How To Visit Taj Mahal From Delhi

By Train

Delhi to Agra 200 KM.
these are so many train every Hours from Delhi To Agra. Indian Railway Start 2 special train for Tourist who want to visit Taj Mahal on a Day trip from Delhi.
Shatabdi express. Arrive in Agra about 8:00 AM
Gatimaan express (Recommendation) Arrive in Agra bout 10:00 AM

By Car

Delhi to Agra is 200 KM, thru express highway drive will take Maximum 3 hours.
If you start from Delhi about 7:00 Am you will be here in Agra around 10:00 AM
List of prohibited items inside Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal Visit Duration: 2 Hours

Taj Mahal was built by fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his loving wife Mumtaj Mahal. Taj Mahal took 22 years to be complete, it was finished in 1653.

Visit One of the seven wonder of the world “TAJ MAHAL”. Sightseeing of Taj Mahal will take about 2 Hr

What else you can visit in Agra.
While you are in Agra your must visit

Agra Fort Built by Akbar

Agra Fort Duration: 1:30 Hours

Agra fort was built by third Mughal emperor Akbar who was the grand father of Shah Jahan. Akbar truly found Mughal dynasty in India, he win more then 18 battles. Agra fort was one of them, Infect this is the first site which become UNESCO World Heritage sites in Agra. Till Shah Jahan this for was used by Mughal for living purpose.

Itimad-ud-Daulah baby Taj Mahal

Tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah (Baby Taj Mahal) Duration: 1 hours

Often described as a “jewel box” the tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal. The mausoleum was commissioned by Nur Jahan, the wife of Jahangir, for her father Mirzā Ghiyās Beg, originally a Persian Amir in exile,ho had been given the title of I’timād-ud-Daulah (pillar of the state). Mirzā Ghiyās Beg was also the grandfather of Mumtāz Mahāl (originally named Arjumand Bano, daughter of Asaf Khan), the wife of the emperor Shah Jahan.

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Same day Agra Tour from Delhi by car
Taj Mahal sunrise Tour from Delhi by car

Have a wonderful Agra Visit.

Prohibited items inside Taj Mahal

Do’s and Don’t inside The Taj Mahal.

INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS VISITING TAJ MAHAL.

Water bottle is allowed inside the monument. Shoe covers, Half Liter water bottle Battery Bus & Golf Cart Service are provided free of cost with the SAARC, BIMSTEC & foreigner’s entry ticket for the Taj. Wheel Chair for Differently able People & First Aid Box is available at ASI Office at Taj Mahal.

Do’s:

  • Tourists must co-operate in keeping the monument neat & clean by using dustbins.
  • Tourists are advised to hire approved guides & photographers who exhibit their identity cards.
  • Taj Museum inside Taj Mahal Complex opens from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM, entry free.

Don’t:

  • Drone camera is strictly prohibited inside the Taj Mahal.
  • Eating and smoking is strictly prohibited inside Taj Mahal. Arms, ammunition, fire, smoking items, tobacco products, liquor, eatables (Toffees), head phones, knives, wire, mobile charger, electric goods (except camera), Tripods are also prohibited.
  • Mobile phones are to be kept switched off or on silent mode.
  • Please avoid carrying big bags and books inside the monument; this may increase your security check time.
  • Photography is prohibited inside the main mausoleum.
  • No Polluting vehicles are allowed within 500 meter Radius of Taj Mahal. Parking Facility is available at Shilpgram
  • Avoid touching & scratching the walls & surfaces of the monument as these are heritage sites and need special care.
  • Visitors are requested not to make noise inside the mausoleum.

Taj Mahal night viewing Do’s and Don’t:
Above mentioned list of prohibited items along with mobile phones are banned for night viewing of the Taj Mahal. Video camera, extra batteries are prohibited though still camera is permitted after the security check.

Do’s and Don’t
Taj Mahal sunrise visit

What is new ticket system in Taj Mahal?

If you are planning to visit Taj Mahal in Agra India, Then this news is important for you.

If you are planning to visit taj Mahal in Agra India, Then this news is important for you.

