Taj Mahal Reopening Rules and Changes

Taj Mahal Reopening Rules and Changes

This blog is the expression of the Taj Mahal in a personified form. The iconic Taj Mahal in Agra had a wonderful history and theme behind its construction. It is a well-known fact that the Mughal emperor Shahjahan devised the construction of the Taj Mahal to give a supreme tribute to his paramour Mumtaj mahal who was a paramour of beauty. The Taj mahal since the Time of its construction has witnessed many ups and downs. After the reopening of the Taj Mahal, one will see a lot of changes in the Taj mahal entry rules and other admission formalities.

Crown of Palaces: The Taj Mahal in Agra, India

Royal Host

I have the pleasure of being the royal host to thousands of dignitaries, celebrities, monarchs all over the world. In this span of four centuries lots of Taj Mahal entry rules are changed. I saw My master, my maker, my father Shah Jahan gave birth to me, nurtured me, and above all kept my memories in the core of his heart. I saw him came to embrace me, gaze at my eternal beauty from the gardens. Even I saw him in the pitiable condition being confined inside the cell looking at me from far in a mood of dissatisfaction and desolation.

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What to say not only he but lots of royalties and the people rolling in power and pelf came to see my beauties in the heydey of Mughal and even during the decline period. I saw the British coming inside my premises and throwing parties, some robbing me of my valuables and leaving me as a bare skeleton. The other some more sympathetic firangi officials trying to restore my grandeur.

Lots of dignitaries and travelers wrote their comments in the visitor’s book and commended my beauty. I saw the time of world wars and Indo china war, Indo Pak wars while at time I was camouflaged and I have to remain under corners. Several times I had to suffer the pongs of nature such as the flood and inundation by water. The worst I have to suffer owing to the human indifference.

No Desire For Money, Only Aspiring For Upkeep

Millions of rupees are generated annually from the tickets lied on my visit and I am working as Penelope’s web to the humans on my visit. I do not crave for money or any personal expenses. The only thing I need better upkeep of my gardens, tombs, and other subsidiary buildings. The vandalism was a big problem decade back while the young lovers used to visit me and express their love feelings on my walls. I dislike the idea of throwing the used overshoes inside my premises and aspiring for new Taj Mahal entry rules.

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During the time of the lockdown, I see my gardens clean without the garbage of tissue papers and shoe covers. I wonder why humans cannot create such a sense not to mar the beauty of mine by throwing the overshoes and other stuff.

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E-ticketing- Taj Mahal Entry Rules

Recently a new e-ticketing system has give a big relax to control the crowd which is approx 50,000 per day during busy season and festivals. This is also easy for those tourist who don’t like to be in the que for long hours.

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Taj Mahal During COVID-19 Pandemic

I recall the day of March 2020 while I heard the government decided to shut me down. It was on account of checking the spread of the COVID-19 virus. I was in the doll drums as for how many days I have to remain in solitariness without the fellows who used to flock every day to appraise my beauty. It had been almost 3 months while I am waiting for my opening. I see only the security persons with their guns during the day and nights and questions them where are the tourists when I see them?

In almost 80 days I have only one satisfaction that the pressure of mankind on the natural resources has minimized. This has paved the way for the checking of air and water pollution to a long extent. During these very times the human activities of driving vehicles and running factories and the release of industrial waste into the rivers have stopped. This has been the case of the Yamuna River which is flowing with cleaner water components to the previously stinking water. Less smoking atmosphere has helped in none staining of mine white marble. Just a couple of days before my closure I was cleaned up with water while the U.S. President Donald Trump visited me along with his family. I drew up the attention of international media and my coverage was done on an extensive scale.

Taj Mahal Reopens After Lockdown

The epitome of love Taj Mahal is expected to reopen from 21st September 2020 after 182 days of closure. After the COVID-19 pandemic it was shut down on 17th March 2020. where the corona disease spread out in India. The tourism industry in India suffered a lot dur to the closure of monuments.

New Taj Mahal Entry Rules

Covid-19 hit Taj Mahal tourism is expected to come on the track of the government makes proper promotion and assure safety to the tourists. Similarly, private entrepreneurs have to play a vital role. The archaeological survey of India made some new rules regarding entry to the Taj Mahal as such.

  1. The Taj Mahal will have a cap on the number of visitors. There will be 2 slots- one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
  2. In each slot, only 2500 persons are able to visit the Taj Mahal.
  3. Only E-tickets are valid to enter the Taj Mahal, which means no paper tickets will be sold on the Taj Mahal ticket counters.
  4. The car parking tickets and the cafeteria is only accepting the e payment.
  5. Photographers are allowed in Taj Mahal but group photography is not allowed inside the Taj mahal
  6. Tour guides are allowed to conduct the sightseeing of the Taj Mahal.
  7. The tourists will have to maintain proper social distancing and will move accordingly.
  8. It is mandatory for everyone to wear the face mask inside the monument.
  9. It is mandatory for the tourists to provide the phone number and other contact details to the Archeological Survey of India
  10. Only after proper screening and health check one will be allowed to enter the Taj Mahal.
  11. If one is found sick or having some fever or cold symptoms, he or she will not be allowed to enter the Taj.

Dr Atul Kumar Singh Parmar

Dr Atul is a graduate of R.B.S College Agra after the graduation did his Masters in Arts (English) Later pursued Bachelor of Education and Doctorate in English fro Agra University Agra. He has been been engaged in the tourism trade since 1995 , Worked as Govt Of India approved tour escort till 2011, He is promoter of S.A.M Tours and Travels. He is an avid traveler and travel writer with expertise in tours and travels, history, literature, architecture, social and political.

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