International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research

International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research


International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research
Vol. 6, Issue 1 (2020)

Tourism industry generate invisible income to State


Dr. M Nazeeruddin, S Mohammad Gayazuddin

In 12th century A.D, the Vodders who carted stones for the construction of temple at Alampur, Mehboob Nagar on the left bank of river Tungabadra, used the sight where the town now stands as a stopping place before crossing the Tungabadra. Kurnool is one of the important districts in the state of Andhra Pradesh and most prominent districts of Rayalaseema region. The major important tourist places in Kurnool district are the belum caves geographically and historically important caves, The word Belum caves is derived from ‘Belum ’ which means caves in Sanskrit. The caves in the past were being used as to dump wastes from nearby places. Belum caves provided employment to local people and its has become source of revenue for them tourism industry may generate invisible income to government.
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Dr. M Nazeeruddin, S Mohammad Gayazuddin. Tourism industry generate invisible income to State. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 23-24
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