143 statue of the country will be expensive, ASI prepares to increase the fee
The country’s historic monuments are going to be expensive and expensive. Archaeological Survey of India has prepared to increase entry rates for 143 monuments of the country. New rates for tickets can be effective from March.
Just five months ago, an entrance ticket was extended to five World Heritage Sites of Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar and 9 Second Class monuments, but added another 123 monuments by increasing the list of second-class monuments. went.
Objections have been sought in this draft in 45 days, after which there will be tickets in all 143 monuments from March. There are 27 such monuments in which the first entry fee will be levied.
In the notification issued by the Ministry of Culture on July 30, 2018, entrance ticket for Indians in the five heritage including Taj, Fort, Sikri, Qutub Minar, with the first class of monument, has been increased from Rs 30 to Rs 40 and for 500 foreigners A ticket of Rs 600 was charged.
Among the second-class monuments, Rs 25 for foreigners from 15 to 15 and 300 for foreigners was stamped to 300 rupees. Only 9 monument groups were included in this list. In this way, notification for costing tickets of 14 monuments was issued.
Later, on September 19, a draft to include 20 monuments in first class and 96 monuments in second class was made. In the draft released on January 4, 123 monuments have been included in second class and objections have been sought in 45 days.
Since August, these monuments were extended
Tajmahal Memorial Group, Agra
Agra Fort Commemorative Group, Agra
Fatehpur Sikri Memorial Group,
Tomb Memorial Group of Agra Humayun, Delhi
Qutub Minar Memorial Group, Delhi
Akbar, Tomb of Mary, Agra
Eitadoula Tomb, Rambagh, Agra
Mahtab Bagh Monument, Agra
Jantar Mantar, Delhi
Khan A Khan, Delhi
Safdarjung Makbarra, Delhi
Old Fort, Delhi
Tughlaqabad Fort, Delhi
Ferozeshah Kotla, Delhi
Tickets for these monuments will take the first time
In the second class monuments, a statue of Lal Khan in the Varanasi of Uttar Pradesh and ancient Buddhist sites in Chakhandi Stupa, Piprah and Ganwaria in Siddhartha Nagar, Gupta Mandir in Lalitpur and a ticket at Barah Mandir, Deogarh.