Taj Mahal reopened for tourists and historic lovers after six months of its shutdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The famous tourist spot Agra Fort is also reopened today. The historical and UNESCO heritage-listed sites were closed for tourists since 17th March and it impacted on the livelihoods of many families who depends on the tourism.
Tourists who are going to visit Taj Mahal and the fort should follow the strict COVID-19 safety measures to contain the virus from spreading. One needs to maintain social distancing, sanitizing the hands frequently and masks are mandatory to enter into the Mausoleum and the fort. Tourists need to purchase the ticket through online mode. Only 5,000 tourists will be allowed into Taj Mahal and 2,500 tourists will be allowed into Agra Fort every day. This is the first in the history, Taj Mahal closed for six months.
Taj Mahal is one of the beautiful monuments in the world which captivates the visitors with its majestic looks. Zillions of tourists from across the blue planet make a beeline to this picture-perfect monument with their beloved ones. Taj Mahal is the final resting place of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. The architecture of the monument fascinates all and sundry with its beautiful floral carving and exemplary architecture. Don’t forget to follow the COVID-19 preventive measures while visiting the monuments.