World Heritage Day is being celebrated all over the world today. We celebrate this day to preserve the golden history and construction of selected world heritage sites. On World Heritage Day, India has made a significant decision. A ticket will not be required on special occasions for visiting ancient historical monuments and archaeological sites of national importance.
Tickets will not have to be taken on 21 special occasions
Specifically, the central government took this decision so as to connect the common people, particularly the youth, with the Indian historical heritage. The tickets will not have to be taken on 21 special occasions including Dussehra, Holi, and Women’s Day. The order has been issued not to sell tickets on 21 occasions to visit these historical sites until 31st March 2023. Information has been sent to all the states and the Archaeological Survey of India.
Information was given by the Union Ministry of Culture
According to the Union Ministry of Culture, on the 21 special occasions, no tickets will be sold at these historical monuments and sites under the Archaeological Survey of India.
These days entry will be without a ticket
These include International Women’s Day, World Heritage Day, World Heritage Week Celebration, Holi, Dussehra, Ganesh Utsav, Shiva Jayanti, Makar Sanktrasati Fair, Sanchi Utsav, Akshaya Navami, and Udayagiri Pariktrasma Festival, Rajarani Music Festival, Samb Dashami Fair, Magha Saptami Fair, Mahashivratri. (Jhansi, Banda), Kartik Purnima Fair, Shahjahan Urs festival of Agra, Kailash Mela Agra, Mukteshwar Dance Festival Bhubaneshwar, etc.