Photography Ban At Protected Monuments Lifted

#1 Jul 13th, 2018, 11:14
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The Archaeological Survey of India has issued orders to allow photography within the premises of centrally protected monuments, hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi questioned the logic behind the existing restrictions at an event.

Photography will be allowed in all of the monuments and archeological sites administered by the ASI, except the mausoleum at Taj Mahal, the Ajanta Caves and the Leh Palace, the order said.
Edit : No photography at Ajanta ?

Professional photographers, historians, and academicians were required to take permission from the ASI under a 2016 order and they stand to gain the most by today's order.

In 2016, the ASI made it mandatory for photographers to be licensed to operate commercially in protected monuments.

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