The Taj Mahal To Remain Open At Night

The Taj Mahal To Remain Open At Night

09/10/2019 0 By M Zaman

The Taj Mahal in India is one of the wonders of the world. There are thousands from all round the world come to visit this iconic place. But, the Taj Mahal will remain open during at night in the nearer future.

According to Lonely Planet , the Indian government has plan to remain the Taj Mahal open at night in the upcoming future.

A latest statement from India’s tourism and culture minister, Prahlad Singh Patel “We have been receiving a lot of requests to keep the monument open during the night hours,” said “We are dedicated to make this a reality.”

However, the decision to remain open the site is part of Incredible India’s long running successful campaign.

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There are also more plans underway to develop its modern infrastructure in-order-to deal with the night opening.

The Taj Mahal in India

The Taj Mahal in India (Image: Unsplash)

While, you are considering to visit the most iconic site. There are some of the most interesting facts you need to know about Taj Mahal.

It is one of the seven wonders of the world. The beautiful monument in Agra is build by Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan as a mausoleum to his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died during a child birth complication in 1631.

The name of the most beautiful monument in the is named after Mumtaz Mahal.

There were approximately 20,000 worked during day and night to build the most sophisticated architectural work during the Mughal era.

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The beautiful iconic site is one of the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Taj Mahal at the dusk

Taj Mahal at the dusk (Image: Pixabay)

There are currently 20,000 people visit the most iconic Taj Mahal on every-day. Sometimes, this figure can exceed more than 50,000.

However, tourism in India is booming over the past few decades. It is increasing very rapidly.

As, there are more people come to visit at the same time. The authorities will fine tourists for staying more than 3 hours at the iconic place.

This initiative will help the iconic site to become less overcrowding. Also, it will help to attract more visitors at the same time.

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