Free entry to monuments for 10 days as part of 75th Independence Day celebrations
There is a huge announcement by the government that, all the historical monuments or Archeological sites/ protected monuments will be free for visitors from 5th to 15th on the occasion of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav as part of the celebration of 75th Independence Day. This amazing initiative was announced by the Union ministry of Culture.
ASI or Archaeological Survey of India said, there would be no entry fee for the visitors, whether it’s domestic or foreign visitors. All museums are also free for visitors. This order will apply to the Golconda fort and include Charminar in the city of Hyderabad and all the historical monuments across the country which are protected by the ASI. And over 3,500 monuments are protected by ASI across the country.
We know that Independence Day is coming on 15th August and the celebration has already begun across the country, every state, every city, village, town, and societies everyone has started the celebration of I-Day to make it memorable. Even the government is trying to engage people and be a part of this celebration in very different and unique ways. Previously, our Prime Minister urge the citizens of our country to use the Tricolor (National Flag) as their profile picture on social media from 2nd August- 15th August as part of the 75th Independence day.
Moreover, the initiative of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav was launched by the Prime Minister of our country 75 weeks before and will continue till 15th August 2023. The Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is a series of events to which were organized by the Government of India to celebrate the 75th Independence Day. The Amrit Mahotsav is being celebrated as a Jan-Utsav in the spirit of Jan-Bhagidari.
The initiative of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is well placed to set off India into the Amrit Kaal, on the road to India@2047. This campaign has mainly focused on the overarching role of culture and heritage in enabling a nation to remember the past, celebrate the present, and hope for a better future.