Taj Mahal

Heavy thunderstorm in Agra damages parts of Taj Mahal

Heavy thunderstorm in Agra damages parts of Taj Mahal

Parts of the Taj Mahal were damaged due to a heavy thunderstorm on May 29 night in Agra, UP. Taj Mahal's wooden gate, marble railing of the main mausoleum and red sandstone railings suffered damage, officials said. "Some trees were also uprooted on the premises. At least three people were killed due to the thunderstorm," said ASI Superintending Archaeologist Basant Kumar Swarnkar.

Sun, 31 May 2020 - 08:36 PM / by Masumi Shah

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