Making a travel leaflet of India

India has about five million tourists a year and many of them are healthy Americans or retired. Because of this, the demand for information on tourism in India has also increased. You might propose a challenge to create a travel leaflet for the country, or might simply want to design a brochure as an example of your talent in graphic design. Learn how to illustrate and create an informative and interesting leaflet from start to finish.

  1. India investigates the fullest. The best way to do this is to venture to India in person and check out the sights and sounds by itself. If you can make the trip, bring India to you in the form of books, videos and Internet resources.

  2. Decide what you want to highlight in your travel leaflet . Note that most travel leaflet have a little of everything inside. Be sure to mention the beaches of India, every 4671 miles (7517 km) of them, historic monuments (cave shelters Stone Age located in Madhya Pradesh) or industry world’s largest cinema, Bollywood.

  3. Write for your audience. Travel leaflets are meant to be informative, but short and easy to read for potential tourists. Many people with different educations, ages and interests read travel leaflets, therefore, maintain a simple and concise writing.

  4. Collect photographs for your leaflet . Use personal photographs from your trip or search the Internet or library of photographs. Just make sure to credit the photographers for their work.

  5. Build your booklet. One of the most professional ways to do this is by using the computer. There are many programs that will help you make a glossy brochure. “Adobe Illustrator” and “InDesign” both have great programs to guide three leaves. You can also use the “Adobe Photoshop” to edit your photos.

  6. Leaflet distribution. Distributes it to family and friends or ask local businesses if you can put your brochure on their counters. Take the brochure to your yoga class, park or work. Even if you do not think people would be interested in traveling to India, they might be interested in your artistic talent and could generate more creative opportunities for you.

65 photos that inspire a trip to India

A selection of 65 pictures from India and capricious little number, as well as the title of this entry is made. India asked for more, so the list extends to 80 images of a huge country (as might have been 100, or 200, or the number to imagine).

india-travel-photos

Jedimentat44  (in the monastery of Spiti valley)

With a complex, multifaceted country, the selection also results in a failure to reflect it completely. India is overwhelming not only for its size but also for its “billion and both” people, their history, the complexity of their customs and culture (with a high degree of syncretism), beliefs, influences joined by thousands of years to their own. The images try to run before a thousand words the diversity of regions, landscapes, climates, cities, towns. India on the other hand, in terms of country, does not need too preface …

Thatphotobooth (in Jaisalmer)

Kerala Tourism  (in the hills of Munnar)

Bruno Girin

Image  Christopher Walker  (In Jodhpur)

Vinoth Chandar  (in Kerala)

Ryan  (On Golden Temple Amristsar)

Image P aul Nicholas Cicaré Taibi  (In Chand Baori, the temple of a thousand steps)

The Indian Ocean psychiatrists strengthen cooperation

The Indian Ocean psychiatrists began Monday at the consultation meeting for launching avenues for cooperation in the prevention and the treatment of mental illness among the countries of the zone.
This is a week of discussions and exchanges organized under the auspices of WHO by the Reunion Association for research and study in psychiatry and the Scientific Committee of the World Health Organization as theme: “Mental Health and Psychiatry: assessments and prospects in the Indian Ocean.
What regional cooperation for tomorrow? “Dr. Jean-Luc Roelandt, head of the psychiatry department at the hospital in Lille (France), co-author of the report Piel-Roelandt” In psychiatry to mental health, “submitted to the Ministry of Affairs Social in July, is on site since Sunday to set up regional cooperation between France, Mauritius, Madagascar and the Comoros on the occasion of this meeting.
In his report by california psychics review, Dr. Roelandt highlights the need to promote speech and the power of service users, to implement the psychiatric facilities in the city and set a ten-year plan of psychiatric hospitals closing after creation territorial department of Psychiatry.
According to WHO, 50 million people suffer from such disorders gradually leading them towards exclusion.
The number of depressions has doubled in ten years worldwide, now representing the second cause of morbidity.
The WHO, which is concerned about the lack of interest shown by governments to these questions, believes that psychiatric hospitals have not proven their effectiveness and, therefore, mental illness must be supported by the community.
Depression, alcohol abuse, schizophrenia, epilepsy, dementia, suicide.
.
.
The data presented in the 2001 report of the WHO show that 20 to 25% of the total world population suffers from a mental disorder at some point in his life.

