Security doors on India ‘s most important travel destination are a popular tourist attraction and a major source of controversy.
The security doors at the Golden Temple in Agra are one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country, and they’re often used to protect tourists from criminals.
However, according to a report by the World Bank, the doors are frequently used for petty theft and burglaries.
Security doors are not new to India.
But this time, it seems that the authorities have decided to go a bit further and install the doors as security measures.
The Golden Temple’s security doors are built into the roof of the temple.
They’re attached to the ceiling by steel frames and have an automatic shutoff system that can be triggered remotely if the door is opened.
It’s an elaborate system that’s designed to deter thieves.
There are also numerous other security doors in the temple, and these have been around for centuries.
The temple’s custodians are also required to wear them.
According to a World Bank report, the temple’s security door was installed in November 2015.
But it wasn’t until January 2017 that the temple was reopened to visitors after an extended period of renovation.
This is when the security doors were placed in the new roof, according a report from CNN India.
In the new ceiling the security door is embedded, and the door automatically shuts off if it’s opened.
The doors were installed at the time that the Golden Gate Bridge was being repaired.
The new security door has been a popular attraction for tourists visiting the Golden Gates.
But as the construction of the Golden Temples continued, security doors became a source of debate.
The construction of Golden Templates began in 2020 and was due to be completed in 2021.
But in March of this year, the construction resumed and was completed in 2018.
The construction has been beset with delays and protests from people who say that the doors should be used as a security measure.
People have complained that the security cameras are too close to the security gates and the doors have become a major nuisance to visitors.
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities says that it’s not the first time that Golden Gate Gate security doors have been used for nefarious purposes.
In 2016, the Golden Ganges Gate was built to serve as a “security check point” in the Indian city of Ahmedabad.
The security gate was also connected to the Golden temple with a door.
In June, the New Delhi High Court upheld the ban on the use of Golden Gangs doors.
The temple has a large number of security cameras that monitor visitors.
But the Golden gates, which is in the middle of the Hindu calendar, are often used for concerts and other events.
In addition to the new security doors, the temples security cameras also monitor visitors from the side, which the temples says can prevent the use or misuse of the security measures, the ministry said.
In April, the security of the entire Golden Temple was temporarily suspended due to a “concern” over a “significant number of thefts.”
However, security is currently back on at the temple and visitors are free to enter the temple at will.