Visit of Taj will be expensive; entry fees are going to change with another rule


ANKUR DWIVEDI | Published On: Jan 13, 2018 03:09 PM IST |   182

New Delhi: To see the Taj Mahal, Indian tourists will have to loose their pockets more. The central government is going to increase the rate of entry fee of Taj Mahal for the Indian tourists by Rs 10. While there will be no increase in ticket rates for foreign tourists. Apart from this, the government is also in the process of issuing some new guidelines to ban unauthorized guides. According to sources, for the tour of Taj Mahal you will now have to get a ticket of 50 rupees.

The Rule for visiting Taj is going to change

Apart from entry fees, the big change that is going to for time spent in the premises of Taj. According to the information, you will not be able to spend the entire day in the Taj Mahal campus. Now you can roam just a few hours in the Taj Mahal. According to sources, the government is going to schedule maximum 3-4 hours in the Taj Mahal for Indian tourists. Not only this, if you get out of time in the Taj Mahal premises in a much longer time, you can also be fined.

Rule is being to change for this reason

It is being told that the government is preparing to bring a rule to prevent unauthorized guides. Actually, local unauthorized guides enter the Taj Mahal by taking a morning ticket and till late evening they try to persuade the tourists for different things. The government had received complaints that in the Taj premises, brokers used to pressure on tourists to book hotels and taxi around the house. To ban the brokers, the Ministry of Culture is preparing new guidelines on Taj Mahal.

Safety of tourists is important

Sources associated with the Ministry of Culture and ASI say that the rules of Taj Mahal are being changed in view of the security of tourists. The ticket rate of Taj is being increased so that the entry of unauthorized people can be reduced. The deadline is also being set to save tourists from the brokers.


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