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Rajasthan’s CM Enjoys Drive on Virtual Track at Digital Museum

In the 'Programme Bay' area, he was accorded a warm welcome by a 'dancing robot'

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The Chief Minister was visibly impressed with the VR (virtual reality) technology and tried his hands on virtual games including football and cricket. Pixabay

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday enjoyed a drive on the virtual track at a digital museum during a visit to the Bhamashah Technohub and State Data Centre here on Saturday.

The Chief Minister was visibly impressed with the VR (virtual reality) technology and tried his hands on virtual games including football and cricket.

In the ‘Programme Bay’ area, he was accorded a warm welcome by a ‘dancing robot’.

Gehlot also clicked selfies with the children and enjoyed ‘samosas’ with them.

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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday enjoyed a drive on the virtual track at a digital museum during a visit to the Bhamashah Technohub and State Data Centre here on Saturday. Pixabay

In the technohub, he monitored the progress of start-ups working in the domain of artificial intelligence, robotic technology, 3D printer technology and XRVR technologies.

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He also collected detailed information on video conferring through e-plus machine, 3D printer and spider robot on the occasion. (IANS)

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Hotel Chains in Rajasthan Contribute in Growing Local Economy

Big hotel chains help boost local economy in Rajasthan

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Hotel chains in Rajasthan play a major role in boosting the local economy. Pixabay

BY ARCHANA SHARMA

Big hotel chains in Rajasthan are helping the local economy grow by providing newer employment avenues to the natives.

These hotels are hiring local people to showcase the colourful heritage of Rajasthan to guests coming from different parts of the world.

Ibis, an Accor brand, recently re-launched its property in Civil Lines, Jaipur, in which locals were engaged in the task to design a vibrant and colourful lobby with traditional Pichwai artwork connecting to the ethic charm of the Pink city.

The property also showcases a quirky auto and bike parked outside the lobby which comes in different shades of pink connecting with the theme of the pink City. Again, in this perspective, the local students’ views were taken into account to make the pretty decor of the auto and bike, said Saumitra Chaturvedi, General Manager, Ibis Jaipur Civil Lines.

Further, the hotel had hired a local band, Marudhar, during the relaunch of the property, which has got six local members who shot to fame after displaying their talent in ‘India’s Got Talent’.

Chaturvedi said, “It gives me immense pleasure to showcase the revamped Ibis property in Jaipur which has been designed after seeking services of local artists. We look forward to serving the best blend of local and global in terms of food, delicacies and experiences, he added.

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Big hotel chains in Rajasthan hire the local people to showcase the rich culture of that region. Pixabay

The other property pushing local economy to new heights is Alila Fort Bishangarh where locals are engaged in diverse tasks including garden landscaping, housekeeping, driving and even the kitchen for dishes, said Binny Sebastian, General Manager, Alila Fort Bishangarh’s heritage hotel, some 50 km from Jaipur.

As our property is situated on the outskirts, the surrounding villages had people engaged in farming and hence we are training them in diverse tasks to ensure they have a decent source of earning. Now, the villages look changed as there are many shops and businesses coming around, he adds.

These guests are also taken around for a barber shop where they love to get a hair massage done which is called as Champi in local language. Villagers are getting a decent price for it. We have a chai shop where guests are taken and they pay villagers a decent sum for a tea.

Then comes as zero mile cuisine system we have introduced recently where food produced within the vicinity of one mile is being served to guests. This again boosts local economy, Sebastian says.

This Diwali, we gifted paper bag made from newspapers with an earthen pot having tulsi plant grown in our garden. Again local services were taken to make bags and pots, he adds.

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“Our association with locals is quite strong. Our guests also visit the artisans’ houses and sip tea there while watching them make pottery and weave carpet. In this way, we ensure that locals get a decent livelihood,” Sebastian added.

“We have started getting regular income since this property came up a year back. We have been showing our art to the guests here which gives us satisfaction as well as an income,” said Nizamuddin, a bangle maker engaged in Alila Fort, Bishangarh. (IANS)