Knowledge of travel rules becomes very important especially when you are traveling to a big country such as India. Some of the essential things to be kept in mind are:
India Travel whether for tourism, business, studies or other purposes requires a valid passport and an entry visa. Visas can be obtained and issued from the Indian Embassies or Indian High Commissions abroad. One thing worth remembering is that the entry visas are not issued at the entry point. A passenger found guilty of traveling without an entry visa is detained and immediately deported.
One must go for an option of hiring a car with a good driver. It not only helps you get to the place you want to go safely but also caution you going against the places which are not safe.
For smooth traveling of passengers at the airport check in counters, 2 channels have been provided. One is green channel, meant for passengers not having any of the dutiable articles or unaccompanied baggage. On the contrary, for passengers with dutiable articles or unaccompanied baggage or high-value articles the red channel is there at service.
Foreigners or non resident Indians cannot bring with them Indian currency notes or coins of any denominations neither they are allowed to take out any Indian currency. Any money in the form of travelers' cheques, drafts, bills, cheques, etc., in convertible currencies that tourists wish to convert into Indian currency should be exchanged only throughauthorized moneychangers and banks.
The following duty free possessions are permissible: clothes and jewelry, camera and up to 5 roles of films, binoculars, a portable musical instrument, camping equipments, 200 cigarettes, 95 liters of liquor and gifts not exceeding a value of 600 Rs. Articles that exceed the duty-free allowance and articles imported as unaccompanied baggage can be cleared on payment of duty at the rate of 61.2% ad valorem.