Outdoor Project on Dharmrajeshwar as a Tourist Point

Outdoor Project on Dharmrajeshwar as a Tourist Point

DEPARTMENT: Tourism and Hospitality

YEAR/SEMESTER: All Semesters  

ACTIVITY: Outdoor Project on Dharmrajeshwar as a Tourist Point.

DATE & DURATION: 17th October 2022, Monday

TITLE: Outdoor Project (ODP) on Dharmrajeshwar as a Tourist Point.

RESOURCE PERSON: Dr. Lokeshver Singh Jodhana


An excursion trip for Dharmrajeshwar was organised for students by the Department of Tourism & Hospitality. This trip included all the students of B.A, Tourism & Hospitality Department. The group travelled under the supervision of Dr. Lokeshver Singh Jodhana, along with Mr. Sarthak Chourasia and  Ms. Avishi Shrivastava who accompanied the students on the trip.

The trip started from the college at 09:30 a.m. It took approx. 1hour 30 minutes to reach Dharmrajeshwar. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Mandsaur and is visited by a number of visitors from the local area. Dharmrajeshwar is a famous for its Cave Temple, which is a monolithic temple, located in Garoth town of Mandsaur district, Madhya Pradesh. It is a Buddhist and Hindu Cave Temple. The Temple signifies brilliant example of Indian rock-cut architecture and is believed that it was carved by using solid natural rocks in the 9th century and the architecture is similar to Kailasa Temple, Ellora Caves. The main Temple houses a Shivaling and a murti of Bhagwan Vishnu, surrounded by 7 smaller shrines.

This was the first Outdoor Project for the students of the first semester. Being students of tourism & hospitality, it is important for them to visit and know about the tourist spots. Dr. Jodhana educated the students about the historical importance of the place as well as its importance for the tourism industry of Madhya Pradesh. It was a day long trip which also helped in developing mutual cooperation and coordination among the student.

No. of participants: 26 students

Report Prepared by:  Ms. Avishi Shrivastava

Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Dr. Lokeshver Singh Jodhana