Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb and a number of different centrally-protected monuments in Delhi have been reopened for guests on Monday after being shut for over three months because of the COVID-19 disaster, officers stated.
All tips, together with social distancing and sanitisation measures, can be adopted at these heritage websites. Carrying of masks can be necessary and nobody can be allowed to enter with out it, an official stated.
There are 173 monuments in Delhi protected below the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). It consists of three UNESCO World Heritage Websites — Pink Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar — and Safdarjung Tomb, Purana Quila, Tughlaqabad Fort and Firoz Shah Kotla.
“Delhi’s ASI-protected monuments have been reopened for the general public as per the instructions of the Tradition Ministry. Nevertheless, Pink Fort, which is closed each Monday on common days, will stay closed at this time,” the official stated.
Guests can ebook tickets in both of the 2 slots — forenoon slot, which begins within the morning and ends at midday; and afternoon slot from midday to six pm. In every slot, a most of 1,500 guests can be allowed, in line with the official.
On common days, the official stated, Pink Fort will get a median each day footfall within the vary of 8,000-12,000; Humayun’s Tomb will get 6,000-10,000 and Qutub Minar will get 8,000-10,000. Nevertheless, Humayun’s Tomb attracts extra overseas guests, they stated.
As many as 3,691 centrally-protected monuments and archaeological websites maintained by the ASI have been shut from March 17 because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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