JABALPUR,
MP.P

HOTEL SAGAR
PRESIDENT
HOTEL RAHUL
SWAYAM HOTEL
HOTEL ROOPALI
HOTEL TANHAI

# 1360, WRIGHT TOWN, NEAR BUS


STAND JABALPUR
NEAR SHASTRI BRIDGE JABALPUR
NAGRATHSQUARE JABALPUR
RUSSEL CHOWK NAIPER TOWN
NAUDRABRIDGE
NAUDRA BRIDGE
# 870, NAPIER TOWN, NEAR RUSSEL
CHOWK
SOUTH CIVIL LINE NEAR RAILWAY
STATION JABALPUR
# 2014, WRIGHT TOWN
RUSSEL CHOWK NAIPER TOWN
OPP. JYOTI CINEMA
OPP. JYOTI TALKIES
# 859, NAPIER TOWN
# 844, NAPIER TOWN

HOTEL SURYAA
HOTEL GULJAR TOKIES
HOTEL SAMANDARIYA
HOTEL LOVELY

NEAT BUS STAND


JABALPUR M.P.
NAGPUR ROAD JABALPUR
NAPIR TOWN
CIVIL LINE DELITE TAKIES JABALPUR

HOTEL CARAVES GUEST HOUSE


HOTEL BAHARA
DELHI DARWAR
HOTEL PRINCEPALA
VIJAY LODGE
HOTEL KARTIK NAUDRA BRIDGE
HOTEL NARMADA JACTION
GURUDEV LODGE
HOTEL WARDHMAN

RAILWAY STATION JABALPUR


NORTH CIVIL LINES
NORTH CIVIL LINES
LALPAT
JYOTI CINEMA
NAPIER TOWN JABALPUR
SOUTH CIVIL LINES JABALPUR
BUS STAND JABALPUR
RUSSEL CROSSING , NAPIER TOWN
JABALPUR M.P.
RUSSEL CROSSING JABALPUR

HOTEL IMPERIAL
HOTEL PRESTING PRINCE
SHIKHAR PALACE
REPUBLIC HOTEL
HOTEL SAHANI
MARUTI INN
SAMANDARIYA YATREE NIWAS

HOTEL AMBASSADOR

JABALPUR
JABALPUR
JABALPUR
OPP. INCOME TAX OFFICE JABALPUR

Pincode

Phone Number

461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881

07578-252633

461881

07578-252136

Ownership

8
8
8
8
2
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
1
4

No. of
Rooms
6
19
2
7
26
19
12

Total
Employement
2
5
2
2
10
12
3

07578-252855

15

10

461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881
461881

07578-252256

8
8
8
8
8
4
8
8
1

4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
4

10
15
8
6
12
57
4
14
26

9
10
3
7
9
18
4
5
4

482002

0761/2407521

12

482002

0761-5064740

17

11

482002

0761-2407599

13

482002
482002
482001
482002
482002

2629171

8
3
8
8
8

4
3
4
4
3

17
18
28
15
40

18
28
24
8
9

482001

0761-2624677

29

12

32

5007244
0761-2451073
2625525
2625377
2625566

8
8
8
8
8

4
4
4
4
4

14
20
16
28
17

10
8
16
10
16

482001
NEAR BUS STAND JABALPUR
JABALPUR
JABALPUR
NAUDRA BRIDGE JABALPUR
STATION ROAD, JABALPUR
ANAND CINEMA ROAD, JABALPUR

Accomodation Type

482002
482001
482002
482001
482001
482001

2311602

17

10

2403644

8
8
8

4
3
4

37
20
13

16
32
23

482001
482002
482002

16

17

482002
482002
482002
482001

8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

4
4
1
4
4
4
4
4

18
16
12
12
12
15
11
17

6
10
8
9
9
12
11
3

482002
482002
482002

624829/624476/623361

17

13

482002

505015/505016

28

ID

City

6101461

Jabalpur

6101462

Jabalpur

6101463

Jabalpur

6101464

Jabalpur

6101465

Jabalpur

6101466

Jabalpur

6101467

Jabalpur

6101468

Jabalpur

6101469
6101471
6101472
6101473
6101474
6101475
6101476
6101477

Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur
Jabalpur

6101478

Jabalpur

6101479

Jabalpur

6101480

Jabalpur

6101481

Jabalpur

6101482

Jabalpur

6101483

Jabalpur

7100001
7100002

kanha MP
kanha MP

7100003

kanha MP

7100004

kanha MP

7100005

kanha MP

7100006

kanha MP

7100007

kanha MP

7100008

kanha MP

7100009

kanha MP

7100010

kanha MP

7100011

kanha MP

7100012

kanha MP

7100013

kanha MP

7100014

kanha MP

7100015

kanha MP

Name of the Hotel

Address1

Address2

Pincode

Phone Number

Accomodation Type

Ownership
4

No. of
Rooms
18

Total
Employement
25

HOTEL RISHI REGIDENCY


HOTEL PAWAR

CIVIL LINE JABALPUR


MODAL ROAD BUS STAND JABALPUR

482002

482002

40

10

HOTEL SURAHI
HOTEL SAMRAT

BUS STAND JABALPUR


GURU NANAK MARKET NAPIER TOWN RUSSEL CHOWK, JABALPUR

482002

13

10

22

14

NAGODLAL
HOTEL VIKRAM

LORDGUNJ JABALPUR
NEAR RAILWAY STATION JABALPUR

482002

19

482002

13

HOTEL PARAS

# 1378, WRIGHT TOWN NEAR BUS


STAND JABALPUR
OPP. JYOTI CINEMA NAPIER TOWN
JABALPUR
NAPIER TOWN
LORD GANJ JABALPUR
SUPER MARKET JABALPUR
RANGHI BAZAR JABALPUR
NEAR GHANTA GHAR JABALPUR
SADAR KENT TALAB, JABALPUR
SADAR KENT TALAB, JABALPUR

27

LODGE SHIVALAYA
HOTEL SWASTIK
RAJ KAMAL LADGE
ANAND LODGE
LAXMI NARAYAN DHARAMSHALA
SINDHI DHARAMSHALA
GOKULDASH DHARAMSHALA
JAIN DHARAM SHALA
CENTRAL LODGE
PANKAJ PALACE
REGAL HOTEL
HOTEL KALCHURI
SHANTIVAN GUES HOUSE
HOTEL BLUE MOON
HOTEL CLASSIC
VAN VIHAR RESORT
VANYA RESORT
BARASINGHA HOTEL & RESORT
MOHAN COMPLEX
THE TIGERLAND RESORT
HIAWATHA
DYNA RESORTS PVT LTD.
PANTHER RESORT
BANGAR RIVER LODGE
WILD CHALET RESORT
PUGMARG RESORT
MOGLI RESORT
HOTEL CHANDAN
SHRI MAHESHWAR RESORT & HOTELS
PVT. LTD.
TULI TIGER RESORT

NEAR RAILWAYS STATION JABALPUR


NAPIER TOWN
NEAR RAILWAY STATION CIVIL LINE
JABALPUR
OPP. NATIONAL GARAGE, ANAND
JABALPUR HOSPITALCOMPUS NEW
TALKIES ROAD
WING JABALPUR
NAPIER TOWN RUSSEL CROSSING
OPPOSITE INCOME TAX OFFICE
JABALPUR
# 1330, NAPIER TOWN
OPP, MAHARISHI GIRLS COLLEGE
JABALPUR
KHATIYA KANHA NATIONAL PARK
DISTT MANDLA M.P.
NEAR KANHA GATE KHATIYA
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILL KHAATIA PO. KISLI DIST.
MANDLA M.P.
VILLAGE KHATIYA KANHA NATIONAL DISTT MANDLA M.P.
PARK
VILLAGE MOCHA, KANHA NATIONAL DISTRICT MANDLA M.P.
PARK
VILLAGE KHATIA POST KISLI
DISTT MANDLA
VILL KHATIA
DISTT MANDLA MADHYA
OPRADESH
"KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILLAGE KHATIA POST KISLI DISTT
MANDLA M.P.
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
DISTT. MANDLA
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILLAGE MOCHA DISTRICT
MANDLA, MADHYA PRADESH
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILLAGE KHATIA P.O. KISLI MADLA
M.P.
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILL KHATIA DIST MANDLA M.P.
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILLAGE KHATIA DISTT, MANDLA
M.P.
VILLAGE KHATIA, KANHA NATIONAL DISTT, MANDLA M.P.
PARK
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
VILLAGE PO. MOCHA, DISTT
MANDLA M.P.

