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Important customs regulations for India when sending parcels

If you want to send parcels to India, you should first note that the shipment is a Customs declaration must be enclosed. In general, the customs regulations in India differentiate between travel goods, goods for removals and other import objects.

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You can import travel goods duty-free. These include Items of personal use such as clothes and shoes, jewelry or toiletries. Other devices for personal use such as cameras, laptops, radios, binoculars or camping equipment also fall into this category. According to the import regulations in India, travelers are also allowed to import up to 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco and, if they are over the age of 17, up to 0.95 liters of alcoholic beverages. You can also take gifts with a total value of up to 750 Indian rupees (approx. 10 euros) into the country.

For plants and food, the import regulations in India provide for a special import permit and a health certificate. Special provisions apply to removals. If you want to move your residence to India, you should contact the Indian consulate in order to obtain a duty exemption for various goods.

You will find the best option for your shipment in the Packlink shipping calculator. During the booking process, you will be provided with the documents you need for customs to India.

USEFUL INFORMATION ON CUSTOMS REGULATIONS IN INDIA