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India eases norms to attract Buddhism travel immigration

Posted on February 25, 2016
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Being a part of ASEAN, India is doing its part to connect to the Buddhist Asian countries as it is looking to ease its travel immigration restrictions for travelers who want to visit Buddhist heritage sites in India, said the Indian Vice President.

Talking amid a visit to Thailand a week ago, Indian Vice President Hamid Ansari said the mutual legacy of the area, the ascent of Buddhism in India and its spread to Southeast Asia. This was a center region for the South Asian country’s engagement with the area, however he didn’t expand on the subtle elements of this proposed visa liberalization.

Cambodians, as of now, have simple access to Indian visas, with business immigrants paying no visa expenses to visit the nation, said N Sitlhou, the First Secretary at the Indian Embassy in Phnom Penh. Arrangements were set up to have a workshop in ahead of schedule April, Sitlhou said, which will be gone to by Tourism Minister Thong Khon, the Cambodian Association of Travel Agents (CATA) and visit administrators from India, to locate a single window way to deal with convey more Cambodian sightseers to Buddhist locales in India. Be that as it may, there would be different advantages past tourism too, he included.

Ang Kim Eang, president of CATA, said that acquiring a visa to India was not troublesome, but rather disposing of visa charges for visitors, which could be somewhat costly for neighborhood explorers, would help vacationer numbers to India. He added that expanding network to India will cut down the expenses of setting out to the subcontinent. India and Cambodia are right now chipping away at beginning a non-stop flight between the two nations.

Not surprisingly, there was enthusiasm among Asian tourists to visit India, and there was at that point countless going by India to do the Buddhist circuit of locales. India’s ‘Act East’ Policy is Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s redo of the decades old ‘Look East’ strategy, and intends to reinforce financial and key relations in the district. It likewise hopes to counter China’s vital and forceful monetary interests in ASEAN.

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