The activists performed aarti and "purified" the Taj Mahal with Ganga water.
A group of women, part of a right-wing organization, held "aarti"and sprinkled Gangajal (holy water) around the Taj Mahal on Saturday to protest against the offer of prayers by Muslims on a weekday.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has banned namaz in the mosque inside the Taj Mahal every day, except on Fridays when it is closed to the public. A notification appeared at the 17th century monument gate last week.
After namaz was offered on Wednesday, several Hindu organizations threatened to bid inside the Taj Mahal. Some women's wing activists in Rashtriya Bajrang Dal (RBD) criticized authorities for failing to stop those offering nazar.
They performed aarti, "purified" the monument with water from the Ganges and threatened to repeat the ritual if "others" continued to disregard the rules.
Meena Diwakar, district chairwoman of RBD's women's wing, told ANI news agency: "The authorities need to stop them first and then they can stop us."
"We introduce ourselves & # 39;bidIn our Tagus Mahal, we sprinkled the Gangajal to purify it. Some people made impure by offering namaz. They have Fridays for this purpose. That's why we made Aarti, "she said.
The authorities warned them against the puja, but the activists asked "why can not we bring puja material in when others can offer namaz there."
"We went there peacefully. If the authorities think we've done something wrong, we're ready to take action," Diwakar said.
The president of the RBD unit in Agra, Govind Parashar, demanded a full investigation into the security lapses and said he learned about the media reports' bid.
"They need to investigate how they entered the Taj Mahal with matchsticks and everything else? We'll also talk to them to understand why they entered the Taj Mahal facility without our permission," Parashar told ANI.
But he also added that such a situation would not have arisen if the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which is responsible for the safety of the Taj Mahal, had prevented them from taking action against those who disregarded the ASI guideline.
The original Supreme Court order allows local Muslims to offer afternoon prayers only on Fridays.
Muslim clerics say the ban violates their fundamental rights and wants to be able to enter daily for prayers.
Muslim cleric Mufti Mukarram said: "The decision of the ASI is wrong and unjustified." People have been peacefully offering namaz for a long time without any problems.
ASI officials say security agencies have been instructed to deal with order offenders..
(With agency supplies)