Visit Taj Mahal during full Moon Night August 2021
Finally government decided to open Taj view of Taj Mahal after an year. In the month of August 2021, the Taj Mahal will be open for the night viewing from 21st August to 24th August 2021. It is open for four full moon nights. The tickets are booked 24 hours in advance. The visitor is required to fill up a detailed form along with the copy of their passport or Aadhar.
Altogether, 400 tourists are permitted per night for the visit. The tourists are divided into a batch of 50. There are only three batches keeping in mind the covid protocol. The timings for the night view commences from 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM according to the Indian Standard Time.
WHAT IS NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE TAJ MAHAL
There are certain things which are not permitted inside the Taj Mahal. Any electronic gadget apart from your camera and mobile phone, eatables, wires, any sharp article like swiss knife, nail cutter, no religious books except travel guide books, match box, lighter, cigarette, liquor, and any promotional material.
HOW TO CLICK PHOTOGRAPHS DURING NIGHT VIEWING
The night viewing is one of the most breath taking, life time experience. The Taj is not lit up by artificial lights. It is the moonlight that lit up the entire structure. The time duration per batch is only 30 minutes, so normal photography will not be possible. In order to capture the moment, first change your camera or mobile to night vision mode. And then click the photographs. Another thing is that you will not be able to take selfie.
The Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World which is considered as the most photogenic destinations of India. It is one of the most exquisite structures ever built by any emperor. It was constructed by the fifth Mughal emperor in the fond memory of his favorite wife Mumtaj Mahal. The Taj Mahal in terms of architecture, is one of the most symmetrical structures in the world, constructed using pure white marble and adorned with precious and semi precious stones. The construction started in 1631 and got completed in 1653 AD; 20,000 workers worked day and night together for 22 years.