Taj Mahal Photographer
Taj Mahal Photographer – Photographers and their cameras have been silent for 174 days
Taj Mahal Photographers and their cameras have been silent for 174 days, capturing tourists in the shadow of the Taj Mahal, among the seven wonders of the world. While photographing the tourists, he used to say ‘smile please …’ and ‘cheese …’, but now he does not even retrieve when he last said these words. The wait for the helpless photographers is about to open the lock of the captive at the Taj Mahal so that they can again arrange for the Rosie-Rattie by capturing the golden memories of the tourists in the camera.
More than 500 Taj Mahal photographers work on the monuments protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Of these, the Taj Mahal has 464 photographers, including 202 new and 264 old (working on the High Court). They became unemployed on March 17, with the monuments being locked. The memorial must open on September 15, but the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort are all heavy.
Until the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort are opened, the work of photographers will not be available. Due to this, more than a dozen photo labs around the Taj Mahal are also closed. There is also a crisis of livelihood in front of his employees. Taj Mahal Photographer are now out of work.
The Taj Mahal should be opened soon. All photographers have been sitting vacant for more than five and a half months. Tourists will not come immediately even after the Taj Mahal opens, but an atmosphere will be created. When tourists come here, people dependent on the tourism business will get work. Right now, there is a dark shadow everywhere.
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Only after the opening of the Taj Mahal will the financial crisis before the dependent families be overcome. ASI has banned group photography in monuments following physical distance due to Covid-19. Tourists will not pull the photo with a mask. It will take time to overcome this.