It is India’s 75th Independence Day. On that occasion ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ is celebrated across the country. As a part of which this announcement has been made by the Government of India.
Independence Day is just a few days away. Earlier, the central government of India had announced a special gift. All monuments and architecture in India are monitored and maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. There is no fee to enter them. The Center has informed that from August 5 to August 15 you can enter those monuments absolutely free.
It is India’s 75th Independence Day. On that occasion ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ is celebrated across the country. As a part of which this announcement has been made by the Government of India. Union Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy also tweeted this decision. Regulation of all monuments of archaeological survey across the country. Usually there are separate ticket prices for Indian and foreign tourists to enter these monuments. Free entry is available for all for these ten days. ie equal exemption for all Indian or foreign tourists.
Various architectures spread across the country:
There are more than 3600 monuments and structures spread across the country which are under the Archaeological Survey of India. These range from Qutb Miller to the Taj Mahal. India Gate to Red Fort. From the Victoria Memorial in Bengal is the Ballal Tila. Temples of Konark in Mahabalipuram, Ajanta-Ellora, Odisha from Bela Fort in Kerala. There are many other such monuments and architecture. Several steps are being taken by the Archaeological Survey of India in different circles. Many programs like cleanliness campaign have been prepared. Many programs are being prepared in ASI’s Agra Circle.
From North to South, East to West, India is full of ancient architecture and monuments. Which is the bearer of many ancient civilizations, kingdoms, cultures of India. The fusion of cultures and customs of different religions, castes, languages and ethnic groups is inextricably linked with the socio-history of India. These ancient architectures, monuments, statues symbolize this.