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Taj Mahal to open from tomorrow. Check ticket booking and other restrictions

Historic Taj Mahal, among other Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) protected monuments, will reopen from tomorrow (Wednesday, June 16). “Entry will be allowed only via online tickets. No one will be allowed to enter without masks,” said ASI’s superintending archaeologist (Agra circle) Vasant Kumar Swarnkar.

Agra District Magistrate Prabhu N Singh said that no more than 650 people will be allowed inside Taj Mahal at given time. “Teams will be deputed to monitor the crowd at all times. People can only book 5 tickets via one phone number. Vaccination camp has been set up for the workers today,” Singh said.

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