New View Point for Tourists to See Taj Mahal Under Moonlight, India

The local government of Uttar Pradesh, state of India, opened an all-new view point of Taj Mahal which will enable the tourists to get a spectacular view of the iconic monument under the moonlight and during early morning hours.

State Minister Girraj Singh Dharmesh on Saturday inaugurated the Mehtab Bagh Taj viewpoint, which will allow tourists to view Taj Mahal at the cost of 20 Indian Rupees for three hours in the morning and three hours in the evening. This new point will be opened for tourists from morning 7 to 10 am and in evening 7 to 10 pm.

“The Taj viewpoint has been developed by the Agra Development Authority. I wish more such viewpoints are developed in Agra so that more foreign tourists can come here,” Dharmesh told media.

Tourists present on the day of the inauguration were happy to see Taj Mahal through a new viewpoint.

Earlier this month, the Agra District Administration had installed two air purifier machines at the gates of the Mughal era monument Taj Mahal to combat air pollution in the region.

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