India is one of the most visited countries in the world, but tourists from the Middle East are flocking to the country for more than a decade now.
The country’s tourism industry is booming, but it has to make sure its hotels are booked and the food is safe before they take them to the mountains.
We spoke to hoteliers, tour guides, and hotel owners to find out how they manage to survive the tourist boom.
In the country’s capital, New Delhi, a popular spot for weddings and other celebrations is the famed Hindu temple of Vishnu at the edge of the city.
The venue is a huge venue with more than 1,000 people packed inside, including couples and families.
But there is no catering in the hotel and the wait staff are the only people who work for the accommodation company.
The staff also don’t have any reservations for guests coming from outside India.
“The only way we can cater is through our hotel, but there is a limit of 200 guests per day,” said Dinesh Prasad, a member of the management team.
“There is no food, no liquor, no hot drinks.
It is a little bit of a mess.”
Prasad said the hotel is the only place to get food from outside the country.
He said the food was prepared in-house, and the cooks were local.
But it wasn’t always that way.
In 2012, the hotel was evacuated and was ransacked by unknown people.
After the evacuation, the restaurant was converted into a small restaurant.
“There was an employee who had the idea to go around and try to do his job, but when we told him that he was going to lose his job we didn’t have time to tell him that we have to pay him a salary,” said Prasads brother, Anil.
“He was happy to be working.
We were working for about one month, but the first day, he said, ‘I will leave and take my family with me.'”
The restaurant was eventually sold to a family in Kerala who were staying in the same hotel.
“I had never met the family.
I don’t know why they did this.
They had been in the room with me all day.
But after that, the family left.
We went to meet them and they were shocked when they saw that we were going to give food to our guests.
They came and picked up the bags and took them,” Prasades brother said.
Prasades said he was told by his hotel management that the food should be served at the restaurant, but that there was no space in the restaurant to serve it.
The restaurant was now completely empty and the family was not allowed to return to the hotel.
The situation worsened in 2013 when Prasadas family had to evacuate from the hotel after a storm hit the hotel in the middle of the night.
“I had to go and get the hotel manager and find the right place for food,” Prases said.
“The hotel manager was not able to find any place for us to sit.”
He had to leave his wife and daughter behind to be with his family.
“My daughter is 18 and she can’t even stand,” Prase said.
He has since been working in the local grocery store for another 10 months.
In 2014, the Prasas family had a very difficult time.
“We had to move out of the hotel because we had to have an operation and it was very difficult to manage the hotel, which was quite a big building,” Prades said.
The family was given a new hotel in another city and is now living there.
But they still cannot afford the rent.
“Our rent is Rs 15,000 a month, which is not enough to pay for the food we have been given, and for the cleaning and maintenance,” Prayss brother said, referring to the food they are given for free.
“It’s very hard to survive in this country,” Prayers said.
For those from the region, staying in a hotel in India is a gamble.
“They [the hotel owners] want to sell the hotel to a tourist, but they have to wait for the tourists to book rooms in the hotels,” Pratsad said.
Tourists are not the only ones in dire need of food and accommodation.
In the Indian state of Maharashtra, more than 300,000 children have been forced to stay in makeshift shelters since the beginning of the year, mostly in rural areas, in what is called the ‘Chhattisgarh Emergency’.
The families who are forced to shelter in the shelters are often left without proper food and clothes.
“Food is very scarce.
There is no water, electricity or a stove,” Prates said.
In some of the shelters, there is even no toilet, but many people have been sleeping on the ground.
The lack of adequate accommodation in these shelters is