482002

5004218/5037782

482002

2408907/2407981

482002

0761-5017493/2625188

21

10

482002
482001
482001
482001
482002
482001
482001
482002

8
8
8
13
13
13
13
8

4
4
4
5
5
5
5
4

19
12
17
14
21
22
21
17

8
3
3
3
2
3
2
4

482001

17

11

482002

16

15

16

16

482001

5036270
2625146/2625889

35

482002

2413781

18

26

481768
481768

07649-277241
07649-277301

8
8

4
4

10
12

8
16

481768

07649-277305(07646) 272633

481661

07649-277257

10

481768

481768

07649-277224

16

18

91-761-5036477/5036577

11

07649-277240

11

12

07649-277223

14

07649-277267

07649-277203/277205

16

22

481468

91-7649-277291

12

11

482001

5011244/2422244

25

18

07642-252239

12

12

07649-277258

11

07649-277211

26

13

ID

City

7100016

kanha MP

7100017

kanha MP

7100018

kanha MP

7100019

kanha MP

7100020

kanha MP

7100021

kanha MP

7100022
7100023

kanha MP
kanha MP

7100024

kanha MP

7100025
7100026
8100001

kanha MP
kanha MP
Panch NP

8100002

Panch NP

8100003

Panch NP

8100004

Panch NP

9100001

Bandhwgarh

9100002
9100003

Bandhwgarh
Bandhwgarh

9100004

Bandhwgarh

9100005

Bandhwgarh

9100006
9100007

Bandhwgarh
Bandhwgarh

9100008

Bandhwgarh

9100009
9100010
9100011

Bandhwgarh
Bandhwgarh
Bandhwgarh

10100001 Chitrakoot
10100002 Chitrakoot
10100003 Chitrakoot
10100004
10100005
10100006
10100007
10100008
10100009

Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot

10100010 Chitrakoot
10100011
10100012
10100013
10100014
10100015
10100016

Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot

Name of the Hotel


GREEN VALLEY RESORT
SIMBA RESORT & TASTE OF INDIA
RESTAURANT
KIPLING CAMP
TAAL RESORTS PVT LTD.
VAN VIHAR RESORT
BISON RESORT
THE KRISHNA JUNGLE RESORT
FOREST RESORT
HUTMENT RESORT
BHAGHIRA LOGHUTS M.P.T.
MRIDUKISHAT HOTEL
MADHYA PRADESH TOURSIM
MOWGLIS DEN
PENCH JUNGLE CAMP
BOGHVAN PENCH
NATURE HERITAGE
MAHARAJA'S ROYAL RETREAT
CHAUTH COTHI
TIGER LODGE
HOTEL GITANJALI
WHITE TIGER FOREST LODGE
KUMKUM HOME
HOTEL LAKHWARIA LODGING &
BOARDING
BANGEELA HOTEL
G.T.V. RESORTS
JONGAL LODGE
TRIPATHI LODGE
ROHINI LODGE
SRI RAM JANAKI DHARAMSHALA
SWARNKAR
KASHODHAN DHARAMSHALA
SHIV HARE SAMAJ DHARAMSHALA
PAL KSHARI DHARAMSHALA
THAKURAIN DHARAMSHALA
BAGARI SAMAJ DHARAMSHALA
DRIH OMAR VAISYA SAMAJ
DHARAMSHALA
RAMDHAM BADHASTHAM
DAS HANUMAN ASHRAM
AKHAND PARAMDHAM ASHRAM
TOURIST BUNGALOW
BHARTIYA YATRI AWAS JANKI KUND
SHANTI GUEST HOUSE

Address1

Address2

VILL, MOCHA DIST MANDLA M.P,


VILLAGE MOCHA DISTRICT
MANDLA, MADHYA PRADESH
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"
MOCHA VILLAGE, MANDLA
DISTRICT MADHYA PRADESH
# 9/10, LAJPAT KUNJ
BEHIND HOTEL KARTIK NAPIER
TOWN
VILL KHATIA
KANHA NATIONAL PARK DISTT.
MANDLA M.P.
VILLAGE KHATIYA KANHA NATIONAL DISTT. MANDLA
PARK
" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"

Pincode

" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"


" KANHA NATIONAL PARK"

VILLAGE KHATIYA KANHA NATIONAL DISTT MANDLA


PARK
VILL. KHATIA DISTT MANDLA
KIPLINGS COURT MPSTDC PENCH
VILLAGE TURIA DISTRICT SEONI
MADHYA PRADESH
PENCH JUNGLE CAMP PENCH
NATIONAL PARK
VILL AVERGHARI DIST SEONI
# 181, TALA BANDHAV GARH

BANDWAAVGARH
BUS STAND POST TALA
BANDHAVAGARH M.P.
RESTAURANT & LODGIN
BANDAVAGADH
BANDHAVGARH
BANDHAVGARH NATIONAL PARK
B.N. COFEE HOUSE

481768

SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT


SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT

14

07649-77244/5

0761-2652245

07649-77219

23

21

2624211/2627768

14

07649-277241

12

07649-277280

07649-277208

8
8

4
1

21
8

29
1

14

18

277279
07695-232830

12
8
11

1
4
1

20
12
21

22
8
24

07695-232832

10

12

07695-232817

THE UMARIA, DISTT SHAHDOL M.P.

DISTT. UMARIA
TALA DISTT-UMARIA M.P.
BUS STAND TALA BANDHAVGARH
M.P.

Total
Employement
4

Ownership

481768

VILLAGE AVRAGHANI, DISTT. SEONI


MADHYA PRADESH

DISTT. UMARIA
DISTT. UMARIA

No. of
Rooms
7

Accomodation Type

481678

484661
07627-65364/65377/65373

484661

07627-265366/265308
07627-265324

484661

07627-265303

484661
484661
484661
NEAR PURANI LANKA TEMPLE
CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
UNDER PURANI LANKA MANDIR
CHITRAKOOT
KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTANATH ROAD, CHITRAKOOT
KAMTANATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT

Phone Number

12

14

10

13

20

1
8

3
3

20
12

5
3

15

8
8

3
3

12
12

24
3

1
8
8

3
3
4

13
13
6

26
26
16

210204

210204

210204

13

16

210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204

9
13
13
13
13
13

4
4
4
4
4
4

30
10
19
30
22
30

2
2
3
3
2
2

210204

13

32

210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204

9
9
9
9
9
9

4
4
4
4
4
4

10
10
8
21
12
7

2
3
7
9
5
2

ID

City

10100017 Chitrakoot
10100018 Chitrakoot
10100019 Chitrakoot
10100020 Chitrakoot
10100021 Chitrakoot
10100022
10100023
10100024
10100025
10100026
10100027
10100028
10100029
10100030
10100031
10100032
10100033

Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot

10100034 Chitrakoot
10100035 Chitrakoot
10100036 Chitrakoot
10100037 Chitrakoot
10100038 Chitrakoot
10100039 Chitrakoot
10100040 Chitrakoot
10100041 Chitrakoot
10100042
10100043
10100044
10100045
10100046
10100047
10100048
10100049

Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot

10100050 Chitrakoot
10100051
10100052
10100053
10100054
10100055
10100056

Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot

10100057 Chitrakoot
11100001
11100003
11100004
11100005
11100006

Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho

Name of the Hotel

Address1

MADHUVAN SATSANG BHAWAN


PWD. REST HOUSE JANKI KUND
FOREST DEPARTMENT REST HOUSE
SRIVAS MAI SAMAJ DHARAMSHALA

SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT


SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
KAMTHANATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT

PILI KOTHI ASHRAM KAMTANATH


PARIKRAMA
RAJAK DHARMAO
HALDIA KUSHWAHA DHARAMSHALA
SINGHROLL RAJPOOT
OMEHAI
LODI RAJPOOT
AYODHYAVASI VAISYA DHARAMSHALA
BHURJI DHARAMSHALA
PATEL DHARAMSHALA
SHAHU DHARAMSHALA
CHAMPA BAI DHARAMSHALA
PATEL DHARAMSHALA-II
DHOM
KAMADGIRI PRASHAM MUKHARVIND
DHARAMSHALA
KAMADGIRI PRADAKSHAISNA ASHRAM

SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT

JUGGILAL RAJPOOT PHRAM


KAMATHNATH
KUSHWAHA DHARAMSHALA
NISHAD DHARAMSHALA

PARIKRAMA ROAD CHITRAKOOT


PARIKRAMA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
PARIKARMA PATH CHITRAKOOT
KAMADGIRI PRATHAMDWAR
CHITRAKOOT
KAMATHNATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT

KAMATHANATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT

Address2

Accomodation Type

Ownership

210204
210204
210204

9
9
9

4
1
1

No. of
Rooms
6
4
4

Pincode

Phone Number

Total
Employement
2
3
2

210204

13

14

210204

50

10

210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204

9
13
4
9
9
13
13
13
13
13
13
9

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

15
15
35
6
18
25
12
25
22
12
18
8

2
2
3
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
2

210204

13

22

210204

25

210204

210204

13

50

210204

13

25

VISWAKARMA

KAMATHANATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT

BUDHRI DHARAMSHALA

KAMATHNATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT

KAHAR DHARAMSHALA

KAMATHANATH ROAD CHITRAKOOT

210204

13

15

RAIDAS DHARAMSHALA
KUMHAR DHARAMSHAL
YADAV DHARAMSHAL
HAYATRI MANDIR ASHRAM
SONKAR DHARAMSHALA
VAISYA KASHODHUN DHARMASHALA
RAGHUNATH MANDIR ASHRAM
CHIKAWA
SUNDER AGRAHAMI RAJAPUR
DHARAMSHALA
SRI RAVATPURA SARKAR ASHRAM
BHARAT ASHRAM
DATIA ASHRAM
MADHAV DHARAMSHALA
LAKHETA SAMAJ DHARAMSHALA
PURANI LANKA MANDIR ASHRAM
MANDAKINI VISHRAM

KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTIYATHI ROAD CHITA
KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTHANATH ROAD
KAMTANATH ROAD
KAMTHANATH ROAD

210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204

13
13
13
9
13
13
9
9

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

25
10
10
18
2
10
6
6

3
2
2
4
2
2
3
2

210204

13

SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT


SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
SATNA ROAD CHITRAKOOT
CHITRAKOOT
HIGH NAGAR PANCHYAT
CHITRAKOOT
AIRPORT ROAD KHJURAHO

210204
210204
210204
210204
210204
210204

9
9
9
13
13
9

4
4
4
4
4
4

16
3
10
10
10
20

15
2
2
2
3
3

CLARKS KHAJURAHO
USHA BUNDELLA TEMPLE ROAD
TAJ CHANDELLA
JASS OBERAI HOTEL
JHANKAR

AIRPORT ROAD KHJURAHO


BYPASS ROAD KHAJUHRAHO
BYPASS ROAD KHAJUHRAHO

210204

15

210204

13

12

210204
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606

274038/274056/274421

3
3
6
5
10

2
3
3
3
4

100
67
92
93
19

88
40
87
69
12

ID

City

11100007 Khajuraho
11100008 Khajuraho
11100009 Khajuraho
11100010 Khajuraho
11100011 Khajuraho
11100012
11100013
11100014
11100015
11100016
11100017
11100018
11100019
11100020
11100021
11100022
11100023
11100024
11100025
11100026
11100027
11100028
11100029
11100030
11100032
11100033
11100034
11100035
11100036
11100037
12100001
12100002
12100003
12100004

Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha

12100005 Orchha
12100006
12100007
12100008
12100009
12100010
12100011
12100012

Orchha
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha

12100013 Orchha
12100014
12100015
12100016
12100017

Orchha
Orchha
Orchha
Orchha

12100018 Orchha
12100019 Orchha
12100020 Orchha

Name of the Hotel

4
4
4

Total
Employement
2
7
5
7

Phone Number

TEMPLE ROAD KHAJUHRAHO


TEMPLE ROAD KHAJUHRAHO
MELA GROUND KHAJURAHO
OPP. SHIVSAGAR LAKE IN FRONT OF
THE TEMPLES
OPP. SHIV SAGAR LAKE KHAJURAHO

471606
471606
471606

07686-272675/274500
07686-274221

471606

07686-274561

HOTEL ROYAL CHANDELA


HOTEL JAIN
HOTEL SURYA
HOTEL GEM PALACE
HOTEL HARMONY
SHIVA HOMELY ACCOMMODATION
HOTEL PLAZA
RAKSHAN GUEST HOUSE
HOTEL ZEN
YADAV LODGE
MARBEL PALACE
RAJ PALACE
NEW BHARAT LODGE
GUPTA PALACE
HOTEL MARCO POLO
YOGI LODGE
CURCUIT HOUSE
SIDDAARTHA
CA SA DI WILLIAM
HOTEL RAHIL
HOTEL PAYAL
JAIN DHARMASALA
GREEN WOOD
MPEB REST HOUSE
FOREST DEPARTMENT REST HOUSE
SHEESH MAHAL
THE ORCHHA RESORT
AMAR MAHAL
BETAWA RESORT
TOURIST DHARMASALA

JAIN TEMPLE ROAD KHAJURAHO


JAIN TEMPLE ROAD KHAJURAHO
JAIN MANDIR ROAD KHAJURAHO
JAIN TEMPLE ROAD KHAJURAHO
JAIN TEMPLE ROAD KHAJURAHO
MAIN MARKET KHAJURAHO
JAIN TEMPLE ROAD KHAJURAHO
UNDER VILLAGE KHAJURAJO
JAIN MANDIR ROAD KHAJURAHO
MAIN MARKET KHAJURAHO
MAIN MARKET KHAJURAHO
JAIN MANDIR,ROAD
MAIN MARKET KHAJURAHO
MAIN MARKET KHAJURAHO
MAIN MARKET KHAJURAHO
MAIN MARKET KHEYURUHA
RAJ NAGAR ROAD
OPP,MAIN TEMPLE
OPP,MAIN TEMPLE
BY PASS ROAD
BY PASS ROAD
BY PASS ROAD
NEAR AIRPORT
BIDYANAGAR COLONY

471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
471606
472246
472246
472246
472246

SHIVA GUEST HOUSE


SHARMA GUEST HOUSE
HOTEL FORTVIEW
GANPATI HOTEL
DEEP REGENCY
RUKMI DEVI SEVA SADAN
SRI LAXMI GUEST HOUSE
M.M.L GUEST HOUSE

MAIN MARKET,ORCHHA
MAIN MARKET,ORCHHA
MAIN ROAD,ORCHHA
MAIN BAZAR,ORCHHA
MAIN ROAD,ORCHHA
MAIN ROAD,ORCHHA
MAIN MARKET,ORCHHA
BEHIND RAJA RANI TEMPLE,ORCHHA

472246
472246
472246
472246
472246
472246
472246
472246

SRI RAM RAJA DHARMASALA


PWD REST HOUSE
IRRILATION DEPARTMENT HOUSE
FOREST REST HOUSE
HOTEL SRI MAHANT GUEST HOUSE

NEAR MAIN TEMPLE OF ORCHHA


MAIN ROAD,ORCHHA
MAIN ROAD,ORCHHA
NEAR RLY STATION,ORCHHA
INFRONT OF RAMRAJA
TEMPLE,ORCHHA
INFRONT OF RAMRAJA
TEMPLE,ORCHHA
INFRONT OF RAMRAJA
TEMPLE,ORCHHA

472246
472246
472246
472246

13
9
13
13

5
1
1
2

11
2
2
2

4
2
2
1

472246

LAKESIDE,

RAM MANDIR LODGE


MANSAROVER LODGE

UNDER MAIN FORT OFORGHA


NEAR BETAVA RIVER,ORCHHA
NEAR BETAWA RIVER
NEAR BETAVA RIVER,ORCHHA
NEAR CHATURBHUJ TEMPLE,ORCHHA

Address2

No. of
Rooms
8
10
11

Pincode

HOTEL INDIA
HOTEL GAUTAMA
HOTEL GREEN HOUSE
HOTEL SHANTI

Address1

471606

KHAYARAHO

KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO
KHAYARAHO

07686-274582/274455
07686-272352/272639
0091-7686-274145/274572
07686-274100/272220
07686-274135
07686-272719
07686-274580

