The bewitching beauty of India has always been the major reason for catching the eyeballs of people around the globe. And, the hassle-free online Indian visa application system has made much easier for over 160 countries’ nationals, including Germany, to get an India visa to visit its mesmerizing tourist destinations, receive medical treatment and invest in India for own business growth. Germans can avail full benefit from this system in which, they can apply for and receive an electronic Indian visa form on their provided email address.
Designated seaports and airports:
Nationals of Germany holding an India visa electronic form can enter India from the following designated entry points:
Airports: Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bag Dogra, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar, Calicut, Chennai, Chandigarh, Cochin, Coimbatore, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Port Blair, Pune, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum, Varanasi and Visakhapatnam.
Seaports: Cochin, Goa, Mangalore, Chennai and Mumbai.
Famous places to visit in India:
Some of the best tourist destinations in India for Germans are:
- The Taj Mahal (Agra, Uttar Pradesh)
- Jammu and Kashmir
- Andaman and Nicobar
Relations between India and Germany
Indians love to visit Germany for higher studies and witness its miraculously beautiful tourist destinations, and likewise, Germans love to visit India for tourism purposes and from slight to complete difference from each other in culture in every place leaves them amazed and in heavenly bliss.
Famous cuisines of India: Dal Makhni, Parathas, Prawns, Hyderabadi Biryani, Kachori Sabzi, Meen Curry, Kahwah, Tawa Chicken, Shahi Paneer, IdliMughlai food, Crab Xacuti, Rasmalai, Shimla Khatti Dal, Bengali Rasgulla, fish curry with rice, noodles, Rabri Jalebi and so on.
Temperament of Indians:
Religious, honest, warm-hearted, welcoming and helpful.
Things to remember when visiting India
- Don’t talk to the people without any ID proof of being from an officially- registered organization or agency.
- Never go to unlit or less crowded areas seeming unsafe.
- Don’t give money to monks or beggars without your wish; you’d better ignore and stay from them, as they can snatch your bag and wallet.
- Avoid eating oily and fried food, as it may lead to digestive issues.
- Don’t visit in summers if you can’t bear hot Indian summer.
- Always keep your valid Indian visa in your pocket or purse to show it when a government official asks you.
- Keep some cash with yourself because small shopkeepers and rural-people don’t accept online payments.
- Never kiss or hug your better half publicly or in family restaurants and wear modest clothes when visiting religious places.
- Take off shoes or sleepers before entering religious places.
- Stay in only reputed and registered places having a reliable record.