One of the most happening tourist destinations for worldwide travelers, India is a magical land that reverberates with rich history, resplendent colors, magnificent monuments, heritage temples and cultural treasures. With such immense tourism potential, it is little wonder that the Indian government will actively promote tourism to India in every corner of the globe including countries like Brazil. The Embassy of India in Brazil issues tourist visa to India from Brazil. The Consulate General of India in Sao Paulo issues Indian visa to tourists residing in the five States of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Parana. Residents of rest of the Brazilian states need to apply to the Embassy of India in Brasilia for visa to enter India.
If you wish to visit India as a tourist, you can apply for and obtain Indian tourist visa at the Embassy and Consulate at the addresses mentioned below:
Embassy Of India
SHIS QL 08 Conjunto 08,
Casa 01, Lago Sul,
Brasília-DF - 71.620/285 - Brazil
Web : www.indianembassy.org.cn
The Consulate General of India in SaoPaulo
Avenida Paulista, 925 - 7º
andar - CEP:01311-100
São Paulo - SP -
You can obtain the visa application form from the abovementioned addresses directly in person or through post. Or you can download forms online.
To download the form online from the Consulate at Brasilia, please visit the link:
To download the form online from Consulate at Sao Paulo, please visit the link:
In order to obtain a tourist visa to India from Brazil, you must submit your application form along with valid passport, 3 passport size photographs, the requisite visa fee for the nationals of Brazil, and supporting documents where necessary. During visa processing, you may be asked to attend an interview. Tourist visas to India from Brazil are generally granted for a maximum of 3-6 months, and the visas are generally non-extendible and non-convertible.
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