A Chinese National becomes the first visitor.
The icon of love, Taj Mahal, has reopened on Monday amid strict guidelines.
India’s most visited tourist spot has gone without visitors when Covid-19 hit the nation severely six months back.
Surprisingly, a Chinese National Liang Chiacheng was the first one to visit the 7th wonder of the world at 5.39 am on Monday.After that, several visitors came to visit the monument suppressing the fear of Coronavirus.
On seeing the increasing number, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) decided to allow only 5,000 visitors per day.
According to the management, the visitors are allowed in two batches, from early morning to noon and 12:30 pm to sunset.E-tickets are introduced in place of physical tickets to restrain the spread of the virus.Wearing a mask, thermal scanning and sanitising of hands have been made mandatory for all the visitors.
Reportedly, Taj has 1,235 visitors along with 20 foreigners, which are below par compared to the 20,000-40,000 daily visitors in pre-COVID times.The world’s one of the beautiful places was closed on March 17 following the Centre’s decision of shutdown all the heritage monuments under Archaeological Survey of India.