🔮AS per the Customs Baggage Declaration Regulations, 2013,🔮
🍄passengers who come to India are required to declare their accompanied baggage in Form I appended to the regulation.
✳If you are bringing the items mentioned in the Form-I;
- Prohibited Articles
- Gold jewellery (over Free Allowance)
- Gold Bullion
- Meat and meat products/dairy products/fish/poultry products
- Seeds/plants/seeds/fruits/flowers/other planting material
- Satellite phone
- Indian currency exceeding Rs. 10,000/
- Foreign currency notes exceed US $ 5,000 or equivalent
- Aggregate value of foreign exchange including currency exceeds USD 10,000 or equivalent.
👉🏽The Form also mentions that you are allowed a duty free allowance of
Rs. 35,000 and
you can bring in 200 cigarettes or
50 cigars or
250 grams of tobacco.
☑As per the Baggage Rules amended on 11th July 2014:
the free baggage allowance is Rs. 45,000
duty free - 100 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 125 grams of tobacco.
👉🏽You can bring in
- Duty free goods, worth Rs. 45,000/-
- Indian rupees up to Rs. 25,000/-
- 100 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 125 grams of tobacco
- 2 litres of liquor
- One laptop computer
- Jewellery worth Rs. 100,000/50,000 depending upon whether you are a lady or gentleman and
- Flat Panel (LCD/LED/Plasma) Television is not allowed duty free.