07686-274082
07686-274202
07686-272273
07686-274627
15

07680-52102

472246
07680-252626
07680-252701
07680-2582765
07680-252076

Accomodation Type

Ownership

8
8
8
6

20

20

8
8
4
8
4
9
8
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
8
1
1
9
8
9
9
10
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
3
4
4
5
4
1
1
4
3
4
4

12
13
20
11
20
6
16
5
14
9
9
4
4
6
8
20
14
11
10
12
25
31
18
6
2
7
32
22
20

7
3
3
2
8
3
2
1
4
1
2
6
2
2
2
3
9
11
6
10
13
6
16
5
2
12
41
21
10

13

12

9
9
6
8
8
13
9

4
4
4
4
4
5
4

7
10
10
9
9
5
3

3
2
5
5
2
2
1

472246

13

472246

13

10

ID

City

12100021 Orchha
13101515 Gawalior
13101516 Gawalior

Name of the Hotel

13101520 Gawalior
13101521 Gawalior
13101522 Gawalior
13101523 Gawalior
13101524
13101525
13101526
13101527
13101528
13101529
13101530

Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior

13101531 Gawalior
13101532 Gawalior
13101533 Gawalior
13101534 Gawalior
13101535 Gawalior
13101536
13101537
13101538
13101539

Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior

13101540 Gawalior
13101541
13101542
13101543
14100001
14100002
14100003
14100004
15100001
15100002
15100003
15100004
15100005
15100006
15100007
15100008
15100009
15100010
15100011
15100012
15100013
15100014
15100015

Gawalior
Gawalior
Gawalior
Chanderi
Chanderi
Chanderi
Chanderi
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri
Shivpuri

Address2

SIJARIA DHARMASALA
HOTEL GWALIOR REGENCY
HOTEL FORT VIEW
SAI NATH GUEST HOUSE

MAIN ROAD,ORCHHA
LINK ROAD GWALIOR
M.L.B. ROAD GWALIOR
SAICOMPLEX IN FRONT OF GANDHI
NAGAR

HOTEL SAYA
HOTEL SUN ESTATE
HOTEL PARK VIEW

STATION ROAD PADAV, GWALIOR


PADAW GWALIOR
POOL BAGH GATE MAHARANI LAXMI LASHKAR GWALIOR
BAI ROAD
M.L.B. ROAD GWALIOR
# 6, TANDON NIWAS PADAV, GWALIOR

13101517 Gawalior
13101518 Gawalior
13101519 Gawalior

Address1

REGAL HOTEL
HOTEL SHRIKRISHNA
HOTEL SHIVALAYA

CHANDRA LOK
HOTEL MAYUR
SHRI VIDICHAND DHARAMSHALA
HOTEL AMBIKA

OPP. ROOP SINGH STADIUM JHANSHI


ROAD GWALIOR
M-4(A) GANDHI NAGAR, GWALIOR
L/6, GANDHI NAGAR , GWALIOR
M.L.B. ROAD LASHKAR, GWALIOR
PADAV GWALIOR
# 6-A, GANDHI ROAD GWALIOR
LASHKAR GWALIOR
GANDHI RAOD GWALIOR
RAILWAY STATION MARKET
GWALIOR,M.P.
STATION ROAD GWALIOR
STATION ROAD PADAV GWALIOR
RAILWAY STATION ROAD
BEHIND PLATFORM NO-4

SHRI KRISHNA
HOTEL MASCOT
HOTEL INDIA
HOTEL D.M.
HOTEL HABITAT INN

STATION ROAD GWALIOR


# 53-A, MANIK VILAS COLONY
STATION ROAD GWALIOR
NEAR NEW BUS STAND
OPP, POST OFFICE, M.L.B. ROAD

GIRNAR GUEST HOUSE


HOTEL AMAR PALACE
HOTEL GRACE
HOTEL SHREE KUNJ
HOTELTANABANA,
ASHOKA GARDEN
SHADABAHAR HOTEL
TURIST VILLAGE
PHOOL CHAND
SHREE MAA LODGE
DURGA LODGE
MANGALAM LODGE
HOTEL ANANDA
AASHIRVAD LODGE
HOTEL RAJA
SHIVPURI HOTEL
SHUBHAM LODGE
SHIVPURI LODGE
SHANJAY LODGE
HOTEL ANUJ PALACE
DEEPAK LODGE
HOTEL VANASTHALI

L-5, GANDHI NAGAR


STATION ROAD POOL BAGH
# 40, MANIK VILAS GWALIOR
RAJGHAT ROAD,CHADERI
CHADERI
CHADERI
CHADERI
BHADALGUNGA,SIVPURI
CORT ROAD,SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD,SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD,SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD,SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD,SHIVPURI
BUS STAND,SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD ,SHIVPURI
CORT ROAD,SHIVPURI
MADHUB CHOWK,SHIVPURI
CORT ROAD,SHIVPURI

ASHIRWAD GUEST HOUSE


GIRRAJ GUEST HOUSE
HOTEL MIDWAY'S
HOTEL SHELTER
HOTEL TANSEN
TAJ HOTEL
SITA MANAR
HOTEL SAFARI

A.B ROAD,SHIVPURI
A.B ROAD,SHIVPURI

Pincode
472246
474002

RAILWAY STATION LAXMANPURA


TANSEN ROAD GWALIOR,M.P.

JHANSI ROAD GWALIOR


RAILWAY STATION GWALIOR
SHINDE KI CHHAVNI LASHKAR
GWALIOR
GWALIOR
CIRCLE CHOURAHA GWALIOR

ASHOKNAGAR

2340670/2343519
0751-24233409/2000674

Accomodation Type

Ownership

13
3
8

4
1
4

No. of
Rooms
6
48
10

Total
Employement
3
97
2

0751-5012556

474002

0751-2337701/2337702
2428501

8
8

4
4

12
25

7
12

12

474009

0751-2334469/2422599

15

16

474002

0751-2424697

14

0751-2345544/5010316

25

21

474009
474001

2429463/2410281
0751-5050598
0751-2410017/2400001
326209/326210/326211
2340370/2342606
0751-2444018
0751-5061853

9
9
8
8
8
3
8

4
4
4
4
1
3
3

6
9
15
58
46
38
31

2
2
12
87
33
190
52

474002

474002
474002

TANSEN ROAD STATION PADAV


GWALIOR

Phone Number

0751-2340638/2343409

21

11

474002
474002
474002

0751-2325559/2632667
0751-5011903

8
8
13

4
4
5

21
30
66

6
12
6

474002

2410551

12

0751-5011165/5011825
0751-2341983/5011417
0751-2341049/2342083

8
8
8
8

4
4
4
4

23
17
35
15

6
19
48
3

474002
474002
474002
474002
474002

2421712

23

10

474002
474002
474002
472246
473446
472246
472246
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551
473551

5052244

8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
8
9
8
8
9
9
9
8
9
8

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

9
14
11
10
10
1
4
20
12
14
7
21
6
6
6
21
3
11
19
12
15
23

4
12
12
1
29
9
11
23
1
4
8
9
3
2
2
8
4
12
3
4
6
10

2340111/2340110
07547-252222

34364/9826216274

07492-503510
33381
07492-233085

11

ID

City

16100001 Indore
16100002 Indore
16100003 Indore
16100004 Indore

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL UNKAR SHREE
HOTEL MADHUBAN

# 27, CHHOTI GWALTOLI


# 3/1, CHHOTI GWALTOLI

THE RAJSHAHI PALACE


SHYAM LODGE
OMNI PALACE

# 16/1, SOUTH TUKOGANJ, INDORE


BABUNI CHOWK
# 16-C, RATLAM KOTHI MAIN ROAD
INDORE

16100005 Indore
16100006 Indore
16100007 Indore
16100008 Indore
16100009 Indore
16100010 Indore
16100011 Indore
16100012 Indore
16100013 Indore

16100016 Indore
16100017
16100018
16100019
16100020

Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore

16100021 Indore
16100022 Indore
16100023 Indore
16100024 Indore
16100025 Indore
16100026 Indore
16100027 Indore
16100028 Indore
16100029 Indore
16100030 Indore
16100031 Indore
16100032 Indore
16100033 Indore
16100034 Indore
16100035 Indore

Address2
PATEL BRIDGE INDORE
NEAR PATEL STATUE & BRIDGE
INDORE

DILIP LODGE
HOTEL SHREERAMA
HOTEL MAYUR

# 3, NASHIYA ROAD INDORE


BEHIND MADHU MILAN CINEMA
# 39, CHHOTI GWALTOLI , INDORE

HOTEL SANMAN

# 90/4, M.G. ROAD

HOTEL AMRIT

# 25-26, CHHOTI GWALTOLI NEAR


PATEL BRIDGE INDORE
# 12, GWALTOLI SARWATE BUS
NASIA ROAD INDORE
STAND
# 11/6, SOUTH TUKOGANJ NATH
MANDIR ROAD INDORE
# 8-A-1, SOUTH TUKOGANJ INDORE
# 34/2, CHHOTI GWALTOLI PALSEEKAR
COMPUND INDORE M.P.

