Agra has always been known as a tourist place. Apart from the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort, there are many such places in Agra which can be visited. There is a crowd of tourists here. Tourists from here and abroad come to see the Taj Mahal, but due to the Corona epidemic, the movement of people was completely stopped.
All were imprisoned in their homes. However, now the conditions have become much more common than before. In view of this, efforts are being made to start many activities in terms of tourism, one of them is the flower exhibition organized by the Horticulture Department of Agra itself.
A two-day flower exhibition was held at the Taj View Garden between the banks of the Yamuna River and the Taj Mahal in Agra through the Horticulture Department. A variety of flowers, vegetables and seeds were displayed in the exhibition held on 20-21 February and a large number of people were attracted through it.
Speaking to ANI, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Verma, Superintendent of Horticulture Department, Agra said, “This is a good place for the exhibition as people can enjoy both the Taj Mahal and the floral exhibition. Varma said that people have finally got the chance to come out of their homes to enjoy the exhibition after such a difficult time of Kovid-19.
A tourist, Ayush said, "There are lots of flowers, vegetables and seeds that can be bought here. It is a great place to spend time with family. " People arrived here in large numbers along with their families for the exhibition of flowers. This exhibition was largely successful in attracting people.
Another tourist Shikha Joshi said, "This colorful atmosphere combined with the breathtaking view of the Taj Mahal makes us feel fresh. It is a very beautiful place to rest after the Corona epidemic. " At the same time, another lady Anju said, "I feel happy because this place has the ability to attract people." Here, a wonderful time can be spent with family and friends. "
There was also a selfie gate and palanquin in the exhibition, which were made from flowers like dahlia, gerbera, marigold, rose, chrysanthemum, orchids, lilium, petunia and anthodium.