|Apply India Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|180 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Multiple Entry||5 Years||180 Days||3 - 5 Days||25.0USD|
|180 Days Visa||Business Visa||Multiple Entry||5 Years||180 Days||3 - 5 Days||25.0USD|
|3 Days Visa||Transit Visa||Single Entry||14 Days||3 Days||3 - 5 Days||25.0USD|
The second largest country in the world is also arguably one of the most diverse ones. The places you can visit here are limitless and India will make you want to keep coming back for more. Apart from one of the seven wonders of the world, Taj Mahal in Agra, visit Varanasi to feed your religious and spiritual soul and if royalty is what you want to experience, the state of Rajasthan will not disappoint you for a second. Though India is not thought of as a place to party, Goa's beaches and parties defy this notion and India's own "Paradise on earth" Kashmir is known not only for its pristine mountains but also for its extremely hospitable people. If you are a citizen of Maldives, Nepal or Bhutan, you do not need a visa to enter India if you are visiting it for less than 90 days. Others can apply for an e-visa, visa on arrival or get it beforehand from their nearest Indian embassy. Citizens of China and Japan can get a visa-on-arrival while citizens of around 166 countries can apply for an e-visa.
|Indian e-Visa facility is available for nationals of following countries/territories|
|Albania||Andorra||Angola||Anguilla||Antigua & Barbuda||Argentina|
|Barbados||Belgium||Belize||Bolivia||Bosnia & Herzegovina||Botswana|
|Brazil||Brunei||Bulgaria||Burundi||Cambodia||Cameroon Union Republic|
|Canada||Cape Verde||Cayman Island||Chile||China||China- SAR Hongkong|
|China- SAR Macau||Colombia||Comoros||Cook Islands||Costa Rica||Cote d'lvoire|
|Dominica||Dominican Republic||East Timor||Ecuador||El Salvador||Eritrea|
|Netherlands||New Zealand||Nicaragua||Niger Republic||Niue Island||Norway|
|Oman||Palau||Palestine||Panama||Papua New Guinea||Paraguay|
|Peru||Philippines||Poland||Portugal||Qatar||Republic of Korea|
|Republic of Macedonia||Romania||Russia||Rwanda||Saint Kitts and Nevis||Saint Lucia|
|Saint Vincent & the Grenadines||Samoa||San Marino||Senegal||Serbia||Seychelles|
|Sierra Leone||Singapore||Slovakia||Slovenia||Solomon Islands||South Africa|
|Taiwan||Tajikistan||Tanzania||Thailand||Tonga||Trinidad & Tobago|
|Turks & Caicos Island||Tuvalu||UAE||Uganda||Ukraine||United Kingdom|
|Uruguay||USA||Uzbekistan||Vanuatu||Vatican City-Holy See||Vietnam|
|Mostly Visited Countries to India.|
|India visa for Russia||India visa for Australia||India visa for Germany||India visa for United States||India visa for United Kingdom|
|India visa for Canada||India visa for Malaysia||India visa for Sri Lanka||India visa for France|
Those planning to visit India for a vacation or for meeting their friends and family need a tourist visa. For this, you will require an invitation from whoever you will be visiting or show your hotel bookings. Apart from this, your passport has to be valid for at least 6 months beyond your period of stay.
If you are going to India for a business meeting or for representing your company, you can apply for a business visa. The institute or organization you will be visiting during your period of stay has to send you an invitation letter stating the reason for your visit and its duration.
Persons transiting through India by the land/river to a third country will be issued transit visa subject to production of the ticket and valid visa for the third country.
Yes , there are three different types of e-visas for India and you need to select the one which corresponds to your need and situation.
The fees will depend on the passport of which country you are holding.
It will depend. India will require proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever.
The e-Visa is not available for Diplomatic/Official passport holders or Laissez-passer travel document holders. This also includes applicants holding an emergency/limited passport.
No. The e-visa can only be used at the following airports: Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar , Calicut, Chennai, Chandigarh, Cochin, Coimbatore, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Port Blair , Pune, Tiruchirapalli , Varanasi , Thiruvananthapuram and Visakhapatnam .
And 5 seaports:
Cochin, Goa, New Mangalore, Mumbai and Chennai
Many of them travel around the region while volunteering in India for extended periods on tourist visas. A person coming for voluntary work can apply for ‘Employment (E)’ Visa. Tourist visa is not the appropriate visa in such cases.
The gap of two months between two visits on a tourist visa will apply to nationals of Afghanistan, China, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan, foreigners of Pakistan origin and stateless persons.
No. All travelers who wish to apply online for their India visa need to have a valid passport document.
If you have a refugee travel document, then you need to contact the nearest Indian Consulate to apply.
E-Visa is applied and received online. You don’t need to submit a passport or any documents.
On the other hand, you need to contact to embassy of India in your country and submit all required documents to get India visa.
You also have to wait about weeks for having traditional visa instead of few days as e-visa.
No. The Indian e-visa is only available for a maximum of two times in calendar year (January to December).
Yes you can travel with your old passport (with Indian visa) and new valid passport as long as your visa and passport are both are valid.
It is optional to transfer your valid visa to a new passport.
The validity of an existing visa does not expire if you acquire a new passport (if the old passport has expired or is damaged), as long as your particulars and nationality have not changed. You, as the visa holder, can travel carrying your old passport with a valid Indian visa along with your new passport.
Spouse and children of a person of Indian origin (PIO) traveling to India to visit family or for tourist-related reasons have the option to apply for a tourist visa.
No. If you are B1/B2 visa holders then you cannot apply for the Indian visa from the USA. If you want to travel to India, then you need to apply for Indian visa from your home country.
Yes, you can apply for an Indian visa on your US passport.
Holders of a ‘blue book’ issued by the US government should select their nationality as ‘USA’ in living country.
No. If you are an Indian origin and surrendered your Indian passport and your spouse is of Pakistan origin then, neither your spouse nor your children can apply for an "Entry Visa".
Minor applicants whose parents hold an Indian passport can apply for entry visa. However, the parents need to submit a self-attested letter along with the visa application stating their reason for not holding any valid US visa.
It is advisable that you always travel with the type of visa that is most appropriate for your travel purpose. Immigration officials may deny your entry into India if the type of visa does not match the purpose of the visit.
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