By the way, Taj Mahal is considered a sign of love all over the world. All over the world praise the beauty of this marble building. But the people of the five villages around this building do not consider it less than a curse. In fact, due to the increase in the security of the Taj Mahal, the problems of these villagers have increased a lot. As a result, neither the relatives are able to come to the house of the people living in these villages, nor the relationship comes for the youth of the village. Due to this, 40 percent of the youth of these villages have remained bachelor.
Difficulties increased since 1992
These villages cursed to curse the Taj Mahal are Garhi Bangus, Nagla Paima, Talfi Nagla, Ahmed Bukhari and Nagla Dhing, whose path passes beside the Taj Mahal. The trouble of these villagers increased from 1992 onwards. Then the Supreme Court took the Taj Mahal under its watch. As per the orders of the Supreme Court, the security of the Taj Mahal was beefed up. From the point of view of security, a person going to these villages needs to take a ‘pass’ from the administration. People of the village already have ‘pass’, but their relatives have to get a new pass made every time they come to the village.
Verification is done at check point
There are ‘Check Points’ on the way from the Taj Mahal to these villages. A relative who comes to his house, is called here. Only then are they allowed to enter the village. Relatives of these villagers are not able to reach in any auspicious program. Not only this, people are not able to reach here even for giving marriage cards and for the relationship of youth. Due to this, 40 to 45 percent of the youth of these villages have remained bachelor. After the Taj Mahal was taken under surveillance by the Supreme Court in 1992, the people of these villages had to pass through the Nagla Paima police check post near Dussehra Ghat to reach the city. Or you have to walk 10 km and go through Dhandupura. On the way to these villages, permission is given to run battery rickshaws daily for a short time in the morning and evening.
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Difficulty increases when a person from this village falls ill, a woman is pregnant. In such condition only government ambulance can reach here. Apart from this, these villagers have to remain imprisoned at home for security reasons during the five days of the month of night viewing of Taj Mahal. The situation of being imprisoned in homes would arise every now and then even when a VIP guest comes to see the Taj Mahal. For the past three decades, the people of these villages who are facing such situation are compelled to say, “I wish! This Taj Mahal-like building would not have been around us. Now the situation has also come that some people of these villages who are fed up with this problem have started migrating.