Taj Mahal Open from September 21, 2020
Taj Mahal Open after the pandemic – from September 21, 2020
Taj Mahal, a glorious mausoleum, was built for love, tells its story and fame by itself. It has been more than five months for visitors not to see the Taj Mahal, and finally, Taj Mahal will be opened for visitors from September 21, 2020. It is a pleasurable moment for Taj Mahal visitors to be a part of the Taj Mahal and for people who are connected to the India tourism industry.
Taj Mahal opening and closing Time Table for Visitors?
Taj Mahal opens every day other than Friday, due to Friday prayer performed by Muslim in its mosque.
Taj Mahal open before around 30 Minutes from Sunrise, and it closes at Evening after Sunset.
Note:- Sunrise and Sunset timings are subject to change as per weather conditions.
What is allowed to bring inside the Taj Mahal/Other Monument in Agra?
People can bring their Cellphones, Cameras, and water bottles inside the monuments, but they can’t take Cellphones Charger, Tripods, Tobacco, Cigarette, Any Sharp Objects, Food, and Drinks inside.
What is the Time Spent/Entry Fee for the Taj Mahal?
Maximum 3 hours are given to the visitor to stay in the mausoleum with the Taj Mahal ticket (It is written on the ticket). Taj Mahal fee charges are different for each visitor according to his/her Citizenship status.
- Basic Entry Fee: INR. 50 /- For Domestic/ Indian/ OCI cardholder
- INR. 1100 /- For Foreigner
- INR. 540 /- For Citizens of SAARC and BIMSTEC Countries
If any visitor wants to visit the main mausoleum, then INR. 200 /- will be charged extra.
Note:- Entry will be free for children below the age of 15 years.
There will be an additional discount of INR.5 /- For Indians & INR. 50 /- For Foreigners, for online bookings.
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How many visitors are allowed to see the Taj Mahal in a Day during Covid-19 ?
Taj Mahal re-opens after six months as it was closed due to Covid-19. Covid-19 had affected every individual and Tourism industry in the world. But the travel industry was the first to be involved and would be the last one to recover.
As all Monument was closed for visitors, the Taj Mahal was also not untouched with the pandemic. Although the Archeological Survey of India permitted all monuments to be re-opened since July 6, 2020, Agra local administrators didn’t allow the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort to be re-opened due to growing new cases in Agra city. Still, finally, a piece of hopeful news happened, and the Taj Mahal is re-opened from September 21, 2020, with Agra Fort.
Maximum five thousand visitors can enter in the Taj Mahal in a day. Two thousand five hundred visitors from Morning to Afternoon and rest, two thousand five hundred from Afternoon to till the end of the day, would receive an 🕃entry in a single day.
What is the guideline for visitors in the Taj Mahal?
Opening the Taj Mahal after six months is pleasurable news for visitors, but they have to follow some restrictions as protocol seeing the Taj Mahal. Visitors have to follow social distancing method, need to be checked through a thermal detector, hands have to be sanitized, Face shield or mask is compulsory; visitors would be allowed Photography on Diana Bench one by one (There is seat or bench where Princess Diana had a photograph sitting on it, is called Diana Bench) and tickets would be sold online. This guideline is for visitors to keep them safe from pandemic and make their trip memorable.
What to visit other than the Taj Mahal in Agra?
Agra is famous for the Taj Mahal the most. But other than this, there is much more to visit in the city. The city exists Agra Fort, Jama Masjid, Chini ka Rauza, Etimad-Ud-Daulah (Baby Taj Mahal), Akbar’s tomb (Sikandra), Fatehpur Sikri, Swaminarayan Temple, and city excursion with handicrafts demonstration; even a single day is not enough for all these sights.
What additional information do visitors have to know before being in Agra to see the Taj Mahal?
Taj Mahal Opens from September 21, 2020, and its different circumstances than before the Taj Mahal was closed on March 17, 2020, spread in India due to Covid-19. Visitors may have suggestions from Professional Travel Consultants who can give exact information about changing rules and regulations about the city’s historical sights due to pandemic. The local Administration is relieving its people gradually on Improving conditions, so the earlier rules/restrictions are removed, and a new ones take place in the city and, not only in the city but also on its historical sights too and, sometimes this information can not be found on the media instantly.
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