HOTEL INDORE DARBAR


HOTEL LORDS INN
HOTEL PRINCES PALACE
HOTEL SHASHI

16100014 Indore
16100015 Indore

Address1

HOTEL NEW STANDARD


MAA SHARDA HOTEL
SAVERA LODGE
HOTEL ANAND PALACE
NASIA DHARAMSHALA
SOUTH AVENUE
HOTEL PEARL
HOTEL SHREEMAN
HANDRALOK HOTEL
HOTEL JYOTI
HOTEL CITY INN
HOTEL YASHONEEL
VIJAY PALACE
R.K. HOTEL
SHIV SHAKTI LODGE
HOTEL RACHNA
HOTEL RAJSHREE
SANTOSH LODGE
HOTEL UPADHYAY PALACE
ARYA LODGE INDORE
HOTEL ADARSH

# 22, KIBE COMPOUND INDORE

TOPKHANA JAIL ROAD CHOURAHA


INDORE

CHOTI GWALTOLI OPP, SARVATE BUS


STAND INDORE
# 4, NASIA ROAD ( SARVATE BUS
STAND) INDORE M.P.
BIMANI INDORE
GANGWAL BUS STAND INDORE

Pincode

Phone Number

# 89, M.G. ROAD NEAR KOTHARI


MARKET
OPP. SARWATE BUS STAND INDORE
# 40, CHHOTI GWAL TOLI, OPP,
MADHUMILAN CINEMA
# 2, SUBHASH CHOWK OLD BOOKS
MARKET
H.N. 37/1, CHHOTI GWALTOLI

NEAR RLY STATION & BUS STAND


INDORE
ABOVE CHHABI DRESSES INDORE
NEAR PATEL BRIDGE PALSIKAR
COMPOUND INDORE

# 9/5, CHHOTI GWALTOLI INDORE


# 6, NASIYA ROAD SARVATE BUS
STAND INDORE

5536178

8
8

22

452001
452001

0731-5069366/2516650/52

2
9

4
4

26
11

24
12

07315005001/5069898/2528500

26

22

452001
452001

2464470
0731-2706483

9
8

4
4

10
26

16
18

452001

2705786/2706786/2707786

30

20

452007

0731-2542568/5291468

22

16

452007

465876/469674/469905/28700
6

21

14
17

452001

452001

0731-5078610

10

0731-2528803/05

37

27

2517940/5040491/92

37

26

11

16

15

13

452001

452001

5006562/5006597/2461845

15

21

452001

504269
0731-2343992/2343735

8
8
13
3

4
4
4
4

8
15
18
29

5
8
3
26

2341497/5084246

13

20

452004
452007

2535189/5086553

43

27

452001

0731-2462996/2761852

5025211

25

0731-2430202

21

16

452001

5043431/2365083

21

21

452001

0731-2764636/5073166

13

14

452002

2461027

OPP, SARVATE BUS STAND INDORE

# 759, KRISHNAPURA CHOURAHA

M.G. ROAD INDORE

GANGWAL BUS STAND INDORE

16

452001

2703769

15

451002

0731-2343705/2341651

17

15

452001

2763589/2476497

16

2541076/5073422

6
8

4
4

10
11

7
2

548916/17

17

17

452001
# 35, SHIV MARKET RAJWADA INDORE

Total
Employement
8

5075008/2478186/2478033

452001
# 9/2, KIBE COMPOUND CHHOTI
GWALTOLI CHOURAHA INDORE
# 17, BHAKT PRAHLAD NAGAR
MULTAN NAGAR
# 5, NASIA ROAD

No. of
Rooms
20

452001

2465080/2465081/2465082

NEAR GANGWAL BUS STAND


INDORE
TEEN BATTI CHOURAHA INDORE

Ownership

452001

452001
# 8, BHAKT PRAHLAD NAGAR

Accomodation Type

452001

12

ID

City

16100036 Indore
16100037 Indore
16100038 Indore
16100039 Indore
16100040 Indore

Name of the Hotel


LAKSHMI LADGE
SHREEMAYA
HOTEL VISHAL
HOTEL RANJEET
HOTEL SHREE MOTI
HOTEL UDAY PALACE

Address1

# 12, R.N.T. MARG INDORE


# 10/3, CHHOTI GWALTOLI OPP,
SARWATE BUS STAND INDORE
# 34, WARE HOUSE ROAD WARWATE
BUS STAND INDORE
# 32, KIBE COMPOUND BEHIND
MADHUMILAN CINEMA INDORE
# 7, KIBE COMPOUND INDORE

Address2

Pincode
452001
452001

HOTEL VAIBHAV

# 33, CHHOTI GWAL TOLI

16100043 Indore
16100044 Indore

HOTEL SANTOOR
HOTEL RAMA INN RESTAURANT
PARAG REGENCY

16100045 Indore
16100046 Indore
16100047 Indore
16100048 Indore
16100049 Indore
16100050 Indore
16100051 Indore
16100052 Indore
16100053 Indore
16100054 Indore
16100055 Indore
16100056 Indore
16100057 Indore
16100058 Indore
16100059 Indore
16100060 Indore
16100061 Indore
16100062 Indore
16100063
16100064
16100065
16100066

Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore

16100067 Indore
16100068 Indore
16100069 Indore
16100070 Indore
16100071 Indore

HOTEL KANCHAN
HOTEL PAYAL & RESTAURANT
HOTEL ASHOKA
JANTA LODGE
HOTEL PLEASURE PALACE
HOTEL AARAM
HOTEL ADARSH PALACE
HOTEL SANT PALZA
HOTEL MOHIT
HOTEL MALAK
HOTEL SHRI PUSHKAR
HOTEL SURYAA
HOTEL GAUMATI & RESTAURANT
HOTEL KIRAN
HOTEL CHANCKYC
HOTEL DAYAL
HOTEL BABA
HOTEL AMBASSADOR
BANZARA HOTEL
HOTEL TULSI
HOTEL CROWN PALACE
HOTEL KAVERI
HOTEL NEELKAMAL
HOTEL SHIVANI
NEW HOTEL ANAND
HOTEL NEW POONAM

# 148, R.N.T. MARG CHHAWANI


INDORE
KAMLA NEHRU SCHOOL ROAD KIBE
COMPOUND INDORE
KANCHAN BAUG INDORE
# 38, CHHOTI GWALTOLI , NR. PATEL
BRIDGE INDORE
OPP. SARWATE BUS STAND

