As the covid cases are going on the downfall, and vaccination process in full go. government is removing several restrictions from traveling to moving of the individuals. Subsequent to staying shut for longer than a year for night view for admiring, the Taj Mahal will open from August 21 for guests who need to relish the moment of viewing the beauty under the moonlight, authorities said on Friday. A late evening review of the landmark had shut on March 17, 2020, during the principal lockdown because of COVID-19.
ASI Superintending Archeologist (Agra Circle) Vasant Kumar Swarnkar revealed to PTI that a late evening survey will be permitted on August 21, 23, and 24 as the landmark is shut each week on Friday and the lockdown is essentially on Sunday.
He said there are three-time allotments for guests. From 8:30-9 pm, 9-9:30 pm, and from 9:30-10 pm. "In each opening, 50 travelers would be permitted according to rules of the Supreme Court," he added. "The tickets can be reserved a day ahead of time from ASI office's counter on 22 Mall Road in Agra," Kumar said. Rajeev Saxena, VP of the Tourism Guild of Agra, said it was a decent advance, yet it would not draw in end-of-the-week voyagers until the limitation of lockdown on Sunday and check-in time after 10 pm was not lifted.
"Vacationers need to appreciate the nightlife of the city, they would prefer not to be stuffed in their lodgings after 10 pm," he said. An administration-supported local area expert, Monika Sharma, appreciated the move and said it was a beam of expectation for the restoration of Agra's travel industry area.
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