Taj Mahal is reopened for night time viewing from August 21 onwards
One of many world-famous monuments which is among the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal is now reopened for night time viewing from August 21 onwards. The Taj Mahal was closed for nearly a yr as a result of Covid disaster and as per officers, one can view the well-known monument underneath the moonlight from August 21.
As per the studies, the night time viewing of the monument was closed on March 17, 2020, throughout the first wave of coronavirus.
Talking about reopening of night time viewing of the monument, ASI Superintending Archaeologist (Agra Circle) Vasant Kumar Swarnkar said that night time viewing will likely be allowed on August 21, 23 and 24 because the monument is closed each week on Friday, whereas lockdown stays in impact on Sunday.
Listed below are a few of the factors to remember when you go to the Taj mahal.
- The monument will likely be open to guests in 3-time slots that’s from 20:30-21:00, 21:00-21:30 and from 21:30 – 22:00 hrs respectively.
- In each slot, solely 50 vacationers will likely be allowed to go to which is consistent with the instructions from the Supreme Courtroom, the ASI said.
- The tickets for night time viewing needs to be booked prematurely from the ASI workplace counter said Kumar.
With this new reopened initiative, Vice President of the Tourism Guild of Agra Rajeev Saxena lauded the step. Nevertheless, he talked about that the weekend lockdown might not appeal to travellers till the restrictions of lockdown on Sunday and Curfew are nonetheless in place there may be fewer vacationers visiting the monument.