# 14, NASIA ROAD INDORE

# 15, MULTAN COLONY


G.G.TOWER, OPP. GANDHI HALL

GANGVAAL STAND INDORE


M.T.H. COMPOUND INDORE

BADA SARAFA CORNER INDORE


# 9/1, KIBE COMPOUND CHHOTI
GWALTOLI CHOURAHA INDORE
# 6, RAJBADA CHOWK INDORE
RAJBABA CHOWK INDORE
# 60, BEHIND RAJWADA NEAR
SHANKAR TEMPLE INDORE M.P.
SURYA CIRCLE, 5/5, NATH MANDIR
ROAD INDORE
# 13, KHATIPURA NEAR MAHARAJA
COMPLEX, INDORE
# 1/6, CHHOTIGWAL TOLI INDORE
# 57/58, R.N.T. MARG CHHAWNI
CHOWK INDORE
# 10, KIBE COMPOUND CHHOTI GWAL KAMLA NEHRU SCHOOL ROAD,
TOLI CHOURAHA
INDORE
# 21/6, CHHOTI GWALTOLI
OPP. SARDAR PATEL STATUE
INDORE
# 11/5, NATH MANDIR ROAD
SOUTH TUKOGANJ INDORE
# 4, CHOTI GWALTOLI INDORE
# 11/4, SOUTH TUKOGANJ INDORE
KANCHANBAUG INDORE
# 17/2, CHHOTI GWALTOLI, NEAR
AND PATEL BRIDGE INDORE M.P.
SARWATE BUS STAND
OPP, SARWATE BUS STAND INDORE
# 83/2, BIYABANI DHAR ROAD
GANGWAL BUS STAND INDORE
CHOTI GWALITOLI INDORE
# 206, CHHOTI GWALTOLI (OPP.
PATEL STATUE) INDORE

Ownership

10
6

4
4

No. of
Rooms
4
26

Total
Employement
2
30

452001

2463844/2463846

14

5045099/2360403

14

452001

0731-2705499/2707344

22

13

07315044702/5044703/2704088

26

16

2707038/5042806/5044690

42

26

NEAR MADHUMILA TALKIES

OPP, MADHUMILNA CINEMA NEAR


RLY STAION BUS STAND INDORE

2515555/2514081

Accomodation Type

452002

16100041 Indore

16100042 Indore

Phone Number

452001

24

23

0731-2707084

26

19

452001

07315042276/5045277/5045226

13

452001

2518501-2517054

23

21

452001

5045151/2760090

14

38

452001
452001
452001

2465991/92/93/94

8
8
8

4
4
4

19
22
12

17
6
12

452007

2531970/2433966/5045938

14

11

2434951/52

17

15

452001

2706558/5045102/5043367

10

452004

2537829/2542997
5050949/5050944

8
8

4
4

11
18

8
14

452004

2530060/2544898

18

13

452001

5001117/18/2517701/06

29

24

452007

0731-2435631/2/5291533

20

20

5040939/5042836

20

452001

2706954/2704497/2707242

30

22

452001

5043557/2706560/2706562

27

5084373

452001

2522507/2522726

20

452001
452001
452001
452001

2523216/19/5200599
0731-2461045/2369181
2524920/22/5064500
2528855/2523014

3
8
2
3

3
2
4
2

30
18
35
33

27
6
24
25

452001

0731-2522568

20

452001
452002
452001

2465951/52/53/54
2341064/2340385

8
6
8

4
4
4

20
27
9

18
13
5

452007

522250/522273

20

13

ID

City

16100072 Indore
16100073 Indore
16100074 Indore
16100075 Indore
16100076 Indore
16100077 Indore
16100078 Indore
16100079
16100080
16100081
16100082
16100083

Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore

16100084 Indore
16100085 Indore
16100086 Indore
16100087 Indore
16100088 Indore
16100089
16100090
16100091
16100092
16100093
16100094
16100095
16100096

Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore
Indore

16100097 Indore
16100098 Indore
16100099 Indore
16100100 Indore
16100101 Indore
16100102 Indore
16100103 Indore
16100104 Indore
16100105 Indore
16100106 Indore
16100107 Indore
16100108 Indore
17100001 Ujjain
17100002 Ujjain

Name of the Hotel


HOTEL MAHARAJA

Address1

Address2

Pincode

Accomodation Type

Ownership

No. of
Rooms

Total
Employement

HAJI LODGE

# 14, R.N.T. MARG MEDICINE


CHAMBER
# 14/1, CHHOTI GWALTOLI
# 34/2, CHHOTI GWALTOLI ( NEAR
SARVATE BUS STAND) INDORE
# 3, CHHOTI GWAL TOLI PATEL

HOTEL MANGALAM

# 14/1, CHHOTI GWALTOLI

452001

0731-2469576

16

HOTEL PRESIDENT
HOTEL RATAN

# 163, R. N. T. MARG INDORE


# 19/2, CHHOTIGWAL TOLI INDORE

452001

0731-2528866

34

26

452001

2522664/2522747/5025623

22

HOTEL NEW SWATI


HOTEL ROYAL RESIDENCY
GANESH HIND LODGE
CHETNA PARTI PAILECE
NEW GUJRAT LODGE
HOTEL NEW POONAM

# 22/6, CHOTI GWALTOLI, INDORE


# 225, R.N.T. MARG INDORE
# 11/1, CHHOTI GWALTOLI INDORE
M.O.G.LINE INDORE
# 124, JAWAHAR MARG
RAM LAXMAN BAZAR
# 20/6, CHHOTI GWALTOLI OPP. PATEL
STATUE INDORE
# 4, PIPLI BAZAR MAHAVIR MARG
# 1ST FLOOR INDORE M.P.
# 1/1, CHHOTI GWALTOLI PATEL
STATUE INDORE
# 30/2, SOUTH TUKOGANJ BEHIND
HIGH COURT, INDORE
NEAR SARWATE BUS STAND
# 10/4, CHHOTI GWALTOLI INDORE

452001
452001
452001
452007
452004

2763955/5006871
5045000/2705633
365313
0731-461121
67603

8
3
8
8
9

4
4
4
4
4

19
30
14
24
8

5
13
6
17
4

HOTEL AKASH
HOTEL BASANT BAHAR

MAHARAJA BHOJNAYALYA
SATKAR LODGE
HOTEL BALWAS
CROWN HOTEL
HOTEL PRASHANT
NEW SHANTI NIKETAN LODGE
HOTEL DELAR & DECENT LODGE
YASHONI HOTEL
SILVER OAK CLUT & RESORT
CENTRE POINT INDORE
JAWAHAR LODGE
HOTEL CHAKARA
SANTOSH LODGE
PAWAN PURTRA LODGE
PRATIK LODGE
TAKAM CHAND M. JOHRI DHARAMSHALA
ASHOKA LODGE
INDRALOK RESTHOUSE
GOPI KISHAN GAJDHAR AGGARWAL
DHARAMSHALA
JANTA LODGE HOTEL JANTA
NEW ADARSH LODGE
HOTEL NEELAM

BEHIND DAWA BAZAR INDORE

Phone Number

MULTANI SONA TRAVELS RAILWAY


BUS STAND
NEAR SARWATE BUS STAND
INDORE

PVT. BUS STAND INDORE

# 125, JAWAHAR
BEHIND RAJWARA
# 5, NASIA ROAD, NEAR SARWATE BUS
STAND
# 1/4, CHHOTI GWALTOLI
PATEL CIRCULE

INDORE
# 13, NASIA ROAD (OPP, SARAVATE
BUS STAND ) INDORE

HOTEL CHETNA

NEAR BUS STAND & RAILWAY


STATION
OPPOSITE SARWATE BUS STAND

# 33/2, PATEL BRIDGE CORNER


INDORE
# 1/3, CHHOTI GWALTOLI INDORE
M.P.
OPP. SARWATE BUS STAND INDORE

HOTEL TRIVENI

# 12, NASIA ROAD

SRI RAM LODGE

GALIPURA ROAD,RAILWAY STATION BUSTAND

MUSKAN YATRI GRIH

HARISHID ROAD,NEAR MAHAKAL


MANDIR,MOTIBAGH URJAIN

0731-5041784/5045784

14

2463846

14

452001

0731-2463024

11

19

452001

5070126/9302109474

24

16

452007

0731-522250

13

17

452001

5007755

19

452001

2466673

16

452001

0731-2524934

36

25

452001

2465732/33/34/35/36

22

21

452001
452001
452001
452001
452001
452001
452001
452001

2401963

8
13
8
8
12
13
8
8

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

12
12
12
17
18
10
14
10

2
2
2
3
3
3
5
13

2340190

452001

10

15

452001
452004

8
8

4
4

13
9

5
3

452001

13

18

452002
452001

8
13

4
5

20
15

3
2

452001

13

20

452001

463424

11

19

452001

5046654

15

452001

0731-2466001/02/2467711

15

12

452001

66341/67536

16

15

452001

0731-5040441/5096221

10

17

456002

558038

19

15

456001

0734-2585215/9827233865

19

14

ID

City

17100003 Ujjain
17100004 Ujjain
17100005 Ujjain
17100006 Ujjain
17100007 Ujjain

Name of the Hotel


KABIR
SRADHA
VIJAY LODGE
HOTEL CHANDRAGUPTA
SRI MAHABIR LODGE
SRI MAHALAXMI

17100008 Ujjain
17100009 Ujjain
17100010 Ujjain
17100011 Ujjain
17100012 Ujjain
17100013
17100014
17100015
17100016

Ujjain
Ujjain
Ujjain
Ujjain

KALASH
MAHAKAL YATRI NIVASH
HOTEL RAMA KRISHNA
HOTEL PREETI
SHANTI PALACE
AJAY
RITURAJ
GRAND TOUR
HOTEL SATYAM

17100017 Ujjain
17100018 Ujjain
17100019 Ujjain
17100020 Ujjain
17100021 Ujjain
17100022 Ujjain
17100023 Ujjain
17100024 Ujjain
17100025 Ujjain
17100026 Ujjain
17100027 Ujjain

