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Taj Mahal, Humayun’s Tomb And Other ASI-Protected Monuments Reopen For Tourists

All centrally protected monuments, natural heritage sites and museums reopened today after being shut for over two months due to the second Covid wave.

June 16, 2021

Visitors at Humayuns Tomb that reopened for public during unlocking process of COVID-19 lockdown, in New Delhi.

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Security personnel in civil dress with a sniffer dog patrol at the Red Fort as ASI-protected monuments and museums reopened during the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, in New Delhi.

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A man takes a selfie with his family at Taj Mahal that reopened after athorities eased some restrictions in the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, in Agra.

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Mahouts with their elephants wait for tourists at the historical Amer Fort, that reopened after authorities eased some restrictions in the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, in Jaipur.

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A security personnel stands guard at Taj Mahal that reopened after athorities eased some restrictions in the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, in Agra.

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A foreign tourist poses for a photo in front of the Taj Mahal that reopened after authorities eased some restrictions in the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, in Agra.

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Visitors at Humayun's Tomb that reopened for public during unlocking process of COVID-19 lockdown, in New Delhi.

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Visitors at Humayuns Tomb that reopened for public during unlocking process of COVID-19 lockdown, in New Delhi.

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Visitors at Qutub Minar that reopened for public during unlocking process of COVID-19 lockdown, in New Delhi.

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Visitors at Bada Imambara that reopened after some ease in Covid 19 lockdown, in Lucknow.

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