The only thing that can compare with the beauty of Taj Mahal is Taj Mahal in full moon light. View of this world famous white tomb on full moon night cannot describe in words. Magnificent or mesmerizing will be an underestimate to the glorifying white beauty of this tomb. On full moon night, Taj Mahal flaunts its white shine under the luster of soft moonlight. Watching the view of softly glowing white marbles from a distance is bliss to the eyes. Experiencing the full moon night inside the tomb is more splendid experience. Imagine the sheer beauty of this monument standing beside the river illuminating white moonlight.
Night viewing of Taj Mahal is closed on normal days of the month except the five days. These five days are the full moon night, two days before and after full moon night. These five days excludes Fridays and the entire Ramzan month. The night viewing is opened from 8.30 PM to 12.30 PM during these five days. To be a witness of this natural event, you will have to buy your night viewing ticket in one day advance. The tickets are available from the Office of Archeological Survey of India, Agra Circle, 22 The Mall, Agra. For Indian citizen, the ticket cost is Rs. 500 and foreign nationals it is Rs 750.
Only 400 visitors are allowed per night and these 400 people in 8 groups of 50 people. One group can stay for only for 30 minutes inside the tomb area. Visitors enter through the eastern gate of the monument. You can also enjoy this sheer beauty from outside as well. In the nearby area of Taj Mahal, there are plenty of hotels in Agraoffer rooms with the view of Taj Mahal. The charm of soaking your eyes into this beauty from hotel balcony or window is equally mesmerizing.
If you are going for the first time then make sure that your hotel room has a Taj Mahal view. There is a range of luxury and budget hotels you can find near Taj Mahal area. To get an assured room with a perfect view, book your accommodation with HotelBids. You can bid for your comfortable stay through the website and mobile app as well. For more information, browse today and pack your bags for next full moon night to Agra.
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