SHIPRA
TIRUPATI ASHARAY
HOTEL SRI NATH PALACE
HOTEL ASHRAY
PREM PALACE
HOTEL SAI PLACE
HOTEL SAMAI
HOTEL SWAPNIL
HOTEL MAYUR
DUGUNDA YATRI GRUHA
HOTEL SATYAM

17100028 Ujjain
17100029 Ujjain

ANAND PALACE
HOTEL SURANA PALACE

17100030 Ujjain
17100031 Ujjain
17100032 Ujjain
17100033 Ujjain
17100034 Ujjain
17100035 Ujjain

HOTEL KANHA
VIKRAMADITYA
VIHAR LODGE
VIKRAM HOTEL
GUEST HOUSE

Address1

Address2

22/1,SUBHASH MARG,RAILWAY
UJJAIN (MP)
STATION ROAD,
3/1 NANA KHEDA BUS STAND PARISAR
UJJAIN (MP)
NEW PITHA,CHATRI CHOUK UJJAIN
OPP.RAILWAY STATION,UJJAIN(MP)
GUDURI CHURAHANEAR KHABA
MATAJI MANDIR,UJJAIN
CHAUBIS KHAMBA
MANDIR,HARISIRDHI
MARG,UJJAIN(MP)
NANKHEDA BUS STAND,UJJAIN
NEAR RAILWAYWAY
STATION,UJJAIN(MP)
OPP,RAILWAY STATION,UJJAIN (MP)

Pincode
456001

2556191,2552502,

9,BAKSHI BAZAR,RAJAVAWAW
MAHAKAL MARG MANDIR CHAURA
81/1,HARIFATAK RING
ROAD,NANAKHEDA,UJJAIN
DIBASAGATE,BUS STAND,UJJAIN
OPP ,RAILWAY STATION,UJJAIN
197,MAHAKAL MARG,UJJAIN

No. of
Rooms

Total
Employement

23

16

0734-2533744,2533755

15

0734-550679

13

456001

25,616,005,011,417

24

19

456001

2585734

13

456001

0734-2584342

12

17

456001

2554069/9302238314

13

456001

0734/2553017/2557012

22

23

456006

0734-2560054,2570390

20

456010
456001
456001
456010

0734-2533302
2564343
5040702
2553700

6
8
8
8

4
4
4
2

34
15
23
12

29
3
4
6

456006

2559775

26

16
29

0734-2551495

44

0734-2564095

13

456002
456010

0734-2519302

8
6

4
4

26
59

20
23

456010

2555677

16

17

456006
NEAR MAHAKALESWAR MANDIR

456006

NEAR NANAKHEDA BUS


STAND,UJJAIN(MP)
23,G,D.C
ROAD,DASHERA,MAIDAN,UJJAIN(MP)

Ownership

456001

NEAR MADHAV CLUB,UJJAIN (MP)


MIRJA NEW BEG MARG,PURANI FAIR
,RAMJI GALI UJJAIN(MP)
77.DEWAS ROAD,UJJAIN
A16/1,MADHAV CLUB
ROAD,FREEGANJ,UJJAIN(MP)
PRIVATE BUS
STAND,NANAKEDA,UJJAIN(MP)
VASWANI PIZZA,FREEGANJ,UJJAIN
3/3 NANAKHEDA BUS STAND,UJJIAN

Accomodation Type

456001

456001

SUBASHA MARG,RAILWAY STATION


ROAD,UJJAIN(MP)
RING ROAD SQUARE,UJJAIN
DEWAS GATE,UJJAIN
SARADAPURA,DEBASAGARH UJJAIN
BIKRAM MARG TAKIES,UJJAIN
125,ADJOINING MAHAKALAESHWAR
TEMPLE ,UJJAIN(MP)

CHATRI CHAWAK ,UJJAIN(MP)


100-104,CHOUBIS KHAMBA
MARG,UJJAIN(MP)
125,ADJOINING MAHAKALAESHWAR
TEMPLE ,UJJAIN(MP)

Phone Number

456010
MANDIR CHAURA UJJAIN
456010

25,337,872,533,789

12

13

0734-252794041

35

24

0734-2519743

12

2553664

18

0734-2584010

16

911-734-2559774

22

16

0734-2533793

22

0734/2530045

37

26

0734-5041502

21

2533125

27

21

0734-714024
0734-2562220
0734-557549

8
8
8

4
4
4

16
25
17

4
15
4

15

ID

City

17100036 Ujjain
17100037 Ujjain
17100038 Ujjain
17100039 Ujjain
17100040
18100001
18100002
18100003
18100004

Ujjain
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur

18100005 Burhanpur
18100006 Burhanpur
18100007
18100008
18100009
18100010
18100011
18100012
18100013
18100014

Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur

18100015 Burhanpur
18100016 Burhanpur
18100017 Burhanpur
18100018 Burhanpur
18100019 Burhanpur
18100020
18100021
18100022
18100023

Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur

Name of the Hotel


SAGAR
HOTEL SHRIMMAYA
HOTEL SIDDHARTH
ASHIRBAD
HOTEL SHIVAM
ANAND
HOTEL AMBAR
APSARA LODGE
HOTEL DEVASHISH
HAJI LODGE
MOHITA RESTRURANT AND LODGE
MITRA MILAN,LALBAGH
MADHUVAN
JAI MALHAR LODGE
MAMJI LODGE
METRO LODGE
NILAM LODGE
HOTEL NELGAGAN
NATRAJ VISHARAM
HOTEL PALVI
HOTEL PANCHVATI
HOTEL PUSHPAK
AKASH
PARAM HANS LODGE
PUSHAPAK BUS STAND
HOTEL RIVER NEW
RUCHI LODGE
HOTEL SURYA
SHEEL LODGE

18100024 Burhanpur
18100025
18100026
18100027
18101598
19100001
19100002
19100003
19100004
19100005
19100006
20100001
20100002
20100003
20100004
20100005
20100006
20100007

Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
mandu
mandu
mandu
mandu
mandu
mandu
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar

SANGAM LODGE
TRIPATHI
ADARSH LODGE
MITRA MILAN
FOREST GUEST HOUSE
SRI JAIN SWETAMBER TIRTH PEDHI
NAGAR NIGAM GUEST HOUSE
ROOPMATI RESIDENTIAL
MAHARAJA
SRI RAM DHARAMSALA
JATRIKA DHARAMSALA
GANESH
CHARAM SAMAJ DHARMASHALA
OM KHATRIYA RAJPUT DHARMSHALA
PRAGYAPATI DHARAMSALA
OM SHREENATH DHARAMSHALA
AGRAWAL DHARAMSHALA