India confuses Jupiter and Venus spy drone

The army of India has spent recent months by a series of concerns. This is due to the identification of “two flying objects” that confused with Chinese spy drones using Flexispy technology. These sightings were recorded between August 2012 and February 2013, violating airspace limiting your territory with the Asian nation. After a series research and doubts, the army of India decided to consult astronomers of the Institute of Astrophysics in Bangalore. Once reviewed the problem and the data collected, scientists headquarters revealed that in reality were two planets: Jupiter and Venus.

YouTube: The Indian driving in reverse

We know that traffic in India is totally chaotic and drive there becomes a martyr at any time of day. And that tasted good Harpeet Devi, a citizen who suffered greatly with this.

One day, to his misfortune, Fiat introduced its failures in the gearbox and was forced to go to a workshop in reverse, as it had blocked him other changes.

And what began as a necessity convirió was an obsession for Devi. The man even changed the gearbox of the Fiat and now has four speeds in reverse and go forward, she says in a video posted on YouTube.

As the man said, the car reaches 80 km / h in reverse and the government of the area has given up driving permit this. However, due to the driving position, Harpeet Devi has begun to suffer problems in the neck and back, although he claims never severe enough to stop driving.

The video was posted a few days ago and it is shown how to promote youtube video the right way.

India launches a food security project for the poor

The Indian government has launched in various parts of the country’s food scales security program that will offer subsidized 64% of the population food, representing about 782 million people, reported local media.

The ambitious project, approved by decree in early July by the Indian government, has a cost of 22,000 million (over 16.3 million) and was developed by the president of the ruling Congress Party, Sonia Gandhi.

The Congress leader ja food program launched from New Delhi to commemorate the birthday of her late husband, the former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi – because it was said, “one of his dreams” andcould not fulfill it to be killed .

The food safety law guarantees 75% of rural households and 50% of urban the right to acquire seven monthly kilos of grain at subsidized prices.

According to the last official census of 2011, 833 million people live in rural areas of the Asian giant and 377 million in urban areas, so the plan would benefit approximately 64% of the population , some 782 million people.

The law, however, must still be approved by both houses of parliament, although the government is “optimistic” and expected to enter into force before the general elections of 2014, which could bring him support in the polls of the lower classes .

But the government did not have it easy, because many opposition political parties, including important allies of the government and the Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP, its acronym in English) have claimed more than 260 amendments to the law to support it .

“We support the law because it is made ​​for the poor , but we want certain changes are made, “said an MP from BSP, according to the Indian agency IANS.

The main formation of the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party conservative, is not opposed in principle to the law, but asked to be debated in Parliament.

Despite rapid growth in India in the last two decades, 80% of its 1,210 million people live on less than two dollars (one and a half euros) per day and of them 22% on less than 50 cents amount according to the Indian government, marks the poverty line.

Indian government conducted a survey on the use of toilets

The Indian government announced a national plan to analyze whether people are using toilets as part of a program launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi three months to improve hygiene in the country using paid survey sites.

Health inspectors go door to door to see if people use the toilets. They noted earlier surveys only building toilets and no use.

The Indian government says it has built half a million household toilets since October.

According to the UN, half of the 1,200 million people in India do not have toilets in their homes, causing serious problems of hygiene in public spaces, involving the transmission of diseases.

Indian users prefer business-oriented apps in their smartphones

Users of smart phones in India are the most comprehensive users (apps for short) mobile applications, and prefer business-oriented apps compared to users from other countries, according to a global study by Nokia and Cornell University.

In this study the Indians wish to make use of technology and new applications faster than users in Germany, Italy, Spain, Brazil, China, the UK, Singapore, South Africa and USA. According to analysis by PBS, are the most advanced users (progressive) mobile application: use them to enhance their capabilities and value and use as a tool, not as a luxury. Nokia will use the results to guide the work of app promotion developers depending on markets ..

More than half of respondents in India benefited from their applications, using them primarily for travel or trips and at home. More than three quarters of the sample had about 30 apps on their smartphones. The musical and social networking apps were the most popular, followed by the applications used for business facilitators (utility apps) and games. Furthermore, the research found a considerable variation in the use of mobile applications in different regions of India.