Digital calendar showcases beauty of ‘Incredible India'

| | New Delhi

Want to know about tourist season of every region of India? Looking for the app that can help you stay in touch with dates of Indian festivals and also work as a planner? Try mobile app — Incredible India Digital Calendar-2018 launched by Union Tourism Minister KJ Alphons on Friday.

It can be a perfect planner for tech-savvy travel planners. In line with the Government's Digital India initiative, the mobile app helps the users know about the events and festivals happening across the country.

The digital calendar can be downloaded on Android and iOS platforms. It contains all exclusive features of any digital calendar making it a perfect travel planner on the go. This digital calendar can also be used as a personal planner, said Alphons, after launching the app here at an event.

The calendar also has information on festivals and events happening in the country and will also allow user to create and manage personal events, get regular notifications on the upcoming festivals and events, allow set up of customize reminders for individual events, share the events with friends and contacts, etc.

“Each day will have a stunning image of tourist destinations from across India which can be shared on various social media platforms also,” said the Minister.  

He also launched The Incredible India Desk Calendar - 2018, which profiles 12 different kinds of travellers and suggests appropriate destinations for them. The theme of the desk calendar is “India for Everyone”, showcasing the country's incredible tourist destinations.



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