I believe the issue is that you need to decide whether you want the DNS for your website served by Amazon Route 53 or Netlify. You have your name servers set to Netlify, but then you seem to have other DNS entries in Route 53. The easiest way to get this to work is to eliminate Route 53 from the DNS chain, and at your registrar, make your four entries to assign DNS chores to Netlify. Then for any other DNS entries you need to make (such as your Zoho e-mail servers), do those in Netlify.
Once your SOA and name servers both come back as Netlify, a lot of these issues will disappear.
Currently I have these:
MX to zoho, I use zoho mail client.
NS to netfly dns
SOA some aws urls, i do not much understand these. (sorry)
TXT again some zoho url - i added these for mail.
TXT again something for zoho
CNAME to taskoo.netfly.app
Can you please suggest what to do with each. Thank you so much for your support.
@anil.bhaskar Ah, OK. I didn’t know Route 53 also acted as a domain registrar.
The advice remains the same, though. You have to decide whether you want your DNS handled by Route 53 or Netlify. Currently, you have some entries that point to each of these.
To use Netlify DNS, you need to tell Route 53 to assign all DNS tasks (not the registration, just the DNS duties) to Netlify. Splitting your DNS entries in this way is never going to work.
Whichever service you choose for your DNS, all entries have to be made there, with the exception that if you choose Route 53, Netlify will have some DNS entries for internal use, but you won’t have to worry about them.