Monuments in Maharashtra have reopened for tourists

Monuments in Maharashtra have reopened for tourists

The monuments, which were closed for three weeks due to the rise in Covid 19 cases in Maharashtra, have now reopened. The famous Ajanta and Ellora elsewhere have reopened to the public. Tickets for these sites can now be purchased online, but visitors must be fully vaccinated against covi 19.

The monuments were closed earlier this year on January 8, but have now been reopened by the district administration.

As per the latest regulations, physical tickets are not available for tourists, however, there is no limit on the number of people who can visit the site. The caves of Aurangabad, Bibi Cemetery and Daulatabad Fort are still open.

Ajanta and Ellora caves are two important caves of the country. Both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and attract a large number of visitors every year. Ajanta has 30 rock-cut Buddhist monuments and the Ellora rock-cut Hindu temple cave complex is the largest you can ever visit. Monuments to Buddha and Zen can be found here.

The famous Kailash Temple located in the Ellora Caves is an ancient wonder. It is made of stone and has been fascinated by historians for centuries. These gems are now available to the public and can be used by visitors.

Daulatabad Fort is a historical fort built in 1600.

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