Taj Mahal Visit For Bangladeshi Now 740 Indian Rupees
One of the attractions of tourism in India has increased the entry price of Taj Mahal. The tourism division of the country decided to reduce the crowd of tourists.
Earlier, Indian tourists would have had the opportunity to visit the Taj Mahal just by rupees 50. Now, 50 rupee tickets will be seen only around the Taj Mahal and the Jamuna river. And you will have to enter the main tomb of the Taj Mahal 250 rupees.
Besides, foreign tourists will have to enter the Taj Mahal and see a burial of Taka 1,300 Rupees. However, a ticket of 740 rupees for SAARC countries including Bangladesh will be applicable. Which was earlier Rs 540.
Taj Mahal’s new Visitation Fee has been implemented since 10 December 2018.
In 1983, the Taj Mahal was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. It is then called the ‘crown of Indian Muslim art and one of the world’s best-known celebrities of world heritage.’
Taj Mahal A royal tombs located in Agra, India. Mughal emperor Shahjahan built this wonderful mausoleum to commemorate his wife, Arjumand Banu Begum, who is known as Mumtaz Mahal.
Construction of the building started in 1632, which was completed in about 1653 CE.
Although there were many debates on the question of who made the monument design, it was clear that a group of artisans and artisans who had built a mausoleum who were with Ustad Ahmed Lahiri are in the forefront of being the main designer of this Mahal.
At present, there are 2 to 3 million tourists in the Place, of which 200,000 tourists are foreign, which is India’s most popular tourist center. Most tourists arrive in the cold season in October, November, and February. Air pollution vehicles are forbidden to come to the Taj Mahal.
Currently, the expenditure on Taj philosophy is only 40 rupees for Indians. For the tourists of SAARC, Taj’s entry value of 740 rupees And for the rest of the world it is 1300 rupees.
For the visit this from December 25, 2014, the online ticketing system for tourists has been allocated by OracleOlyOne Om India.