Gifts from the Government of India to the public on NATIONAL World Heritage Day, free visit to historical places

Gifts from the Government of India to the public on NATIONAL World Heritage Day, free visit to historical places




                 New Delhi: World Heritage Day is celebrated on April 18 every year. World Heritage Day is celebrated to promote culture and civilization. On this day, a special announcement has been made by senior officials of the Union Ministry of Culture. Now you can visit these places for free on the day of 21 special occasions.




                        There are many such historical places in India which have special significance for their culture and art. Tickets no longer have to be purchased on 21 special occasions including Dussehra, Holi, Women's Day, Makar Sankrati at the ancient and historical monuments and archeological sites of national importance on the occasion of World Heritage Day.



                   The decision was taken with the objective of connecting the youth with the historical heritage of India



                   According to senior officials of the Union Ministry of Culture, no tickets for these 21 special occasions will be available at these monuments and sites under the Archaeological Survey of India, which means you can visit here for free. The central government has taken this decision with the objective of connecting the general public, especially the youth, with the Indian historical heritage. The government has issued an order not to buy tickets on special 21 occasions to visit this historic place till March 31, 2023. Its information has been sent to all the states and the Archaeological Survey of India.




This day can be visited for free



                    Festivals or special days celebrated in India include International Women's Day, World Heritage Day, World Heritage Week Celebration, Holi, Dussehra, Ganesh Utsav, Shivratri, Makar Sankrati, Sanchi Utsav, Akshay Navami and Udayagiri Parikartsma Festival, Rajmarani People will be able to visit ancient and historical monuments and archeological sites free of cost on days like Saptami Melo, Mahashivaratri, Kartik Purnima Melo, historic Shahjahan Urs Utsav of Agaro, Kailash Melo, Agra, Mukteshwar Dance Festival Bhubaneswar.



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Government orders not to buy tickets at historical places of the country, choose these days for free entertainment



Big decision of Government of India: You can visit historical places for free on 21 festivals including Holi, Dussehra



Tourists no longer have to pay for tickets while visiting historical places in the country.



                      The government has directed all the states and the Archaeological Survey of India not to take tickets on the special 21 occasions to visit the historic site till March 31, 2023.

In this regard, sources in the Union Ministry of Culture said that no tickets will be required for the 21 special festivals and you will be able to visit historical monuments and sites under the Indian Archaeological Department for free.




                 The festivals for which the government has declared ticket free include International Women's Day, World Heritage Day, World Heritage Week Celebration, Holi, Dussehra, Ganesh Utsav, Shivratri, Makar Sankrati, Sanchi Utsav, Akshay Navami and Udayagiri Parikartisma Festival, Dashmi Mela, Magh Saptami Melo, Mahashivaratri, Kartik Purnima Melo, historical Shahjahan Urs Utsav of Agaro, Kailash Mela, Agra, Mukteshwar Dance Festival Bhubaneswar etc. are included.

This way you will be able to visit the family for free during these days.



Tickets will no longer have to be purchased at the historical monument and archeological site on 21 special occasions including Dussehra, Holi, Women's Day, Makar Sankrati.



The government has issued an order not to buy tickets on special 21 occasions to visit this historic place till March 31, 2023. Its information has been sent to all the states and the Archaeological Survey of India.