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Relief to tourists coming to Taj Mahal: Offline tickets started after four days, officials said- now the system will continue continuously

Relief to tourists coming to Taj Mahal: Offline tickets started after four days, officials said- now the system will continue continuously

Tourists visiting the Taj Mahal, one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, have got relief from today. The Archaeological Department has opened the ticket window by fixing the offline ticket server. Thousands of tourists have entered the Taj Mahal with offline tickets since morning. According to the information, the server of the offline ticket was going down at the Taj Mahal for the last few days. Last week, the server was down three times and three times this week. From Tuesday, the Archaeological Department had closed the ticket window till Friday to fix the server. During this time, tourists had to struggle a lot for ticket booking. The mobile network was very upset in booking tickets online. Lapke was selling tickets to tourists by collecting the price. After four days of hard work, the technical team has changed all the old wire of the server, Ur Server has completely correct. By ten o'clock in the morning, about 2 thousand tourists had entered the Taj Mahal by purchasing tickets from the offline window of Taj Mahal. According to the Superintendent of Department, RK Patel, if any technical problem is not revealed again, the offline ticket system will continue. 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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