- 1 What is the ticket price of Taj Mahal?
- 2 Can I visit Taj Mahal now?
- 3 Was the Taj Mahal destroyed?
- 4 Is Taj Mahal Agra open?
- 5 Is phone allowed in Taj Mahal?
- 6 Which gate is best for Taj Mahal?
- 7 Is Taj Mahal closed on Sunday?
- 8 Can you buy Taj Mahal tickets online?
- 9 Are there no lights in Taj Mahal?
- 10 Is the Taj Mahal in danger?
- 11 Which gases are affected by Taj Mahal?
- 12 How is the Taj Mahal being damaged?
- 13 Can I buy Taj Mahal?
- 14 How can I book Taj Mahal night ticket?
- 15 Is Agra safe for tourists?
What is the ticket price of Taj Mahal?
Taj Mahal Ticket Booking
|Entry Fee (Indian)||INR 45 ( Additional INR 200 to see the main mausoleum)|
|Entry Fee (SAARC and BIMSTEC)||INR 535 ( Additional INR 200 to see the main mausoleum)|
|Entry Fee (Foreigner )||INR 1050 (Additional NR 200 to see the main mausoleum)|
|Entry Below (Children Below Age 15)||Free|
Can I visit Taj Mahal now?
NoteAs per the order issued by district administration Agra Taj Mahal is now reopened for visitors from 21st Sep 2020. Entry ticket through online only, no manual ticketing is there so far. 50 + 200.
|INDIAN||Weekdays except Friday||50/-|
|FOREIGNER/NRI||Weekdays except Friday||1100/-|
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Was the Taj Mahal destroyed?
He said there was no damage to the main structure of the monument to love – built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a tomb for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died giving birth in 1631.
Is Taj Mahal Agra open?
The Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort were closed since March 17 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Only 5,000 tourists will be allowed each day at the Taj Mahal. Agra: Both world heritage sites were closed since March 17 due to the pandemic.
Is phone allowed in Taj Mahal?
Tripods, mobile phone chargers, smoking items, food, drinks, and tobacco items are not allowed inside the Taj. You are only allowed to take with you a mobile phone, a water bottle and camera, which is included in your ticket.
Which gate is best for Taj Mahal?
Eastern gate would be the best entrance to the Taj Mahal,you will get the tickets from the area just besides the car parking.
Is Taj Mahal closed on Sunday?
Taj Mahal will remain closed on Fridays and Sundays. The Taj Mahal is located on the right bank of the Yamuna River in a vast Mughal garden in Tajganj of Agra District in Uttar Pradesh. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Can you buy Taj Mahal tickets online?
TICKETS ONLY THROUGH ONLINE www.asiagracircle.in The city of Agra is mostly visited for the beautiful Taj Mahal, but there are many more grand monuments worth seeing when you travel to this historic city.
Are there no lights in Taj Mahal?
Why the Taj mahal has no Lights? Barring a few low-level posts which were installed for security purposes, so far there is not a major lighting system.
Is the Taj Mahal in danger?
However, over the years, the threats to Taj have changed forms and the structure now remains vulnerable due to various other factors which have threatened its existence. The monument is now threatened by encroachment, deforestation, solid waste dumps, garbage, falling water levels of Yamuna, Acid rain and pollution.
Which gases are affected by Taj Mahal?
The Taj Mahal is built with white marble and is threatened by environmental pollution, especially due to sulphur dioxide.
How is the Taj Mahal being damaged?
The iconic Taj Mahal was damaged due to thunderstorm on Friday night in Uttar Pradesh’s Agra district, officials said. The marble railing of the main mausoleum and red sandstone railings suffered damage due to thunderstorm, officials said on Saturday.
Can I buy Taj Mahal?
Tourists buying tickets online will get discount of Rs 5 for per Indian ticket and Rs 50 for per foreigner ticket. No entry fee for children below the age of 15 years. (Both domestic and foreigner) Additional Rs 200 will be charged if one wants to visit main mausoleum.
How can I book Taj Mahal night ticket?
TICKETS: Tickets for viewing the Taj Mahal at Night have to be bought 24 hours in advance from the booking counter of the Archeological Survey of India, 22 Mail Road, Agra(Contact no. 0562-2227261, 0562-2227262). The monument, however, remains closed for night viewing on Fridays and during the month of Ramzan.
Is Agra safe for tourists?
Agra is a relatively safe place for tourists to visit. Although petty theft and street crime does occasionally occur in Agra, people should not avoid travel to this city because of this reason.