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Gerry’s Visa Drop Box is providing visa handling services for Indian High Commission through its countrywide offices since July 2004. Applications are accepted from Pakistani nationals and other nationality holders. Applications can be submitted personally by the applicants or their representatives without any prior appointment. 
Visa fee

Please view the revised visa fees below, which is applicable from 1st April 2017.

Revised Visa Fees – India (Applicable from 1st April 2017)

https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/Registration

Applicants are advised to go through the following link for Visa Application Form.

https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/Registration

 

Oral Polio Vaccination Requirement for Travel to India:

Pakistani nationals resident in Pakistan and planning to travel to India after March 15, 2014, will be required to submit along with their visa applications a certificate of vaccination for one dose of Oral Polio Vaccination (OPV) received at least four weeks prior to departure to India. The vaccination certificate will be returned to the applicant along with the visa and should be carried at the time of travel. 

PROCESSING TIME:

Applicants are advised to apply minimum 30 days prior to their date of travel to allow complete processing of Visa Applications. 

The format of the vaccination certificate is the same as advised earlier and is available at the website of the High Commission of India: www.india.org.pk

https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/Registration 

 

The official name of the country is the Republic of India. Total area of the country is 3,287,263 km² (1,269,219 sq. mi). The Landscape includes Mountains, jungles, deserts, and beaches. The total population of 1324171354 (over 1.3 billion people). The capital of India is New Delhi. Hindi and English are the official languages of the country. The population includes 79.8% Hinduism, 14.2% Islam, 2.3% Christianity, 1.7% Sikhism, 0.7% Buddhism, 0.4% Jainism, 0.9% others.
Mostly three seasons: Summer, Rainy Season (or "Monsoon) prevail in India. Summer or pre-monsoon season from April to June (April to July in northwestern India). Temperatures average around 32–40 °C (90–104 °F). Monsoon or rainy season starts from July to September. Monsoon rains begin to recede from North India at the beginning of October. Winter stays from December to March. Temperatures average around 10–15 °C (50–59 °F) in the northwest whereas, around 20–25 °C (68–77 °F) in mainland India's southeast. Best time to travel is Between June and October.
Transport in India consists of transport by land, water, and air. Public transport remains the primary mode of transport for most Indian citizens, and India's public transport systems are among the most heavily used in the world.
Rich and multi-layered cultures are dominated by religious and spiritual themes. India's cultural heritage is expressed through its myriad of languages in which much great literature and poetry have been written. Classical (Carnatic and Hindustani) forms and modern Bollywood music. India also has a vast tradition of classical and folk dances. Art and theatre flourish amongst the bustling cities of the country, against the backdrop of the ever expanding western influences.
The region is a wheat growing land, therefore Indian bread (known as roti), including chapatti (unleavened bread), paratha (pan-fried layered roti), naan (made from refined wheat flour, and cooked in a clay tandoori oven), puri (deep-fried and puffed up bread), are consumed here. North India also has of a variety of snacks like samosa (vegetables encased in thin pastry of a triangular shape) and kachori (either vegetable or pulses encased in thin pastry). There is also a vast constellation of sweet desserts like jalebi (deep-fried pretzel with sugar syrup- shaped like a spiral), rasmalai (balls of curds soaked in condensed milk) and halwa. Dry fruits and nuts like almonds, cashews, and pistachio are used a lot, often in the desserts, but sometimes also in the main meal. The region is mostly rice-based including, sambhar (a thick vegetable and lentil chowder) with rice, rasam (a thin, peppery soup), or avial (mixed vegetables) with rice. Cuisine in India varies greatly from region to region. The region is a wheat growing land, therefore Indian bread (known as roti), including chapatti (unleavened bread), paratha (pan-fried layered roti), naan (made from refined wheat flour, and cooked in a clay tandoori oven), puri (deep-fried and puffed up bread), are consumed here. North India also has of a variety of snacks like samosa (vegetables encased in thin pastry of a triangular shape) and kachori (either vegetable or pulses encased in thin pastry).
Football, Hockey, and Cricket are the most played as well as popular sports in India. Indian Premier League (IPL) brought fast-paced, commercialized "Twenty20" cricket to the fore. About half-a-dozen Indian stadiums have a capacity of over 45,000 and watching a cricket match can be quite an experience. Eden Gardens cricket stadium in Kolkata is Asia's highest capacity stadium with over 90,000 seating capacity and is the oldest cricket stadium in the Indian Subcontinent.
Famous cities include Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Agra, Goa, Bengaluru, New Delhi, Manali – Himachal.

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