Indian Holidays

India means diversity in language, culture, landscape and many others. India, a land of cultural heritage embraces the abundance of mountain, is lulled by the oceans, adorned by the national sanctuaries and jungles; India is a wonderful land of surprises. Be it any season or any part of the country, India offers a vast array of destinations to visit and experiences to seek.

The Royal Rajasthan



Rajasthan the house of Royalty and land of Heritage is renowned in the world for great Hospitality and Warm welcome. Enjoy the royal camel safari in the deserts of Rajasthan where nature comes alive and the peacock dances to the rhythm of the rain.Enjoy the richness of the Pushkar and the royal palaces at Udaipur in Rajasthan, now transformed into luxurious heritage hotels.




The Taj Mahal



A visit to India's Golden Triangle is well worth the experience. It comprises the national capital New Delhi, Jaipur, which is known as the Pink City is one of the World Heritage Sites and Agra, site of Taj Mahal one of the eight wonders of the world and the epitome of love, a monument of immeasurable beauty. You can also visit the Holy Pilgrim destination of Golden Temple.




World renowned Beaches of Goa



If you love the roar of the sea, get dun-drenched in the mesmerizing sea beaches. Relish the beaches of Goa. The weather remains balmy and culminates into a season of romance and travel. Goa with architectural beauty of its churches, Portuguese culture and old houses makes you a fall in love with the place.






Kerala backwaters


Get a glimpse of the Kerala backwaters. The enchanting Kerala leads you through the quaint inlets and the serene. Fall in love with the palm-fringed backwaters on a secluded houseboat for lodging in the lakes of 'God's Own Country'. Beaches of Kovalam are the most seek out place for sea bathing and herbal massages .One can experience unique stays in wooden lodges high up on trees in the forests of Kerala which brings you so close to the nature that the only noise is that of the chirping of the birds, swaying of the trees and rustle of the grass.



Queen of Hill Stations: Darjeeling



Submerge in the spectacular treat in the middle of the exhilarating white and green of the mountains in Darjeeling. Lavishly enjoy the plush green and blinding white of the Kanchenjunga while you admire the peaks of Everest, Makalu and Lhotsa. If you are an adventure seeker, you have peaks to conquer and gorges to admire.




Cultural Capital of India: Banaras




The cultural and religious capital of India is the world’s oldest living City. It’s the heart of spiritualism, mysticism and Indian philosophy. Banaras city is the culture capital of India. Banars has became the center for fairs and festivals by virtue of their cultural and religious importance










Its time to Conquer the World’s Highest Mountain Range and Highest Peaks where the Earth meets the Sky. Lose yourself in the grandeur of the mountains and calm of the valleys. An amazing lull of the incessant drizzle





Requirements of M Visa (Medical Visa)

  • Medical Visa to India
  • Mentioned below are the conditions and procedures to apply for an Indian Medical Visa.
  • Conditions
  • A medical category visa may be issued with the following conditions:
  • A.) The Indian Mission/Posts abroad may scrutinize the medical documents very carefully and satisfy themselves about the bonfide purpose for which medical treatment visa is being required.
  • B.) Mission may satisfy that the applicant has sought preliminary medical advice from his country of origin/country of residence and the has been advise to go for specialized medical treatment. In case the foreign national desires to go for treatment under the Indian system of Medicines, his case may also be considered.
  • C.) This type of visa should be granted for seeking medical attendance only in reputed/recognized specialized hospitals/treatment centres in the country. Although non exhaustive, following illustrative list of ailments would be of primary consideration; serious aliments like neuro-surgery; ophthalmic disorders; heart related problems; renewal disorders; organ transplants; plastic surgery; joint replacement etc. The basic idea would be that the mission may satisfy about the need of the foreign national to come to India medical treatment/ health enhancements.
  • Validity if visa and extension of visa
  • The initial period for such a visa may be upto a period of one year or the period of treatment whichever less, which can be extended for a further period upto one year be the State Gourmet/ FRRO's supported by appropriate Medical documents. Such visa will be valid for maximum three entries during one year. State Gourmet/ FRROs may permit one additional entry in emergent situation if required.
  • Registration
  • Foreigners coming on 'M Visa' will be required to get themselves registered mandatory well within the period of 14 days of arrival with the concerned FRROs/FROs
  • Visa to attendant / Family members
  • Attendant/family members of the patient coming to India for medical treatment shall be granted miscellaneous visa co-terminus with the 'M visa' of the patient. Such visa may be granted the spouse/ children of those who’s have blood relations with patient. However, not more than two attendants may be allowed at a time for grant of miscellaneous visa. Such visa will be called 'MX Visa'. Such foreigners are also reputed too get themselves registered with the local FRROs/Fros well within 14 days from the dare of arrival.
  • Registration for Pak and Bangladeshi National
  • It may clarified that 'Medical Visa' will be available to all foreign nationals including China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka. However Registration formalities for Pakistani and Bangladeshi nationals will be as per the provisions contained in para 106 in respect of Bangladeshi national and para 118 of the visa manual in respect of Pakistani nationals. Similarly entry and departure of these foreign nationals will also be governed as per the existing policy in respect o these nationals.
  • These are the conditions and rules as mentioned in the document issued by the Gourmet of India. The original file may be viewed at this site. You can also download the pdf file here.