From 11 June 2019 Inside the Taj Mahal, ASI (Archeological survey of India) started new turn style gates with new token system. With this new system they will limit the Taj Mahal visit max 3 Hours.

If you want to spend more then 3 hours inside the Taj Mahal complex you have to pay extra for that.

This new rule was stated by ASI (Archeological survey of India) just to protect the Taj Mahal from too much crowd.

What is new ticket system in Taj Mahal?

They will know how much time you have spend inside the Taj Mahal.

  1. Inside the Taj Mahal they have stated turn style gates like metro stations etc. These gates installed at Taj Mahal east and West Gates. In the new system, when you enter inside Taj Mahal complex you have to touch your token to enter inside then your time starts when you exit you have to drop token inside the machine(turn style gate) that’s how they will calculate how much time you have spend inside the Taj Mahal complex.

 – If tourist spends more then 3 hours inside the Taj Mahal, then they have to pay same amount again at exit. This is same like buying new ticket to exit.

Different colors Token with the Taj Mahal ticket.

New facility to recharge Token of the Taj Mahal going to start near royal gate of Taj Mahal.

For foreign tourist they have Blue Token coin, Indian Gary and for tourist from SAARC and BIMSTEC countries Yellow token coin.

So keep that in your mind when you go to the Taj Mahal visit.

Happy Taj Mahal Visit.

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Taj Mahal Tour Packages

Taj Mahal minar repair work begins

Taj mahal repair start

ASI has undertaken the exercise after reports of damage and cracks in the stones and rusting of iron clamps.

Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has begun extensive repair work on one of the four minarets of the iconic 17th century monument of love, the Taj Mahal.

ASI chief in Agra, Vasant Swarnakar told that this was a “special exercise” and not a routine one. Soon scaffolding would soon be erected and the area fenced to keep visitors at a safe distance.

Officials said this repair work to replace damaged stones and fix lining in black stones that had peeled off was being undertaken after almost 90 years. Around two dozen marble slabs of the stairs would be replaced.

The dome of the main mausoleum will also be given mud pack treatment to contain “discolouration” and cleanse the yellow stains. This “beauty parlour treatment” is now a regular feature, to ensure the world heritage monument appeared sparkling white.

Meanwhile, the greenish patches on the white marble stones at the rear, towards Yamuna, have appeared again as bacterial colonies have developed in the highly polluted water of the river. Tiny insects identified as Goeldichironomus, feeding on pollutants, leave their poo on the surface, giving a green look, according to experts.

Best time to visit taj mahal

Agra has dry summers, mild winter, and moderate monsoons. It also has the best time to visit Agra would be in the transition between summer and winter. Generally, the months between October and March are considered as the tourist season with an average temperature of around 10 to 12 degrees Celsius. The heat of summer will have cooled off, and winter will be just around the corner, by mid-October. You can also visit Agra during the monsoon season, between August and October. The vision of a rain-drenched Taj Mahal is indeed a sight to behold.

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How To Reach Taj Mahal

How to Reach Agra Taj Mahal
By Flight:
Agra is well-connected with all the major cities in India like Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai and Cochin. The main airline company connecting these cities to Agra is Air India. There is no international airport in Agra, so tourists traveling to this city from abroad are advised to head to any of the major cities in India like Delhi or Mumbai and catch a flight to Agra from there. Airlines operating between Delhi/Mumbai and other cities like Dubai, London, Paris, New York, etc. include Jet Airways, Indigo, Emirates, Etihad Airways, British Airways, etc.

By Bus:
There are many national highways connecting Agra to other parts of India. There is also an expressway that originates in the city. The Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) and Idgah Bus Stand are two major bus terminals here. A few of the major bus operators connecting the major cities in India like Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur etc.

By Train:
Agra is easily accessible from all the major cities in the country, by train. There are many railway stations in Agra like the Agra Cantonment Railway Station, Agra Fort Railway Station, Agra City Railway Station, Idgah Railway Station etc. Various trains operate between Agra and cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai etc. http://www.agraguide.com/tour-package.html#how_to_reach_agra

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