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Celebrating Rajasthan tourism

DNJAI76259 | 4/21/2017 | Author : After Hrs Correspondent | WC :78



The Rajasthan Association of Tour Operators (RATO) celebrated their ‘Annual Rendezvous’ at Grand Uniara on Wednesday. During the get-together, hoteliers, tour operators and Rajasthan Tourism officers came under one roof to celebrate the togetherness of Rajasthan tourism industry. The evening witnessed a melange of Ghazal music, stand-up comedy show and a huge spread of sumptuous snacks and delectable dinner. Spotted were NC Goel, Khalid Khan, Bhim Singh, Manish Gupta, Ram Rathore, Rohit Dar, Rudra Diggi and many more.




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