Address1
INFRONT OF RAILWAY STATION
,UJJAIN(MP)
62,KSHAPANAK MARG FREEGANJ
16/A, MADHAVA CLUB ROAD

Address2

UJJAIN(MP)
TEEN BATTI,CHOWRAHA
FREEGANJ,UJJAIN

Pincode

AMARABATI ROAD,NEAR BHARTIA


SCHOOL,BUS STAND BERHANPUR
GANDHI CHOWK,BERHANPUR(MP)
BUS STAND,BERHANPUR
BUS STAND,BERHANPUR(MP)
LOHAR MANDI,BERHANPUR
GANDHI CHOWK,BERHANPUR
SUBASH CHOWK,BERHANPUR
GANDHI CHOWK, BERHANPUR(MP)
NAGAR NIGAM
ROAD,BERHANPUR(MP)
OPP.BUS STOP,AMARBATI
ROAD,BERHANPUR(MP)
BUS STAND ,BERHANPUR(MP)
BUS STAND,BERHANPUR
NEAR PRAKASH TAKIES,SUBASH
CHOWK
BERHANPUR
BERHANPUR
BUS STAND,BERHANPUR
BUS STAND,AMARBATI ROAD
OFFICE-ROOM NO104,SHEELA
LODGE,GANDHI CHOWK,DIST
BURHANPUR
BERHANPUR
RAILWAY STATION
BUS ATAND,BURHAMPUR

BERHANPUR,(MP)

BERHANPUR,(MP)

BERHANPUR,(MP)

Accomodation Type

Ownership

No. of
Rooms

Total
Employement

0734-2558739

21

456010

0734-2514402

34

23

456001

0734-2553590

28

25

2562966

14

12

2533188

4
4
4
4
4

14
12
21
11
16

3
9
6
6
6

25

DEWAS GATE,MALLIPURA ROAD,BUS


STAND UJJAIN
NENA BEDA BUS STAND,UJJAIN
BUS STAND,BURHANPUR
BUS STAND BERHANPUR
PUSHPAK BUS STAND,BURHANPUR
EAKBAL CHAWAK,BERHANPUR (MP)

Phone Number

450331
450331
450331
450331

251197
07325-254104
07325-257442

8
8
6
8
9

450331

07325-254942

450331

253893

12

12

450331
450331
450331
450331
450331
450331
450331
450331

07325-255136
57328
252275
9893225974/256274
251277
52306
07325-52161

8
6
8
8
11
8
8
9

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3

14
17
7
10
4
8
10
16

7
6
4
7
4
5
6
6

450331

07325-255921

14

450331

07325-255633

14

450331
450331

07325-255222

8
8

4
4

9
15

7
3

450331

254790

10

450331
450331

257123
241772

450331

251248

8
6
8
8

4
3
4
4

9
22
12
14

6
13
6
10

450331

07325-252184

16

450331
450331
450331
474002
454010
454010
454010
454010
454010
454010
450554
450554
450554
450554
450554
450554
450554

9826819711/241511

8
8
8
8
9
8
8
1
4
8
13
8
13
13
13
13
13

4
4
4
4
1
4
1
4
4
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

3
14
7
9
11
36
10
20
8
16
10
12
9
9
6
8
10

6
5
5
3
10
26
6
25
4
12
4
6
4
4
4
4
6

252786

16

ID

City

20100008 Omakreshwar
20100009
20100010
20100011
21100001
21100002
21100003
21100004
21100005
21100006
21100007
22100001
22100002
22100003
22100004
22100005
22100006
22100007
22100008
22100009
22100010

Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Omakreshwar
Maheswar
Maheswar
Maheswar
Maheswar
Maheswar
Maheswar
Maheswar
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak
Amarkantak

Name of the Hotel

Address1

Address2

JAIKISHNA GOPI KISHNA DHARMASHALA


GEETA SHREE
NARMADA RESORT
BRAHMAN SAMAJ DHARAMSHALA
NARMADA RESORT
AKASH DEEP REST HOUSE
MADHURAM
LODGE ASHOKA
KUNAL GUEST HOUSE
LODGE AJANTA
JATRIKA DHARMASHALA
TOURIST COTAGE
SARVODYA VISHRAM GRAH
HOLIDAY HOME
SRI MATA SADAN HOTEL
MRITYUANJAY ASHRAM
TOURIST GUEST HOUSE
SHANTI KUTI DHARMASHALA
BARFANI ASHRAM
SIVRAM TOURIST GUEST HOUSE
SRI MATA RAMBAI DHARMASHALA

NAGAR PANCHAYAT,AMAR KANTA


MAIN MARKET AMARKANTAK
M.P.I
SOUNMUDA ROAD,AMARKANTAK
AMARKANTAK
NAGAR PANCHAYAT
AMARKANTAK
AMARKANTAK
NEAR SADA OFFICE
AMARKANTAK

DIST-ANUPUR(MP)
DIST-ANUPUR(MP)
DIST SAHADOL(MP)
PO-AMARKANTAKA,DIST-(MP)

Accomodation Type

Ownership

No. of
Rooms

Total
Employement

450554

13

13

450554
450554
450554

8
1
13
8
9
9
8
9
8
9
10
9
10
8
9
9
13
9
9
13

4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
4
5
1
4
5
1
4

16
14
12
6
9
4
12
6
20
6
8
18
12
7
20
15
10
1
10
16

7
10
5
5
7
4
4
5
5
7
1
27
8
13
11
6
6
14
4
1

Pincode

Phone Number

484886
484886
484886
484886
484886
484886
486886
484886
484886
484886

269441
07629-269517
07629-269520

269417

Codes used for accommodation Type


1 Star : 1, 2 Star: 2, 3 Star:3, 4 Star:4, 5 Star: 5, Delux: 6, heritage hote: 7, Unstarred hotel: 8, guest House: 9, Tourist Bungalow: 10, Dormitory: 11, Youth Hostel: 12 and Dharamsala: 13
Codes used for Type of Ownership
Govt. owned: 1, Public Limited Company: 2, Private Limited Company: 3, Single Owner:4, Charitable trust:5

17

Annexure IX

Feed back on Methodological and Operational Issues


Selection of survey locations
In the present study, focus was on places of tourist attraction. All the accommodation
units were surveyed in the selected locations. The implicit assumptions were:

A very high percentage of tourists, visited the state for the purpose seeing the
places of tourist attraction.
Tourists (other than those staying with friends and relatives) visiting the
centers, stayed in accommodation units located in the center.

Estimation of tourist inflow is based on statistics generated from the accommodation


units located at the major tourist centers. However, there are tourists visiting these
centers but staying in accommodation units located outside the center (other centers).
In the absence of primary data pertaining to accommodation units located outside the
center, the inflow of tourists staying in other centers and visiting the tourist centers
were estimated through secondary sources. Therefore, it is recommended that in
future, the survey should be extended to accommodation units located at other
centers. In other words, for every center, cluster of locations in and around the center
in question could be identified and surveyed accordingly.
In order to capture tourists, whose purpose of the visit is either professional or to visit
friends and relatives, locations, other than the places of tourist attraction, could also
be covered.
Design of the survey instruments

Linkages should be established between the tourists staying in accommodation


units and those covered in the tourist survey. For this purpose, specified
number of tourists could be selected from the surveyed accommodation units.
This would not only ensure minimum sample size with regard to the foreign
tourists, but also tourist sample based on dual frame (accommodation units
and tourist locations) is likely to be more representative.

Adequate provision should be made in the survey instruments, so as to


estimate percentage of tourists staying in accommodation units located in
other centers to the total number of tourists staying in accommodation units
with reference to the center in question.

Collection of Domestic Tourist Statistics for the State of Madhya Pradesh

Day of conducting the tourist survey


The tourists centers were surveyed on a particular day selected randomly. It is a
known fact that on special occasions like religious festivals, mela etc there is a sudden
spurt in the incidence of day visitors. In order to capture these wide variations, days
on which the survey is to be conducted could be decided purposively, according to a
specified plan. Possibly, survey period may be classified as normal period, slack
period and busy period. In every location, survey could be conducted covering all the
periods.
Establishment survey
No need to elicit quantitative information from the survey of establishments, and for
this, adequate provisions should be made in the tourist survey schedule on purchases
made, travel plan, etc. Establishment survey could be opinion based, stressing on
qualitative aspects on impact of tourism on business, seasonal fluctuations, impact on
business during slack period, normal period, busy period etc.
Secondary sources
Time series data could be collected on major issues relating to tourism from various
State Government Departments, Corporations, Public Sector undertakings etc. Based
on secondary data and discussions with the knowledgeable persons, future projections
could be made on tourist inflow. Cost benefit analyses and income and employment
generation on account of tourism could also be attempted.

Collection of Domestic Tourist Statistics for the State of Madhya Pradesh