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FOREIGNERS TRAVEL GUIDE


Indian Embassy

The Role of Indian Embassies

The Indian Embassy building with a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the foreground. More...

Tourist Facilities

Facilities for International Tourists

The International Tourist Bureaus are situated at various significant cities all over India. More...

Airlines   Buses   Railways   Hotels   Eat Outs   Cabs

Foreigners Registration

Foreigners Regional Registration Offices

The Immigration tunes at the chief International Airports in India and the Foreigners' registration work.  Read  More...

FEMA

Foreign Exchange Management Act

FEMA was pioneered because the FERA did not fit in with post-liberalization policies. Read More...

VISAS

Prerequisites for Visa

Student Visa, Business Visa, Transit Visa, Collective Visa, Tourist Visa. Read  More...

Immigration Services

Immigration Services in India

Immigration About TLP/TLF

The Immigration services at the foremost International Airports in India and the Foreigners registration work  Read  More...

Non Govermental Organizations

Non Govermental Organizations

Non-governmental organizations, or NGOs, are officially comprised organizations created by normal or authorized persons that operates autonomously from any government.  Read  More...

Hospitals

Hospitals

Here you can find the finest hospitals in India for your treatment and well-being. Currently the medical industry is growing very quickly in India.  Read  More...

Baggage Rules

Baggage Rules

The tenure "Baggage" is cleared as "Baggage that embraces singlehanded baggage but does not incorporate motor vehicles".  Read  More...

Helpline Numbers

Helpline Numbers

Useful Hotline Numbers in India
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Emergency

Emergency

Many countries' public telephone networks have a single crisis telephone number,  More...

General Tips for Travellers

Health Tips

Going to India, you have to adapt to a new climate and new food.
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Etiquette

Any give or take of anything important should be done with the right hand only.  Read  More...

Religions and Rituals

In mosques, churches and temples it is obligatory to take off your shoes.  Read  More...

Communication Tips

The country code for India is 91. India is then divided into area codes, known locally as STD codes.  Read  More...

Natural Disasters and Climate

The rainy (or monsoon) season in western and south-western India extends from June to September.  Read  More...