Travel Books Defined: Travel literature is travel writing of literary value. Travel literature typically records the experiences of an author touring a place for the pleasure of travel. An individual work is sometimes called a travelogue or itinerary. Travel literature may be cross-cultural or transnational in focus, or may involve travel to different regions within the same country. Accounts of spaceflight may also be considered travel literature.
Literary travelogues generally exhibit a coherent narrative or aesthetic beyond the logging of dates and events as found in travel journals or a ship's log. Travel literature is closely associated with outdoor literature and the genres often overlap with no definite boundaries. Another sub-genre, invented in the 19th century, is the guide book.
With its focus on foreign exchange management, the book acquaints the readers with new concepts of almost all aspects of forex management and issues associated with the same. While the study is done with specific reference to Indian context, the findings and underlying principles and methods used are expected to be of general applicability.
Tourism is now widely recognised as the world's largest industry and its growth is creating rapid social, economic and environmental changes which require detailed understanding and measures to manage it. Tourism is now becoming a major area of study among students all over the world and its development and management hold many career opportunities for students.
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