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All visitors to India must possess a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond the length of their proposed stay. All foreigners require a visa to enter India. These can only be obtained in advance from the Indian High Commission, Embassy or Consulate in your country (details of which are given below) or a visa service agency. (India Nepal Travel will assist you for obtaining your visa for duration you travel; you can also contact your travel agent or directly collect information procedure for obtaining visa online. so please ensure that you apply for it in good time.

If you apply in person, it normally takes one or two days only but a postal application usually takes at least 10 days.) 

A 180 day tourist visa is valid from the date of issue (not entry) and cannot usually be extended within India. In event of traveling between India & Nepal back & forth, you should request for multiple visa. 

For Visa procedure and fees, contact Indian embassies listed below

For a full list of embassies & consulates around the world see

www.thokalath.com/embassy/index.php#all

www.indias.com/Government/Embassies.htm

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