India got independence in 1947, and the hotel business had a period in which no inn advancement occurred. Upon his arrival from the Non-Aligned Movement Conference in 1956, Late Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, at that point Prime Minister of India, perceived that travel industry could be a motor for the nation’s monetary development and was enlivened to manufacture quality inns in India for visiting outside dignitaries. This prompted the first-since forever government interest in the lodging business with the structure of the Ashoka in New Delhi. The India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) was set up in 1966 as an enterprise under the Indian Companies Act of 1956, with the merger of Janpath Hotel India Ltd. also, India Tourism Transport Undertaking Ltd. Today, ITDC gives a total scope of the travel industry administrations, including convenience, cooking, and amusement and shopping, inn consultancy, obligation free shops, and an in-house travel organization.
The legislature gave the travel industry another lift when it made the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation in 1967, isolating it from the Ministry of Transport and Shipping, in this manner perceiving that travel industry was not just about moving individuals from guide A toward point B yet had an a lot more extensive task to carry out in the country’s economy.