Tourism and Economic Growth In India from 1960 to 2014 Are Examined In This Research, Taking
Into Account the Relative Importance of Financial Development In That Time Period. It Has Been Shown That
Both the Long-Term and Short-Term Development of India's Economy Is Enhanced By Inbound Tourism. Also
Found Is a Long-Term One-Way Granger Causality Between Tourism and Economic Development.
Furthermore, the Outcomes of the Granger Causality Test Indicated a One-Way Association Between Two
Variables Ranging from Gdp Growth to Tourist Development. the Findings Support the Rise of Economicdriven
Tourism In Mp.