Taj Mahal opened to the public in India

Historical monument opened following closure of nearly 6 months.

Baaghi TV reports that the Taj Mahal has been opened to the public in India.

The Taj Mahal was closed for tourism for 6 months due to Corona. 5,000 citizens will be allowed to visit the Taj Mahal daily. Tourists will be provided online tickets only.

Shahabuddin Muhammad alias Shah Jahan ruled India from 1628 to 1658. He was the fifth Mughal emperor who, in a show of love for his wife Mumtaz Mahal, built the great and magnificent building known worldwide as the Taj Mahal.

The reign of Shah Jahan is also called the Golden Age of the rise of the Mughal Empire. In 1658, Shah Jahan was deposed by his son.

Shah Jahan had a keen interest in architecture and during his reign many beautiful and monumental buildings were built which are still the center of attraction for tourists, the Taj Mahal is one of them.

According to the report, the implementation of Corona SOPs will be mandatory for tourists. It is believed that the spread of Corona virus is intensifying in India, the number of cases of Corona virus in India has reached close to 5.4 million Have been exceeded.

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