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Agra Development Authority reduced ticket rates from Taj View Point
The sight of the seventh wonder of the world, the Taj Mahal, has become cheaper now. The Agra Development Authority has reduced the cost of tickets to see the Taj Mahal from the Taj View Point across the Yamuna. The department says that for the purpose of promoting Taj View Point, this system has been implemented from September 21.
Taj Mahal, the seventh wonder of the world, looks most beautiful from the Mahtab Bagh across the Yamuna. Earlier, during the ban on Taj Mahal night vision, the Agra Development Authority had made Taj View Point on Mehtab Bagh across Yamuna for night vision. From Taj View Point, Indian tourist had to pay 50 rupees for day and 100 rupees for night vision. The foreign tourist had to take a ticket of Rs 250.
Taj View Point tickets become cheaper
Due to less knowledge of tourists, people were coming here less for night vision. Due to this, the Agra Development Authority has reduced the ticket prices to promote the Taj View Point. Indian tourists will now have to pay Rs 15 from sunrise to 12 pm on normal days and Rs 50 on moonlit nights (two days before full moon and two days after) for 5 days from 6 pm to 12 pm.
Taj became cheaper in the night
Foreign tourists will have to pay Rs 50 per person from sunrise to 12 pm on normal days and Rs 200 per person on moonlit nights.
Night vision at Taj Mahal is expensive
Limited tourists in four slots of 50-50 people on five days of moonlit night get entry from inside the Taj Mahal and for this, Indian tourists with a photocopy of their ID have to spend 500 rupees and foreigners 2500 rupees. This view from Mehtabbagh Taj View Point can be seen on any day without advance booking.